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Camille Berrriman trained on the Bury Free Press before stints on another newspaper and in PR. She now works as a reporter for the Bury Free Press and Suffolk News.

Skies buzzing as airfield hosts fly-in

21 September 2021
Skies buzzing as airfield hosts fly-in

Skies buzzing as airfield hosts fly-in

21 September 2021

Planes buzzed in the skies at the weekend as more than 100 visiting aircraft flew in for a fund-raising event.


Chefs lead winning team at barbecue competition

21 September 2021
Chefs lead winning team at barbecue competition

Chefs lead winning team at barbecue competition

21 September 2021

'Mighty Morphin Pork Arrangers' team victorious in London on Sunday.


Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

20 September 2021
Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

Plan to offer GP services at Mildenhall Hub shelved

20 September 2021

Decision taken after patient engagement exercise.


Village's green efforts celebrated

20 September 2021
Village's green efforts celebrated

Village's green efforts celebrated

20 September 2021

Week-long celebration of villagers' efforts to improve environment and tackle climate change.


Efforts of Green Hearts recognised

20 September 2021
Efforts of Green Hearts recognised

Efforts of Green Hearts recognised

20 September 2021

Planters on a housing estate feature some thriving new additions to mark efforts made by the community.


Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

20 September 2021
Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

Pumpkin spice and all things nice as patches prepare to open this Hallowe'en

20 September 2021

New and long-established pumpkin patches will welcome visitors from October 2.


Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

18 September 2021
Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

18 September 2021

There is no end in sight for patients caught up in the ‘worsening crisis’ in NHS dental care in parts of Suffolk.

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Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

15 September 2021
Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

15 September 2021

Senior district council officers could see their pay increase if the recommendations made in an independent review are rubber-stamped.


A changed world, but footage still shocks

11 September 2021
A changed world, but footage still shocks

A changed world, but footage still shocks

11 September 2021

Where were you when you heard about 9/11?


Volunteer appeal to help grow community hub

11 September 2021
Volunteer appeal to help grow community hub

Volunteer appeal to help grow community hub

11 September 2021

'What we really want is to be at the heart of the community, to be a community hub and became a useful resource.'


1,050km ultra challenge to arrive in town

10 September 2021
1,050km ultra challenge to arrive in town

1,050km ultra challenge to arrive in town

10 September 2021

'When one life is saved, one person on the end of the phone paid for, then every step, every kilometre, every ultra, they’ll all be worthwhile.'


Call for Government to decide fate of popular tourist resort

08 September 2021
Call for Government to decide fate of popular tourist resort

Call for Government to decide fate of popular tourist resort

08 September 2021

A council is calling on the Government to determine the fate of a £500million tourist resort by ruling on the future of a neighbouring landfill site.


Theatre hosts evening with cartoonist Matt

07 September 2021
Theatre hosts evening with cartoonist Matt

Theatre hosts evening with cartoonist Matt

07 September 2021

Daily Telegraph cartoonist to talk about his life and career at fund-raising event.


Council to consider call for action on lorries using residential roads

28 August 2021
Council to consider call for action on lorries using residential roads

Council to consider call for action on lorries using residential roads

28 August 2021

A councillor call for action to tackle HGVs using roads near residential areas will be considered next week.


Historic facade set for restoration and new windows

25 August 2021
Historic facade set for restoration and new windows

Historic facade set for restoration and new windows

25 August 2021

Restoration work and environmental improvements will be carried out as part of a major redevelopment project at a prominent site in the coming weeks.


Extra-care homes facility could be built in village if council approves plans

25 August 2021
Extra-care homes facility could be built in village if council approves plans

Extra-care homes facility could be built in village if council approves plans

25 August 2021

A proposed housing scheme could provide care for 'older people of modest means'.


Coroner raises concerns after inquest reveals 'neglect'

23 August 2021
Coroner raises concerns after inquest reveals 'neglect'

Coroner raises concerns after inquest reveals 'neglect'

23 August 2021

Concerns over staff inexperience, training and assessment of care needs have been raised by a coroner following the death of an 81-year-old man.


Comedian Michael McIntyre to perform to sell-out audience

23 August 2021
Comedian Michael McIntyre to perform to sell-out audience

Comedian Michael McIntyre to perform to sell-out audience

23 August 2021

The hottest tickets in town have sold out within an hour of going on sale.


Duo come to aid of injured motorcyclists after crashes

18 August 2021
Duo come to aid of injured motorcyclists after crashes

Duo come to aid of injured motorcyclists after crashes

18 August 2021

Airmen dashed to help motorcyclists after being among the first on scene at life-threatening accidents off-base.


Sunflower field attracts thousands in its first weeks

17 August 2021
Sunflower field attracts thousands in its first weeks

Sunflower field attracts thousands in its first weeks

17 August 2021

Standing tall and swaying gently in the breeze, thousands of sunflowers in full bloom are creating quite the stir in Suffolk this summer.