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Bowling alley back in business

29 August 2020
Bowling alley back in business

Bowling alley back in business

29 August 2020

A bowling alley is back open after months of uncertainty – and the response from customers has been ‘100 per cent positive.’


Red Rooster organisers to put on virtual festival

27 August 2020
Red Rooster organisers to put on virtual festival

Red Rooster organisers to put on virtual festival

27 August 2020

Organisers of a festival cancelled due to authorisation issues have announced it will be putting on a virtual version instead.


Jack White to sell off memorabilia for art centre

27 August 2020
Jack White to sell off memorabilia for art centre

Jack White to sell off memorabilia for art centre

27 August 2020

Jack White is auctioning off his old guitars, amplifiers, personal items and more as part of a fund-raising effort for a town’s art centre.


Multiple items stolen from vehicle

26 August 2020
Multiple items stolen from vehicle

Multiple items stolen from vehicle

26 August 2020

Multiple items were stolen from a vehicle earlier this week.


Six fire crews mobilised to barn blaze

25 August 2020
Six fire crews mobilised to barn blaze

Six fire crews mobilised to barn blaze

25 August 2020

Six fire crews from both Norfolk and Suffolk Fire Services were called to a barn blaze this morning.


This is why you might have seen one village on TV this weekend

24 August 2020
This is why you might have seen one village on TV this weekend

This is why you might have seen one village on TV this weekend

24 August 2020

Anyone watching Countryfile last night would have noticed a village featured for its wildlife project.


‘A huge loss’: Tributes paid to villager Les

24 August 2020
‘A huge loss’: Tributes paid to villager Les

‘A huge loss’: Tributes paid to villager Les

24 August 2020

A villager’s death has been described as a ‘huge loss’ to the community and tribute paid to a real ‘character.’


Can’t go abroad? Party at home then

22 August 2020
Can’t go abroad? Party at home then

Can’t go abroad? Party at home then

22 August 2020

The organiser of an ‘Ibiza Brunch’ event said it was one of the toughest events he'd run but that the day was still a great success.


Arrest made in connection with distraction burglary

21 August 2020
Arrest made in connection with distraction burglary

Arrest made in connection with distraction burglary

21 August 2020

A 19-year-old man was arrested yesterday in connection with a distraction burglary carried out on Wednesday.


GCSE results: Headteacher 'grateful' and 'incredibly proud' of latest cohort

20 August 2020
GCSE results: Headteacher 'grateful' and 'incredibly proud' of latest cohort

GCSE results: Headteacher 'grateful' and 'incredibly proud' of latest cohort

20 August 2020

The headteacher of a school has said she is 'grateful' and 'incredibly proud' after students had a considerably different results day to last week.


GCSE results: St Benedict's students celebrate after 'long time coming'

20 August 2020
GCSE results: St Benedict's students celebrate after 'long time coming'

GCSE results: St Benedict's students celebrate after 'long time coming'

20 August 2020

Students at a school have shared in celebrating their GCSE results saying it was a 'long time coming.'


New book marking 1,000-year anniversary intertwines history with comedy

17 August 2020
New book marking 1,000-year anniversary intertwines history with comedy

New book marking 1,000-year anniversary intertwines history with comedy

17 August 2020

On the thousand year anniversary of the Abbey of St Edmund, a Suffolk man has written a comedy book about the saint himself.


Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

17 August 2020
Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

Secondary schools offering A-level places based on centre assessed grades

17 August 2020

A number of schools in a partnership are reassuring students awaiting GCSE results by offering them A-level places based on teacher-predicted grades.


Jewellery taken from woman's house in distraction burglary

17 August 2020
Jewellery taken from woman's house in distraction burglary

Jewellery taken from woman's house in distraction burglary

17 August 2020

A woman had jewellery stolen from her home over the weekend after a distraction burglary.


A book intertwining history and comedy

16 August 2020
A book intertwining history and comedy

A book intertwining history and comedy

16 August 2020

On the thousand year anniversary of the Abbey of St Edmund, one Suffolk man has written a comedy book about the saint himself.


New arc manager Steve ‘welcomes’ challenges

16 August 2020
New arc manager Steve ‘welcomes’ challenges

New arc manager Steve ‘welcomes’ challenges

16 August 2020

The new manager at a shopping centre, who has worked in some of the ‘best shopping centres in the world’, has welcomed the tests of his latest role.


Former headteacher gives his thoughts on A-level results and more

15 August 2020
Former headteacher gives his thoughts on A-level results and more

Former headteacher gives his thoughts on A-level results and more

15 August 2020

A former headteacher of King Edward VI school spent time talking about A-level results, coronavirus fallout, and closing the educational gap.


Ambitious project asking for ‘pledgees’

15 August 2020
Ambitious project asking for ‘pledgees’

Ambitious project asking for ‘pledgees’

15 August 2020

Three conservationists have come up with a project to redistribute land across East Anglia in the hope it will encourage wildlife to flourish.


Market goes from strength to strength

15 August 2020
Market goes from strength to strength

Market goes from strength to strength

15 August 2020

A pub has set up its own market on Saturdays as a way to help businesses and reconnect people in the community.


A-levels: Thurston College students celebrate results after 'uncertainty, frustration and adversity of recent months'

13 August 2020
A-levels: Thurston College students celebrate results after 'uncertainty, frustration and adversity of recent months'

A-levels: Thurston College students celebrate results after 'uncertainty, frustration and adversity of recent months'

13 August 2020

Students at a college collected their A-level results on what was a not-so-typical results day today.