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Schools celebrate a love of literacy in colourful fashion

08 March 2022
Schools celebrate a love of literacy in colourful fashion

Schools celebrate a love of literacy in colourful fashion

08 March 2022

Schools in one Suffolk town and the nearby area took part in a range of literacy-inspired activities last week to celebrate World Book Day.


Road surface pioneer joins growing centre

07 March 2022
Road surface pioneer joins growing centre

Road surface pioneer joins growing centre

07 March 2022

A pioneering company that uses recycled plastic products to surface roads is to have its international HQ at a Suffolk business centre.


Celebrations mark opening of town's first mosque

04 March 2022
Celebrations mark opening of town's first mosque

Celebrations mark opening of town's first mosque

04 March 2022

A town's Muslim community association has taken ownership of a former council building.


Action squad steps in to help war-hit Ukraine

03 March 2022
Action squad steps in to help war-hit Ukraine

Action squad steps in to help war-hit Ukraine

03 March 2022

An 'Aid Collection: Help Ukraine' appeal set up in a Suffolk community has found itself 'inundated' with donations.


A chance for your kids to shine

03 March 2022
A chance for your kids to shine

A chance for your kids to shine

03 March 2022

The Haverhill Echo Cute Kids competition gets under way today.


‘I just want them home’: Husband's plea as Ukrainian wife flees Russian bombing

03 March 2022
‘I just want them home’: Husband's plea as Ukrainian wife flees Russian bombing

‘I just want them home’: Husband's plea as Ukrainian wife flees Russian bombing

03 March 2022

A Suffolk man's wife remains stuck in Hungary after fleeing their home in Ukraine after it was destroyed by Russian bombs.


Firm scoops business innovation award

01 March 2022
Firm scoops business innovation award

Firm scoops business innovation award

01 March 2022

A Haverhill-based company enjoyed a triumphant evening at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards after winning the Business Innovation Award.


10 million steps take ‘Walking Grandad’ Gordon to unique total

27 February 2022
10 million steps take ‘Walking Grandad’ Gordon to unique total

10 million steps take ‘Walking Grandad’ Gordon to unique total

27 February 2022

Having already walked 4,400 miles in just under 13 months a great-grandfather decided to go that little bit further - to satisfy a quirk of maths.


Charity predicts 'dire' times ahead as cost of living squeeze gets worse

21 February 2022
Charity predicts 'dire' times ahead as cost of living squeeze gets worse

Charity predicts 'dire' times ahead as cost of living squeeze gets worse

21 February 2022

A Suffolk charity says it is preparing for significant increases in cases of hardship as the cost of living rises on multiple fronts for all.


Levels of demand lead to changes at dementia hub

19 February 2022
Levels of demand lead to changes at dementia hub

Levels of demand lead to changes at dementia hub

19 February 2022

A Suffolk centre for people living with dementia is in such demand that it is increasing its opening hours and seeking a new, purpose built premises.


Death of Czech airmen to be commemorated at service

18 February 2022
Death of Czech airmen to be commemorated at service

Death of Czech airmen to be commemorated at service

18 February 2022

Three Czechoslovakian airmen buried in a Suffolk cemetery will be commemorated on the 80th anniversary of the air crash which claimed their lives.


Man convicted of violent attack against woman

17 February 2022
Man convicted of violent attack against woman

Man convicted of violent attack against woman

17 February 2022

A man from Suffolk has been found guilty of a violent assault against a woman in Wimbish, near Saffron Walden.


Councillors’ support helps library start a new chapter

17 February 2022
Councillors’ support helps library start a new chapter

Councillors’ support helps library start a new chapter

17 February 2022

Funding and support provided by half a dozen councillors has helped a Suffolk library to complete some keenly anticipated improvements.


Car park user slams ‘incompetence’ of ticketing system after fine

17 February 2022
Car park user slams ‘incompetence’ of ticketing system after fine

Car park user slams ‘incompetence’ of ticketing system after fine

17 February 2022

A man who received a penalty charge while using a Suffolk car park despite having paid for parking has criticised the ‘incompetence’ of the system


Golf clubs and mountain bike stolen

16 February 2022
Golf clubs and mountain bike stolen

Golf clubs and mountain bike stolen

16 February 2022

Golf clubs and a mountain bike have been stolen after an early morning burglary of a garage and shed in a Suffolk town.


Rotary club calls on businesses to support its work

15 February 2022
Rotary club calls on businesses to support its work

Rotary club calls on businesses to support its work

15 February 2022

Having seen fund-raising derailed for two years by the pandemic, a Suffolk Rotary Club is appealing to businesses to support its community events.


Ford Transit stolen from estate street

12 February 2022
Ford Transit stolen from estate street

Ford Transit stolen from estate street

12 February 2022

A silver Ford Transit van has been stolen in a Suffolk town.


Monks Eleigh barn and its contents destroyed, causing an estimated £60,000 worth of damage

12 February 2022
Monks Eleigh barn and its contents destroyed, causing an estimated £60,000 worth of damage

Monks Eleigh barn and its contents destroyed, causing an estimated £60,000 worth of damage

12 February 2022

Firefighters spent more than 24 hours dealing with a massive fire at a barn on a Suffolk farm.


A1101 in Lackford near Bury St Edmunds reopened after early morning accident

12 February 2022
A1101 in Lackford near Bury St Edmunds reopened after early morning accident

A1101 in Lackford near Bury St Edmunds reopened after early morning accident

12 February 2022

A road near a Suffolk town that was closed this morning after a car crashed into a telegraph pole is now fully open again.


Covid-19 work key to awards shortlistings

10 February 2022
Covid-19 work key to awards shortlistings

Covid-19 work key to awards shortlistings

10 February 2022

Its work in Covid-19 PCR testing has helped a Suffolk cleanroom design & build experts clinch final spots at two business awards.