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Sun and fun sees fete flourish

10 September 2021
Sun and fun sees fete flourish

Sun and fun sees fete flourish

10 September 2021

Village fete is a huge success as crowds turn out on sunny Saturday.


Fire engulfs workshop at Rosewood Stud

08 September 2021
Fire engulfs workshop at Rosewood Stud

Fire engulfs workshop at Rosewood Stud

08 September 2021

Fire crews are attending a blaze which has caused a partial roof collapse at Rosewood Stud workshop.


Families flock to village for a delightful day of festival fun

06 September 2021
Families flock to village for a delightful day of festival fun

Families flock to village for a delightful day of festival fun

06 September 2021

Families have been enjoying a fun filled day of activities at a village festival.


Tea shop takes money off bills in stand against parking charges

21 August 2021
Tea shop takes money off bills in stand against parking charges

Tea shop takes money off bills in stand against parking charges

21 August 2021

Customers at a Suffolk tea shop are getting money knocked off their bills as a gesture by the owner against an increase in car parking charges.


Visitors to sale trail find just what they bargained for

18 August 2021
Visitors to sale trail find just what they bargained for

Visitors to sale trail find just what they bargained for

18 August 2021

A charity sale trail has brought stalls and visitors together for a village fund-raiser that raised almost £500.


Thieves target catalytic converter

18 August 2021
Thieves target catalytic converter

Thieves target catalytic converter

18 August 2021

A car has been targeted in a catalytic converter theft incident early this morning.


Party time as Palace House hits 350 years

18 August 2021
Party time as Palace House hits 350 years

Party time as Palace House hits 350 years

18 August 2021

Guests at Palace House have been treated to a fun-filled day to mark 350 years since the museum opened.


Lodge and Lion refurb part of latest development plans

18 August 2021
Lodge and Lion refurb part of latest development plans

Lodge and Lion refurb part of latest development plans

18 August 2021

Queensbury Lodge and the White Lion are to be refurbished if the 123-home plans are approved, after spending decades in a state of disrepair.


Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

16 August 2021
Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

Tapping along with club’s charitable beat

16 August 2021

A local rotary club has raised more than £7,000 for charitable causes with its music and ale festival.


Debut novel from former horse trainer

14 August 2021
Debut novel from former horse trainer

Debut novel from former horse trainer

14 August 2021

Former racehorse trainer and chief executive of the Thoroughbred Breeders Association Gavin Pritchard-Gordon has released his debut novel.


New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

14 August 2021
New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

New farm shop proving popular after market stall success

14 August 2021

A farm shop has been welcoming in a bumper crop of customers since opening, as it builds on the success of a market stall.


Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

12 August 2021
Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

Pupils celebrate on GCSE results day

12 August 2021

Pupils excitedly ripped open envelopes as they clamoured to learn their GCSE results at the end of a turbulent year.


National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

11 August 2021
National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

National Stud’s Paddy Meehan dies aged 56

11 August 2021

National Stud's former head stallion man and renowned horseman Paddy Meehan has died at the age of 56.


Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

11 August 2021
Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

Memorial garden hosts family day of artistic activities

11 August 2021

Art and fun were the order of the day at the memorial gardens on Thursday.


Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

11 August 2021
Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

Sensory garden opens thanks to £1,500 bursary donation

11 August 2021

A school has opened a new sensory garden thanks to a grant from a house building business


Dig uncovers bronze age skeletons

10 August 2021
Dig uncovers bronze age skeletons

Dig uncovers bronze age skeletons

10 August 2021

Skeletons dating back thousands of years and assorted artefacts unearthed during archaeological dig.


Strike action and policy review as taxi drivers challenge council

10 August 2021
Strike action and policy review as taxi drivers challenge council

Strike action and policy review as taxi drivers challenge council

10 August 2021

Taxi drivers announce strike action and demonstration amid policy review by West Suffolk Council.


Police given more time to question man after woman's death

09 August 2021
Police given more time to question man after woman's death

Police given more time to question man after woman's death

09 August 2021

Detectives have been given an extra 30 hours to question a man about the death of a woman on Saturday night.


Hopes to fund karts to show autistic children the joys of motorsports

09 August 2021
Hopes to fund karts to show autistic children the joys of motorsports

Hopes to fund karts to show autistic children the joys of motorsports

09 August 2021

A father, who has supported his autistic son’s rise through the ranks of a karting league, has founded a charity to help less privileged children.


Men arrested on suspicion of murder after woman's death

08 August 2021
Men arrested on suspicion of murder after woman's death

Men arrested on suspicion of murder after woman's death

08 August 2021

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after an incident last night in which a woman died.