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Performing arts students honoured at Ormiston Sudbury Academy ‘Oscars’

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Pair of vehicles stolen from outside Hadleigh home

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The 2017 Black Ties and Posh Frocks Charity Ball at the Stoke-by-Nayland Hotel, in aid of Children With Cancer UK. Organiser Adrian Stohr (left) was joined by South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge.

Sudbury man’s charity ball for children with cancer takes £7,000 haul

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Katherine Mcleod, of Great Cornard, was voted the 2016/17 Student of the Year at Otley College.

Great Cornard teenager wins college’s Student of the Year award

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Boxford company hears residents’ fears about expansion plans

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PICTURES: Students unearth relics of history in Foxearth archaeology project

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Vintage taxi with unique place in Sudbury history set for first showing in decades

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Support group for people with macular degeneration launching at Sudbury Library

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Cavendish Primary School has received a 'Good' rating in its latest Ofsted report



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Cavendish Primary School keen to raise bar even higher after good Ofsted report

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Hartest, Suffolk. Hartest art and craft summer market at the Hartest Institute which showcased hand made products from the area, featuring ceramics, jewellery, textiles, wood and glass. Pictured is fire artisan Sarah Hubbard. 

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PICTURES: Artists showcase creativity at Hartest summer market

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MP welcomes roads minister to Sudbury to make case for bypass proposal

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Campaign for a bypass. Pictured: Cllr Colin Spence, James Cartlidge, John Sayers, Jan and Adrian Osborn

Government’s new £1bn bypass fund renews optimism for Sudbury relief road

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South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge with Hadleigh resident Christine Brindle, of the Pass Wide and Slow Campaign.

South Suffolk MP backs campaign to protect horses and riders on rural roads

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Police on the scene of an road traffic collision.

Tribute paid to 82-year-old Stanstead woman following fatal collision

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Kirsty White, who runs a junior cycling club, has called for people to stop parking inconsiderately near Pot Kiln Primary School in Great Cornard.

Great Cornard resident calls for action to stop inconsiderate parking near school

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Pair of vehicles stolen from outside Hadleigh home

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Corrie McKeague

Landfill search for missing Corrie to end with no trace found of airman

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Ipswich Crown Court

Sudbury man faces jail time after being convicted of robbery

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Sudbury man jailed in £2.5m cocaine operation fails to overturn sentence

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Performing arts students honoured at Ormiston Sudbury Academy ‘Oscars’

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Katherine Mcleod, of Great Cornard, was voted the 2016/17 Student of the Year at Otley College.

Great Cornard teenager wins college’s Student of the Year award

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The Access Cambridge Archaeological outreach unit were digging in Foxearth with local schools

Pictured: Naomi Kirkham (Samuel Ward), Annie Kidman (Ormiston Academy), Lewis Huggett (Ormston Academy) and Harriet Kendrick (Samuel Ward)


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

PICTURES: Students unearth relics of history in Foxearth archaeology project

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Cavendish Primary School has received a 'Good' rating in its latest Ofsted report



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Cavendish Primary School keen to raise bar even higher after good Ofsted report

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Tudor Primary School has been rated Good in its latest Church of England Schools inspection report  Pictured; Head Teacher along with the Faith Council.     PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Sudbury school bounces back from special measures with glowing SIAMS report

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Boxford company hears residents’ fears about expansion plans

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South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge welcomes Roads Minister Jesse Norman to Sudbury to make the case for a new bypass road. From left: James Cartlidge; Jesse Norman; Mark Pendlington, chair of the Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP); and Colin Noble, leader of Suffolk County Council.

MP welcomes roads minister to Sudbury to make case for bypass proposal

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Launch of 1 Oak Home Care in Sudbury. Pictured: Angel Doyle, founder of 1 Oak Home Care and Sarah Page, Mayor of Sudbury.

New Sudbury business aims to fight rural isolation among older generations

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Long Melford Street Fair 2017.
(Two live music stages, fun fair, entertainment area, street performers, more than 100 stalls etc.
Bellydanza from Sudbury and Earls Colne
Picture Mark Westley

PICTURES: ‘Massively successful’ Long Melford Street Fair attracts crowd of 15,000

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MP welcomes roads minister to Sudbury to make case for bypass proposal

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Royal Navy veteran Scott Stafford, of Long Melford, given new lease of life after being donated a mobility scooter.

Scooter donation gives disabled Navy veteran of Long Melford new lease of life

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Long Melford Bull Lane development.
Councillors John Watts chair of planning Long Melford PC, John Nunn parish and district councillor and Richard Kemp Parish district and county councillor
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Proposal to build new 71-home estate in Long Melford granted planning approval

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Campaign for a bypass. Pictured: Cllr Colin Spence, James Cartlidge, John Sayers, Jan and Adrian Osborn

Government’s new £1bn bypass fund renews optimism for Sudbury relief road

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Artist's impression of the 1,250-home Chilton Woods development

Great Cornard council concerned Chilton Woods plan would be “over-development”

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Suffolk Preservation Society warns of threats to countryside during AGM in Lavenham

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The Sudbury Area Green Belt Group voiced concerns after green space off Churchfield Road in Sudbury was churned up by a deep plough.

Calls to protect Sudbury ‘green belt’ after patch of countryside churned up

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Artist's impression of the 1,250-home Chilton Woods development

Sudbury Town Council backs Chilton Woods development plans, but calls for more green spaces

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Clare Castle Country Park


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Proposed lease changes at Clare Country Park spark dispute

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Sudbury man’s charity ball for children with cancer takes £7,000 haul

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Sudbury Library

Support group for people with macular degeneration launching at Sudbury Library

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Sudbury Rugby Club is rallying behind 20-year-old first team player Harry Maile, who has been diagnosed with testicular cancer, by producing a calendar to raise money for the Oddballs charity.

Sudbury Rugby Club rallies behind first team player diagnosed with cancer

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Henry Wilkins, 16 recovering in hospital. See Masons copy MNENGINE: A young footballer who suffered a horrific leg fracture was taken to hospital in a fire engine after being told to wait five hours for a paramedic. Firefighters stepped in for an overstretched ambulance service as the 16-year-old lay in agony after a tackle left his ankle broken in two places. East of England Ambulance Service apologised to Henry Wilkins' family after an on-pitch medic who was told to wait for five hours for an ambulance called the fire service instead.

Hadleigh footballer taken to hospital in fire engine after being told to wait five hours for ambulance

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Stock Picture - East of England Ambulance Service emergency ambulance on a blue light run.

Future of Sudbury ambulance station unclear as union calls for greater transparency

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