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Hats off to traders as they have fun and raise funds for charity

Hats off to traders as they have fun and raise funds for charity

Hats off to traders as they have fun and raise funds for charity

19 March 2024

Colourful hats were donned by stallholders as they raised money for charity at their first craft fair in a village near the Suffolk/Essex border.


‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

‘It is life-changing.’ Visitors inspired by generosity and community spirit in poverty-stricken region

19 March 2024

Church group vows to use lessons from African visit to inspire their own congregations in Suffolk.


‘Quite frankly it has made me feel ill’: Mum on struggle to get special school place for her son

‘Quite frankly it has made me feel ill’: Mum on struggle to get special school place for her son

‘Quite frankly it has made me feel ill’: Mum on struggle to get special school place for her son

19 March 2024

A mum who fears her four-year-old will not be able to start at a special school in September has spoken about the anxiety it has caused her.


Man who spent teens battling leukaemia backs new strategy to support cancer patients

Man who spent teens battling leukaemia backs new strategy to support cancer patients

Man who spent teens battling leukaemia backs new strategy to support cancer patients

18 March 2024

A teaching assistant who spent his teens battling cancer is calling on political party leaders to improve the lives of those diagnosed with leukaemia.


Resident who successfully appealed multiple parking fines calls for overhaul of ticketing process

Resident who successfully appealed multiple parking fines calls for overhaul of ticketing process

Resident who successfully appealed multiple parking fines calls for overhaul of ticketing process

18 March 2024

A town resident who received a spate of parking fines has called for an overhaul of the ticketing process after he had the majority of them rescinded.


Police and family concerned for missing 45-year-old man after car found during search

Police and family concerned for missing 45-year-old man after car found during search

Police and family concerned for missing 45-year-old man after car found during search

18 March 2024

Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing 45-year-old man after his car was found during a search.


Charity says ‘do more to stop hardship’ as debt cases double

Charity says ‘do more to stop hardship’ as debt cases double

Charity says ‘do more to stop hardship’ as debt cases double

18 March 2024

After its debt cases doubled, a Suffolk charity calls for a better long-term crisis strategy from the Government and not ‘sticking plaster remedies.

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Runner ‘so looking forward’ to taking on 10th marathon for charity close to her heart

Runner ‘so looking forward’ to taking on 10th marathon for charity close to her heart

Runner ‘so looking forward’ to taking on 10th marathon for charity close to her heart

18 March 2024

A runner will be taking on her 10th marathon when she pulls on her rtainers for her next challenge.


The abandoned Suffolk ‘ghost road’ which used to connect town and village

The abandoned Suffolk ‘ghost road’ which used to connect town and village

The abandoned Suffolk ‘ghost road’ which used to connect town and village

18 March 2024

SuffolkNews explores the past of a dormant and forgotten route, which used to connect a village and town.

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Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

Here are some of Suffolk’s roadworks, closures and diversions for drivers in the coming weeks

17 March 2024

Here are some of the works going on in the next couple of weeks which could cause some delays to drivers.


‘I spent quite a few months in some really dark places’: Why farmer Tom is taking on Ultimate Triathlon

‘I spent quite a few months in some really dark places’: Why farmer Tom is taking on Ultimate Triathlon

‘I spent quite a few months in some really dark places’: Why farmer Tom is taking on Ultimate Triathlon

17 March 2024

A young farmer is preparing to take on a triathlon to raise awareness of mental health struggles he and others in his industry face.


Charity match in aid of hospice returns for a third time

Charity match in aid of hospice returns for a third time

Charity match in aid of hospice returns for a third time

16 March 2024

A charity cricket match that raises money for a Suffolk hospice is to return this year for a third time.


New headline act confirmed for music festival

New headline act confirmed for music festival

New headline act confirmed for music festival

16 March 2024

An indy band that came to prominence with top ten hits in the 1990s is to headline a Suffolk music festival formed in memory of a 13-year-old boy.


Renowned play to be staged in innovative theatre-in-the-round style

Renowned play to be staged in innovative theatre-in-the-round style

Renowned play to be staged in innovative theatre-in-the-round style

16 March 2024

One of the most iconic and influential plays of the revolutionary 1960s is being brought to a stage in Suffolk next week.


Drink-driver found to be more than double the limit

Drink-driver found to be more than double the limit

Drink-driver found to be more than double the limit

16 March 2024

A man whose driving near a Suffolk village aroused suspicion from police was arrested after being found to be double the drink-driving limit.


Band of Brothers star to retrace characters’ footsteps and jump from plane for D-Day commemorations

Band of Brothers star to retrace characters’ footsteps and jump from plane for D-Day commemorations

Band of Brothers star to retrace characters’ footsteps and jump from plane for D-Day commemorations

16 March 2024

A Suffolk resident who starred in an acclaimed war drama will fly to America for a documentary retracing the footsteps of his character.


‘I can’t be the only person who has fallen over’: Woman in call for pavement repairs after town centre falls

‘I can’t be the only person who has fallen over’: Woman in call for pavement repairs after town centre falls

‘I can’t be the only person who has fallen over’: Woman in call for pavement repairs after town centre falls

16 March 2024

A woman who was injured in two falls caused by uneven pavements in a town is calling for repairs.


‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

‘Nobody seems to be concerned’: Month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues leaves residents anxious and embarassed

15 March 2024

Several West Suffolk residents have spoken of a month’s worth of flooding and sewage issues in their area which has left them anxious and embarassed.


‘We can’t explain the joy’: Suffolk farm and wildlife park welcomes brown bear

‘We can’t explain the joy’: Suffolk farm and wildlife park welcomes brown bear

‘We can’t explain the joy’: Suffolk farm and wildlife park welcomes brown bear

15 March 2024

A brown bear which was at risk being put to sleep at a Swedish zoo has been welcomed at a Suffolk farm and wildlife park.


‘This is a joke right? Why didn’t they remark the rest of the road markings?’

‘This is a joke right? Why didn’t they remark the rest of the road markings?’

‘This is a joke right? Why didn’t they remark the rest of the road markings?’

15 March 2024

A Suffolk driving instructor has criticised road markings in an area of repairs – and hit out over the general state of the roads.

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