A group representing small, sustainable farmers held a ‘fair deal’ protest outside the British Sugar factory in Bury St Edmunds this afternoon.
Needham Market manager mark Morsley remains confident of securing the Ryman League Division One North championship despite seeing their title celebrations were put on hold after throwing away a two-goal lead to draw with nearest rivals Harlow Town.
Bury St Edmunds’ second row Sam Bixby spoke to Acting Sports Editor Russell Claydon following the club’s biggest win of the season, a 72-0 demolition of Chichester.
A Bury St Edmunds housing association has hired eleven extra staff recently as part of its ongoing expansion plans.
A selection of letters from the Bury Free Press of Friday, February 6.
Airmen from RAF Honington marched through Bury St Edmunds today to mark the end of their operations in Afghanistan.
Around 4,000 people in West Suffolk and more than 122,000 people in the East of England are thought to be living with undiagnosed heart or lung disease.
The Prime Minster was in Suffolk this morning where he promised to try and deliver ‘full employment’ to Britain if the Conservatives win the general election in May.
A prolific drug smuggler responsible for importing 4.5 tonnes of drugs has been jailed along with 13 members of his criminal group for a total of 66 and a half years.
Food, music, dance and hands on at a range of trades will all be on offer on Saturday at West Suffolk College’s Open Day.