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Artistic students rewarded in mayor's annual Christmas card competition

25 November 2021
Artistic students rewarded in mayor's annual Christmas card competition

Artistic students rewarded in mayor's annual Christmas card competition

25 November 2021

A Suffolk schoolboy is celebrating after his artwork depicting his town at Christmas was chosen for a top award.


Man jailed for at least 30 years for murder of elderly relative at home

11 October 2021
Man jailed for at least 30 years for murder of elderly relative at home

Man jailed for at least 30 years for murder of elderly relative at home

11 October 2021

Leighton Snook was handed a life sentence, following his conviction in August for the murder of 83-year-old Donald Ralph at the end of 2020.


Businessman fears plans to turn lorry park into health centre will worsen driver shortage crisis

04 October 2021
Businessman fears plans to turn lorry park into health centre will worsen driver shortage crisis

Businessman fears plans to turn lorry park into health centre will worsen driver shortage crisis

04 October 2021

With the fuel crisis shining a light on the role of HGV drivers, a businessman has criticised plans to turn a lorry park into a new health centre.


Swimming club in race against time to secure future amid shortage of instructors

03 October 2021
Swimming club in race against time to secure future amid shortage of instructors

Swimming club in race against time to secure future amid shortage of instructors

03 October 2021

The club chairman warned it may have to close by Christmas if it cannot find a permanent level two coach to replace its head coach.


Shop local at independent businesses on your doorstep

06 May 2021
Shop local at independent businesses on your doorstep

Shop local at independent businesses on your doorstep

06 May 2021

Shoppers across the UK have been urged to do their bit to help local businesses rebuild from the coronavirus pandemic.


James Cartlidge: Our boldness is creating hope, says MP

19 March 2021
James Cartlidge: Our boldness is creating hope, says MP

James Cartlidge: Our boldness is creating hope, says MP

19 March 2021

Why our boldness is creating hope through the pandemic, says MP James Cartlidge


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19 March 2021
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19 March 2021

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26 February 2021
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26 February 2021

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19 February 2021
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19 February 2021

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05 February 2021
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05 February 2021

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29 January 2021
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29 January 2021

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22 January 2021
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22 January 2021

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15 January 2021
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15 January 2021

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08 January 2021
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08 January 2021

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Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

04 December 2020
Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

Shop window display competition returns to bring Christmas cheer to town

04 December 2020

Last year, 60 town centre businesses took part in the competition, with nearly 900 votes cast by people picking out their favourite Christmas windows.


New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

02 December 2020
New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

New dress shop Vi Vi Vi aiming to serve as social hub for LGBTQ+ community

02 December 2020

The shop will stock handbags and jewellery, lingerie and shoes in bigger sizes for the trans community, as well as vintage dresses and clothing.


History book sheds light on village's retailers past and present over last 200 years

30 November 2020
History book sheds light on village's retailers past and present over last 200 years

History book sheds light on village's retailers past and present over last 200 years

30 November 2020

Money raised from sales of the book will go towards an expanded heritage centre at the village hall, showcasing the history society’s artifacts.


Love of nature inspires launch of new vegan café and shop Green Man Lounge

24 November 2020
Love of nature inspires launch of new vegan café and shop Green Man Lounge

Love of nature inspires launch of new vegan café and shop Green Man Lounge

24 November 2020

Because of the coronavirus lockdown, the business is operating as a takeaway to start with, until they can fully open, hopefully from December.


Proposal for new rural children's home granted planning approval

23 November 2020
Proposal for new rural children's home granted planning approval

Proposal for new rural children's home granted planning approval

23 November 2020

The application was made by PSS Care Group, which owns three residential children’s homes, all regulated by Ofsted with overall good ratings.


Baby bank charity Abi's Footprints keen to help struggling families during coronavirus pandemic

19 November 2020
Baby bank charity Abi's Footprints keen to help struggling families during coronavirus pandemic

Baby bank charity Abi's Footprints keen to help struggling families during coronavirus pandemic

19 November 2020

The charity, which provides essentials for families with new babies, says it welcomes requests for help, and particularly at this difficult time.