A former teacher has written a memoir about her younger son to highlight the positive influence he had.
Schoolchildren's Platinum Jubilee party will be an event 'they will remember long into the future'.
Speakers at the diversity festival included a former Manchester United trainee, a BBC radio presenter and a singer.
A primary school has launched a campaign to raise £50,000 to fix its swimming pool.
In today's podcast, a resident who lives near a former department store has complained of the disruption to his daily life caused by the works there.
What began as a small group who enjoyed singing carols around a village has stood the test of time to celebrate 50 years.
A primary school's proposal to close part of its road to improve safety and air quality could cause other issues, residents have said.
Bury St Edmunds Tour Guides are running this special series of tours on the Abbey of Saint Edmund in Bury St Edmunds.
For a new film, students have been working with a company whose projects include Taylor Swift, Adele and Top Gear.
In today's podcast, we bring you news that Newmarket's Rutland Arms Hotel is being put up for sale, plus an amazing story about Nutmeg the cat.
A middle school headteacher will be the head of a town's new lower school for Year 7 and 8 students.
This Suffolk-based performing arts club is helping children 'grow and get their confidence back'.
MP Matt Hancock is today introducing a bill in parliament as part of his campaign for all primary school children to be screened for dyslexia.
The Nearly Festival was back at the weekend with a variety of tribute acts, food, drink and entertainment.
Reporter Mariam Ghaemi took her young children to newly-opened World of Play for an after-school session.
In today's podcast, we cover how many parking tickets have been issued, and where, since the council took on new powers.
Reporter Mariam Ghaemi reviews Love Letters at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds on its opening day there.
The school is keen to introduce a partial road closure in the morning and afternoon during term time to improve safety and reduce air pollution.
Data has revealed where, and how many, parking tickets have been issued by West Suffolk Council in the two years since taking on new powers.
The trust is keen to help pupils to address some of the mental health issues that have worsened during the coronavirus pandemic.