Bury St Edmunds celebrated Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest serving British Monarch yesterday.
More than 50 children had an ‘awesome’ time at Southgate Church’s Lego Movie themed holiday club last week.
The British Army’s Wattisham-based Apache attack helicopters have been flying on a major multi-national exercise in southern Germany.
Whether it was Anglo-Saxon warriors demonstrating the fearsome potential of a shield wall or World War Two Land Army Girls feeding the nation, it was all part of West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village’s British Warriors through the Ages show at the weekend.
Staff at Asda in Bury St Edmunds are braving a soaking in the stocks today to raise money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.
Schools are celebrating another strong year for GCSE results - with some achieving their best ever.
From chain mailed knights to butter making, the Medieval world has come alive at the Museum of East Anglian Life.
Students have made a major step towards a bright future after receiving their A-level results today.
Three people have been arrested after a man was shot in the stomach at a block of apartments, on Station Hill, in Bury St Edmunds.
Soldiers who fly and maintain the Apache attack helicopter have marked their role in Afghanistan operations with a special celebration at Wattisham Flying Station.
Porto’s a trendy destination right now.
More than 300 children from the Bury Schools Partnership participated in an athletics festival held at Bury Leisure Centre.
Toby is a handsome tabby aged about six years.
Understood to date back to the 17th century, Minden House is an exceptional Suffolk farmhouse with a fabulous rural setting and panoramic views.
Families can get their fix of history at a Stowmarket museum this summer with a new programme of activities.
The last thing Suzie Lane expected to see at her school’s end of year assembly was her mum and dad in the audience.
Minibus and coach company First Stop Travel (East Anglia) finishes a two week operations suspension on Friday night after a director drove a vehicle with body defects.
The Mayor of St Edmundsbury has been given a taste of the obstacles a blind or partially sighted person faces around Bury St Edmunds town centre.
Students at County Upper School, in Bury St Edmunds, have spent the last three days performing in their end of year show.
Stained glass, willow, plastic milk bottles, birdboxes and theatre wardrobe offcuts are just some of the materials which are helping create the Wolf Trail in Bury St Edmunds which launched this week.