IES Breckland receives a ‘good’ grade from inspectors
The widow of a Thetford man, who treated his neighbourhood to his house’s Christmas lights display for more than 20 years, has vowed to keep their festive decorations shining bright this year in his honour.
Paula Harber (nee Sunshine) sent us this photograph from the 1980s from a business called Sunshine Beauty Salon in Garland Street, Bury St Edmunds.
A Thetford mother and her daughter were given a ‘once in a lifetime’ secret gig by their favourite band after being nominated for an ITV show.
The third annual Bardwell Tractor Run and Bale Push saw more than 70 tractors take to the roads for two charities.
Two charities are on the look out for new faces as they launch two volunteering drives to help their causes.
Sales from a compilation album by Bury St Edmunds bands have funded a scheme to help people with mental health issues.
Suffolk firemen received their awards for 20 years’ long service and good conduct at Bury St Edmunds Fire Station in 1992.
A Bury St Edmunds gallery had its opening last weekend in a very familiar spot for art lovers.
A voluntary team, who have worked within Thetford Forest for than 20 years, have received the highest honour from Buckingham Palace.
A resident at Fornham House Residential Home in Fornham St Martin, who was born in the same year the Titanic sank, has celebrated her 105th birthday.
A memorial ceremony took place in Brandon to commemorate two stories very rarely told.
St Nicholas Hospice Care are set to put the heads of local businesses from West Suffolk and Thetford through some stomach churning challenges on October 27 at Nowton Park to raise money for the charity.
Two sisters and their friends set up a stall in Bury St Edmunds to help a girl who has an acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
A second flood has hit a Bury St Edmunds shop, causing more water damage, but the owners say they still hope to reopen within weeks.
A proposal to build 60 homes in Woolpit has been heavily criticised by the parish council.
A Eurovision winner will be at a photo bombing event this weekend to launch a Bury St Edmunds campaign to get the town celebrating St Edmunds Day.
Some summer holidays are a time for relaxing but for the Gibson family they are pulling on their walking shoes to support the hospital that helped their son to walk properly.
A woman from Great Barton who has dedicated her life to a charity is to be honoured by them this month.
Richard Miller’s Backlash Show is not to be missed...it’s a thriller has been endorsed by ex-Strictly judge, Len Goodman who called it ‘A thriller from Miller.’