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Assistance dog would transform the life of Isaac,11

Assistance dog would transform the life of Isaac,11

Assistance dog would transform the life of Isaac,11

31 July 2020

Helen and Denny Collier, of Haverhill, want to provide their son Isaac, 11, with an assistance dog through the charity Supporting Paws


Police called after World War Two gun found at Thorpe Morieux farm

Police called after World War Two gun found at Thorpe Morieux farm

Police called after World War Two gun found at Thorpe Morieux farm

31 July 2020

The weapon was also found with several rounds of ammunition.


RAF Honington commemorates 80th anniversary of bomber squadron

RAF Honington commemorates 80th anniversary of bomber squadron

RAF Honington commemorates 80th anniversary of bomber squadron

30 July 2020

It was the only Czechoslovak-manned bomber squadron of the RAF during World War Two.


NHS and key worker bench at cemetery 'a memorial to the times we are living through'

NHS and key worker bench at cemetery 'a memorial to the times we are living through'

NHS and key worker bench at cemetery 'a memorial to the times we are living through'

29 July 2020

The blue bench has been installed at Bury St Edmunds cemetery.


West Suffolk Council offers fast track process for pavement licences

West Suffolk Council offers fast track process for pavement licences

West Suffolk Council offers fast track process for pavement licences

28 July 2020

The move has been implemented to help hospitality businesses


Thetford Forest police operation targets illegal off-road vehicles

Thetford Forest police operation targets illegal off-road vehicles

Thetford Forest police operation targets illegal off-road vehicles

28 July 2020

The multi-agency operation saw success.


'Our beautiful boy managed to breathe all by himself'

'Our beautiful boy managed to breathe all by himself'

'Our beautiful boy managed to breathe all by himself'

28 July 2020

Bury St Edmunds teenager Sid Hudson who suffered brain injury in a fall at the town's skatepark breathes unaided and speaks.


Neighbourhoods with most coronavirus deaths according to interactive map

Neighbourhoods with most coronavirus deaths according to interactive map

Neighbourhoods with most coronavirus deaths according to interactive map

28 July 2020

The number of coronavirus deaths in neighbourhoods across Suffolk and Norfolk has been revealed in a map from the Office for National Statistics.


Nearly Festival is back next month

Nearly Festival is back next month

Nearly Festival is back next month

27 July 2020

The festival will be the conclusion to a music-packed August weekend.


West Suffolk Council opens its community chest to groups

West Suffolk Council opens its community chest to groups

West Suffolk Council opens its community chest to groups

27 July 2020

Many organisations have been supported by this annual grants scheme.


West Suffolk Hospital patient with coronavirus dies

West Suffolk Hospital patient with coronavirus dies

West Suffolk Hospital patient with coronavirus dies

27 July 2020

It takes the total number of coronavirus-related deaths at the trust, since the start of the pandemic, to 80.


Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

Two men's bid to protect a part of the rainforest

27 July 2020

Two men from Suffolk have relaunched a book to raise money and tackle one part of a rainforest's newest threat.


Woman, 94, in plea for return of mementos of late husband after purse stolen

Woman, 94, in plea for return of mementos of late husband after purse stolen

Woman, 94, in plea for return of mementos of late husband after purse stolen

27 July 2020

Her purse was stolen while she was out shopping in Bury St Edmunds.


Theatre Royal director makes pledge as venues prepare to go live

Theatre Royal director makes pledge as venues prepare to go live

Theatre Royal director makes pledge as venues prepare to go live

26 July 2020

Live indoor performances are potentially being able to restart from August 1.


James ready for 48-hour 48-mile fund-raising feat

James ready for 48-hour 48-mile fund-raising feat

James ready for 48-hour 48-mile fund-raising feat

25 July 2020

Bury St Edmunds man is taking on tough challenge in aid of the Warm Baby Project.


Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

Teachers raise hundreds for Banham Zoo

25 July 2020

Their route included Bury, Lowestoft and Ipswich.


West Suffolk Council agrees environmental taskforce plans

West Suffolk Council agrees environmental taskforce plans

West Suffolk Council agrees environmental taskforce plans

25 July 2020

Plans include a 'carbon budget' to help the council reach their goal.


Bury Bowl-ed over by second alley mural

Bury Bowl-ed over by second alley mural

Bury Bowl-ed over by second alley mural

25 July 2020

It follows a mural by the artists on the site that thanks NHS staff and key workers.


Walks encourage exercise as well as promoting history

Walks encourage exercise as well as promoting history

Walks encourage exercise as well as promoting history

25 July 2020

A series of walks called 'Suffolk Steps' includes routes in Haverhill and Clare


Bury St Edmunds charity to transform its services with community hub

Bury St Edmunds charity to transform its services with community hub

Bury St Edmunds charity to transform its services with community hub

24 July 2020

After being forced to close its day care for people with dementia and their carers due to the coronavirus pandemic, it aims to broaden its services.


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