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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.


New hotel-based business network

New hotel-based business network

New hotel-based business network

16 January 2015

A new business networking group has been set up at The Swan hotel in Lavenham.


New bus link to hospital

New bus link to hospital

New bus link to hospital

16 January 2015

A new transport scheme will give residents a vital new link to get to medical appointments at Ipswich Hospital.


Flying doctor is always on call

Flying doctor is always on call

Flying doctor is always on call

14 January 2015

As families across Suffolk came together in a gift-giving, turkey-eating frenzy, spare a thought for those whose jobs kept them from their loves ones.


Long-running lease issue set to be resolved

Long-running lease issue set to be resolved

Long-running lease issue set to be resolved

14 January 2015

The long-term future of Cornard United Football Club continues to look brighter as fortunes improve on and off the field.


Council supports detailed plans to build 100 homes on meadow

Council supports detailed plans to build 100 homes on meadow

Council supports detailed plans to build 100 homes on meadow

14 January 2015

Councillors have decided to support plans that will see 100 homes built on People’s Park in Sudbury – despite questions over new play equipment.


Tributes paid to business owner

Tributes paid to business owner

Tributes paid to business owner

14 January 2015

Hundreds attended the thanks giving service of popular business owner Peter Rawlinson, who died on December 17.


Town team extend Sudbury survey

Town team extend Sudbury survey

Town team extend Sudbury survey

14 January 2015

A survey by Sudbury Town Team to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the town centre is due to go online.


Tributes paid to stalwart, 94, who spent life helping others

Tributes paid to stalwart, 94, who spent life helping others

Tributes paid to stalwart, 94, who spent life helping others

13 January 2015

Tributes have been paid to a former Scout leader who influenced generations of Sudbury boys.


Concerns over access go against development plan

Concerns over access go against development plan

Concerns over access go against development plan

13 January 2015

Plans to build a property on the site of a former quarry with access under an old footbridge have been opposed by councillors.


Memorial match will honour club greats

Memorial match will honour club greats

Memorial match will honour club greats

13 January 2015


Series of talks look back at local history

Series of talks look back at local history

Series of talks look back at local history

13 January 2015

A series of local history talks at The Quay Theatre in Sudbury are set to kick off on January 25, with a look back at the town in 1915.


Volunteers needed at village hall after triple departure

Volunteers needed at village hall after triple departure

Volunteers needed at village hall after triple departure

13 January 2015

The future of a village hall is looking desperate as it continues to struggle to find new committee members.


Skydive in memory of Acton teenager

Skydive in memory of Acton teenager

Skydive in memory of Acton teenager

13 January 2015

The family of a teenager who died after battling with depression are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for a therapy and support centre.


Sorry, but joy escapes me ...

Sorry, but joy escapes me ...

12 January 2015

It’s new. It’s sparkling and shiny, but I must confess I have mixed feelings about it. Glad it’s there at last, but well aware it falls some way short of what many really wanted.


Weekend Thought, by Ray Delaney

Weekend Thought, by Ray Delaney

12 January 2015

Bah, humbug. Ebenezer Scrooge’s famous expletive is often repeated at this time of year.


Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

Row rumbles on over town’s traffic issues

12 January 2015

The debate over solutions to Sudbury’s congestion and pollution continues to rumble on, with claims of a lack of action by councillors.


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