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You hold the key to change as town anti-idling campaign is launched

17 June 2021
You hold the key to change as town anti-idling campaign is launched

You hold the key to change as town anti-idling campaign is launched

17 June 2021

This is all about education, says the group behind an anti-idling campaign, launched to tie in with the national Clean Air Day today.


In great Company for musical hit

16 June 2021
In great Company for musical hit

In great Company for musical hit

16 June 2021

REVIEW: Company, Irving Stage Company, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, until Saturday.


Blooming lovely! Town at its best as baskets are hung

16 June 2021
Blooming lovely! Town at its best as baskets are hung

Blooming lovely! Town at its best as baskets are hung

16 June 2021

A town centre is bursting with colour as hanging baskets and planters bloom.


It's ready, set, grow for children

15 June 2021
It's ready, set, grow for children

It's ready, set, grow for children

15 June 2021

Pre-schoolers have been getting hands-on gardening experience.


Opportunity to see treasures and rare volumes on new tours

15 June 2021
Opportunity to see treasures and rare volumes on new tours

Opportunity to see treasures and rare volumes on new tours

15 June 2021

Exclusive tours of ancient library and treasury launched to mark Suffolk Day on Monday.


Gardens are set to open for hospice

15 June 2021
Gardens are set to open for hospice

Gardens are set to open for hospice

15 June 2021

Some of the region's best gardens will be on show this summer to raise funds for St Nicholas Hospice Care.


'Magical' moment as pair meet

15 June 2021
'Magical' moment as pair meet

'Magical' moment as pair meet

15 June 2021

A care home resident has met her great granddaughter for the first time as lockdown restrictions start to ease.


Family 'over the moon' thanks to picture of long lost father

15 June 2021
Family 'over the moon' thanks to picture of long lost father

Family 'over the moon' thanks to picture of long lost father

15 June 2021

A grandmother finally has a photograph of her long lost father, following a Suffolk News appeal.


Call for communication as parking review continues

11 June 2021
Call for communication as parking review continues

Call for communication as parking review continues

11 June 2021

Town centre residents hoping for improvements to on-street parking fear they are being kept in the dark about a review currently under way.


Last ditch attempt to resolve estate’s HGVs problem

10 June 2021
Last ditch attempt to resolve estate’s HGVs problem

Last ditch attempt to resolve estate’s HGVs problem

10 June 2021

A councillor has high hopes a long-running HGV problem could be addressed.


New facility offers support for homeless

08 June 2021
New facility offers support for homeless

New facility offers support for homeless

08 June 2021

A new homeless support service offering accommodation and healthcare for vulnerable adults who had been rough sleeping has opened.


'Difficult decision' taken to postpone music event again

08 June 2021
'Difficult decision' taken to postpone music event again

'Difficult decision' taken to postpone music event again

08 June 2021

A two-day family music festival has been postponed until 2022 after organisers feared covid restrictions could scupper the event at the last minute.


The workshop where confidence is learned alongside carpentry skills

07 June 2021
The workshop where confidence is learned alongside carpentry skills

The workshop where confidence is learned alongside carpentry skills

07 June 2021

Furlough inspired Keith Colley to 'do something' for disadvantaged youngsters.


'It would be a dream come true': 82-year-old woman's search for photograph of her long-lost father

05 June 2021
'It would be a dream come true': 82-year-old woman's search for photograph of her long-lost father

'It would be a dream come true': 82-year-old woman's search for photograph of her long-lost father

05 June 2021

A family is searching for a photograph of a long-lost family member after unlocking some of their family tree secrets during the global pandemic.


Modern art bags made by crafty tots

05 June 2021
Modern art bags made by crafty tots

Modern art bags made by crafty tots

05 June 2021

Children create vibrant graffiti art bags at art workshops.


Cars are the stars on village green

04 June 2021
Cars are the stars on village green

Cars are the stars on village green

04 June 2021

Thousands of people flocked to see stunning cars and bikes during one of the county’s first post-lockdown events on Sunday.


Five students gain jobs through month-long event

02 June 2021
Five students gain jobs through month-long event

Five students gain jobs through month-long event

02 June 2021

A month-long focus on careers culminated in a celebratory finale at a college this week.


Man living with traumatic brain injury takes on virtual John O'Groats to Land's End cycle to give back to charity

01 June 2021
Man living with traumatic brain injury takes on virtual John O'Groats to Land's End cycle to give back to charity

Man living with traumatic brain injury takes on virtual John O'Groats to Land's End cycle to give back to charity

01 June 2021

A man is battling the effects of a traumatic brain injury to raise funds for an organisation which has transformed his life.


Dance school prepares to move to new studios

29 May 2021
Dance school prepares to move to new studios

Dance school prepares to move to new studios

29 May 2021

A long-established dance school is poised to move to new premises for the autumn term.


Reassurance over ‘Fukushima Fen’ anonymous scare

29 May 2021
Reassurance over ‘Fukushima Fen’ anonymous scare

Reassurance over ‘Fukushima Fen’ anonymous scare

29 May 2021

Villagers have been reassured after an anonymous leaflet was distributed.