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‘We want to see its future resolved’: Council holds fortnightly meetings with owner of derelict factory over his £40m plans

‘We want to see its future resolved’: Council holds fortnightly meetings with owner of derelict factory over his £40m plans

‘We want to see its future resolved’: Council holds fortnightly meetings with owner of derelict factory over his £40m plans

23 July 2024

A council is holding regular meetings with the owner of a derelict factory to discuss his £40 million rejuvenation plans for the site.


Here are some of the places across Suffolk where you can get discounted kids meals this summer

Here are some of the places across Suffolk where you can get discounted kids meals this summer

Here are some of the places across Suffolk where you can get discounted kids meals this summer

23 July 2024

With the summer holidays finally here and children off school for six weeks, parents may be looking for cost effective activities and meals.


From play gardens to pond-dipping – eight ways to enjoy National Trust sites this summer

From play gardens to pond-dipping – eight ways to enjoy National Trust sites this summer

From play gardens to pond-dipping – eight ways to enjoy National Trust sites this summer

22 July 2024

The summer holidays are officially here giving children the chance to bug hunt and try archeology with the National Trust.


Firefighters tackle blaze at pet food factory in Suffolk town

Firefighters tackle blaze at pet food factory in Suffolk town

Firefighters tackle blaze at pet food factory in Suffolk town

21 July 2024

Firefighters were alerted to a fire at a pet food factory in a Suffolk town.


New country park plaque honours contributions of ‘visionary’ late former parish councillor who helped to establish site

New country park plaque honours contributions of ‘visionary’ late former parish councillor who helped to establish site

New country park plaque honours contributions of ‘visionary’ late former parish councillor who helped to establish site

21 July 2024

The contributions of a long-serving councillor have been immortalised, with the installation of a new memorial at the park he helped to establish.


‘Fun, family-friendly day’: Former EastEnders star urges support for charity football match on behalf of schoolgirl’s charity

‘Fun, family-friendly day’: Former EastEnders star urges support for charity football match on behalf of schoolgirl’s charity

‘Fun, family-friendly day’: Former EastEnders star urges support for charity football match on behalf of schoolgirl’s charity

19 July 2024

A former EastEnders star has encouraged the public to show their support at a charity football match this weekend for a Suffolk schoolgirl’s charity.


Summer fayre brings the smiles to care home residents

Summer fayre brings the smiles to care home residents

Summer fayre brings the smiles to care home residents

19 July 2024

Care home residents from across Suffolk enjoyed a summer fayre with fancy dress, displays, ice creams and Pimm’s.


Walk launch finally sees the Wool Towns knitted together

Walk launch finally sees the Wool Towns knitted together

Walk launch finally sees the Wool Towns knitted together

19 July 2024

A 50-mile circular walk that takes in some of Suffolk’s most historic towns has this week been launched after years in the making.


Commuter fears morning buses cut from timetable could impact people’s working lives

Commuter fears morning buses cut from timetable could impact people’s working lives

Commuter fears morning buses cut from timetable could impact people’s working lives

19 July 2024

A frequent bus user fears the loss of early morning journeys from one town to another could seriously impact people’s working lives.

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Ex-mayor files complaint over ‘outrageous’ pilot scheme ruling

Ex-mayor files complaint over ‘outrageous’ pilot scheme ruling

Ex-mayor files complaint over ‘outrageous’ pilot scheme ruling

19 July 2024

A former mayor says the circumstances that led to a town centre pilot scheme being scrapped must be resolved.


‘Destructive’ pylon scheme formally rejected by two Suffolk authorities

‘Destructive’ pylon scheme formally rejected by two Suffolk authorities

‘Destructive’ pylon scheme formally rejected by two Suffolk authorities

18 July 2024

Two Suffolk authorities have formally objected to a ‘destructive’ pylon scheme.


Man dies after multiple ambulances and air ambulance called to incident

Man dies after multiple ambulances and air ambulance called to incident

Man dies after multiple ambulances and air ambulance called to incident

18 July 2024

A man has died after the ambulance service was called to an incident in a town.


‘A hub for the community’: Pub begins revival under new leadership after years of closure

‘A hub for the community’: Pub begins revival under new leadership after years of closure

‘A hub for the community’: Pub begins revival under new leadership after years of closure

18 July 2024

A village pub, which stood empty for seven years, is enjoying a new lease of life, as it strives to establish itself as a hub of the community.


Firefighters stop 15-tonne hay bale blaze from spreading to farm buildings

Firefighters stop 15-tonne hay bale blaze from spreading to farm buildings

Firefighters stop 15-tonne hay bale blaze from spreading to farm buildings

17 July 2024

Firefighters have tackled a large hay bale fire involving 15 tonnes of straw, a lorry and trailers.


Lorries carrying 15 tonnes of hay ‘well alight’ in village

Lorries carrying 15 tonnes of hay ‘well alight’ in village

Lorries carrying 15 tonnes of hay ‘well alight’ in village

17 July 2024

Two lorries carrying 15 tonnes of hay are ‘well alight’ in a village.


Missing teenager from Suffolk village found safe

Missing teenager from Suffolk village found safe

Missing teenager from Suffolk village found safe

17 July 2024

A missing teenager from a Suffolk village has been found.


Suffolk issued yellow heat-health warning with potential for temperatures nearing 30 degrees

Suffolk issued yellow heat-health warning with potential for temperatures nearing 30 degrees

Suffolk issued yellow heat-health warning with potential for temperatures nearing 30 degrees

17 July 2024

Suffolk has been issued with a yellow health-heat alert, with the potential for temperatures nearing 30 degrees towards the end of this week.


Search launched for missing 15-year-old Keagan

Search launched for missing 15-year-old Keagan

Search launched for missing 15-year-old Keagan

16 July 2024

A 15-year-old girl from a Suffolk village has gone missing.


Drug-dealer jailed for string of crimes

Drug-dealer jailed for string of crimes

Drug-dealer jailed for string of crimes

15 July 2024

A drug-dealer who was in possession of a large amount of cocaine and cash has been jailed for a string of crimes.


Celebration marks centenary of birth of charity founder whose work began in Suffolk

Celebration marks centenary of birth of charity founder whose work began in Suffolk

Celebration marks centenary of birth of charity founder whose work began in Suffolk

15 July 2024

The tireless work of a charity founder who devoted her life to helping others was celebrated in her home village to mark the centenary of her birth.


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