SuffolkNews Podcast: Bury St Edmunds Co-op Food supermarket in Mildenhall Road set to shut in August
In today’s podcast, we have news that a Bury St Edmunds supermarket is set to close next month.
The Co-operative Food, in Mildenhall Road, will shut on August 19 after the expiry of its lease.
To read what a spokesperson for the Co-op said, click here.
A country home owned by a famous Italian jockey is now on the rental market.
Frankie Dettori, who recently won his ninth Ascot Gold Cup, and his wife Catherine, bought the seven-bedroom Hare Park Stud House in Six Mile Bottom, Newmarket in 2003.
As the racing legend is set to retire this year at the age of 52, fans can now rent the countryside estate for £15,000 a month on rental with Jackson-Stops.
Follow this link, to find out more.
The owner of a Suffolk flying school has said he is ‘back to square one’ after a potential deal for a new home for the business fell through.
Skyward Flight Training was given a letter from Rougham Estate in February this year, informing Chris Shepherd-Rose that his school had to leave the site’s airfield, near Bury St Edmunds, in May.
Click here to read why the deal fell through. .
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