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Lorry driver denies causing death of Hitcham pensioner in alleged hit and run

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The Black Lion in Long Melford which is undergoing a refurb by new owners The Chestnut Group

The Black Lion in Long Melford is to open shortly after refurbishment by The Chestnut Group

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Little Waldingfield, Suffolk. Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service and members of the Box River Church Benefice are gathering at the Church of St Lawrence in Little Waldingfield, to mark 200 years since the birth of Suffolk man Robert Branford, the first black policeman in history to be recruited into the Metropolitan Police.

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PICTURES: Little Waldingfield remembers Met’s first black officer

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Phil Clark, site manager at Konings, Boxford

Boxford drinks firm responds to fears about proposed £35m expansion

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Sudbury Chamber of Commerce preparing strategy to deal with Delphi closure

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Bures couple celebrates 65 years of marriage alongside family

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Hartest man jailed for taking indecent images of young girls in Sudbury

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A-LEVELS ROUND-UP: Suffolk students celebrate top grades on results day

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Group shot of Sudbury Carnival Queens Court. Helpers, volunteers, parents princes and princesses with the Queen Ashleigh Stohr (15) (Purple dress)

PREVIEW: Sudbury set for big annual town carnival this Sunday

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The Bridge Project in Sudbury is the first public place in the UK to install a Tovertafel 'Magic Table' to stimulate physical, mental and social activity.

Sudbury’s Bridge Project installs ‘magic table’ to help people with dementia

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Lorry driver denies causing death of Hitcham pensioner in alleged hit and run

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Ipswich Crown Court

Man denies causing death of Pebmarsh woman by dangerous driving

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Sudbury Bus Station
Sudbury
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REACTION: Bus users ‘disgusted’ at cuts to services to and from Sudbury

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Zachariah Zac Smith, of North Rise in Great Cornard, and Kye Mclean, of Rockhall Road in Polstead, died after the silver Vauxhall Corsa car they were in crashed on the B1115, Great Waldingfield Road, on Wednesday, August 9.

Tributes paid to two 18-year-old men who died in Great Waldingfield crash

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East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Man airlifted to hospital after motorbike collides with cars in Halstead

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Lorry driver denies causing death of Hitcham pensioner in alleged hit and run

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Ipswich Crown Court

Hartest man jailed for taking indecent images of young girls in Sudbury

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Have your say on Halstead policing and crime at public meeting

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Ipswich Crown Court

Man denies causing death of Pebmarsh woman by dangerous driving

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A-LEVELS ROUND-UP: Suffolk students celebrate top grades on results day

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Students and staff of Stour Valley Community School are celebrating a 'Good' Ofsted rating.

Stour Valley Community School celebrates progress after Good Ofsted rating

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Hadleigh High School Prom 2017

PICTURES: Hadleigh High School makes prom a night to remember

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St John The Baptist Primary School in Pebmarsh was named the Best Performing School in Braintree District Council's Recycling Rewards Scheme.

Pebmarsh school named ‘greenest’ in county in recognition of recycling efforts

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The Thomas Gainsborough School art exhibition. Pictured: Abbie Colgate, Laura Ablitt, Zeta Damm.

Sudbury school showcases student art alongside £2m Gainsborough painting

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The Black Lion in Long Melford is to open shortly after refurbishment by The Chestnut Group

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Phil Clark, site manager at Konings, Boxford

Boxford drinks firm responds to fears about proposed £35m expansion

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Delphi Diesel Systems in Sudbury.

Sudbury Chamber of Commerce preparing strategy to deal with Delphi closure

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Lavenham, Suffolk. De Vere House in Lavenham which is on the market for �995,000. The house appeared in the Harry Potter films.

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Historic Lavenham home known as Harry Potter’s birthplace on sale for almost £1m

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Boxford drinks firm responds to fears about proposed £35m expansion

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Sudbury Bus Station
Sudbury
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Cuts to key bus services to and from Sudbury sparks anger from residents

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Aerial photograph of St Gregory's Place, the new housing development at the site of the former Walnuttree Hospital in Sudbury. Photo supplied by PJ Livesey.

Homes development at former Walnuttree Hospital in Sudbury makes major progress

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Fenn Wright on Market Hill are celebrating a strong six months in Sudbury


Pictured: Graham Buxton (Partner), Sam Thornton (Associate Partner), Janice Woodhouse (Secretary) and Tracy Wigens (Sales Progressor)


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Sudbury agents confident in health of town’s property and commercial markets

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Dedham Vale Area of Natural Beauty (AONB) and Stour Valley Forum 2017 at Shrubs Farm in Lamarsh.

Nature forum says Stour Valley must be safeguarded to cope with rising populations

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Volunteer groups and councillors co-ordinate efforts to improve Sudbury

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Outside Clare library, Guildhall, High Street, Clare CO10 8NY

Free clinics at Clare library aim to help save money on energy bills

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Janice and Ghalib Al-Nasser are champion budgerigar breeders and exhibitors who keep more than 400 budgies at their home in Pentlow. Photo credit: SWNS.

Pentlow couple celebrate 50 years as champion budgerigar breeders

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Met Office warns of heavy rain and flooding

Warnings of heavy rain on Tuesday and Wednesday across East Anglia

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Sudbury’s Bridge Project installs ‘magic table’ to help people with dementia

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East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Man airlifted to hospital after motorbike collides with cars in Halstead

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David Rutledge, of Alphamstone, was admitted to the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds after suffering a loss of vision, but did not respond to treatment and later died.

Alphamstone man died from asbestos exposure while working at factory, inquest hears

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Rachel Stokes, a cancer patient from Sudbury, has raised almost �6,000 for the Suffolk Mobile Chemotherapy Unit.

Sudbury cancer patient raises almost £6,000 for chemotherapy unit which treated her

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Colleagues from the QD store in Hadleigh completed a raft race for Brain Tumour Research in memory of their late friend Natalie Freeman. Pictured: Carol Denney, store manager Anita Page-Boulton, Paula Rastrick from Brain Tumour Research, and Neil Farthing.

Hadleigh team completes raft race in memory of colleague for Brain Tumour Research

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