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All you need to know about Javelin's 30th birthday party

03 August 2019
All you need to know about Javelin's 30th birthday party

All you need to know about Javelin's 30th birthday party

03 August 2019

One of Bury St Edmunds’ most popular shops is celebrating 30 years in business by holding a fundraising fashion show.


Anger at memorial garden ‘party’ closure

25 August 2018
Anger at memorial garden ‘party’ closure

Anger at memorial garden ‘party’ closure

25 August 2018

‘It’s a memorial to 1,800 men – not a party ground’


Call for firms to fund reluctant reader project

25 August 2018
Call for firms to fund reluctant reader project

Call for firms to fund reluctant reader project

25 August 2018

A retired head teacher who wrote a book to encourage reluctant readers is seeking companies to sponsor copies for schools.


Plan to turn disused offices back to homes

24 August 2018
Plan to turn disused offices back to homes

Plan to turn disused offices back to homes

24 August 2018

Three run-down buildings in a main ‘gateway’ to Bury St Edmunds’ town centre may be returned to former glory.


New plan for a supermarket in Lakenheath

24 August 2018
New plan for a supermarket in Lakenheath

New plan for a supermarket in Lakenheath

24 August 2018

A plan to bring a supermarket to a derelict site in Lakenheath has been resurrected.


Glider pilot makes emergency landing near Cockfield

21 August 2018
Glider pilot makes emergency landing near Cockfield

Glider pilot makes emergency landing near Cockfield

21 August 2018

Police officers got a close-up look at a glider yesterday after the pilot had to make an emergency landing in a stubble field at Cockfield.


Lakenheath Fete pulls in its best crowd yet

20 August 2018
Lakenheath Fete pulls in its best crowd yet

Lakenheath Fete pulls in its best crowd yet

20 August 2018

From heraldry to whack-a-rat, the 2018 Lakenheath Fete was organised to appeal to all the family.


Bringing back Brecks' bounty

20 August 2018
Bringing back Brecks' bounty

Bringing back Brecks' bounty

20 August 2018

A Lottery-funded project has been launched restore and protect at-risk wildlife and habitats in the Brecks.


Peaks challenge message from Bury addicts' team

18 August 2018
Peaks challenge message from Bury addicts' team

Peaks challenge message from Bury addicts' team

18 August 2018

For a team calling themselves Peaky Blinders, taking on the Three Peaks Challenge is more than a fund raising effort.


Sporting Wishes fund raiser goes to Gareth Simpson's head

17 August 2018
Sporting Wishes fund raiser goes to Gareth Simpson's head

Sporting Wishes fund raiser goes to Gareth Simpson's head

17 August 2018

Bury Town player Gareth Simpson will be taking part in athletic fund raising activities this Sunday – but he will be going a step further than most.


Hot news for tomorrow's A-level students

15 August 2018
Hot news for tomorrow's A-level students

Hot news for tomorrow's A-level students

15 August 2018

A-Level students are being offered free food to help them celebrate (or commiserate) after getting their results tomorrow.


Union threat of action over increased Saturday working

15 August 2018
Union threat of action over increased Saturday working

Union threat of action over increased Saturday working

15 August 2018

The union Unite is threatening strike action in a dispute with an animal feed company over increases in weekend working for 18 drivers.


Updated: Man trapped under vehicle at Mundford

14 August 2018
Updated: Man trapped under vehicle at Mundford

Updated: Man trapped under vehicle at Mundford

14 August 2018

Emergency services have been called to a man trapped under a vehicle on the A1065 at Mundford roundabout.


'Gun' shock for officers called to dumped property

13 August 2018
'Gun' shock for officers called to dumped property

'Gun' shock for officers called to dumped property

13 August 2018

Police officers called to a pile of property found in Chalk Road, Brandon, yesterday were shocked to find what appeared to be a mortar and guns.


Updated: Air ambulance lands on A14 at Bury after crash

13 August 2018
Updated: Air ambulance lands on A14 at Bury after crash

Updated: Air ambulance lands on A14 at Bury after crash

13 August 2018

The A14 was closed this morning to allow the air ambulance to land following an accident in which a man was critically injured.


Queen guitarist backs Teigan's tribute concert

10 August 2018
Queen guitarist backs Teigan's tribute concert

Queen guitarist backs Teigan's tribute concert

10 August 2018

A family's village hall fund raising Queen tribute band concert has received backing from the original group's guitarist Brian May.


Public urged to stop abusing road workers taking breaks in heatwave

07 August 2018
Public urged to stop abusing road workers taking breaks in heatwave

Public urged to stop abusing road workers taking breaks in heatwave

07 August 2018

Suffolk Highways has today again appealed for people stop being abusive to workers taking breaks at roadworks.


Stowmarket youth charity's income hit by trailer thieves

07 August 2018
Stowmarket youth charity's income hit by trailer thieves

Stowmarket youth charity's income hit by trailer thieves

07 August 2018

Thieves have cost a youth charity at least £10,000 of income by stealing its brand new catering trailer.


New wards for Mid Suffolk and Babergh

07 August 2018
New wards for Mid Suffolk and Babergh

New wards for Mid Suffolk and Babergh

07 August 2018

The final proposals for electoral wards in Mid Suffolk and Babergh districts are published today by the Boundary Commission.


Rougham Airfield echoes to the sounds of the past

06 August 2018
Rougham Airfield echoes to the sounds of the past

Rougham Airfield echoes to the sounds of the past

06 August 2018

Echoes of the Past do not get much louder than an unsilenced Rolls-Royce Merlin engine being run up on a trailer.