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SuffolkNews Podcast: New lease of life for former Café Rouge building in Bury St Edmunds and tributes paid to Haverhill actor Andy Letcher



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On today’s podcast, a pub company has agreed a deal to take over the former Café Rouge building in Bury St Edmunds.

The City Pub Company hopes to breathe new life into the Abbeygate Street property when it opens in 2022.

Tributes have been paid to a veteran Haverhill actor who died after collapsing at his house.

Andy Letcher, 69, joined the amateur dramatics society in the mid-1970s and was one of only 10 people to date to be made a life member.

He died last week after collapsing at his home.

Ipswich's MP Tom Hunt has blasted failings of Suffolk’s special educational needs and disabilities services as ‘unacceptable’.

And a Wickhambrook resident has called for a 20ft hedge to be cut amid fears that school children will be injured or killed.

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