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Updated: Three hurt in multi-car collision

26 June 2018
Updated: Three hurt in multi-car collision

Updated: Three hurt in multi-car collision

26 June 2018

A woman had to be cut out of a car and two others were hurt in a collision involving three cars and a caravan in Barrow this afternoon.


Anger over plan for homes on estate's open spaces

26 June 2018
Anger over plan for homes on estate's open spaces

Anger over plan for homes on estate's open spaces

26 June 2018

A planning application for 52 homes on four open spaces on an existing estate has met with objections from residents.


Ultrafast broadband for Bury St Edmunds

26 June 2018
Ultrafast broadband for Bury St Edmunds

Ultrafast broadband for Bury St Edmunds

26 June 2018

Bury St Edmunds is among 59 locations chosen by BT Openreach to get the next generation ultrafast broadband.


Work starts on Mildenhall civic hub

26 June 2018
Work starts on Mildenhall civic hub

Work starts on Mildenhall civic hub

26 June 2018

Work has begun on on creating the Mildenhall Hub to bring a new school, leisure centre and public services under one roof.


Chemical spill at Stowmarket school

25 June 2018
Chemical spill at Stowmarket school

Chemical spill at Stowmarket school

25 June 2018

Fire crews were called to Stowmarket High School this afternoon to deal with a spillage of unknown chemicals.


Father and son bring championship classic car back to the race track

25 June 2018
Father and son bring championship classic car back to the race track

Father and son bring championship classic car back to the race track

25 June 2018

A car which won the British Touring Car Championship in 1960 will return to the race track thanks to a father and son labour of love.


Updated: Serious accident closes A1141 near Lavenham

25 June 2018
Updated: Serious accident closes A1141 near Lavenham

Updated: Serious accident closes A1141 near Lavenham

25 June 2018

A 70-year-old man is critically ill after a collision which closed the the A1141, Bury Road, on the outskirts of Lavenham for four hours on Monday.


Sparky helps make fire safety lessons fun

23 June 2018
Sparky helps make fire safety lessons fun

Sparky helps make fire safety lessons fun

23 June 2018

Sparky the Fire Dog helped get the fire safety message across to 100 children at Beck Row Primary Academy.


Teenagers’ garden party raises £2,500 for Alzheimer’s Research

21 June 2018
Teenagers’ garden party raises £2,500 for Alzheimer’s Research

Teenagers’ garden party raises £2,500 for Alzheimer’s Research

21 June 2018

Two sixth-formers, inspired by befriending residents in a care home, raised £2,500 to fight dementia by running a garden party.


Look up to see how we can help our swifts

21 June 2018
Look up to see how we can help our swifts

Look up to see how we can help our swifts

21 June 2018

Conservationists have been encouraging people to 'look up' in Bury St Edmunds' St John's Street this week.


Police appeal after spate of tool thefts from vans

18 June 2018
Police appeal after spate of tool thefts from vans

Police appeal after spate of tool thefts from vans

18 June 2018

Suffolk Police are appealing for witnesses following a series of thefts of tools from vans across the county this month.


Desert Rats return to their WW2 base

18 June 2018
Desert Rats return to their WW2 base

Desert Rats return to their WW2 base

18 June 2018

Desert Rats past and present gathered together at High Ash on Sunday for their annual Memorial Day.


New junction criticised as 'dangerous' by taxi driver

15 June 2018
New junction criticised as 'dangerous' by taxi driver

New junction criticised as 'dangerous' by taxi driver

15 June 2018

A taxi driver has slammed safety at a new town centre junction after three near misses in a week.


Photo reveals rescued rare bird's happy ending

13 June 2018
Photo reveals rescued rare bird's happy ending

Photo reveals rescued rare bird's happy ending

13 June 2018

A photograph taken at Lakenheath Fen has proved that efforts to save an injured rare bird 70 miles away worked.


Linda's WW1 Trail poppies remember her hero uncles

11 June 2018
Linda's WW1 Trail poppies remember her hero uncles

Linda's WW1 Trail poppies remember her hero uncles

11 June 2018

The great niece of two soldiers killed in action was among the first to buy wooden poppies as part of Bury St Edmund's' World War One Trail.


Carina puts the threat to her life in the picture

08 June 2018
Carina puts the threat to her life in the picture

Carina puts the threat to her life in the picture

08 June 2018

Carina Drake has taken part in in a glamorous photo shoot with a very serious purpose.


Jaguar's link with Bury's mayoralty revealed

02 June 2018
Jaguar's link with Bury's mayoralty revealed

Jaguar's link with Bury's mayoralty revealed

02 June 2018

When Roger Wood sought the early history of his 1961 Jaguar Mark IX he asked Bury Free Press readers for help.


Mad hatters make merry at the market

30 May 2018
Mad hatters make merry at the market

Mad hatters make merry at the market

30 May 2018

Bury St Edmunds' Market went mad for hats on Saturday as a community arts project came to a head – hundreds of heads really.


Giant Victoria Cross taking shape for Bury WW1 trail

29 May 2018
Giant Victoria Cross taking shape for Bury WW1 trail

Giant Victoria Cross taking shape for Bury WW1 trail

29 May 2018

A replica of a Victoria Cross 7ft 6in tall is being carved at a Cockfield business for a prime place in Bury St Edmunds' World War One trail.


Red Lodge Chatty Café has people talking on its first day

28 May 2018
Red Lodge Chatty Café has people talking on its first day

Red Lodge Chatty Café has people talking on its first day

28 May 2018

A community café set up to combat isolation has helped people make new friends on its opening day.