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Buses add stop for new health centre

Buses add stop for new health centre

Buses add stop for new health centre

01 January 2015

Buses will begin stopping at the Sudbury Community Health Centre from Monday as services prepare to move into the new £10million facility.


Campaign targets town’s 3,000 smokers

Campaign targets town’s 3,000 smokers

Campaign targets town’s 3,000 smokers

31 December 2014

A health group is hoping to help people kick the habit and give up smoking in the new year.


Hotel hopes to raise £30k

Hotel hopes to raise £30k

Hotel hopes to raise £30k

31 December 2014

A hotel and restaurant hopes to raise £30,000 by holding two charity raffles as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.


Fraudster wins appeal over money he must repay

Fraudster wins appeal over money he must repay

Fraudster wins appeal over money he must repay

31 December 2014

A convicted fraudster has had the amount of money he must repay reduced from £179,000 to £7,900.


New Year’s Day pharmacy times

New Year’s Day pharmacy times

New Year’s Day pharmacy times

31 December 2014

Pharmacies will be open in Sudbury and Hadleigh today.


Schoolgirl fighting for life

Schoolgirl fighting for life

Schoolgirl fighting for life

31 December 2014

A schoolgirl is now in a stable condition after being airlifted to hospital following a crash in which one man died.


Family blown away by loving tribute to Chris

Family blown away by loving tribute to Chris

Family blown away by loving tribute to Chris

29 December 2014

The mother of a young father, who was killed after a Christmas party last year, said she was taken aback by a generous gesture from his colleagues.


Youngsters donate Christmas hampers

Youngsters donate Christmas hampers

Youngsters donate Christmas hampers

29 December 2014

Nursery children in Sudbury have been busy making hampers filled with gifts to give to those less fortunate this Christmas.


Crime volunteer awarded prize

Crime volunteer awarded prize

Crime volunteer awarded prize

29 December 2014

A Neighbourhood Watch volunteer has won a prize for his efforts on crime reduction.


Burglar flees with cash haul

Burglar flees with cash haul

Burglar flees with cash haul

29 December 2014

A householder disturbed a burglar who had forced their way into their home in Hadleigh.


Virus outbreak closes two wards

Virus outbreak closes two wards

Virus outbreak closes two wards

29 December 2014

Two wards at West Suffolk Hospital have been closed to new patients after an outbreak of norovirus.


Fears a driver could be killed in next crash

Fears a driver could be killed in next crash

Fears a driver could be killed in next crash

28 December 2014

Desperate pleas to lower speed limits have been made after a crash at an accident blackspot left one woman “lucky to be alive”.


Star of stage and screen Billy Whitelaw dies

Star of stage and screen Billy Whitelaw dies

Star of stage and screen Billy Whitelaw dies

28 December 2014

Young actress


Weekend Thought

Weekend Thought

28 December 2014

Some years ago, my daughter and another girl attended the same primary school.


A look back at the year in news

A look back at the year in news

A look back at the year in news

27 December 2014

So it befalls myself, the newest member of the Free Press team, to write the final In My View of the year. And what a year it has been.


Campaigner urges 20mph zone to ease town’s congestion

Campaigner urges 20mph zone to ease town’s congestion

Campaigner urges 20mph zone to ease town’s congestion

27 December 2014

A campaigner has put forward a bid to reduce the speed limit of several roads to 20mph in an effort to reduce congestion.


Head injury led to woman’s death

Head injury led to woman’s death

Head injury led to woman’s death

27 December 2014

A Long Melford woman was found dead by a neighbour who had been alerted by a smoke alarm sounding, an inquest heard.


Council approves developer bid for affordable housing

Council approves developer bid for affordable housing

Council approves developer bid for affordable housing

27 December 2014

A planning application to build 25 homes in Boxford has been approved – despite several objections to the scheme.


Hundreds gather to enjoy Christmas carol concert

Hundreds gather to enjoy Christmas carol concert

Hundreds gather to enjoy Christmas carol concert

27 December 2014

The annual carol concert by the Sudbury Choral Society brought around 200 visitors to enjoy songs and readings based around the 1914 Christmas Day truce.


Care home hits equipment total

Care home hits equipment total

Care home hits equipment total

26 December 2014

A Sudbury care home has raised more than £2,000 to buy a revolutionary piece of equipment to improve the well-being of dementia patients.


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