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Meet Suffolk's professional declutterer Elizabeth

Meet Suffolk's professional declutterer Elizabeth

Meet Suffolk's professional declutterer Elizabeth

16 May 2021

Everyone has spring cleaning on their minds and professional declutterer Elizabeth Wickes is here with her top tips for the occasion.


Suffolk business helps winner of The Apprentice to create dream outdoor dining area

Suffolk business helps winner of The Apprentice to create dream outdoor dining area

Suffolk business helps winner of The Apprentice to create dream outdoor dining area

16 May 2021

Carina Lepore, who was named Lord Sugar’s apprentice in 2019, teamed up with Caribbean Blinds to adapt her business in line with Covid-19 regulations.


Benefits of moving power cables underground would be felt for 'generations to come'

Benefits of moving power cables underground would be felt for 'generations to come'

Benefits of moving power cables underground would be felt for 'generations to come'

15 May 2021

The campaign also welcomed a Government minister's intervention on National Grid's proposals to reinforce the transmission line through the region.


School's new head boy and girl pledge to increase sporting and volunteering opportunities for students

School's new head boy and girl pledge to increase sporting and volunteering opportunities for students

School's new head boy and girl pledge to increase sporting and volunteering opportunities for students

14 May 2021

Charlie Wilson and Evie Prager have been appointed to the roles, with both stating that they wanted to carry on the good work of their predecessors.


Bicycle parking expands in Suffolk town as number of people cycling grows since Covid-19 crisis began

Bicycle parking expands in Suffolk town as number of people cycling grows since Covid-19 crisis began

Bicycle parking expands in Suffolk town as number of people cycling grows since Covid-19 crisis began

14 May 2021

Four new cycle parking stands have been installed around the market town, through money provided by the Government’s Active Travel Fund.


Consultation begins on 'shared space' proposal to pedestrianise historic village centre

Consultation begins on 'shared space' proposal to pedestrianise historic village centre

Consultation begins on 'shared space' proposal to pedestrianise historic village centre

14 May 2021

The parish council outlined a vision to redesign the market square, which it says has, over many years, “lost its focus as the centre of the village”.


Town's first Green county councillor sets out priorities after surprise win in local elections

Town's first Green county councillor sets out priorities after surprise win in local elections

Town's first Green county councillor sets out priorities after surprise win in local elections

13 May 2021

Jessie Carter was one of nine Green candidates to be elected to Suffolk County Council last week, as the party tripled its number of seats.


Police admit failings in handling of investigation into death of 33-year-old woman after fall

Police admit failings in handling of investigation into death of 33-year-old woman after fall

Police admit failings in handling of investigation into death of 33-year-old woman after fall

13 May 2021

Police have apologised to the family of Emma Fraser, who died last June, at the age of 33, after falling from a second-storey flat window.


Parish council decries 'manifestly unfair' time scale as housing proposal returns to planning committee

Parish council decries 'manifestly unfair' time scale as housing proposal returns to planning committee

Parish council decries 'manifestly unfair' time scale as housing proposal returns to planning committee

13 May 2021

A new decision is set to be made on plans to build 64 homes, after the outline permission granted last year was quashed by the High Court in March.


Teenage boys arrested in connection with arson behind leisure centre

Teenage boys arrested in connection with arson behind leisure centre

Teenage boys arrested in connection with arson behind leisure centre

12 May 2021

A charity's container filled with donated clothes was intentionally set on fire during the early hours of Saturday morning.


Care homes recognised for innovation as operator Anchor Hanover wins Care Provider of the Year award

Care homes recognised for innovation as operator Anchor Hanover wins Care Provider of the Year award

Care homes recognised for innovation as operator Anchor Hanover wins Care Provider of the Year award

12 May 2021

The LangBuisson awards, which honours excellence in health and care services, recognised the group’s focus on innovation and engagement of residents.


Hospital extends free parking for 'those in greatest need'

Hospital extends free parking for 'those in greatest need'

Hospital extends free parking for 'those in greatest need'

11 May 2021

A Suffolk hospital is waiving car parking charges with immediate effect for 'those most in need' in line with new national rules.


This is the moment a new mum tells her father she has actually given birth to surprise twins

This is the moment a new mum tells her father she has actually given birth to surprise twins

This is the moment a new mum tells her father she has actually given birth to surprise twins

11 May 2021

A Suffolk mum kept the secret she was having twins throughout her entire pregnancy - and then surprised her dad on a video call with two babies.


Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

Disappointment after plans for cabin and bungalow development to help secure pub's future refused

11 May 2021

The pub owner’s bid to help save his business by building six bungalows and five holiday cabins has been turned down, despite huge public support.


In Bloom expands reach throughout Suffolk village to improve appearance of street-scape

In Bloom expands reach throughout Suffolk village to improve appearance of street-scape

In Bloom expands reach throughout Suffolk village to improve appearance of street-scape

10 May 2021

Volunteers are working to expand the community project, with key sites around the village receiving a splash of colour to mark the arrival of spring.


Mum calls for SEND units in all schools after daughter unable to secure place at specialist school

Mum calls for SEND units in all schools after daughter unable to secure place at specialist school

Mum calls for SEND units in all schools after daughter unable to secure place at specialist school

10 May 2021

Samantha Deeks, whose daughter Anya has global learning delay, says the demand for spaces at specialist schools is well above the availability.


Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

Arrival of rare turtle doves heralds new dawn for nature reserve as regular events resume

09 May 2021

The reserve welcomed back families for the first time this year last week earlier this March, following the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.


Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

Conservatives victorious in Great Cornard by-election

08 May 2021

The Conservatives kept hold of a seat in a Suffolk district council by-election on Thursday, holding off Labour by more than 300 votes.


Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

Tim Passmore re-elected as Suffolk PCC

08 May 2021

Tim Passmore will continue as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner after securing the 2021 local election with his biggest victory.


Clothing bins and shed catch fire in the space of 90 minutes

Clothing bins and shed catch fire in the space of 90 minutes

Clothing bins and shed catch fire in the space of 90 minutes

08 May 2021

Two fires broke out in the space of 90 minutes in and near to a Suffolk town early today - leaving piles of charity clothing and a garden shed ruined.


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