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Parent's artwork features on school's new website

24 September 2018
Parent's artwork features on school's new website

Parent's artwork features on school's new website

24 September 2018

Barrow school launches new site and Twitter account.


Readers' letters

23 September 2018
Readers' letters

Readers' letters

23 September 2018

A selection of your letters from the Bury Free Press of Friday, September 21


Are we really the snowflake generation?

23 September 2018
Are we really the snowflake generation?

Are we really the snowflake generation?

23 September 2018

King Edward VI School student Hannah Moore, 16, asks if it's such a bad thing being labelled 'a snowflake'


NOSTALGIA: Miss Spanton's wedding

23 September 2018
NOSTALGIA: Miss Spanton's wedding

NOSTALGIA: Miss Spanton's wedding

23 September 2018

This week's picture from the Spanton Jarman collection is from 1870 and features a family wedding


Anti-depressant prescriptions up 18% in three years

22 September 2018
Anti-depressant prescriptions up 18% in three years

Anti-depressant prescriptions up 18% in three years

22 September 2018

Increase is in line with national average, according to NHS figures.


Stowmarket motorist hit cars and wall – court

18 September 2018
Stowmarket motorist hit cars and wall – court

Stowmarket motorist hit cars and wall – court

18 September 2018

Woman pleads guilty to careless driving and affray.


Man admits possessing 12-bore shotgun in Bury St Edmunds

17 September 2018
Man admits possessing 12-bore shotgun in Bury St Edmunds

Man admits possessing 12-bore shotgun in Bury St Edmunds

17 September 2018

Woolpit man, 37, to be sentenced next month.


YOUTH VIEW: The pressure just keeps growing

16 September 2018
YOUTH VIEW: The pressure just keeps growing

YOUTH VIEW: The pressure just keeps growing

16 September 2018

King Edward VI School student Lucy Cooper, 17, reflects on the pressure created by the reformed A-level exams.


Your letters published in the Bury Free Press, Friday, September 14

16 September 2018
Your letters published in the Bury Free Press, Friday, September 14

Your letters published in the Bury Free Press, Friday, September 14

16 September 2018

An Ipswich Town fan, Focus 12, and MP Jo Churchill all defend themselves this week


Car sales manager jailed for fraud is ordered to pay £1

05 September 2018
Car sales manager jailed for fraud is ordered to pay £1

Car sales manager jailed for fraud is ordered to pay £1

05 September 2018

Proceeds of Crime Act hearing told fraudster has no assets.


Culture: Marvel-lous history with Neil Oliver

31 August 2018
Culture: Marvel-lous history with Neil Oliver

Culture: Marvel-lous history with Neil Oliver

31 August 2018

TV presenter Neil Oliver tells us about his childish excitement about things and why history doesn’t have to be dry and dusty.


Culture: A Greek odyssey with Gastrono-me's Gemma Simmonite

31 August 2018
Culture: A Greek odyssey with Gastrono-me's Gemma Simmonite

Culture: A Greek odyssey with Gastrono-me's Gemma Simmonite

31 August 2018

A holiday to Cyprus made Gemma Simmonite realise that love is the most important ingredient in any dish.


Elmswell housing development likened to 'Cell Block H' delayed for second time

30 August 2018
Elmswell housing development likened to 'Cell Block H' delayed for second time

Elmswell housing development likened to 'Cell Block H' delayed for second time

30 August 2018

Planning committee deferred a decision on the application for the site off Wetherden Road at the beginning of August.


Police continue to hunt for man reportedly stabbed in targeted attack in Bury St Edmunds

29 August 2018
Police continue to hunt for man reportedly stabbed in targeted attack in Bury St Edmunds

Police continue to hunt for man reportedly stabbed in targeted attack in Bury St Edmunds

29 August 2018

Another man suffered a serious head injury and is still in hospital in a stable condition.


Your letters to the Editor

26 August 2018
Your letters to the Editor

Your letters to the Editor

26 August 2018

Problems around parking and roadworks could mar Bury's future as a visitor venue


New-look studio is unveiled as £1m refurbishment continues

25 August 2018
New-look studio is unveiled as £1m refurbishment continues

New-look studio is unveiled as £1m refurbishment continues

25 August 2018

Glasswells continues project to transform its Bury St Edmunds department store.


Fourth member of gang who tortured man given suspended sentence

23 August 2018
Fourth member of gang who tortured man given suspended sentence

Fourth member of gang who tortured man given suspended sentence

23 August 2018

Anthony Bates was sentenced to four months in a young offenders institute suspended for two years.


Woman jailed for attacking police officer

23 August 2018
Woman jailed for attacking police officer

Woman jailed for attacking police officer

23 August 2018

The officer had found her naked from the waist down and was trying to cover her with a blanket.


Criminal damage spree across town and three villages

23 August 2018
Criminal damage spree across town and three villages

Criminal damage spree across town and three villages

23 August 2018

Police investigate possibility incidents are linked.


Jam for tea with a song and dance

23 August 2018
Jam for tea with a song and dance

Jam for tea with a song and dance

23 August 2018

Stowmarket's Jam Community Pot decided to mark National Afternoon Tea Week with a new venture and it proved so popular they will do it again.