Six of the best pumpkin ideas and how to make them

Halloween is fast approaching so to save you panicking about your pumpkin, we’ve pulled together six popular designs and guides on how to do them.

MOUNT BURES: Thatcher's Arms business success
Thatcher's Arms, Hall Road, Mount Bures owners Debbie and Stuart Fraser 
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Escape from the City is a recipe for success

Former City of London workers Debbie and Stuart Fraser decided to swap their high-flying IT and telecomms jobs for a new career running a country pub and restaurant.

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Star Wars comes to life at library’s super hero day

Children and their families were invited to celebrate a special sci-fi and super hero day as part of a national initiative called Star Wars Reads Day at Glemsford Library on Sunday.

Wives of military personnel at Wattisham are featured in the latest Military Wives Choirs album, Home for Christmas, which is being released this week

Wattisham wives sing out in latest Military Wives Choir album

Members of the Wattisham Wives Choir are taking part in the latest Military Wives Choir album which is being released ahead of Christmas.

Study reveals the keys to a perfect marriage proposal

Study reveals the keys to a perfect marriage proposal

The average woman expects her wedding proposal to take place at a landmark in her home city with a dazzling ring costing £1,013, according to new research.

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How to make the most out of your plummeting pound

How to make the most out of your plummeting pound

The plunging value of the pound can make it disheartening to think about how little bang you may get for your well-earned buck in the aftermath of Brexit.

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‘It could have been so much worse’ - fire at 15th Century Lavenham hotel

The general manager of a 15th Century restaurant and hotel in Lavenham has praised staff for their efforts in minimising the impact of a fire and for evacuating guests safely.

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A move towards putting town on fine dining map

Friars Street restaurant The Secret Garden is expanding with the opening of a new bar and restaurant next month.

Some people genetically programmed to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

Some people ‘genetically programmed’ to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

You really are what you eat, according to scientists, who have discovered the gene that determines if you like chicken korma or Eton mess.

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Seasonal fruit crumble

Fruits of the forage

This crumble should really be called ‘fruits of the forage’ because it exemplifies all that is best about this time of year when windfall apples and pears are there for the gathering, to be used in recipes where a perfect outwards appearance is not required.

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Race is no obstacle to taxi driver Michael

When he joined a Sudbury gym to exercise his problem knees, little did taxi driver Michael Nolan realise where it would lead him.

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Heart attack spurs jogger on to help grateful charity

Runner Dominic Turner from Bures is taking on a 13 mile run for a heart charity at the weekend.

The Crown in Stoke by Nayland has won an award

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Pub is crowned as county’s best for second time

Staff at The Crown in Stoke-by-Nayland are celebrating being recognised by the 2017 edition of the Good Pub Guide as Suffolk’s Dining Pub of the Year – for the second time.

B&Q recall

B&Q issues recall over injury risk

DIY chain B&Q has issued a recall after it emerged that one of its products could pose an injury risk to users.

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Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

Listening to loud music on personal devices could be leading to an epidemic of deafness among young people, a study shows.

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Linda Gregory and partner Mark Sutcliffe who are opening of new vegetarian restaurant
Kind Cuisine, 11a Friars Street, Sudbury

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New café grows its own plant food following

Sudbury sees the opening of a new vegan café this week, launched by town councillor Linda Gregory and her partner Mark Sutcliffe.

Time to change your password?

Revealed: the 25 worst online passwords

Hacking and data breaches are, sadly, an everyday fact of life in the 21st century but some people really aren’t helping matters by using simple, easy-to-break passwords.

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Remember when children used to play outdoors?

10 best outdoor games we used to play that our kids have never heard of

Kids of the 70s, 80s and 90s will remember them well with a nostalgic tear in their eye but here are 10 great outdoor games we used to play that our children have probably never heard of.

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Cyclists are in top gear for fundraising target

A team from a Hadleigh architects firm are on track to raise £8,500 for a children’s charity after riding from London to Paris.

Can PES come out on top after a decade in FIFAs shadow?

Console Corner: Can PES come from behind to win?

It’s that time of year again when Konami and EA put their dukes up and get ready to punch it out in the battle for football game supremacy.

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