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Possible Banksy artwork in Bury St Edmunds to a fire that engulfed workshops at Rosewood Stud, this is Suffolk's week in six pictures




Another three possible Banksy artworks have been found in Bury St Edmunds, with one being found on a morning dog walk, another on High Baxter Street and a third on Dettingen Way.

Seven fire crews tackled a blaze in a workshop Rosewood Stud farm on Freckenham Road, near Chippenham, battling the fire for three hours.

This is Suffolk's week in pictures.

Mysterious pieces of artwork have been appearing in Bury St Edmunds, and some believe they could be the work of Banksy. The organiser of an art exhibition in the town found one of the creations on her morning dog walk. Residents have also seen artwork that is similar to the famous artists' on High Baxter Street and outside Becketts Financial Services on Dettingen Way. Sam Reid, of Bury St Edmunds, found one, which depicts a young girl trying to catch a flight of doves. Do you think Banksy has paid us a visit? Picture: Andy Abbott.
Mysterious pieces of artwork have been appearing in Bury St Edmunds, and some believe they could be the work of Banksy. The organiser of an art exhibition in the town found one of the creations on her morning dog walk. Residents have also seen artwork that is similar to the famous artists' on High Baxter Street and outside Becketts Financial Services on Dettingen Way. Sam Reid, of Bury St Edmunds, found one, which depicts a young girl trying to catch a flight of doves. Do you think Banksy has paid us a visit? Picture: Andy Abbott.
Seven fire crews tackled a blaze in a workshop at a stud farm on Freckenham Road, near Chippenham, on Wednesday. Six fire engines were sent to the scene from Newmarket, Burwell, Soham and Mildenhall at around 9.30am after a fire broke out at Rosewood Stud. Crews were still battling the fire three hours later, with a further appliance deployed from Cottenham at midday. The roof of the workshop partially collapsed on one building.
Seven fire crews tackled a blaze in a workshop at a stud farm on Freckenham Road, near Chippenham, on Wednesday. Six fire engines were sent to the scene from Newmarket, Burwell, Soham and Mildenhall at around 9.30am after a fire broke out at Rosewood Stud. Crews were still battling the fire three hours later, with a further appliance deployed from Cottenham at midday. The roof of the workshop partially collapsed on one building.
Nine Jars in Haverhill is Suffolk’s only representative in the final 15 of the British Institute of Innkeeping National Licensee of the Year award. The semi-final spot recognised how the family-run business has responded to the national lockdowns by constantly changing their model to offer everything from a takeaway and online service to a community hub. Pictured: Daniel Nunn (Chef) and Morgan Jones (Assistant Manager). Picture by Mecha Morton.
Nine Jars in Haverhill is Suffolk’s only representative in the final 15 of the British Institute of Innkeeping National Licensee of the Year award. The semi-final spot recognised how the family-run business has responded to the national lockdowns by constantly changing their model to offer everything from a takeaway and online service to a community hub. Pictured: Daniel Nunn (Chef) and Morgan Jones (Assistant Manager). Picture by Mecha Morton.
Martin Hogg, 70, has come out of retirement and returned to work to become a delivery driver at Dough & Co in Bury St Edmunds. He applied for a job at Dough&co Woodfired Pizza, on Abbeygate Street, in January during the third lockdown after going 'stir-crazy' at home. Martin has since become a popular figure with customers due to his smart attire and positivity towards the job. Thanks for keeping us all smiling, Martin! Picture by Mecha Morton.
Martin Hogg, 70, has come out of retirement and returned to work to become a delivery driver at Dough & Co in Bury St Edmunds. He applied for a job at Dough&co Woodfired Pizza, on Abbeygate Street, in January during the third lockdown after going 'stir-crazy' at home. Martin has since become a popular figure with customers due to his smart attire and positivity towards the job. Thanks for keeping us all smiling, Martin! Picture by Mecha Morton.
Fire crews from Lowestoft, Wrentham and Beccles were called to assist a 32-year-old horse on Thursday morning, after it became stuck in a pond in Mutford. Crews were called to the scene at Holly Lane at 8.30am, after 'Tango' the horse fell into the pond and became trapped. Firefighters used specialist rescue equipment to remove Tango safely. Picture: Lowestoft South Fire Station.
Fire crews from Lowestoft, Wrentham and Beccles were called to assist a 32-year-old horse on Thursday morning, after it became stuck in a pond in Mutford. Crews were called to the scene at Holly Lane at 8.30am, after 'Tango' the horse fell into the pond and became trapped. Firefighters used specialist rescue equipment to remove Tango safely. Picture: Lowestoft South Fire Station.
The Victorian signal box in Lakenheath has been demolished. Residents were only informed a week before the removal of the box which has been a pinnacle of the village for generations. The building was one of only 166 that remain in the country, although it had been out of use for several years, and was considered a landmark within the village.
The Victorian signal box in Lakenheath has been demolished. Residents were only informed a week before the removal of the box which has been a pinnacle of the village for generations. The building was one of only 166 that remain in the country, although it had been out of use for several years, and was considered a landmark within the village.

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