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Animal Health Trust holds tea party for dogs and their owners

Animal Health Trust holds tea party for dogs and their owners

Animal Health Trust holds tea party for dogs and their owners

06 May 2016

Hundreds of dog dogs and their owners had tea together at the Animal Health Trust’s ‘doggy tea party’ themed family fun day. The special event at Lanwades Park, Kentford, included special treats for man’s best friend, provided by Woof and Brew, with dog-friendly herbal teas and dog biscuits whilst Harriets Tea Rooms provided sumptuous refreshments for the two-legged guests.


West Suffolk MPs defend child refugees vote

West Suffolk MPs defend child refugees vote

West Suffolk MPs defend child refugees vote

05 May 2016

West Suffolk MPs have defended voting against an attempt to compel the Government to accept 3,000 unaccompanied refugee children from Europe into the UK.


Beck Row’s Mia makes the most of her hair and cash wig donation

Beck Row’s Mia makes the most of her hair and cash wig donation

Beck Row’s Mia makes the most of her hair and cash wig donation

04 May 2016

Long haired Mia Pearson decided to give hair to the Little Princess Trust but only after she grow it even longer first.


Ex-Cambridge United goalie gets on his bike to support Mildenhall fan Simon Dobbin

Ex-Cambridge United goalie gets on his bike to support Mildenhall fan Simon Dobbin

Ex-Cambridge United goalie gets on his bike to support Mildenhall fan Simon Dobbin

03 May 2016

Former Cambridge United goalkeeper Danny Potter is returning to the club on a bike to help raise money for brain damaged fan Simon Dobbin.


Air ambulance with crew including Prince William flies to help woman in Mildenhall

Air ambulance with crew including Prince William flies to help woman in Mildenhall

Air ambulance with crew including Prince William flies to help woman in Mildenhall

25 April 2016

The East Anglian Air Ambulance with a crew including Prince William was called to help a woman who collapsed in Mildenhall.


Inspectors rate Mildenhall Lodge as ‘good’ after four poor reports

Inspectors rate Mildenhall Lodge as ‘good’ after four poor reports

Inspectors rate Mildenhall Lodge as ‘good’ after four poor reports

25 April 2016

Mildenhall Lodge care home has had its first ‘good’ rating from inspectors since it opened in June 2015.


West Suffolk Scouts gather for St George’s Day service

West Suffolk Scouts gather for St George’s Day service

West Suffolk Scouts gather for St George’s Day service

25 April 2016

Scouts from all over west Suffolk held their annual St George’s Day service and parade at St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds, on Sunday.


AHT puts its historic Kentford home on the market

AHT puts its historic Kentford home on the market

AHT puts its historic Kentford home on the market

25 April 2016

Lanwades Hall


‘Irresponsible’ Lakenheath jet flightpath school gets cautious backing from planners

‘Irresponsible’ Lakenheath jet flightpath school gets cautious backing from planners

‘Irresponsible’ Lakenheath jet flightpath school gets cautious backing from planners

21 April 2016

Councillors have given their cautious backing to a controversial housing development so work can start on a school site included in it.


Mildenhall’s Jubilee Centre reopens after £750k makeover

Mildenhall’s Jubilee Centre reopens after £750k makeover

Mildenhall’s Jubilee Centre reopens after £750k makeover

21 April 2016

Mildenhall’s revamped Jubilee Centre has been officially reopened after a £750,000, nine-month makeover.


Prime Minister enjoys a taste of West Suffolk food

Prime Minister enjoys a taste of West Suffolk food

Prime Minister enjoys a taste of West Suffolk food

19 April 2016

Prime Minister David Cameron sampled the best of West Suffolk’s food and farming at a fair in Parliament.


Laughing gang repeatedly kicked and punched victim in Mildenhall attack

Laughing gang repeatedly kicked and punched victim in Mildenhall attack

Laughing gang repeatedly kicked and punched victim in Mildenhall attack

19 April 2016

Shane Howell was less than a hundred yards from his home, in broad daylight, when he was attacked by a laughing gang of four youths.


SLIDESHOW: US airman helps Peggy celebrate 90th birthday with surprise dance

SLIDESHOW: US airman helps Peggy celebrate 90th birthday with surprise dance

SLIDESHOW: US airman helps Peggy celebrate 90th birthday with surprise dance

18 April 2016

To celebrate her 90th birthday, a Stanton woman was swept off her feet by an American serviceman for a surprise dance which rekindled memories of her youth.


Family in shock after feline Friday is shot

Family in shock after feline Friday is shot

Family in shock after feline Friday is shot

15 April 2016

A grandfather-of-three from West Row says the village is ‘up in arms’ after his eight-month-old cat Friday was shot last week.


Raptors fly into Lakenheath

Raptors fly into Lakenheath

Raptors fly into Lakenheath

13 April 2016

Plane spotters are out in force at RAF Lakenheath to see the USAF’s latest fighter here for a training visit.


St Nicholas Hospice Care’s ‘size doesn’t matter’ campaign hits the road

St Nicholas Hospice Care’s ‘size doesn’t matter’ campaign hits the road

St Nicholas Hospice Care’s ‘size doesn’t matter’ campaign hits the road

08 April 2016

A light-hearted advertising campaign encouraging people to leave a gift in their will to St Nicholas Hospice Care has been launched on buses across West Suffolk.


Sun rises again on council solar farm at Lakenheath

Sun rises again on council solar farm at Lakenheath

Sun rises again on council solar farm at Lakenheath

08 April 2016

The plan for a council owned solar power farm in Forest Heath may go ahead after all.


Planning anger of Lakenheath land owner

Planning anger of Lakenheath land owner

Planning anger of Lakenheath land owner

08 April 2016

The part owner of a site for 67 homes has urged Lakenheath Parish Council to stop blocking developments it has approved.


Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

Family of vulnerable man criticise ‘catalogue of errors’ that led to his untimely death

06 April 2016

The family of a ‘vulnerable’ man who died as a result of a hernia despite visiting West Suffolk Hospital and his GP several times have described his treatment as a ‘catalogue of errors’.


Meeting on Beck Row Community Centre’s future

Meeting on Beck Row Community Centre’s future

Meeting on Beck Row Community Centre’s future

02 April 2016

A public consultation is being held in Beck Row about the future of the village’s community centre.


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