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‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

‘The need for the countryside has never been greater’ says National Trust director

10 August 2020

The National Trust is emerging from lockdown with visitors back in its nature reserves and gardens.


Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

09 August 2020

BLS English has not qualified for rates relief or Government support through Covid-19 crisis.


Local businesses key to brewery’s survival

Local businesses key to brewery’s survival

Local businesses key to brewery’s survival

08 August 2020

Roughacre Brewery in Castle Camps has 'survived' lockdown thanks to the support given by other local businesses


Number 10 in Lavenham encouraged by benefits of Eat Out to Help Out scheme after increase in bookings

Number 10 in Lavenham encouraged by benefits of Eat Out to Help Out scheme after increase in bookings

Number 10 in Lavenham encouraged by benefits of Eat Out to Help Out scheme after increase in bookings

07 August 2020

After the Government scheme was launched on Monday, Joanna Knight, who runs the business with husband Rod Benson, said she noticed a rise in footfall.


Cyclist Café in Sudbury to remain shut until 2022 due to uncertainty around coronavirus and Brexit

Cyclist Café in Sudbury to remain shut until 2022 due to uncertainty around coronavirus and Brexit

Cyclist Café in Sudbury to remain shut until 2022 due to uncertainty around coronavirus and Brexit

07 August 2020

The Cyclist Café voiced its thanks to customers, staff and suppliers for their support, after confirming it will take a temporary hiatus from trading.


This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

07 August 2020

From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.


This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

07 August 2020

From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.


This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

07 August 2020

From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.


Lavenham convenience store applauds staff's dedication during coronavirus pandemic

Lavenham convenience store applauds staff's dedication during coronavirus pandemic

Lavenham convenience store applauds staff's dedication during coronavirus pandemic

07 August 2020

Whilst experiencing a rise in demand at the height of the lockdown, A R Heeks and Son in Market Place adopted a new approach to trade efficiently.


Virus sees backlog at hospital grow

Virus sees backlog at hospital grow

Virus sees backlog at hospital grow

07 August 2020

Nearly 500 patients are waiting more than a year for appointments as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.


Bowling alley handing out free slushes today as fund-raiser launched to help keep venue 'afloat'

Bowling alley handing out free slushes today as fund-raiser launched to help keep venue 'afloat'

Bowling alley handing out free slushes today as fund-raiser launched to help keep venue 'afloat'

07 August 2020

A fund-raiser has been launched for a popular bowling alley after its manager was left ‘devastated’ by the Government’s decision to delay reopening.


Mill Tye Gallery in Great Cornard urges public to help aspiring artists after reopening from coronavirus lockdown

Mill Tye Gallery in Great Cornard urges public to help aspiring artists after reopening from coronavirus lockdown

Mill Tye Gallery in Great Cornard urges public to help aspiring artists after reopening from coronavirus lockdown

07 August 2020

Highlighting the impact the crisis has had on budding artists, gallery owner Peter Rumsey says it is now more difficult for creators to earn a living.


Jail for woman who coughed at PC claiming she had Covid

Jail for woman who coughed at PC claiming she had Covid

Jail for woman who coughed at PC claiming she had Covid

07 August 2020

A woman who has hundreds of convictions to her name has been locked up after coughing at a police officer as she claimed she had coronavirus.


White Horse in Sudbury warns of risk of people being complacent with coronavirus safety guidelines

White Horse in Sudbury warns of risk of people being complacent with coronavirus safety guidelines

White Horse in Sudbury warns of risk of people being complacent with coronavirus safety guidelines

06 August 2020

Ashley Addison, who runs the pub with husband Gary, says a majority of customers have been abiding by the rules, but some are becoming too complacent.


Latest coronavirus figures in your area

Latest coronavirus figures in your area

Latest coronavirus figures in your area

05 August 2020

West Suffolk, Mid Suffolk, Babergh and Breckland have seen a slight week on week increase in coronavirus cases.


Council launches second phase of support for businesses with a rateable value over £51,000

Council launches second phase of support for businesses with a rateable value over £51,000

Council launches second phase of support for businesses with a rateable value over £51,000

05 August 2020

West Suffolk Council is encouraging applications for phase two of the 'local scheme' to help businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.


Guided walks in Sudbury announced for Heritage Open Day to aid town's recovery from coronavirus crisis

Guided walks in Sudbury announced for Heritage Open Day to aid town's recovery from coronavirus crisis

Guided walks in Sudbury announced for Heritage Open Day to aid town's recovery from coronavirus crisis

04 August 2020

The walks, taking place in September, will follow a range of themes, such as Sudbury's silk heritage and famous local artist Thomas Gainsborough.


Pizza Express could close 67 restaurants with 1,100 jobs at risk

Pizza Express could close 67 restaurants with 1,100 jobs at risk

Pizza Express could close 67 restaurants with 1,100 jobs at risk

04 August 2020

The restaurant chain plans to close 15 per cent of its outlets.


Restaurant saved in rescue deal

Restaurant saved in rescue deal

Restaurant saved in rescue deal

04 August 2020

A Bury St Edmunds restaurant has been saved in a takeover deal.


Long Melford Osteopaths rejuvenated at family business after contemplating closing during coronavirus crisis

Long Melford Osteopaths rejuvenated at family business after contemplating closing during coronavirus crisis

Long Melford Osteopaths rejuvenated at family business after contemplating closing during coronavirus crisis

04 August 2020

Phillip Tanswell has operated Long Melford Osteopaths in Hall Street for almost four decades, while his daughter Thecla has now become a joint owner.


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