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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.


Long delays across region after lorry fire shuts M11

Long delays across region after lorry fire shuts M11

Long delays across region after lorry fire shuts M11

11 May 2016

An HGV fire has shut the northbound carriageway of the M11 this afternoon, Wednesday May 11.


Car, van and lorry collision blocks A11 southbound near Barton Mills.

Car, van and lorry collision blocks A11 southbound near Barton Mills.

Car, van and lorry collision blocks A11 southbound near Barton Mills.

09 May 2016

Drivers should expect delays on the A11 southbound after a collision closed it near Fiveways Roundabout at Barton Mills this afternoon.


Young and old enjoy vintage games at Barrow Primary School

Young and old enjoy vintage games at Barrow Primary School

Young and old enjoy vintage games at Barrow Primary School

09 May 2016

Young and old enjoyed a morning of vintage games as a village primary school continues to strengthen its links with the local community.


Septic tank and diesel bowser stolen from Freckenham

Septic tank and diesel bowser stolen from Freckenham

Septic tank and diesel bowser stolen from Freckenham

09 May 2016

A septic tank has been stolen from a rural location at Freckenham.


Service to remember bomber crews based at RAF Mildenhall

Service to remember bomber crews based at RAF Mildenhall

Service to remember bomber crews based at RAF Mildenhall

09 May 2016

Bomber crews who served at RAF Mildenhall and its satellite airfields in World War Two will be remembered at a special service at St John’s Church, Beck Row, on Sunday May 15 at 11am.


Hunstanton holds twinning night with USAF squadron from Mildenhall

Hunstanton holds twinning night with USAF squadron from Mildenhall

Hunstanton holds twinning night with USAF squadron from Mildenhall

07 May 2016

They had already been given the freedom of the town, and now the 67th Special Operations Squadron of the US Air Force is officially twinned with Hunstanton.


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


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