Money raised from sales of the book will go towards an expanded heritage centre at the village hall, showcasing the history society’s artifacts.
Because of the coronavirus lockdown, the business is operating as a takeaway to start with, until they can fully open, hopefully from December.
The application was made by PSS Care Group, which owns three residential children’s homes, all regulated by Ofsted with overall good ratings.
The charity, which provides essentials for families with new babies, says it welcomes requests for help, and particularly at this difficult time.
The idea is part of the Long Melford Neighbourhood Plan, which is still being finalised and will be put to a village referendum.
A local wildlife volunteers says he is concerned about the number of recent incidents where dogs have chased wildfowl and got too near cattle.
Alice Wotton, 24, urges other young people who have been affected by the pandemic to follow her lead and find something they can do which they love.
The exhibition is being opened by WWII veteran Doug Vince, a flight engineer on board a Stirling bomber plane that was shot on its way home in 1944.
Certificates were sent out to winners of this year's In Bloom competition this week, with a presentation event scrapped due to the pandemic.
Retail and hospitality businesses are bracing themselves for a huge hit, in what would have been their most profitable time, leading up to Christmas.
The wine tastings are held online via the online conferencing platform Zoom, with up to 30 customers, every four weeks.
The application for 14 one, two and three-bedroom homes, submitted on behalf of A F Machinery, also includes four affordable homes.
The town's TSB bank is among more than 160 UK branches earmarked for closure, but the town council fears the impact its loss would have on residents.
At 74, owner and founder Joe Wiles says he is not ready to retire as he loves his job – even though he’s seen a lot of friends and colleagues retire.
"Despite the current crisis, residents and businesses in Babergh have had cause to celebrate over recent weeks."
The coronavirus epidemic may have dealt a blow to Chris Rix’s rowing plans, but it hasn’t stopped his fundraising activities.
Lee Bishop said the café is a business he has dreamed of owning for years, adding that all of his beans are Fairtrade to help promote sustainability.
The theatre's management had feared for the venue’s survival, after having to close following the coronavirus lockdown back in March.
TSB bosses say the closures were due to changing customer behaviour, which has seen more people move towards online banking.
Franchisee Louise Blore says her decision to relocate to larger premises will provide greater scope for the business to grow going forward.