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Conservation of Sudbury discussed

Conservation of Sudbury discussed

Conservation of Sudbury discussed

25 January 2015

Sudbury common lands ranger Adrian Walters is to discuss the conservation of the Sudbury riverside on January 30.


Mayor to perform at charity concert

Mayor to perform at charity concert

Mayor to perform at charity concert

25 January 2015

Sudbury mayor Robert Spivey and his wife Hilary will take part in a charity concert in February.


Annual tree festival raises £3,500

Annual tree festival raises £3,500

Annual tree festival raises £3,500

25 January 2015

The annual Christmas tree festival held at St Peter’s in Sudbury in December raised £3,500 for local causes.


Get a beer with your buzz cut at barber shop

Get a beer with your buzz cut at barber shop

Get a beer with your buzz cut at barber shop

25 January 2015

A barber shop is trying to prove itself a cut above the rest by offering customers a massage, or even a beer, with their haircut.


All eyes on test ...

All eyes on test ...

All eyes on test ...

25 January 2015

Sudbury mayor Robert Spivey was one of more than 50 people to benefit from a campaign to raise awareness of glaucoma.


Views sought on Chilton Woods

Views sought on Chilton Woods

Views sought on Chilton Woods

25 January 2015

Residents are being urged to have their say on proposals for the Chilton Woods development in Sudbury.


Transport service to assist patients

Transport service to assist patients

Transport service to assist patients

24 January 2015

Community transport charity Go Start has launched a service to help people travel to the new Sudbury Community Health Centre.


Author launches new writing club

Author launches new writing club

Author launches new writing club

24 January 2015

A Sudbury novelist has launched a new creative writing club for local authors.


Hundreds attend service

Hundreds attend service

Hundreds attend service

24 January 2015

Around 200 people attended a thanksgiving service at St Gregory’s Church in Sudbury, which recently underwent a £250,000 improvement programme.


Bures man fined for fly-tipping

Bures man fined for fly-tipping

Bures man fined for fly-tipping

24 January 2015

A man has been convicted of fly-tipping a large amount of rubbish he had been paid to remove.


Cornard Scouts take on 24-hour cycle challenge

Cornard Scouts take on 24-hour cycle challenge

Cornard Scouts take on 24-hour cycle challenge

24 January 2015

First Cornard Scouts kicked off their summer camp fundraising with a 24-hour static cycle challenge.


Improvements to cause train delay

Improvements to cause train delay

Improvements to cause train delay

24 January 2015

Passengers travelling from Sudbury to London will face disruption every weekend from January 31 to March 22 while improvements are carried out on the line from Marks Tey.


Group welcomes public to meeting

Group welcomes public to meeting

Group welcomes public to meeting

23 January 2015

The Halstead in Bloom committee has invited the public to its annual meeting on February 6.


Band pays tribute to fans

Band pays tribute to fans

Band pays tribute to fans

23 January 2015

Members of an international heavy metal band have paid tribute to two young musicians who were killed in a car crash.


If you go into the woods ...

If you go into the woods ...

If you go into the woods ...

23 January 2015

Cub Scouts from the 1st Acton and Waldingfield pack spent their Sunday helping with the management of Ramsey Woods nature reserve near Hadleigh.


Public consultation on new system for development funds

Public consultation on new system for development funds

Public consultation on new system for development funds

23 January 2015

A new method for securing funds from developers will go to a public consultation.


MP buys two computers

MP buys two computers

MP buys two computers

23 January 2015

South Suffolk MP Tim Yeo purchased two new computers and monitors at a cost of £1,319 – just months before he is set to leave Parliament.


‘We must spend to realise fund’s vision’

‘We must spend to realise fund’s vision’

‘We must spend to realise fund’s vision’

22 January 2015

The organisers of a fund set up in the wake of the death of a three-year-old-girl are calling on local organisations to apply for its support.


‘A cyclist is going to get killed at some point’

‘A cyclist is going to get killed at some point’

‘A cyclist is going to get killed at some point’

22 January 2015

In the wake of plans to improve Belle Vue junction in Sudbury, the provision for cyclists in the town has been questioned.


Panto a thing of the past? Oh no it isn’t!

Panto a thing of the past? Oh no it isn’t!

Panto a thing of the past? Oh no it isn’t!

20 January 2015

Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Cinderella ... not in some far-off fairytale-land, but in Hadliegh.


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