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High street chain reveals which town most likely to host first specialist store for 'geeks'

High street chain reveals which town most likely to host first specialist store for 'geeks'

High street chain reveals which town most likely to host first specialist store for 'geeks'

23 October 2020

Company plans 100 new stores for 'all things geeky' over the next two years.


Fancy owning your own vineyard? This Suffolk property could be your path to a vine romance . . .

Fancy owning your own vineyard? This Suffolk property could be your path to a vine romance . . .

Fancy owning your own vineyard? This Suffolk property could be your path to a vine romance . . .

15 October 2020

When it comes to wine, we all know what we like. But what about buying a whole vineyard in Suffolk?


Bike hobby turns into charity money spinner

Bike hobby turns into charity money spinner

Bike hobby turns into charity money spinner

11 October 2020

A catering manager has turned a hobby into a fundraiser.


The happiest places in Suffolk revealed

The happiest places in Suffolk revealed

The happiest places in Suffolk revealed

06 October 2020

Overall life satisfaction is increasing across the county, but which places have seen the biggest jumps in scores?


Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

Movie fans invited to meet a Gremlin at museum's Sci-Fi exhibition

01 October 2020

Movie fans are being invited to meet a 'real' Gremlin at museum's annual Sci-Fi exhibition.


'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

'I thought I rang my friend Jean' - listen to great-grandmother on national radio after she accidentally phones presenter

28 September 2020

A great-grandmother, 83, ended up on a national radio show after accidentally calling the presenter when she thought she had phoned her friend.


Lockdown-themed animal sculptures raise thousands for women's charity

Lockdown-themed animal sculptures raise thousands for women's charity

Lockdown-themed animal sculptures raise thousands for women's charity

24 September 2020

The auction of a number of lockdown-themed animal sculptures has raised thousands of pounds for a women’s charity.


Star Wars' R2-D2 finds space in family's living room

Star Wars' R2-D2 finds space in family's living room

Star Wars' R2-D2 finds space in family's living room

18 September 2020

It’s been a six year labour of love for Star Wars fan Mark Gibson, but he has finally completed his full-sized R2-D2.


These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

These are the unusual structures set to be added to town's 'special interest' list

03 September 2020

Pubs, churches, sports domes and even a bus stop are among the 54 structures set to be added to a list of local buildings of special interest.


Johnny Depp effigy wins scarecrow competition

Johnny Depp effigy wins scarecrow competition

Johnny Depp effigy wins scarecrow competition

02 September 2020

The movie star proves a winner at village festival.


'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

'Shock' for family after finding polecat in piano

19 August 2020

A Suffolk family discovered they had a surprise visitor when they found a polecat in their piano this week.


Where are Suffolk's lightest and darkest beaches?

Where are Suffolk's lightest and darkest beaches?

Where are Suffolk's lightest and darkest beaches?

18 August 2020

A study to find the UK's lightest and darkest beaches has discovered that Suffolk is one of the few regions with sands at both ends of the spectrum.


At the third (heat)stroke: how the hot weather KO'd one of town's most iconic faces

At the third (heat)stroke: how the hot weather KO'd one of town's most iconic faces

At the third (heat)stroke: how the hot weather KO'd one of town's most iconic faces

13 August 2020

Specialists have been called in to get an historic clock ticking once again today.


Captain Tom and NHS heroes feature in town's sculpture trail

Captain Tom and NHS heroes feature in town's sculpture trail

Captain Tom and NHS heroes feature in town's sculpture trail

13 August 2020

Sculptures including NHS heroes create a "trail of hope" to remind a town's residents of the positive stories which have come out of lockdown.


Firefighters rescue snake trapped in children's pool

Firefighters rescue snake trapped in children's pool

Firefighters rescue snake trapped in children's pool

11 August 2020

Firefighters helped rescue a snake trapped in a children's pool in Bury St Edmunds.


The tale of a Suffolk spectral house shrouded in mystery

The tale of a Suffolk spectral house shrouded in mystery

The tale of a Suffolk spectral house shrouded in mystery

08 August 2020

The curious story behind a Suffolk spectral house has sparked a filmmaker into producing a documentary on the subject.


'There's opportunity to experiment': Church drive-in service to be held later this month

'There's opportunity to experiment': Church drive-in service to be held later this month

'There's opportunity to experiment': Church drive-in service to be held later this month

02 August 2020

A Suffolk church is teaming up with a festival organiser to put on a drive-in service.


The history of a church spanning the ages

The history of a church spanning the ages

The history of a church spanning the ages

02 August 2020

A Bury St Edmunds deacon has published a book about his church on its 220-year anniversary.


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.


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.


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