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Volunteer wins coveted award

Volunteer wins coveted award

Volunteer wins coveted award

22 December 2014

A 30-year-old man has overcome his impairments to be crowned Volunteer of the Year at the 2014 Sense Awards.


Sudbury peer defeats government bill

Sudbury peer defeats government bill

Sudbury peer defeats government bill

22 December 2014

Lord Phillips of Sudbury was one of two Suffolk peers who helped defeat a government proposal to reduce the power of judicial reviews.


Angel festival a delight to behold

Angel festival a delight to behold

Angel festival a delight to behold

22 December 2014

Organisers of an inaugural angel festival in St Andrew’s Church in Bulmer hope it will prove as popular as other seasonal events.


Cornard students hoping for second win

Cornard students hoping for second win

Cornard students hoping for second win

22 December 2014

Students at Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard are going for glory for the second time in a county-wide mastermind challenge.


Woman badly injured after head-on crash with bus

Woman badly injured after head-on crash with bus

Woman badly injured after head-on crash with bus

22 December 2014

A 30-year-old woman was left with serious injuries after her vehicle was involved in a head-on crash with a bus on the A131 in Bulmer.


Army aviators scale Himalayan heights

Army aviators scale Himalayan heights

Army aviators scale Himalayan heights

21 December 2014

A team of soldiers marked the end of eight years of involvement in Afghanistan by scaling the highest trekking peak in the world.


Christmas dinner with the mayor

Christmas dinner with the mayor

Christmas dinner with the mayor

21 December 2014

Residents at Red House residential home in Sudbury enjoyed their Christmas lunch in the company of the town mayor.


Bus link road in Sudbury remains closed

Bus link road in Sudbury remains closed

Bus link road in Sudbury remains closed

21 December 2014

A controversial bus route in Sudbury has been temporarily abandoned after a failed test run showed weaknesses in the design.


Car park dancers hail another successful year

Car park dancers hail another successful year

Car park dancers hail another successful year

21 December 2014

A group of dancing charity fundraisers are celebrating another success after raising £3,500 during their annual 60s-style dance event.


Retro revamp harks back to golden years

Retro revamp harks back to golden years

Retro revamp harks back to golden years

21 December 2014

A fish and chip shop in Sudbury has been given a retro makeover – in tribute to the golden age of British takeaways.


Runner takes on seven marathons

Runner takes on seven marathons

Runner takes on seven marathons

20 December 2014

A charity in Clare is to benefit from a madcap marathon challenge.


Police discover cannabis factory

Police discover cannabis factory

Police discover cannabis factory

20 December 2014

A 55-year-old man from Great Cornard was arrested last week after police discovered a small cannabis factory at his home in Crayford Road.


Elderly pair freed after wall crash

Elderly pair freed after wall crash

Elderly pair freed after wall crash

20 December 2014

Two elderly people were left trapped after their vehicle crashed into a wall in Sudbury Road, Halstead.


Stock-up for winter, says GP

Stock-up for winter, says GP

Stock-up for winter, says GP

20 December 2014

With Christmas just a week away, a local GP has advised residents to stock-up on medicines to avoid unnecessary visits to A&E.


Anger over firefighter pension scheme

Anger over firefighter pension scheme

Anger over firefighter pension scheme

20 December 2014

A Labour Parliamentary candidate has claimed the public could be put at risk after MPs backed plans to make firefighters work until they reach 60.


Tory candidate: ‘I’ll defend countryside’

Tory candidate: ‘I’ll defend countryside’

Tory candidate: ‘I’ll defend countryside’

20 December 2014

A Conservative councillor, who will run for Stour Valley North in next year’s district council elections, has promised to stand up for the countryside.


Fire crews tackle bin blaze

Fire crews tackle bin blaze

Fire crews tackle bin blaze

19 December 2014

Fire crews from Sudbury tackled a fire started in a bin outside a house in Great Cornard last week.


Markings could be historic

Markings could be historic

Markings could be historic

19 December 2014

Crop markings in a Wattisham field – discovered by a metal detectorist using Google maps – could be those of a Bronze Age burial site.


Funds to tackle flood hot spots

Funds to tackle flood hot spots

Funds to tackle flood hot spots

19 December 2014

Additional funding of £10,000 has been set aside to tackle those areas worst affected by flooding.


Artist sees winning entry go on display

Artist sees winning entry go on display

Artist sees winning entry go on display

19 December 2014

The winner of an art competition got to see a version of her design go on show at the soon-to-be-opened Sudbury Community Health Centre.


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