Clare’s ‘Party in the Park’ is on July 1 and promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Councillors were given an ‘eye opening’ glimpse into issues that affect Bury St Edmunds’ disabled community during a walkabout in the town.
The Race for Life in Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds went off today with 1,273 runners and walkers.
The charity EACH is celebrating Volunteers’ Week (June 1-7) by recognising its 1,300 volunteers who help the charity.
Bury St Edmunds’ parliamentary candidates were put through their paces as they took part in a hustings.
The biggest date in the county’s calender got underway today with The Suffolk Show at Trinity Park, near Ipswich.
St Edmundsbury’s new mayor will focus on putting mental health at the forefront during his next year.
In the week since Julia Wakelam gave up the mayoral robes she has had time to reflect on her ‘wonderful year’.
West Suffolk paramedics based in Bury St Edmunds are taking on the English Channel to raise money for ambulance charities this summer.
Lakenheath to Land’s End in Cornwall on an August bank holiday weekend might be a normal drive for some but for Ben Di-Giulio’s charity bike ride he has opted to take a slightly different route.
Fans of classic jazz can see the show Cry Me a River - The Fitzgerald/Holiday and Armstrong Songbook at the Quay Theatre, Sudbury, on May 19.
The Spinning Wheel Theatre company are to perform The Secret Garden in Bury St Edmunds’ Abbey Gardens on June 9.
Following an acclaimed sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, Fracked! Or Please Don’t Use the F-Word visits Cambridge Arts Theatre on May 22-27.
A family fun day at Bury Town Football Club’s Ram Meadow was organised last week in aid of Livabilty Icanho.
An author from Bury St Edmunds is set to launch her second book this weekend.
The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is calling all budding young thespians.
An F1 show car will be at the Our Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre on May 28 and 29.
Bury St Edmunds Town Council’s planning committee has objected to a development of residential apartments in St Andrew’s Street South.
A secondary school has celebrated the life of one of Bury St Edmunds’ most famous artists.
Going from coffee giant to independant retailer gave David Porter a different caffeine boost.