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Protest planned to demand action over river pollution

01 July 2022
Protest planned to demand action over river pollution

Protest planned to demand action over river pollution

01 July 2022

Campaigners concerned about the pollution afflicting Suffolk’s rivers are calling for action to turn the tide, ahead of an upcoming protest march.


Health club and spa celebrates Tripadvisor award after glowing customer reviews

30 June 2022
Health club and spa celebrates Tripadvisor award after glowing customer reviews

Health club and spa celebrates Tripadvisor award after glowing customer reviews

30 June 2022

A spa is celebrating a prestigious award from a national travel company, recognising businesses with consistently positive reviews over the past year.


'We must consider the shops': Council reveals preferred parking option

30 June 2022
'We must consider the shops': Council reveals preferred parking option

'We must consider the shops': Council reveals preferred parking option

30 June 2022

Councillors have voiced their support for an option about the future of a town’s main thoroughfare.

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Open gardens event brings community together to keep decades-old tradition alive

29 June 2022
Open gardens event brings community together to keep decades-old tradition alive

Open gardens event brings community together to keep decades-old tradition alive

29 June 2022

Organisers believe that the annual occasion, which dates back to 1967, is the oldest charity open gardens event in the country.


Brewery outlines shift to sustainable practices after installing solar panel system

29 June 2022
Brewery outlines shift to sustainable practices after installing solar panel system

Brewery outlines shift to sustainable practices after installing solar panel system

29 June 2022

An independent brewery has committed to energy efficiency, after adding a new solar installation which hopes to save thousands of pounds each year.


Town salutes service and sacrifice of military personnel on Armed Forces Day

27 June 2022
Town salutes service and sacrifice of military personnel on Armed Forces Day

Town salutes service and sacrifice of military personnel on Armed Forces Day

27 June 2022

The sacrifice of Suffolk’s serving military personnel was recognised in a town-wide celebration of Armed Forces Day.


Solar park scheme proposed by manufacturing firm

27 June 2022
Solar park scheme proposed by manufacturing firm

Solar park scheme proposed by manufacturing firm

27 June 2022

Plans to build a new solar park have been proposed by a local manufacturing business, which hopes to slash almost 500 tonnes of carbon emissions.


How artist's 'oxymoron' exhibition is helping shed light on domestic abuse

26 June 2022
How artist's 'oxymoron' exhibition is helping shed light on domestic abuse

How artist's 'oxymoron' exhibition is helping shed light on domestic abuse

26 June 2022

A new solo exhibition of oxymoron art is aiming raise money and awareness for Compassion, a Suffolk-based domestic abuse charity.


'My business will not survive at this rate'

25 June 2022
'My business will not survive at this rate'

'My business will not survive at this rate'

25 June 2022

The impact of inflation has left a small business fearful that it “will not survive another two months”, if the rate of decline in sales continues.


Care home pledges to improve after safety failings

24 June 2022
Care home pledges to improve after safety failings

Care home pledges to improve after safety failings

24 June 2022

A Suffolk care home has pledged to take action to improve its safeguarding procedures, after a regulator identified failings in its latest inspection.


Primary school pupils enjoy taste of 'big top' with circus workshops

23 June 2022
Primary school pupils enjoy taste of 'big top' with circus workshops

Primary school pupils enjoy taste of 'big top' with circus workshops

23 June 2022

A series of circus workshops were held on the grounds of the school, as pupils learned tricks such as plate spinning, juggling and using a diabolo.


New cinema and hotel among fresh plans to regenerate town centre

23 June 2022
New cinema and hotel among fresh plans to regenerate town centre

New cinema and hotel among fresh plans to regenerate town centre

23 June 2022

Refreshed proposals to regenerate a town – including plans for a new hotel and cinema – have been unveiled.


Green Sunday market celebrates anniversary with focus on sustainable transport

22 June 2022
Green Sunday market celebrates anniversary with focus on sustainable transport

Green Sunday market celebrates anniversary with focus on sustainable transport

22 June 2022

An eco-conscious monthly market brought sustainable transport and recycling to the forefront, as it celebrated one year since its launch.


Community defibrillator installed outside pub as campaign targets 22 devices before end of 2022

21 June 2022
Community defibrillator installed outside pub as campaign targets 22 devices before end of 2022

Community defibrillator installed outside pub as campaign targets 22 devices before end of 2022

21 June 2022

Public access to emergency defibrillators in south Suffolk has received another boost, with the addition of a new device outside a local pub.


Grand-kids, dog and countryside walks inspire former firefighter's children's book for charity

21 June 2022
Grand-kids, dog and countryside walks inspire former firefighter's children's book for charity

Grand-kids, dog and countryside walks inspire former firefighter's children's book for charity

21 June 2022

A veteran firefighter drew inspiration from his grandchildren to leave a lasting legacy for them, while also supporting a charity close to his heart.


Pub strives to shine light on homelessness with 'sleep out' under the stars

18 June 2022
Pub strives to shine light on homelessness with 'sleep out' under the stars

Pub strives to shine light on homelessness with 'sleep out' under the stars

18 June 2022

A night under the stars on cardboard sheets beckons for a team of pub staff, who wish to highlight the plight of homeless people in Suffolk.


Firefighters catch the eyes with 'biggest training drill in two decades' at village scrapyard

17 June 2022
Firefighters catch the eyes with 'biggest training drill in two decades' at village scrapyard

Firefighters catch the eyes with 'biggest training drill in two decades' at village scrapyard

17 June 2022

An elaborate disaster response drill caught the eyes this month, in what is thought to be the county’s biggest exercise of its kind for 20 years.


Police urged to use high-tech cameras to tackle criminals entering town

17 June 2022
Police urged to use high-tech cameras to tackle criminals entering town

Police urged to use high-tech cameras to tackle criminals entering town

17 June 2022

A vehicle camera pilot scheme to target criminals has been formally requested, as police confirmed that tackling county lines remains a top priority.


Garden centre business invites nominations of worthy causes to mark 21st anniversary

16 June 2022
Garden centre business invites nominations of worthy causes to mark 21st anniversary

Garden centre business invites nominations of worthy causes to mark 21st anniversary

16 June 2022

A garden centre business celebrating more than two decades of trade is seeking nominations of local causes worthy of a donation.


Plans for future of Suffolk market town to be unveiled at new public exhibition launching today

16 June 2022
Plans for future of Suffolk market town to be unveiled at new public exhibition launching today

Plans for future of Suffolk market town to be unveiled at new public exhibition launching today

16 June 2022

Details of the developments set to shape the future of a Suffolk town will be revealed in a three-day public showcase, which kicks off this evening.