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SuffolkNews podcast: Bury St Edmunds residents fed up over 'pop-up' cycle lanes and vacant former Bury shop could become Greek restaurant

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In today's podcast, fed-up residents and shopkeepers are calling for the removal of two sets of cycles lanes in Bury St Edmunds - and a block on plans for others.

The plans have been described as hazardous and harming to business.

A vacant former clothes shop in Bury town centre could become a Greek restaurant under new plans submitted to West Suffolk Council.

The empty Jaeger shop, which was Andy's Records in the 1980s and 1990s, could become 'The Olive Grove'.

A savvy DIY mum from Lakenheath has revealed how she transformed her kids' old playhouse into an incredible gingerbread grotto for £50.

Stevie Gadsby, 30, teamed up with her husband Benjamin, 32, to give the neglected toy a festive makeover and turn it into a home decoration.

The whole transformation took Stevie about a week and only £50 in supplies, and has impressed her friends on Facebook.