Trustees say the painstaking renovation work has revealed previously unknown information about the Grade II listed building's origins.
Villagers argued during the first week of the planning inquiry that the negative impact of the homes would be felt locally for years to come.
Salon owner Gemma Schwenk has urged men to come and get their nails painted to raise money for charity, coinciding with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Marden Homes is seeking the views of the public on a proposed 24-home development, to inform its future submission of a formal planning application.
The event served as the first showcase for several artists since the coronavirus lockdown in March forced the widespread cancellation of exhibitions.
Justin and Kairi Kett decided to set up Fork Kitchen and Deli, having both faced redundancy from their jobs in the hotel industry due to coronavirus.
A plaque of recognition was awarded to firefighters Gareth Robinson and Russell Grimsey, who respond to emergencies directly from the supermarket.
The inquest into the death of Averil Hart heard that records indicated her nutritional intake was not properly monitored after her hospital admission.
The service will relaunch next Monday, ending a period of uncertainty, following the collapse of its previous operator, Age UK Suffolk, in late July.
Julian Fiano experienced the unexpected economic costs of cancer first hand, after receiving his diagnosis back in 2016.
Regan Humphreys was last seen at approximately 6pm on Monday, October 5.
The order, which was enacted by Suffolk Police on Wednesday, means all residents of these homes must vacate the premises for a period of three months.
Jerell Reid, 19, of Batemen Road, London, admitted to possession of cocaine with intent to supply and possession of diamorphine with intent to supply.
The inaugural Class Arts exhibition, featuring artists who joined together during the lockdown, runs on Saturday and Sunday, from 10am until 4pm.
To coincide with Baby Loss Awareness Week, Natasha Gosling wants to spread the word about ectopic pregnancy, having suffered from the condition twice.
Parish councillors have been urged to recognise the groundswell of support for the petition, which seeks a review of the route's no-cycling status.
One of the GPs who assessed Averil, who died in 2012, admitted her experience treating patients with anorexia at the time was “practically nothing”.
The centre lost income after the lockdown shortened the opening season, while further expenses have been incurred to ensure the venue is Covid-secure.
Community members are encouraged to nominate families that could benefit from the scheme, which aims to deliver gift boxes the week before Christmas.
Police say they are treating this as an isolated incident and do not believe it is linked to any other incident being discussed on social media.