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Beaton’s fracking comedy

12 May 2017
Beaton’s fracking comedy

Beaton’s fracking comedy

12 May 2017

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.


Ram Meadow family fun day gives to charity

12 May 2017
Ram Meadow family fun day gives to charity

Ram Meadow family fun day gives to charity

12 May 2017

A family fun day at Bury Town Football Club’s Ram Meadow was organised last week in aid of Livabilty Icanho.


Bury St Edmunds story teller has second book signing

12 May 2017
Bury St Edmunds story teller has second book signing

Bury St Edmunds story teller has second book signing

12 May 2017

An author from Bury St Edmunds is set to launch her second book this weekend.


A chance to tread the boards at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

12 May 2017
A chance to tread the boards at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

A chance to tread the boards at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

12 May 2017

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is calling all budding young thespians.


F1 simulator at Bury Whitsun Fayre

09 May 2017
F1 simulator at Bury Whitsun Fayre

F1 simulator at Bury Whitsun Fayre

09 May 2017

An F1 show car will be at the Our Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre on May 28 and 29.


Committee objects to new build

05 May 2017
Committee objects to new build

Committee objects to new build

05 May 2017

Bury St Edmunds Town Council’s planning committee has objected to a development of residential apartments in St Andrew’s Street South.


Schools celebrate ‘Sybil Andrews Day’

05 May 2017
Schools celebrate ‘Sybil Andrews Day’

Schools celebrate ‘Sybil Andrews Day’

05 May 2017

A secondary school has celebrated the life of one of Bury St Edmunds’ most famous artists.


MARKET MATTERS - David provides a welcome coffee on Bury St Edmunds market

05 May 2017
MARKET MATTERS - David provides a welcome coffee on Bury St Edmunds market

MARKET MATTERS - David provides a welcome coffee on Bury St Edmunds market

05 May 2017

Going from coffee giant to independant retailer gave David Porter a different caffeine boost.


Woolpit festival has programme launch

04 May 2017
Woolpit festival has programme launch

Woolpit festival has programme launch

04 May 2017

The launch of the programme for the Woolpit Festival took place last weekend.


Dieting couple see a lot less of each other

21 April 2017
Dieting couple see a lot less of each other

Dieting couple see a lot less of each other

21 April 2017

A Bury St Edmunds pair made it to the semi-finals of Slimming World’s couple of the year competition after losing an incredible 7st 12lbs between them.


Elmswell piano teacher to take church fund-raising concert on the road

21 April 2017
Elmswell piano teacher to take church fund-raising concert on the road

Elmswell piano teacher to take church fund-raising concert on the road

21 April 2017

An Elmswell piano player is to perform a concert at his local church, which he hopes he can take on the road to raise funds for other churches across west Suffolk.


Haverhill woman diagnosed with breast cancer plans ‘Booby walk’ to support hospital

19 April 2017
Haverhill woman diagnosed with breast cancer plans ‘Booby walk’ to support hospital

Haverhill woman diagnosed with breast cancer plans ‘Booby walk’ to support hospital

19 April 2017

A Haverhill woman is doing a ‘Booby walk’ this weekend for the hospital that treated her.


Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

06 February 2017
Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

06 February 2017

Councils in Suffolk are to step up their efforts to help those at risk of becoming homeless and sleeping rough.


Gluttonous grub is causing heartbreak

23 September 2016
Gluttonous grub is causing heartbreak

Gluttonous grub is causing heartbreak

23 September 2016

A disabled woman from Mildenhall has found sections of her beloved back garden eaten away by a gluttonous grub.


RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

05 October 2015
RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

05 October 2015

Needham Market got their first win of their newly promoted campaign in the Ryman League Premier Division on Saturday while Bury Town (won), AFC Sudbury (draw) and Soham Town Rangers (defeat) were all FA Trophy action.


SLIDESHOW: Music in the street at Vinyl Hunter launch party

12 September 2015
SLIDESHOW: Music in the street at Vinyl Hunter launch party

SLIDESHOW: Music in the street at Vinyl Hunter launch party

12 September 2015

A Bury St Edmunds Vinyl record shop held their grand opening last weekend in St Johns Street.


Ixworth family to give colourful thank you to children’s charity

11 September 2015
Ixworth family to give colourful thank you to children’s charity

Ixworth family to give colourful thank you to children’s charity

11 September 2015

An Ixworth family will be donating to an East Anglian charity by running through a shower of colour in Nowton Park next week.


Health bosses welcome Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport

09 September 2015
Health bosses welcome Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport

Health bosses welcome Bury St Edmunds Festival of Sport

09 September 2015

The forthcoming Festival of Sport in Bury St Edmunds has been given a medical seal of approval.


Annual honey show in West Suffolk brings a real buzz

09 September 2015
Annual honey show in West Suffolk brings a real buzz

Annual honey show in West Suffolk brings a real buzz

09 September 2015

West Suffolk Beekeeping Association hosted it’s Annual Honey Show at Wyevale Garden Centre last weekend.


Damage caused to wolf on popular Bury St Edmunds art trail

08 September 2015
Damage caused to wolf on popular Bury St Edmunds art trail

Damage caused to wolf on popular Bury St Edmunds art trail

08 September 2015

One of Bury St Edmunds wolves on its highly popular wolf trail has been damaged - the third such incident involving one of the artworks .