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£100k care farm supporting people with learning difficulties gets the go-ahead

£100k care farm supporting people with learning difficulties gets the go-ahead

£100k care farm supporting people with learning difficulties gets the go-ahead

08 November 2022

Council funding for a “care farm” supporting people with challenges such as learning disabilities has been approved despite concerns.


Launch of shop where everything is vegetarian and vegan-friendly

Launch of shop where everything is vegetarian and vegan-friendly

Launch of shop where everything is vegetarian and vegan-friendly

07 November 2022

A new eco-convenience store has opened in a Suffolk town that promises to put consumers – and the planet – first.


'Binfluencers' called on to help name new eco-friendly lorry fleet

'Binfluencers' called on to help name new eco-friendly lorry fleet

'Binfluencers' called on to help name new eco-friendly lorry fleet

01 November 2022

Wordplay wizards are being called on as two councils ask the public to name its new fleet of eco-friendly bin lorries.


Woman cycling along major route injured in three-way crash

Woman cycling along major route injured in three-way crash

Woman cycling along major route injured in three-way crash

31 October 2022

A cyclist has been injured following a three-way crash on a major route.


Tales of town's First World War soldiers brought to life for future generations in new book

Tales of town's First World War soldiers brought to life for future generations in new book

Tales of town's First World War soldiers brought to life for future generations in new book

28 October 2022

The stories of Suffolk soldiers, who fought in all corners of the globe, will be revived in a fresh historical account set for release in November.


Here's what we thought of popular farm's Halloween trail this half term

Here's what we thought of popular farm's Halloween trail this half term

Here's what we thought of popular farm's Halloween trail this half term

28 October 2022

A Suffolk farm has gone all out for Halloween, with children able to visit a creepy cabin, ride a beastie barrel train and explore a maze of mystery.


NHS dental staffing crisis branded 'grotesque' as Dentaid charity brings much-needed relief to town

NHS dental staffing crisis branded 'grotesque' as Dentaid charity brings much-needed relief to town

NHS dental staffing crisis branded 'grotesque' as Dentaid charity brings much-needed relief to town

27 October 2022

The long-awaited visit of a dental charity to Suffolk gave toothache sufferers some much-needed relief, after months without an NHS appointment.


Group of councillors boycott meeting

Group of councillors boycott meeting

Group of councillors boycott meeting

26 October 2022

All members of the Conservative group of councillors at Babergh District Council were absent at yesterday evening’s full council meeting.


'It's the icing on the cake': Young entrepreneur scoops innovator of the year award

'It's the icing on the cake': Young entrepreneur scoops innovator of the year award

'It's the icing on the cake': Young entrepreneur scoops innovator of the year award

21 October 2022

More than 160 people gathered for the Babergh and Mid Suffolk Innovation Awards last night.


Mother and daughter who set up child care space at university to graduate together

Mother and daughter who set up child care space at university to graduate together

Mother and daughter who set up child care space at university to graduate together

19 October 2022

An 'inspirational' mother and daughter who helped set up a service for parents at university will graduate together this week.


Why this firm has changed its name after 90 years

Why this firm has changed its name after 90 years

Why this firm has changed its name after 90 years

19 October 2022

A specialist supply company approaching 90 years of trade is undergoing a substantial re-branding.


Town council raise fears over £850,000 sports pitch

Town council raise fears over £850,000 sports pitch

Town council raise fears over £850,000 sports pitch

17 October 2022

Councillors are concerned about the environmental and financial implications of a planned £850,000 football pitch.


Concerns over 'nightmare' 25-mile diversion as key route to shut

Concerns over 'nightmare' 25-mile diversion as key route to shut

Concerns over 'nightmare' 25-mile diversion as key route to shut

17 October 2022

Concerns have been raised over a massive diversion which is about 25 miles between two towns at the end of the month.


Art exhibition showcases sights of Suffolk and beyond

Art exhibition showcases sights of Suffolk and beyond

Art exhibition showcases sights of Suffolk and beyond

13 October 2022

An art exhibition highlighting the sights of south Suffolk and beyond enjoyed a strong opening weekend.


Emergency dental clinics to make first-time visits to towns

Emergency dental clinics to make first-time visits to towns

Emergency dental clinics to make first-time visits to towns

10 October 2022

Emergency dental clinics will be held in two Suffolk towns next week for people not registered with a dentist and suffering toothache.


Village set for 44 new homes as council approves application despite concerns

Village set for 44 new homes as council approves application despite concerns

Village set for 44 new homes as council approves application despite concerns

05 October 2022

A 44-home development has been approved by a district council, despite concerns about parking, environmental impact and flooding.


Further bird flu case confirmed

Further bird flu case confirmed

Further bird flu case confirmed

05 October 2022

A further case of bird flu has been confirmed at a commercial premises in a Suffolk village.


Plans for 44 homes in village recommended for approval

Plans for 44 homes in village recommended for approval

Plans for 44 homes in village recommended for approval

26 September 2022

Plans for a 44-home development on countryside land have been recommended for approval by council officers, despite residents’ worries.


Fourth case of bird flu confirmed in Suffolk

Fourth case of bird flu confirmed in Suffolk

Fourth case of bird flu confirmed in Suffolk

25 September 2022

An outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed at premises near a town – the fourth in Suffolk since last weekend.


Key road closed after three-car crash and telephone pole brought down

Key road closed after three-car crash and telephone pole brought down

Key road closed after three-car crash and telephone pole brought down

21 September 2022

The main road has been closed off after a three-vehicle crash and a telephone pole was brought down


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