The company’s modern, eco-friendly home firm is the focus of the design being screened on the programme on October 2.
A fundraiser is being staged to commemorate the firefighters who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York back in 2001.
Food producers say they do not anticipate food shortages and price hikes because of Brexit.
Staff and pupils alike have been celebrating after achieving master class status as part of the Accelerated Reader Programme.
Youngsters have received boxes of sports equipment to promote health and fitness.
After taking up an offer to run a second cafe, The Bridge Project is now cooking 270 meals a week, extending the service to cover weekends.
Event organiser Ruth Philo said the hope is for the festival to be held annually, with a development grant sought to continue the initiative.
Organisers have warned participants that they will have to negotiate a dry river bed on some parts of the route.
Fete committee chairman Andy Message said the hard work and commitment shown by everyone who supported the event was impressive.
A hair salon has unveiled a new look after undergoing a major revamp.
A Cavendish woman is among a line-up of 12 contestants taking part in a show which charts the group’s adventures marooned on a remote tropical island.
Four legged friends were the focus of this year's charity fundraiser - organised by a Great Cornard veterinary practice.
The hard work of allotment holders and keen gardeners from Great Waldingfield paid off when the village held its annual autumn horticultural show.
Julie and Stephen Penney are celebrating their one year anniversary since buying The Swan pub in Monks Eleigh.
More than 200 people attended at a service in Little Waldingfield to welcome Rev Robert Parker-McGee as new rector of the Box River Benefice.
Soaking up the sun and listening to live music was how many people spent their bank holiday weekend.
A man who is credited with planting and tending hundreds of trees around Nayland, and who had a memorial erected in his honour last year, has died.
Hundreds of visitors went along to Sudbury Fayre on Saturday which raised £2,000 towards the St Peter’s Regeneration Fund.
Staff at the East of England Co-op Funeral Services held a charity car wash outside their offices in Cornard Road in Sudbury on Saturday morning.
Record numbers of visitors came along to Polstead’s three-day art exhibition over the bank holiday weekend.