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Pupils to learn from pros

Pupils to learn from pros

Pupils to learn from pros

01 February 2015

A school in Sudbury is to work with a professional dance company before taking to the stage at the Mercury Theatre in Colchester.


Can we have more, sir?

Can we have more, sir?

Can we have more, sir?

01 February 2015

Tickets have already sold out for Sudbury Ormiston Academy’s upcoming performance of Oliver, which is due to run next week.


Poppy appeal tops record amount

Poppy appeal tops record amount

Poppy appeal tops record amount

31 January 2015

The Earls Colne and White Colne poppy appeal raised a record amount of £6,951 during the course of 2014.


Entries open for Sudbury Fun Run

Entries open for Sudbury Fun Run

Entries open for Sudbury Fun Run

31 January 2015

Entries for the annual Sudbury Fun Run and walk taking place on April 3 have now opened.


Appeal date for solar farm

Appeal date for solar farm

Appeal date for solar farm

31 January 2015

Inspectors will visit a farm in Newton to decide whether the land can be used for a 69-acre solar farm.


Homeless household waiting list doubles

Homeless household waiting list doubles

Homeless household waiting list doubles

31 January 2015

Latest figures point to a shortage of one and two-bedroom homes available to homeless households in Babergh.


Possible return for Lovejoy

Possible return for Lovejoy

Possible return for Lovejoy

31 January 2015

Everybody’s favourite antiques dealer, Lovejoy, could be set for a return to TV screens, with excitement growing in Long Melford.


Plans on view for community hall

Plans on view for community hall

Plans on view for community hall

31 January 2015

Halstead residents are being invited to view draft plans for a new community hall in Butler Road.


Police in hunt for driver

Police in hunt for driver

Police in hunt for driver

30 January 2015

Police are trying to trace a driver following a collision involving four cars in Halstead this week.


Woman cut free

Woman cut free

Woman cut free

30 January 2015

A woman in her 40s had to be cut free from her vehicle after a collision involving a tanker lorry and a car in Belchamp Walter.


Charity bus challenge raises over £1,000

Charity bus challenge raises over £1,000

Charity bus challenge raises over £1,000

30 January 2015

A 21-year-old charity worker with Asperger syndrome has raised more than £1,000 after completing his challenge to travel from Land’s End to John O’Groats almost entirely by buses.


Council wants residents’ views

Council wants residents’ views

Council wants residents’ views

30 January 2015

Hadleigh Town Council is holding a series of public consultation events to help shape its neighbourhood plan.


Reward offered for stolen Land Rover

Reward offered for stolen Land Rover

Reward offered for stolen Land Rover

30 January 2015

A mechanic and classic car restorer has offered a £2,000 reward for the return of his pride and joy.


Top Gear request sees classic chart again

Top Gear request sees classic chart again

Top Gear request sees classic chart again

30 January 2015

Singer-songwriter Steve Harley has seen one of his most famous songs re-enter the charts after a campaign by TV programme Top Gear.


Village set to install life-saving equipment

Village set to install life-saving equipment

Village set to install life-saving equipment

30 January 2015

White Colne is preparing to install a life-saving piece of equipment.


Car flips in Lavenham

Car flips in Lavenham

Car flips in Lavenham

29 January 2015

Police and paramedics were called to Lavenham this morning (Thursday) after a car overturned.


Artwork displayed in Sudbury cafe

Artwork displayed in Sudbury cafe

Artwork displayed in Sudbury cafe

28 January 2015

An artist from Long Melford is exhibiting his unusual artwork in Winch and Blatch until the end of the month.


Council to buy to offset cuts

Council to buy to offset cuts

Council to buy to offset cuts

28 January 2015

Householders will not face a rise in council tax despite budget cuts that will drive a new period of investment from a district council.


Weekent Thought by Jean Chisholm

Weekent Thought by Jean Chisholm

28 January 2015

There is a man written about in the Bible whose name is Caleb.


Blame it on man not the beast

Blame it on man not the beast

Blame it on man not the beast

28 January 2015

Recently, I received a disturbing press release stating that police forces and the Guide Dogs charity had signed an agreement to work together as 10 guide dogs a month are being attacked and injured.


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