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Trio are game for a 24 hour charity test

24 March 2022
Trio are game for a 24 hour charity test

Trio are game for a 24 hour charity test

24 March 2022

Three friends will this weekend take on a 24-hour gaming challenge in aid of a fund-raising group set up in memory of a Suffolk woman.


Charity helps clients claim £14.5k of ‘lost’ benefits

24 March 2022
Charity helps clients claim £14.5k of ‘lost’ benefits

Charity helps clients claim £14.5k of ‘lost’ benefits

24 March 2022

A Suffolk charity has helped claw back thousands of pounds of unclaimed benefits for clients who were unaware they were entitled to them.


Brass band creates history by reaching Royal Albert Hall final

23 March 2022
Brass band creates history by reaching Royal Albert Hall final

Brass band creates history by reaching Royal Albert Hall final

23 March 2022

A Suffolk brass band has created two pieces of history by reaching the National Brass Band Championship Finals.


'Role model' students receive Rotary awards

23 March 2022
'Role model' students receive Rotary awards

'Role model' students receive Rotary awards

23 March 2022

Secondary school students have been recognised for their 'service above self' by being presented with Young Citizen Awards by a Suffolk Rotary Club.


Market will boost town’s goal of becoming greener

22 March 2022
Market will boost town’s goal of becoming greener

Market will boost town’s goal of becoming greener

22 March 2022

Raising awareness of sustainable living and the environment will be paramount at a green themed market in Suffolk this Saturday.


Man jailed after drunken crime spree

21 March 2022
Man jailed after drunken crime spree

Man jailed after drunken crime spree

21 March 2022

A man who spat at and punched vehicles in traffic, racially abused drivers and exposed himself to a police officer has been jailed.


Recovery programme will support fatherless daughters

21 March 2022
Recovery programme will support fatherless daughters

Recovery programme will support fatherless daughters

21 March 2022

A recovery programme for adult daughters of abusive, emotionally or physically absent fathers has been launched by a former sufferer from Suffolk.


Author's debut book exploring history of town's railways is sell-out already

19 March 2022
Author's debut book exploring history of town's railways is sell-out already

Author's debut book exploring history of town's railways is sell-out already

19 March 2022

A book about the history of the railway in a Suffolk town that took 14 years to complete has sold out after just one book-signing session.


Disappointment after supermarkets say no to Ukraine aid collections

18 March 2022
Disappointment after supermarkets say no to Ukraine aid collections

Disappointment after supermarkets say no to Ukraine aid collections

18 March 2022

A Rotary president is unimpressed at the unwillingness of a Suffolk town’s supermarkets to let it hold in-store collections for Ukraine.


Pet care charity needs volunteers

17 March 2022
Pet care charity needs volunteers

Pet care charity needs volunteers

17 March 2022

A charity that provides pet care to people in need is looking for volunteers to help one of its clients in a Suffolk town.


New Suffolk restaurant promises authentic Spanish food

17 March 2022
New Suffolk restaurant promises authentic Spanish food

New Suffolk restaurant promises authentic Spanish food

17 March 2022

A restaurant serving authentic Spanish food is now open in a Suffolk town, having started out as a home-delivery service.


‘Amazing’ response to appeal is praised by head teacher

16 March 2022
‘Amazing’ response to appeal is praised by head teacher

‘Amazing’ response to appeal is praised by head teacher

16 March 2022

A Suffolk school’s appeal for items to be donated to help refugees of war-torn Ukraine resulted an an overwhelming response.


Café owner grateful for early support as business picks up

15 March 2022
Café owner grateful for early support as business picks up

Café owner grateful for early support as business picks up

15 March 2022

The owner of a café that opened in Suffolk amid Covid restrictions has praised the support he received in the difficult initial months.


80th anniversary of WWII airmen’s deaths honoured

14 March 2022
80th anniversary of WWII airmen’s deaths honoured

80th anniversary of WWII airmen’s deaths honoured

14 March 2022

The 80th anniversary of the deaths of three Czechoslovakian airmen was commemorated last week at the Suffolk cemetery where they are buried.


Business Improvement District (BID) rejected by Suffolk town

11 March 2022
Business Improvement District (BID) rejected by Suffolk town

Business Improvement District (BID) rejected by Suffolk town

11 March 2022

A ballot held to see whether a Business Improvement District (BID) should be created in a Suffolk town has resulted in the idea being rejected.


Town’s jubilee celebrations taking shape

11 March 2022
Town’s jubilee celebrations taking shape

Town’s jubilee celebrations taking shape

11 March 2022

A Suffolk town council has announced its initial plans for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.


Business wins second award in two weeks

10 March 2022
Business wins second award in two weeks

Business wins second award in two weeks

10 March 2022

A Suffolk company has won its second business award in two weeks, this time at the Federation of Small Businesses Awards.


Flooring firm's first showroom all set to launch

10 March 2022
Flooring firm's first showroom all set to launch

Flooring firm's first showroom all set to launch

10 March 2022

Tomorrow marks a milestone day for an experienced Suffolk carpet and flooring fitter as he opens his first showroom after 17 years in the trade.


Rotarians to hold street collection in aid of Ukraine appeal

09 March 2022
Rotarians to hold street collection in aid of Ukraine appeal

Rotarians to hold street collection in aid of Ukraine appeal

09 March 2022

Rotarians will be holding a cash collection in a Suffolk town centre this Saturday in aid of refugees of the war in Ukraine.


Club could close unless new volunteers are found

09 March 2022
Club could close unless new volunteers are found

Club could close unless new volunteers are found

09 March 2022

The future of a club that runs a popular Easter Egg Hunt in Suffolk is at risk unless more volunteers can be found.