The first of wave of music and comedy acts have been confirmed for one of the UK’s largest cultural festivals, which returns to Suffolk next summer.
Young befrienders are determined to give their elderly companions a festive greeting, as they begin a fundraising initiative.
The Christmas mood was bouncing this week, as groups turned out in their dozens to decorate their festive trees for an annual festival.
The final piece in the funding jigsaw for a social enterprise’s long-term expansion project has been secured.
The restoration of a historic property has been green-lit, after planners ruled that its retention far outweighed any harm.
A family-run skating club says it is eager to get people away from computer screens, and show them the physical and mental benefits of the sport.
Visitor numbers to a museum celebrating a famous Suffolk artist have risen twofold from pre-Covid levels, on the first anniversary of its expansion.
The local generosity to assist a vulnerable woman has been lauded by carers helping to restore her home, which was left in an unlivable condition.
A high street bookshop chain says it is excited to make its mark, as it opens its new branch in a Suffolk market town today.
Sixth-form students preparing to transition into the world of work are set to benefit from a new pilot scheme to learn the essentials for employment.
A Suffolk village’s annual autumn craft fair has raised almost £2,000 to benefit stroke survivors.
Lottery funding worth £750,000 has provided a much-needed boost for south Suffolk’s voluntary sector, as pressure on local charities rises.
All good things must come to an end – and so it was the case for a long-standing farming group, which gathered one last time to celebrate its history.
A campaign demanding stricter punishments for people carrying knives has been launched by a Suffolk mother, after her teenage son was murdered.
A celebratory mood has spread across a Suffolk school, after it was praised for completing a rapid turnaround in its latest Ofsted inspection.
The burgeoning UK Men’s Shed movement has set its sights on serving older men, many of whom feel isolated after retiring from work.
A Suffolk town’s main Post Office branch is finally set to re-open to customers next month.
A family-run silk company, now in its tenth generation, has described entering an exciting new chapter, after speaking about its 300-year history.
A tenant has described having to boil a kettle and fill a bucket to get hot water, as the authority announced funds to clear a backlog of repairs.
A Suffolk academic says she hopes to make a positive long-term impact on managers in fast-changing flexible workplaces post-Covid.