Hundreds of runners were showered with coloured powder at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) third Colour Dash in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.
For most women, the hours before their wedding ceremony are filled with pampering but for Bury St Edmunds bride-to-be Clare Steadman it was all about joining the 50 club.
There is more to Laura and James Milne’s family than meets the eye – their daughters are triplets born three years apart.
A headteacher who put children at risk by using solitary confinement and failing to vet new staff has been found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct.
A man found barely conscious and with life threatening injuries near West Suffolk College, in Bury St Edmunds, earlier this week has now died.
Olly Murs has come a long way since auditioning for the X Factor eight years ago but at Thetford Forest on Friday night he proved he is the same cheeky chap we all fell for on television.
This photo, taken in May 1982 was taken in the Abbey Gardens as crowds gathered for the Diocesan Family Day.
Pictured are members of the Bury St Edmunds Small Bore Rifle Club after they had achieved success in the Greene King-sponsored Suffolk County Leagues in October 1990.
This photograph, which first appeared in the Bury Free Press in July 1989, shows pupils at the then St James’ Middle School in Bury St Edmunds lacemaking for the first time.
This week’s photograph appeared in the Bury Free Press on July 3, 1992, and features a group of pupils from Culford School who, together with staff, were preparing to travel to Russia for a week-long stay.
A well-known hotelier, who has generated around half a million pounds for charity, has been seriously injured in a crash in Sicklesmere.
there is a move to bring back Thetford carnival and this picture was taken at the 1985 Thetford Carnival on May day bank holiday and raised ‘a magnificent £1,500’ for Lions Club charities – that’s worth about £4,560 today.
In October, 1995, Bury Free Press readers took an abandoned German shepherd dog to their hearts after he was found at the roadside in Lawshall in terrible condition, with three-inch long claws, pressure sores and other problems.
This week’s photograph was taken at the Bury Free Press office in November 1994.
This photo was taken in April 1998 when volunteers turned out in force to take part in a litter pick at Aspal Close in Beck Row.
In August 1986, members of Bury St Edmunds Youth Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (YCND) drew curious glances from shoppers but failed to get their argument across to their main target.
This photograph shows pupils at Stanton Primary School in December 1991.
This photo was taken in October 1989 as record breakers from all over the country converged on one of the smallest pubs in Britain – The Nutshell in Bury St Edmunds – to celebrate the launch of the 1990 Guinness Book of Records.
This week’s photograph was taken in February 1992 during a ‘send-off’ for sister Jean Williams at West Suffolk Hospital.
With his distinctive soulful voice and trademark fedora hat, James Bay was in his element at Thetford Forest on Friday.