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Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

06 September 2021
Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

Off-duty army officer wages war on town's overgrown pathways

06 September 2021

Tidying up the area near his home has become a mission for an on-leave Army officer.


Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

30 August 2021
Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

Village hall re-opens after £29k revamp

30 August 2021

Villagers have celebrated the re-opening of their village hall after a £29,000 refurbishment.


Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021
Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

Action group warns of battery danger as they accuse company of using 'smoke and mirrors' over solar farm plans

29 August 2021

A group opposed to a vast solar farm has accused the firm of using ‘smoke and mirrors’ in an attempt to put a positive spin on changes to their plans.


Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

25 August 2021
Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

Council set to decide on plans to double size of existing village development

25 August 2021

Plans for more than 200 new homes to be built in a village will be discussed by councillors next week.


Chris gets set to take on London Marathon challenge

19 August 2021
Chris gets set to take on London Marathon challenge

Chris gets set to take on London Marathon challenge

19 August 2021

A stable manager is getting ready to pull on his running shoes to raise money for Racing Welfare.


Rachel set to fulfil Town Plate dream five years on

19 August 2021
Rachel set to fulfil Town Plate dream five years on

Rachel set to fulfil Town Plate dream five years on

19 August 2021

Five years after receiving terrible life-changing news, Rachel is ready for a return to the saddle to achieve her dream.


Walkers boost charity funds

18 August 2021
Walkers boost charity funds

Walkers boost charity funds

18 August 2021

The town's second edition of its summer nights walk has raised more than £3,000.


Town's SOS bus to become 'life-saver' once more as it brings crucial services to rural villages

10 July 2021
Town's SOS bus to become 'life-saver' once more as it brings crucial services to rural villages

Town's SOS bus to become 'life-saver' once more as it brings crucial services to rural villages

10 July 2021

A town's SOS bus is to get a second lease of life after its ownership was transferred to a newly-formed charity which will take its running.


Inside the stunning Japanese sake brewery and water gardens close to the Suffolk border

07 July 2021
Inside the stunning Japanese sake brewery and water gardens close to the Suffolk border

Inside the stunning Japanese sake brewery and water gardens close to the Suffolk border

07 July 2021

A unique fusion of English heritage and Japanese culture is back open and ready to be found by visitors.


How a Suffolk chef went from redundancy to a booming bakery business

05 July 2021
How a Suffolk chef went from redundancy to a booming bakery business

How a Suffolk chef went from redundancy to a booming bakery business

05 July 2021

Suffolk chef Ben Cockhill is living proof of the old adage that every cloud has a silver lining.


Former Suffolk town mayor dies after short illness

02 July 2021
Former Suffolk town mayor dies after short illness

Former Suffolk town mayor dies after short illness

02 July 2021

Tributes paid to 'very kind and loving husband and father'.


Martin’s striding out for cancer awareness

27 March 2021
Martin’s striding out for cancer awareness

Martin’s striding out for cancer awareness

27 March 2021

A former football club manager will be setting out on a 31-mile walk today as part of his mission to raise awareness of prostate cancer.


‘Disillusioned’ deputy mayor quits council over ‘politics’

20 March 2021
‘Disillusioned’ deputy mayor quits council over ‘politics’

‘Disillusioned’ deputy mayor quits council over ‘politics’

20 March 2021

A councillor has quit a town authority claiming that political factions within the council have prevented members from making a difference.


Stablelass goes extra mile to protect colleagues from virus' 'invisible threat'

14 December 2020
Stablelass goes extra mile to protect colleagues from virus' 'invisible threat'

Stablelass goes extra mile to protect colleagues from virus' 'invisible threat'

14 December 2020

A stablelass has been using her skill with needle and thread to help keep her work colleagues safe from the invisible threat of coronavirus.

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Matteo’s auctions festive hampers to raise funds for air ambulance

13 December 2020
Matteo’s auctions festive hampers to raise funds for air ambulance

Matteo’s auctions festive hampers to raise funds for air ambulance

13 December 2020

A schoolboy who has raised hundreds to support the region’s air ambulances is holding an online auction for three luxury Christmas hampers.


Residents' concerns about danger posed by trees after home narrowly escaped damage in storm

29 October 2020
Residents' concerns about danger posed by trees after home narrowly escaped damage in storm

Residents' concerns about danger posed by trees after home narrowly escaped damage in storm

29 October 2020

A couple, whose home narrowly escaped damage by a falling tree, claim concerns about the danger posed by trees opposite them have been ignored.


Trees for the chop after close shave

02 October 2020
Trees for the chop after close shave

Trees for the chop after close shave

02 October 2020

Urgent work is to be carried out on a belt of trees after one crashed to the ground in last week's high winds narrowly missing homes.


Wheels ready to spin with skate park set to open

24 August 2020
Wheels ready to spin with skate park set to open

Wheels ready to spin with skate park set to open

24 August 2020

A new £150,000 skate park will be up and running by the end of the month marking a triumph for the teenagers who led the project.


Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

21 August 2020
Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

Scout leader and former newsagent David dies at 76

21 August 2020

The funeral service for a former newsagent will be held at the church which he could see from his shop window for most of his working life.


Four star luxury hotel back open for business

20 August 2020
Four star luxury hotel back open for business

Four star luxury hotel back open for business

20 August 2020

A luxury four-star hotel has re-opened its restaurant, bar and terrace for business following months in lockdown.