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Man admits two assaults in Stowmarket park

31 July 2018
Man admits two assaults in Stowmarket park

Man admits two assaults in Stowmarket park

31 July 2018

A Stowmarket man has admitted two assaults in the town's Recreation Ground.


Tools stolen in three business burglaries

30 July 2018
Tools stolen in three business burglaries

Tools stolen in three business burglaries

30 July 2018

Police have urged businesses to be vigilant after power tools were stolen in three west Suffolk burglaries.


Greene King Mothers' Group members raise a glass to 130 years

29 July 2018
Greene King Mothers' Group members raise a glass to 130 years

Greene King Mothers' Group members raise a glass to 130 years

29 July 2018

Group founded in 1888 has survived two world wars and many changes over the years.


Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 27

29 July 2018
Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 27

Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 27

29 July 2018

Readers' views on a wide range of topics include vandalism that has destroyed every young alder tree planted in a Bury St Edmunds meadow


Historic building to open to public ahead of new tenant moving in

27 July 2018
Historic building to open to public ahead of new tenant moving in

Historic building to open to public ahead of new tenant moving in

27 July 2018

58 Abbeygate Street, which is thought to date from the 14th or 15th century, will open to the public on Saturday and Sunday.


Man jailed after assaulting Bury St Edmunds GP at her surgery

27 July 2018
Man jailed after assaulting Bury St Edmunds GP at her surgery

Man jailed after assaulting Bury St Edmunds GP at her surgery

27 July 2018

Steven Cook repeatedly punched Dr Victoria Hunter in the face, leaving her needing stitches to her lip, and with bruising and a displaced tooth.


Benefit cheat made to pay back more than £19,000

25 July 2018
Benefit cheat made to pay back more than £19,000

Benefit cheat made to pay back more than £19,000

25 July 2018

Stephen Thorne admitted to submitting false benefit claims over a ten year period.


Review: Dream Nights is pure unadulterated fun

25 July 2018
Review: Dream Nights is pure unadulterated fun

Review: Dream Nights is pure unadulterated fun

25 July 2018

Production is at The Apex until Thursday evening.


Compound bow seized in Bury St Edmunds

24 July 2018
Compound bow seized in Bury St Edmunds

Compound bow seized in Bury St Edmunds

24 July 2018

Police called to reports of suspicious activity in Westbury Avenue at 2.30am.


Spate of heatwave burglaries in Red Lodge and Mildenhall

23 July 2018
Spate of heatwave burglaries in Red Lodge and Mildenhall

Spate of heatwave burglaries in Red Lodge and Mildenhall

23 July 2018

Burglars have been taking advantage of the heatwave causing lapses in home security in Red Lodge and Mildenhall.


Three jailed for torture of man

23 July 2018
Three jailed for torture of man

Three jailed for torture of man

23 July 2018

The victim had darts thrown at him and heated coins placed on his hands.


Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 20

22 July 2018
Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 20

Your views published in the Bury Free Press of Friday, July 20

22 July 2018

Bury Free Press readers say Health Secretary Matt Hancock, MP for Bury St Edmunds, should tackle a prescriptions crisis


NOSTALGIA: Pictures from the Spanton Jarman collection

21 July 2018
NOSTALGIA: Pictures from the Spanton Jarman collection

NOSTALGIA: Pictures from the Spanton Jarman collection

21 July 2018

This week's picture from the Spanton Jarman collection is of Chevington Grove, a substantial Queen Anne house.


New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

21 July 2018
New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

New community toilet initiative sparks closure fears

21 July 2018

Lavenham Parish Council says its honesty box system for toilets could be adopted elsewhere.


Heatwave security warning after two Mildenhall burglaries

17 July 2018
Heatwave security warning after two Mildenhall burglaries

Heatwave security warning after two Mildenhall burglaries

17 July 2018

Police are reminding householders to remember home security in hot weather after two burglaries in Mildenhall.


Former UKIP councillor found guilty of murdering wife at Stowmarket home

17 July 2018
Former UKIP councillor found guilty of murdering wife at Stowmarket home

Former UKIP councillor found guilty of murdering wife at Stowmarket home

17 July 2018

'I've just killed my wife' - audio released of Stephen Searle's call to police.


St John's inspires photographic competition

17 July 2018
St John's inspires photographic competition

St John's inspires photographic competition

17 July 2018

Get your camera and look up if you want to take part in a year-long photographic competition run by Bury St Edmunds' St John's Church.


RAF airman spared jail for GBH on hotel staff

17 July 2018
RAF airman spared jail for GBH on hotel staff

RAF airman spared jail for GBH on hotel staff

17 July 2018

An RAF airman who gave two hotel staff facial fractures has been spared jail to save his career.


Green Flag status for Beck Row's Aspal Close

16 July 2018
Green Flag status for Beck Row's Aspal Close

Green Flag status for Beck Row's Aspal Close

16 July 2018

Beck Row's Aspal Close Nature Reserve has become the fifth open space in West Suffolk to get Green Flag status.


Sainsbury's supports Sulsar

16 July 2018
Sainsbury's supports Sulsar

Sainsbury's supports Sulsar

16 July 2018

Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue (Sulsar) will be Mildenhall Sainsbury's charity partner for the coming year.