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Long Melford community rallies for long-term battle against 150-home plan

05 August 2018
Long Melford community rallies for long-term battle against 150-home plan

Long Melford community rallies for long-term battle against 150-home plan

05 August 2018

A Long Melford community group, which is fighting major housing plans, is powering ahead with fundraising to help its battle against the development.


Task force determined to keep Sudbury Delphi site for industrial use

04 August 2018
Task force determined to keep Sudbury Delphi site for industrial use

Task force determined to keep Sudbury Delphi site for industrial use

04 August 2018

Babergh District Council’s leader says the last thing he wants to see at Delphi Diesel Systems in Sudbury is for the site to turn into homes.


Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

04 August 2018
Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

04 August 2018

Care home residents showed their green fingers in a gardening competition this summer, as part of a healthcare trust’s efforts to enhance wellbeing.


Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

04 August 2018
Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

04 August 2018

Nursery children in Sudbury learned the importance of keeping their local area clean when they helped community wardens clear litter in Great Cornard.


Bures homes face possible demolition after planning permission refused

03 August 2018
Bures homes face possible demolition after planning permission refused

Bures homes face possible demolition after planning permission refused

03 August 2018

A housing development in Bures may be demolished, after being retroactively refused planning permission because the homes exceeded their height limit.


Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

02 August 2018
Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

Glemsford factory's Brexit warning is 'not a bluff', says MP

02 August 2018

A Suffolk MP says a major employer in Glemsford is not bluffing about what will happen to their factory post-Brexit if no deal is reached with the EU.


Suffolk firm delighted after reaching final of national building awards

01 August 2018
Suffolk firm delighted after reaching final of national building awards

Suffolk firm delighted after reaching final of national building awards

01 August 2018

A Suffolk firm says it is incredibly proud after reaching the final of a national building awards, following success in a regional event.


Craftsman builds scale models of church to raise money for restoration

30 July 2018
Craftsman builds scale models of church to raise money for restoration

Craftsman builds scale models of church to raise money for restoration

30 July 2018

A collection of scale models of a Sudbury church, crafted from old pews, have gone up for sale, as the building seeks funds for restoration work.


Vision to transform neglected Halstead site into new park unveiled

26 July 2018
Vision to transform neglected Halstead site into new park unveiled

Vision to transform neglected Halstead site into new park unveiled

26 July 2018

A vision to revitalise a significant heritage site in Halstead, which has been abandoned for decades, will be unveiled at a public meeting tonight.


Memorial services to be held for well-known AFC Sudbury volunteer

25 July 2018
Memorial services to be held for well-known AFC Sudbury volunteer

Memorial services to be held for well-known AFC Sudbury volunteer

25 July 2018

Family and friends of a well-known former Sudbury police officer and football club volunteer, who died this month, will pay their respects on Monday.


Clare pupils praised for efforts to address plastic pollution

24 July 2018
Clare pupils praised for efforts to address plastic pollution

Clare pupils praised for efforts to address plastic pollution

24 July 2018

School pupils in Clare have been praised for their work to devise solutions to plastic pollution, as part of their environmental education this term.


Family of much-loved AFC Sudbury volunteer thanks community for support

21 July 2018
Family of much-loved AFC Sudbury volunteer thanks community for support

Family of much-loved AFC Sudbury volunteer thanks community for support

21 July 2018

The family of a long-serving Sudbury beat cop and football club volunteer say they have been overwhelmed by the messages of support since his death.


Hadleigh Nursing Home rebounds with strong CQC report

20 July 2018
Hadleigh Nursing Home rebounds with strong CQC report

Hadleigh Nursing Home rebounds with strong CQC report

20 July 2018

A care home has bounced back with a strong CQC report under new management, less than two years after closing due to going into special measures.


Sudbury school praises pupils for staging successful concerts

20 July 2018
Sudbury school praises pupils for staging successful concerts

Sudbury school praises pupils for staging successful concerts

20 July 2018

Tudor Primary School in Sudbury described a pair of concerts held for parents by pupils last week as a huge success.


Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

19 July 2018
Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

Major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh could receive almost £1m under new scheme

19 July 2018

Almost £1m could be invested into major projects in Sudbury and Hadleigh, as Suffolk looks to retain extra business rate money under a new scheme.


Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

19 July 2018
Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

Optimism around Lavenham TIC as hub proposal moves forward

19 July 2018

Faced with the possibility of closing, the future of Lavenham’s Tourist Information Centre appears brighter, as community hub proposals move forward.


Suffolk leisure trust merger approved

18 July 2018
Suffolk leisure trust merger approved

Suffolk leisure trust merger approved

18 July 2018

The leisure trust in charge of facilities in Sudbury and Hadleigh will merger with another Suffolk-based trust, after proposals were granted approval.


Sudbury therapist recalls tough upbringing in inspirational talk for students

18 July 2018
Sudbury therapist recalls tough upbringing in inspirational talk for students

Sudbury therapist recalls tough upbringing in inspirational talk for students

18 July 2018

A Sudbury-based psychotherapist revealed how she overcame an abusive upbringing to achieve success, in a special talk to inspire local students.


Sudbury restaurant's community litter pick hailed as 'huge success'

16 July 2018
Sudbury restaurant's community litter pick hailed as 'huge success'

Sudbury restaurant's community litter pick hailed as 'huge success'

16 July 2018

McDonald’s in Sudbury has hailed its final community litter pick of the year as a huge success.


Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

13 July 2018
Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

Minority says poll has given momentum to change Hadleigh council from within

13 July 2018

A ‘minority’ member of Hadleigh Town Council believes the momentum is building to change the authority from within, after recent local votes.