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Opening of new Mildenhall gym marks first step toward community hub plans

12 March 2015
Opening of new Mildenhall gym marks first step toward community hub plans

Opening of new Mildenhall gym marks first step toward community hub plans

12 March 2015

The first step in plans for a groundbreaking community hub in Mildenhall reached completion this week with the official opening of the town’s new gym.


Lynx could be released into Thetford Forest

09 March 2015
Lynx could be released into Thetford Forest

Lynx could be released into Thetford Forest

09 March 2015

Lynx could be released into Thetford Forest in a conservation charity’s ambitious plans for ‘rewilding’ the country.


Religious sect’s proposal for Breckland free school not approved by Government

09 March 2015
Religious sect’s proposal for Breckland free school not approved by Government

Religious sect’s proposal for Breckland free school not approved by Government

09 March 2015

A Christian sect hoping to open a free school in Breckland has not received approval from the Government.


New boss at West Suffolk Hospital says ‘no’ to privatising services

08 March 2015
New boss at West Suffolk Hospital says ‘no’ to privatising services

New boss at West Suffolk Hospital says ‘no’ to privatising services

08 March 2015

The new chief executive of West Suffolk Hospital has categorically ruled out further privatisation of its services in his quest to give the area an ‘outstanding hospital’.


Criticism for religious group hoping to open Breckland free school

07 March 2015
Criticism for religious group hoping to open Breckland free school

Criticism for religious group hoping to open Breckland free school

07 March 2015

A traditionalist Christian sect applying to open a free school in Breckland has been blasted by a humanist organisation.


Holiday park bosses reveal ‘big project’ at Elveden Forest site

07 March 2015
Holiday park bosses reveal ‘big project’ at Elveden Forest site

Holiday park bosses reveal ‘big project’ at Elveden Forest site

07 March 2015

Center Parcs has revealed plans for an ‘exciting new project’ at its Elveden site, which could involve a total redevelopment.


Red Lodge primary school aiming for ‘rapid’ improvements

07 March 2015
Red Lodge primary school aiming for ‘rapid’ improvements

Red Lodge primary school aiming for ‘rapid’ improvements

07 March 2015

Bosses at a struggling West Suffolk primary school say it is going in the ‘right direction’ for the removal of special measures, while vowing to focus on ‘achieving improvements as soon as possible’.


Mildenhall father making marathon effort for son’s heroes

06 March 2015
Mildenhall father making marathon effort for son’s heroes

Mildenhall father making marathon effort for son’s heroes

06 March 2015

A Mildenhall father whose son was saved by paramedics following a serious head injury is giving back to the charity which helped him - lacing up his running shoes for a sponsored half marathon.


Thetford’s new bus interchange is driving town’s regeneration forward

05 March 2015
Thetford’s new bus interchange is driving town’s regeneration forward

Thetford’s new bus interchange is driving town’s regeneration forward

05 March 2015

Council bosses in Thetford are continuing to drive the town’s regeneration forward after the official opening of a new bus interchange this week.


Principal of Thetford primary academy leaves post

03 March 2015
Principal of Thetford primary academy leaves post

Principal of Thetford primary academy leaves post

03 March 2015

The principal of a primary academy in Thetford has left her post, its sponsor has announced.


RAF Mildenhall’s closure will not affect demand on housing market, experts say

03 March 2015
RAF Mildenhall’s closure will not affect demand on housing market, experts say

RAF Mildenhall’s closure will not affect demand on housing market, experts say

03 March 2015

Housing professionals expect a strong demand on the property market in Forest Heath to continue after the closure of RAF Mildenhall.


New group offering support to Red Lodge parents

03 March 2015
New group offering support to Red Lodge parents

New group offering support to Red Lodge parents

03 March 2015

A group offering support and a social environment to parents with young children in Red Lodge is starting up later this month, after receiving financial backing from councillors.


New play area for Brandon’s youngest residents

01 March 2015
New play area for Brandon’s youngest residents

New play area for Brandon’s youngest residents

01 March 2015

Brandon’s smallest residents now have a safer place to play after a town councillor helped to fund a new £8,000 toddlers’ play area.


Mildenhall man celebrates birthday with family reunion in Belgium

28 February 2015
Mildenhall man celebrates birthday with family reunion in Belgium

Mildenhall man celebrates birthday with family reunion in Belgium

28 February 2015

A Mildenhall man celebrated his 40th birthday last weekend with a family reunion - with a relative who died 70 years ago in Belgium.


Proposals for Mildenhall’s ‘neglected’ and ‘chaotic’ roads

28 February 2015
Proposals for Mildenhall’s ‘neglected’ and ‘chaotic’ roads

Proposals for Mildenhall’s ‘neglected’ and ‘chaotic’ roads

28 February 2015

A Mildenhall councillor has said the town’s traffic problems have been ‘neglected for far too long’ as an action group finalises improvement plans to present to the county council.


East Anglian mental health trust in special measures as figures reveal £9m cost of staff changes

28 February 2015
East Anglian mental health trust in special measures as figures reveal £9m cost of staff changes

East Anglian mental health trust in special measures as figures reveal £9m cost of staff changes

28 February 2015

An under-fire mental health trust operating in Norfolk and Suffolk has become ‘the first of its kind’ to be placed in special measures following a report from watchdogs.


Councils vow to tackle homelessness in West Suffolk as accounts reveal temporary accommodation costs of £45,000

27 February 2015
Councils vow to tackle homelessness in West Suffolk as accounts reveal temporary accommodation costs of £45,000

Councils vow to tackle homelessness in West Suffolk as accounts reveal temporary accommodation costs of £45,000

27 February 2015

Council bosses have approved a plan to tackle homelessness in West Suffolk as figures reveal the cost of housing those facing it fell this winter.


FEATURE: Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal is still fabulous at 50

22 February 2015
FEATURE: Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal is still fabulous at 50

FEATURE: Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal is still fabulous at 50

22 February 2015

Turning 50 can be a troublesome time, as advancing years cause contemplation, but the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is viewing this anniversary with enthusiasm.


Thetford author’s book shares secrets of Elveden’s military past

22 February 2015
Thetford author’s book shares secrets of Elveden’s military past

Thetford author’s book shares secrets of Elveden’s military past

22 February 2015

Elveden’s secret military history and its crucial part in the development of the tank has been laid bare in a book by a local author.


New business is blossoming for Thetford florist

21 February 2015
New business is blossoming for Thetford florist

New business is blossoming for Thetford florist

21 February 2015

A military wife who gained self-confidence through a university course is celebrating the successful opening of her own business in Thetford.