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Brad James has spoken out about the difficulties he faced since the coronavirus lockdown began and how he had planned to take his own life.
The Storehouse revealed it helped to feed 259 adults and 238 children during April, which represented a 37 per cent rise in demand year-on-year.
From facing closure to making 1,000 deliveries per week, Clark and Son Meats intends to stick with the new business model once the lockdown is over.
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Officers are investigating whether this may be linked to three other instances of arson in the town.
Having developed a sense of pride in taking part in Clap for Carers, Lily Chapman, 10, was inspired to create a poem to reflect the weekly tribute.
Sudbury Rugby Club will formally pay its respects to Matt Austin, who died on Friday, May 16, following a short battle with cancer, at the age of 39.
Outgoing staff at the soon-to-close factory have concentrated their energies into producing thousands of headbands for protective face masks.
Concerns have been raised around the schedule since the collections resumed, with reports of a late collection in Little Waldingfield last week.
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No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.
The government has confirmed families who wish to keep their children at home rather than send them back to reopening schools will face no penalty.
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After a worrying time, secretary Helen 'Squash' Jackson explains how Sudbury Tennis Club is now bouncing back.
Reece Topley included in return-to-training group.
Tom Clark confident Jake Quickenden will provide a different result for Cornard United than Marcus Bent.
There has been a pleasing development for Sudbury Cricket Club since their nets reopened.
Kane Munday explains his decision to leave Thurlow Nunn League First Division South club Halstead Town.
We can reveal Cornard United have signed Dancing on Ice, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! And X-Factor TV star Jake Quickenden.
New Zealand and Kent star Matt Henry reflects on how his career started with a spell at Halstead a decade ago.
The online initiative saw individuals nominated by their loved-ones to receive a fused glass gift, which Gail Hatley crafted from her home studio.
Pete Hawkins is offering to paint portraits of NHS staff for free to express his gratitude for their vital work during the coronavirus crisis.
Gabby Rivers dedicated her first music record to NHS staff, after receiving vital treatment for a rare bone condition.
Billy Moulton-Day has continued operating his business, Rusty Creations, which sees him craft original sculptures and metalwork items from horseshoes.
Trudy Harman, who teaches at Glemsford Primary Academy’s nursery, submitted a pastel drawing of her dog, Fergal, for the Jackson’s Painting Prize.
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Fundraising efforts to deliver Assington’s first new playground in decades have come to fruition, as the community gathered to cut the ribbon.
A Cavendish woman is among a line-up of 12 contestants taking part in a show which charts the group’s adventures marooned on a remote tropical island.