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From chatting with customers to Christmas discos and even visits from a ghost, the foundations of a former hotel preserve the echoes of happy times.
Few could claim that art has taken them on tour with the Rolling Stones - but James Wilkinson is one of those who can.
Eighty years ago, on February 18, 1941, the war came calling in the shape of a lone German aircraft, which tore the heart of a Suffolk town apart.
As the country faces its first locked-down February 14, we take a look back at how the tradition of Valentine's Day started.
Death in Paradise was one of the most popular programmes on television and the show can trace its heritage all the way back to Suffolk.
The first coronavirus lockdown saw the demand for and prices of puppies rocket, with dog thieves having cashed in on the lucrative market.