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Made in Suffolk: Luxury fashion brand celebrates 10 years

Made in Suffolk: Luxury fashion brand celebrates 10 years

Made in Suffolk: Luxury fashion brand celebrates 10 years

24 September 2021

A Suffolk clothing manufacturer has reached a milestone in its proud history.


Businesses help to create a colourful two-wheeled trail

Businesses help to create a colourful two-wheeled trail

Businesses help to create a colourful two-wheeled trail

24 September 2021

A town trail that promotes business in a Suffolk town and the forthcoming The Women’s Tour has been launched.


Little shop scoops national award

Little shop scoops national award

Little shop scoops national award

24 September 2021

A small shop run by volunteers has won a national award for its work in the community.


Town centre recommended as a visitor destination by huge majority in survey

Town centre recommended as a visitor destination by huge majority in survey

Town centre recommended as a visitor destination by huge majority in survey

23 September 2021

A town centre has received a boost after a survey found an overwhelming majority would recommend it for a visit.


McDonald's clarifies when its new restaurant will be open

McDonald's clarifies when its new restaurant will be open

McDonald's clarifies when its new restaurant will be open

23 September 2021

McDonald's confirms that the opening day of its new fast-food restaurant is just weeks away.


Well-known fundraiser launches own plant-based cookery business

Well-known fundraiser launches own plant-based cookery business

Well-known fundraiser launches own plant-based cookery business

23 September 2021

A well-known fundraiser is launching her own business after a life-long love affair with food.


‘Relaxed vibe’ offered by newly opened café

‘Relaxed vibe’ offered by newly opened café

‘Relaxed vibe’ offered by newly opened café

22 September 2021

A new artisan bakery café has opened in a Suffolk town, representing an exciting new business chapter for its owners.


Building society to open branch at long vacant former shop

Building society to open branch at long vacant former shop

Building society to open branch at long vacant former shop

21 September 2021

A building society has signed a 10-year lease to open a branch at a former shop in a town centre.


How an injured war veteran became one of Suffolk's most recognisable high street names

How an injured war veteran became one of Suffolk's most recognisable high street names

How an injured war veteran became one of Suffolk's most recognisable high street names

21 September 2021

Suffolk company Hughes Electrical celebrates its centenary this year having outlasted most of its specialist competition.


Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

Warning over fake Wetherspoon offer which wants your details

20 September 2021

Social media users are being warned about fake free meal deals pretending to be from pub chain Wetherspoon.


Post Office card account changes explained

Post Office card account changes explained

Post Office card account changes explained

20 September 2021

The arrangements for Post Office card accounts is changing for those on benefits or collecting a state pension. Here's the latest:


Major employer set for expansion

Major employer set for expansion

Major employer set for expansion

20 September 2021

A major employer is set to expand after a record growth year and two land deals.


Techies invent ingenious anti-Covid device

Techies invent ingenious anti-Covid device

Techies invent ingenious anti-Covid device

20 September 2021

A technology company has pioneered a device which turns mildly salty tap water into a powerful disinfectant.


Champagne celebrations as landmark hall notches up 35 years

Champagne celebrations as landmark hall notches up 35 years

Champagne celebrations as landmark hall notches up 35 years

20 September 2021

The owner and staff at a landmark hotel celebrated 35 years in business with a glass of champers.


Horse riders celebrate 25th birthday of popular equestrian school

Horse riders celebrate 25th birthday of popular equestrian school

Horse riders celebrate 25th birthday of popular equestrian school

19 September 2021

A riding school that began life with ‘one horse and no money’ is celebrating its 25th anniversary.


New baby and toddler shop opens in town

New baby and toddler shop opens in town

New baby and toddler shop opens in town

19 September 2021

A new shop for baby and toddler clothes has opened after a trial run as a pop-up.


Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

17 September 2021

Business owners have warned that disruptions to the food supply chain “will only get worse” if the current shortage of HGV drivers is not resolved.


The Original Factory Shop excited to be part of community after concession launch at Co-op

The Original Factory Shop excited to be part of community after concession launch at Co-op

The Original Factory Shop excited to be part of community after concession launch at Co-op

16 September 2021

A discount retail chain has voiced its delight at the response to the launch of its new partnership with a supermarket.


Five bakeries you should visit to celebrate National Hospitality Day

Five bakeries you should visit to celebrate National Hospitality Day

Five bakeries you should visit to celebrate National Hospitality Day

16 September 2021

Fancy a delicious pastry or a tasty fresh cake? Here's five bakeries you need to visit to celebrate National Hospitality Day.


Pub to cut prices on Tax Equality Day to support plea for permanent VAT reduction for hospitality trade

Pub to cut prices on Tax Equality Day to support plea for permanent VAT reduction for hospitality trade

Pub to cut prices on Tax Equality Day to support plea for permanent VAT reduction for hospitality trade

15 September 2021

The reduced VAT rate of five per cent for food and drink in hospitality venues, announced by the Chancellor in July 2020, will end on October 1.


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