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Investors’ group buys Dobbies Garden Centres in £217 million deal with Tesco

Investors’ group buys Dobbies Garden Centres in £217 million deal with Tesco

Investors’ group buys Dobbies Garden Centres in £217 million deal with Tesco

17 June 2016

Dobbies Garden Centres have been sold today by supermarket giant Tesco to a group of investors.


FEATURE: Soham’s Callum Fairhurst reflects on near-18,000 mile round the world cycle ride

FEATURE: Soham’s Callum Fairhurst reflects on near-18,000 mile round the world cycle ride

FEATURE: Soham’s Callum Fairhurst reflects on near-18,000 mile round the world cycle ride

16 June 2016

Callum Fairhurst freely admits that with a few hundred miles of his round-the-world fundraising cycle still to go, his body was starting to wear down.


Luxury holiday lodge maker in Brandon is named as inspiration to Europe

Luxury holiday lodge maker in Brandon is named as inspiration to Europe

Luxury holiday lodge maker in Brandon is named as inspiration to Europe

15 June 2016

Brandon-based luxury holiday lodge designer and manufacturer the Omar Group has been named as one of the most inspiring companies in Europe.


John Bone: When Mother Nature is in the dock

John Bone: When Mother Nature is in the dock

John Bone: When Mother Nature is in the dock

10 June 2016

I am an almost obsessive gardener yet I feel very uneasy about the way a Newmarket couple have been treated over their “unsightly” plot. The Bordas of Edinburgh Road were summoned before Bury Magistrates for breaking a Forest Heath instruction to take axes and saws to their overgrown front and back gardens because they were “a nuisance.”


Eriswell Road crash victim named by USAF

Eriswell Road crash victim named by USAF

Eriswell Road crash victim named by USAF

09 June 2016

The USAF say the death of one of its airmen in a crash on a dangerous road between the bases has had a ‘monumental effect’ on the elite team of technicians he worked with.


Missing Milton Keynes man is found safe and well

Missing Milton Keynes man is found safe and well

Missing Milton Keynes man is found safe and well

07 June 2016

A man who was missing from his home in Milton Keynes has been found.


National first for Bury St Edmunds’ garden designer

National first for Bury St Edmunds’ garden designer

National first for Bury St Edmunds’ garden designer

03 June 2016

An award-winning landscape garden designer from Bury St Edmunds has secured a prestigious national honour.


Church court raps vicar for lights

Church court raps vicar for lights

Church court raps vicar for lights

02 June 2016

A Mildenhall vicar has been criticised for what was described as ‘unauthorised amateurish and unsightly’ work on the town’s Grade I-listed St Mary’s church.


PICTURES: ‘Never forgotten - forever honoured’ Eye airmen get their memorial dedicated

PICTURES: ‘Never forgotten - forever honoured’ Eye airmen get their memorial dedicated

PICTURES: ‘Never forgotten - forever honoured’ Eye airmen get their memorial dedicated

31 May 2016

‘Never Forgotten - Forever Honoured’.


VIDEO: Flash flooding in Mildenhall

VIDEO: Flash flooding in Mildenhall

VIDEO: Flash flooding in Mildenhall

31 May 2016

Heavy rain is causing flash flooding in parts of Mildenhall this morning, Tuesday May 31.


Plan to close 30 level crossings in Suffolk

Plan to close 30 level crossings in Suffolk

Plan to close 30 level crossings in Suffolk

27 May 2016

Thirty level crossings in Suffolk could be closed in a bid to improve safety and train services.


40mph speed limit on Eriswell Road in bid to cut accidents

40mph speed limit on Eriswell Road in bid to cut accidents

40mph speed limit on Eriswell Road in bid to cut accidents

24 May 2016

The 60mph speed limit on part of Eriswell Road, Lakenheath, will be reduced to 40mph next month as part of a long term safety campaign by the USAF bases and Suffolk County Council.


Mildenhall man jailed for three knifepoint robberies

Mildenhall man jailed for three knifepoint robberies

Mildenhall man jailed for three knifepoint robberies

20 May 2016

A Mildenhall man who committed three knifepoint robberies less than six week after being let out of jail is back behind bars.


Blerch to be remembered

Blerch to be remembered

Blerch to be remembered

19 May 2016

A popular sportsman who died in a horrific crash last summer is being remembered through a charitable sporting foundation set up by his mum.


Customers rally round after burglars steal Mildenhall plumbing shop’s stock

Customers rally round after burglars steal Mildenhall plumbing shop’s stock

Customers rally round after burglars steal Mildenhall plumbing shop’s stock

16 May 2016

A plumbers’ merchant burgled only two months after opening new premises has thanked its customers and community for the support they have received.


Mark Ronson to play Newmarket Nights

Mark Ronson to play Newmarket Nights

Mark Ronson to play Newmarket Nights

16 May 2016

International superstar Mark Ronson is bringing his acclaimed live DJ set to Newmarket on August 5, completing the line-up for the 2016 Newmarket Nights season.


Artist has to fund own eye operation

Artist has to fund own eye operation

Artist has to fund own eye operation

14 May 2016

An artist has had to pay for an eye operation to be able to work after the NHS refused to fund it.


Beck Row mum faces £30K bill if Jasmine, 3, is to get operation NHS will not fund

Beck Row mum faces £30K bill if Jasmine, 3, is to get operation NHS will not fund

Beck Row mum faces £30K bill if Jasmine, 3, is to get operation NHS will not fund

13 May 2016

It was a ‘kick in the teeth’ for Sally Morton when she was told the NHS no longer funds the operation that would enable her three-year-old daughter to walk.


Suffolk’s chance to quiz ambulance bosses

Suffolk’s chance to quiz ambulance bosses

Suffolk’s chance to quiz ambulance bosses

12 May 2016

There is a chance to question East of England Ambulance Service Trust staff and learn about the service at a public meeting next week.


Long delays on A14 at Newmarket after fire

Long delays on A14 at Newmarket after fire

Long delays on A14 at Newmarket after fire

12 May 2016

A vehicle fire on the A14 caused long delays to traffic in the Newmarket area this morning.


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