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Duvet teach that at evening classes?

12 June 2021
Duvet teach that at evening classes?

Duvet teach that at evening classes?

12 June 2021

Chris Morris wrestles with bed covers, modern art, and accidentally discovers what makes a historic town tick.


Double header of exhibitions brings art gallery back to life following year disrupted by Covid-19

11 June 2021
Double header of exhibitions brings art gallery back to life following year disrupted by Covid-19

Double header of exhibitions brings art gallery back to life following year disrupted by Covid-19

11 June 2021

The main exhibition previewed on Saturday and Sunday and is the gallery’s first exhibition of major work since lockdown began in March last year.


Hospital trust appoints interim medical director

11 June 2021
Hospital trust appoints interim medical director

Hospital trust appoints interim medical director

11 June 2021

A hospital trust has appointed an interim medical director who will take on the role for the next 12 months.


Hospital says 'sorry' after postmaster died following 'treatment and care issues'

10 June 2021
Hospital says 'sorry' after postmaster died following 'treatment and care issues'

Hospital says 'sorry' after postmaster died following 'treatment and care issues'

10 June 2021

A hospital has apologised for the care a patient received after being admitted following a fall.


Man left a series of heartbreaking notes to his family before taking his own life, inquest hears

10 June 2021
Man left a series of heartbreaking notes to his family before taking his own life, inquest hears

Man left a series of heartbreaking notes to his family before taking his own life, inquest hears

10 June 2021

A 23-year-old man wrote a series of heartbreaking messages to his family before taking his own life, an inquest heard today.


Bury Free Press Business Awards: The future's bright for those who make a difference

10 June 2021
Bury Free Press Business Awards: The future's bright for those who make a difference

Bury Free Press Business Awards: The future's bright for those who make a difference

10 June 2021

Our environment and apprentice awards are now open for nominations.


Service honours Normandy heroes

09 June 2021
Service honours Normandy heroes

Service honours Normandy heroes

09 June 2021

Veterans, serving personnel and civilians attended a remembrance service to honour those who took part in the Normandy landings.


Two walk-in Covid-19 vaccine centres open

09 June 2021
Two walk-in Covid-19 vaccine centres open

Two walk-in Covid-19 vaccine centres open

09 June 2021

Two walk-in vaccine centres will be opening in Suffolk over the next few days.


This is how an entrepreneur turned herself into a princess

08 June 2021
This is how an entrepreneur turned herself into a princess

This is how an entrepreneur turned herself into a princess

08 June 2021

An entrepreneur has found her way out of her lockdown lows - by turning herself into a princess.


Salon goes 'green': How your hair could help prevent oil slicks

07 June 2021
Salon goes 'green': How your hair could help prevent oil slicks

Salon goes 'green': How your hair could help prevent oil slicks

07 June 2021

A salon owner is doing his bit for the environment by joining a scheme to recycle waste including hair, bottles, gowns and tin foil.


Young artist describes 'pinch me moment' as art chosen for New York stock exchange

07 June 2021
Young artist describes 'pinch me moment' as art chosen for New York stock exchange

Young artist describes 'pinch me moment' as art chosen for New York stock exchange

07 June 2021

A young artist is to have her work displayed in Times Square after winning a global competition.


Award-winning fund-raiser appeals for help to sponsor ‘one last dog’

06 June 2021
Award-winning fund-raiser appeals for help to sponsor ‘one last dog’

Award-winning fund-raiser appeals for help to sponsor ‘one last dog’

06 June 2021

A fund-raiser is appealing for help to sponsor ‘one last guide dog’ after learning his cancer has returned.


Cyclists set to link 42 cathedrals with nationwide relay ride

04 June 2021
Cyclists set to link 42 cathedrals with nationwide relay ride

Cyclists set to link 42 cathedrals with nationwide relay ride

04 June 2021

Cyclists will be taking part in a nationwide relay ride linking every Church of England cathedral.


Baby boutique 'pops up' for trial run

04 June 2021
Baby boutique 'pops up' for trial run

Baby boutique 'pops up' for trial run

04 June 2021

A new pop-up shop has opened as owner tries out town for size.


Plan for eight homes in 'lovely rural village' thrown out unanimously

03 June 2021
Plan for eight homes in 'lovely rural village' thrown out unanimously

Plan for eight homes in 'lovely rural village' thrown out unanimously

03 June 2021

A plan to build eight new homes with garages in a small rural village has been thrown out.

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Bury Free Press Business Awards celebrate those who go that extra mile

03 June 2021
Bury Free Press Business Awards celebrate those who go that extra mile

Bury Free Press Business Awards celebrate those who go that extra mile

03 June 2021

Nominations are now open for those who go that extra mile for their company and community.


Car park with 136 spaces gets the go-ahead

03 June 2021
Car park with 136 spaces gets the go-ahead

Car park with 136 spaces gets the go-ahead

03 June 2021

A new car park has been given the green light subject to further talks over its full use.


'Why we dread summer': Residents fear small village will be overrun with 'tourists and troublemakers'

03 June 2021
'Why we dread summer': Residents fear small village will be overrun with 'tourists and troublemakers'

'Why we dread summer': Residents fear small village will be overrun with 'tourists and troublemakers'

03 June 2021

Worried residents are calling for reassurances their small village will not become a tourist hotspot for a third year running.


Accountants to hold presentations to help those in the property sector

31 May 2021
Accountants to hold presentations to help those in the property sector

Accountants to hold presentations to help those in the property sector

31 May 2021

A leading accounts firm is to hold a special series of virtual presentations to help all those in the property market.


Fear of returning to the office? 'I think it will more a case of S.O.S: Severe Office Shock'

30 May 2021
Fear of returning to the office? 'I think it will more a case of S.O.S: Severe Office Shock'

Fear of returning to the office? 'I think it will more a case of S.O.S: Severe Office Shock'

30 May 2021

Reporter Chris Morris wonders what it will be like returning to the office and leaving behind the fantastical Aquarium Cafe.