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

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Donation to Suffolk Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SoBS) at Waitrose in Sudbury.

Sudbury shoppers raise £490 for Suffolk Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

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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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Two parish councils oppose Boxford drinks maker’s £35m factory expansion plans

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Sudbury woman ‘humiliated’ after unknowingly withdrawing fake cash

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Volunteer groups and councillors co-ordinate efforts to improve Sudbury

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

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The Lamarsh Lion pub has been saved after shareholders pledged almost half-a-million pounds to buy it on behalf of the community.

Lamarsh Lion pub to be resurrected after community raises £495,000 to buy business

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Historic Vehicle Day to celebrate 110th anniversary of Newton Green Golf Club.


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PICTURES: Vintage vehicles help celebrate Newton Green Golf Club’s 110th anniversary

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Man denies causing death of Pebmarsh woman by dangerous driving

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Sudbury Bus Station
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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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Fatal road traffic collision.

Crash which led to Sible Hedingham man’s death being treated as suspicious

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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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Police have powers to confiscate and crush vehicles used in hare coursing

Hare courser warning as harvest clears fields

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Sudbury man jailed for three years for role in robbery

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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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CHAMPIONS: Long Melford pupils won gold in the swimming

Long Melford swimmers win gold medals at school event

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

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PepsiCo Copella juice factory at Boxford Farm, Suffolk.

Two parish councils oppose Boxford drinks maker’s £35m factory expansion plans

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Sudbury resident Sally Lambert is concerned the cash point at the local Sainsbury's store may contain a number of fake notes, after an embarrassing incident where she withdrew some money from the machine that turned out to be counterfeit, before unknowingly trying to spend it at the shop.



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Sudbury woman ‘humiliated’ after unknowingly withdrawing fake cash

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


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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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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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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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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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Melissa Frost performed a charity skydive for St Nicholas Hospice Care, in memory of her late father Roy White, from Long Melford.

Suffolk couple’s charity skydive raises £1,000 in memory of Melford man

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