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Protests centred on free speech

Protests centred on free speech

Protests centred on free speech

19 January 2015

Last week’s shocking events in France brought millions of people together hoping for the capture of those responsible.


Riverside News, by Adrian Walters

Riverside News, by Adrian Walters

19 January 2015

The winter months are busy with work to replace or repair fencing, pollarding and coppicing trees, ditch slubbing with a JCB to improve the watercourses for wildlife and, of course, trimming the hedges along Melford Road and Brundon Lane.


Offers invited for Belle Vue

Offers invited for Belle Vue

Offers invited for Belle Vue

19 January 2015

The controversial sale of Belle Vue House in Sudbury has moved a step closer with bids expected at the end of the week.


Fraudsters posing as police officers and bank managers

Fraudsters posing as police officers and bank managers

Fraudsters posing as police officers and bank managers

19 January 2015

Police in Essex have reissued a warning on phone scams after a resurgence in the number of fraudsters posing as police officers and bank officials.


Busy first day for health centre

Busy first day for health centre

Busy first day for health centre

18 January 2015

Sudbury Community Health Centre became fully functional on Monday as staff and patients settled in to the new £10million facility.


Charity looks for new members

Charity looks for new members

Charity looks for new members

18 January 2015

Age UK Suffolk’s Chilton Club has seen a drop in numbers despite a national rise in the number of people with dementia.


Popular chippy reopens having doubled in size

Popular chippy reopens having doubled in size

Popular chippy reopens having doubled in size

18 January 2015

A Sudbury fish and chip shop reopens its doors today after an extension and refurbishment to keep up with growing demand.


Derelict barn can be turned into home

Derelict barn can be turned into home

Derelict barn can be turned into home

18 January 2015

Permission has been given to turn a derelict barn into a one-bedroom house against the recommendation of planning officers.


Funding for village projects

Funding for village projects

Funding for village projects

18 January 2015

Villages in north Essex are to benefit from money handed out by Essex County Council designed to help small community projects.


Councillors agree budget

Councillors agree budget

Councillors agree budget

17 January 2015

Members of Great Cornard Parish Council agreed a new budget this week, with one eye firmly on extending the Stevenson Centre.


Police extend appeal after fatal crash

Police extend appeal after fatal crash

Police extend appeal after fatal crash

17 January 2015

Police investigating a triple fatal collision in Braintree need to trace the drivers of two vehicles who may be witnesses.


Sound of musicals to fund charities

Sound of musicals to fund charities

Sound of musicals to fund charities

17 January 2015

A concert featuring songs from musicals including Les Misérables and Grease is to raise funds for mental health charity Mind and the Rosa Simon Music Fund.


Staff raise £1,300 for dementia fund

Staff raise £1,300 for dementia fund

Staff raise £1,300 for dementia fund

17 January 2015

Staff at Waitrose in Sudbury have raised around £1,300 for West Suffolk Hospital’s dementia campaign.


Bus station plans for Sudbury to be revealed

Bus station plans for Sudbury to be revealed

Bus station plans for Sudbury to be revealed

17 January 2015

Plans for Sudbury’s new bus station should be revealed within the next three weeks.


Pupils prepare for big West End show

Pupils prepare for big West End show

Pupils prepare for big West End show

17 January 2015

Ormiston Sudbury Academy is putting the finishing touches to its annual production which this year is the classic Oliver.


Inquest opens into multi storey car park death of woman

Inquest opens into multi storey car park death of woman

Inquest opens into multi storey car park death of woman

16 January 2015

An inquest has been formally opened on a woman from Semer, near Hadleigh, who died after apparently falling from a multi storey car park.


Priory plays small part in king’s burial

Priory plays small part in king’s burial

Priory plays small part in king’s burial

16 January 2015

Clare Priory will have played a small part in the re-burial of one of England’s most famous kings when Richard III is reinterred at Leicester Cathedral in March.


Sign up for swim challenge

Sign up for swim challenge

Sign up for swim challenge

16 January 2015

A fundraising swimathon challenge at a leisure centre in Sudbury is set to return for another year in aid of Marie Curie Care.


Magna Carta celebrations

Magna Carta celebrations

Magna Carta celebrations

16 January 2015

As part of celebrations across the country to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, Castle Hedingham Parish Council has combined with a museum to explain the village’s part in the historic moment.


Sixties disco to support charities

Sixties disco to support charities

Sixties disco to support charities

16 January 2015

Sudbury Talbot Rotary is holding a 60s disco to raise money for its chosen charities.


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