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Bury's 'Mr Royal British Legion' remembered

03 August 2018
Bury's 'Mr Royal British Legion' remembered

Bury's 'Mr Royal British Legion' remembered

03 August 2018

A service was held last week to remember the life of Ron Day who was ‘Mr Royal British Legion’ in Bury St Edmunds for more than 50 years.


Friends get ready to Cycle for Soph all the way from Bristol

03 August 2018
Friends get ready to Cycle for Soph all the way from Bristol

Friends get ready to Cycle for Soph all the way from Bristol

03 August 2018

A group of friends will mark the anniversary of Sophie Claydon's death by remaking a trip she often made from Bristol to Bury St Edmunds.


Colin swims to raise money for charity that changed his life

03 August 2018
Colin swims to raise money for charity that changed his life

Colin swims to raise money for charity that changed his life

03 August 2018

Finding out about the amputee charity Steel Bones changed Colin Phelps' life and now he wants to give something back.


On parade to mark 259 years of service

30 July 2018
On parade to mark 259 years of service

On parade to mark 259 years of service

30 July 2018

Wearing red and yellow roses, veterans of the Suffolk Regiment returned to Gibraltar Barracks on Sunday for the annual Minden Day Parade.


It's blooming hot work keeping Bury floral

28 July 2018
It's blooming hot work keeping Bury floral

It's blooming hot work keeping Bury floral

28 July 2018

Parks staff have been battling the heatwave to give Bury St Edmunds a fighting chance of retaining its floral town status.


Vandals destroy avenue of trees in Bury park

27 July 2018
Vandals destroy avenue of trees in Bury park

Vandals destroy avenue of trees in Bury park

27 July 2018

Vandals have destroyed a row of 15 trees in a popular Bury St Edmunds park.


Angling society hooks USAF help

25 July 2018
Angling society hooks USAF help

Angling society hooks USAF help

25 July 2018

When the Lark Angling and Preservation Society decided to replace aging fishing platforms, they needed extra muscle.


Updated: 17 fire crews at Elveden crop fire

25 July 2018
Updated: 17 fire crews at Elveden crop fire

Updated: 17 fire crews at Elveden crop fire

25 July 2018

Fire crews from as far as Wymondham and Woodbridge are fighting a fire in the open near Elveden.


Woman treated for burns after car leaves road at Cockfield crop fire

25 July 2018
Woman treated for burns after car leaves road at Cockfield crop fire

Woman treated for burns after car leaves road at Cockfield crop fire

25 July 2018

A woman was treated for burns after her car left the road near a crop fire yesterday.


20 fire crews fight two large crop fires

24 July 2018
20 fire crews fight two large crop fires

20 fire crews fight two large crop fires

24 July 2018

More than 20 fire appliances have been in action this afternoon at two simultaneous crop fires on opposite sides of Bury St Edmunds.


Bag snatch may have led to house burglary

24 July 2018
Bag snatch may have led to house burglary

Bag snatch may have led to house burglary

24 July 2018

Police believe a man who stole a woman's handbag went on to burgle her home the same day.


80-year-old injured in Mildenhall town centre collision

24 July 2018
80-year-old injured in Mildenhall town centre collision

80-year-old injured in Mildenhall town centre collision

24 July 2018

A man in his 80s is being treated in hospital for a head injury after being in collision with a car in Mildenhall this morning.


Rush hour road closure on main Bury route

23 July 2018
Rush hour road closure on main Bury route

Rush hour road closure on main Bury route

23 July 2018

Suffolk Police say Compiegne Way in Bury St Edmunds should reopen shortly following a collision between two cars.


Compensation scam attempt on Bury restaurants

23 July 2018
Compensation scam attempt on Bury restaurants

Compensation scam attempt on Bury restaurants

23 July 2018

Town centre businesses have been warned to be on their guard after a woman tried a 'compensation' scam at least two restaurants.


Take a walk through Mildenhall's history

21 July 2018
Take a walk through Mildenhall's history

Take a walk through Mildenhall's history

21 July 2018

A three-year long project has finally put buildings with a part in Mildenhall's history on the map.


Business Rates windfall boosts Suffolk projects

18 July 2018
Business Rates windfall boosts Suffolk projects

Business Rates windfall boosts Suffolk projects

18 July 2018

More than 30 projects in Suffolk are being boosted by a £10.4 million windfall from a Business Rate pilot scheme.


Game, set and match to My Wish dog day

16 July 2018
Game, set and match to My Wish dog day

Game, set and match to My Wish dog day

16 July 2018

It was going to take more than the World Cup and Wimbledon to keep dog owners from the My Wish Bury Dog Show.


Ultrafast broadband plan 'unfair' to 7,000 left behind with poor speeds, says MP

30 June 2018
Ultrafast broadband plan 'unfair' to 7,000 left behind with poor speeds, says MP

Ultrafast broadband plan 'unfair' to 7,000 left behind with poor speeds, says MP

30 June 2018

A BT Openreach plan to boost those on superfast broadband to 'ultrafast' speeds has been criticised by an MP.


Fire crews tackle crop fire near Wetherden

27 June 2018
Fire crews tackle crop fire near Wetherden

Fire crews tackle crop fire near Wetherden

27 June 2018

Fire crews spent more than two hours tackling a blaze in standing crops yesterday afternoon, in temperatures of nearly 25C.


A14 delays as concrete removed from road

26 June 2018
A14 delays as concrete removed from road

A14 delays as concrete removed from road

26 June 2018

Drivers are warned of rush hour delays on the A14 eastbound this evening between Haughley and Stowmarket.