Having dreamed of opening her own plant shop, Ellie Bishop had to quickly adapt the make-up of the new business to navigate the coronavirus lockdown.
The venue has been adapted to comply with coronavirus safety regulations, and has now relaunched its regular monthly film night.
After receiving requests for tips on how to restore buildings, the firm was inspired to set up training sessions to provide specialist knowledge.
Due to the dangers of the coronavirus pandemic, Renee Rowe made the difficult decision to step down from volunteering after 33 years.
The service hopes to offer some comfort to people who have lost their pets and need help in coming to terms with their death.
Nail technician Wendy Bailey established Alexandra’s in 1991, having been inspired to create a safe place where women could keep fit and socialise.
A charity which offers support and advice to people in need is urging those whose problems have been heightened by the pandemic to seek help.
The new venture, which is set to open on Saturday, is in memory of Tony Byfield’s father Ray, who was a passionate toy collector.
Staged on September 19 and 20, the two-day showpiece saw 12 artists open their studio doors to display their works to the public.
The school is among a number of educational institutions in the county to be presented with The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk Award.
Keen to keep occupied during the coronavirus lockdown, Jade Johnston spent three months baking a range of cakes, inspiring her to start her business.
The firm plans to use the funding to purchase a pair of digital printing presses, as it seeks to become more innovative in response to the pandemic.
The business plans to install CCTV cameras on the premises to act as a deterrent to prevent further incidents, after two break-ins in two years.
Children who are not among the class of 32 pupils in self-isolation have been advised to continue attending school if they remain well.
Around 350 people were offered an insight into the ambitious project to transform the Victorian-era Old School into a thriving arts venue.
Youngsters will be able to adopt a more interactive approach to learning, thanks to the purchase of new computing equipment.
The facility, owned by the River Stour Trust, was left a blackened ruin after a fierce blaze, which was caused by an electrical fault, back in 2018.
Visitors are being given a rare opportunity to go behind-the-scenes of a town's fabled art collection and witness the creative processes involved.
A Suffolk rugby club is exploring ambitious plans to redevelop its site following a devastating arson attack earlier this year.
More than 30 men and women in the county have been ordained as priests and deacons.