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Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

17 July 2020
Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

Lavenham Children's Book Festival transformed for digital format due to coronavirus outbreak

17 July 2020

The festival was set to take place in October, but has now been turned into a digital offering, called Bookworms’ Bonanza, which begins on Monday.


Respects paid for London Bridge attack victims

02 December 2019
Respects paid for London Bridge attack victims

Respects paid for London Bridge attack victims

02 December 2019

The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich and a former High Sheriff of Suffolk have paid their respects after the London Bridge attack on Friday.


Lavenham Classics motor show brings in almost £3,000 for community council

30 August 2019
Lavenham Classics motor show brings in almost £3,000 for community council

Lavenham Classics motor show brings in almost £3,000 for community council

30 August 2019

This year’s event focused on a traditional family day out, which included live music and a mix of more than 150 classic cars and motorcycles.


Suffolk Constabulary formally appoints next chief constable

28 January 2019
Suffolk Constabulary formally appoints next chief constable

Suffolk Constabulary formally appoints next chief constable

28 January 2019

Suffolk’s police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore, has formally announced the appointment of Steve Jupp as the next chief constable for the county.


Sudbury gets Backlashed with ballroom

11 August 2017
Sudbury gets Backlashed with ballroom

Sudbury gets Backlashed with ballroom

11 August 2017

Richard Miller’s Backlash Show is not to be missed...it’s a thriller has been endorsed by ex-Strictly judge, Len Goodman who called it ‘A thriller from Miller.’


Hall hosts BBC hit roadshow

06 August 2017
Hall hosts BBC hit roadshow

Hall hosts BBC hit roadshow

06 August 2017

Owners are dusting off their collectables as the Antiques Roadshow is coming to Helmingham Hall, near Stowmarket, on Thursday, August 31.


Campaign to find donor for Bury St Edmunds cancer girl

30 July 2017
Campaign to find donor for Bury St Edmunds cancer girl

Campaign to find donor for Bury St Edmunds cancer girl

30 July 2017

A girl from Bury St Edmunds is searching for a lifesaver in her fight against blood cancer and now has superstar Ed Sheeran trying to help her find one too.


Haughley Park on the hunt for top dog

21 July 2017
Haughley Park on the hunt for top dog

Haughley Park on the hunt for top dog

21 July 2017

English Sheepdogs from across the country will battle it out in Haughley Park, near Stowmarket for three days of trials to be crowned English National Champion 2017.


Wind in the Willows Pakenham for open air show

23 June 2017
Wind in the Willows Pakenham for open air show

Wind in the Willows Pakenham for open air show

23 June 2017

Following a hugely successful tour of Alice in Wonderland the Immersion Theatre Company will be performing the family classic Wind in the Willows at St Mary’s Church in Pakenham on July 8.


REVIEW- Alice in Wonderland at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

22 June 2017
REVIEW- Alice in Wonderland at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

REVIEW- Alice in Wonderland at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

22 June 2017

Having never seen a ballet before I didn’t know what to expect and with it portraying Alice in Wonderland anything was possible.


Party in the Park 2017 at Clare Castle Country Park

21 June 2017
Party in the Park 2017 at Clare Castle Country Park

Party in the Park 2017 at Clare Castle Country Park

21 June 2017

Clare’s ‘Party in the Park’ is on July 1 and promises to be bigger and better than ever.


Black brings timeless jazz back to Quay

12 May 2017
Black brings timeless jazz back to Quay

Black brings timeless jazz back to Quay

12 May 2017

Fans of classic jazz can see the show Cry Me a River - The Fitzgerald/Holiday and Armstrong Songbook at the Quay Theatre, Sudbury, on May 19.


Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds hosts Secret Garden

12 May 2017
Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds hosts Secret Garden

Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds hosts Secret Garden

12 May 2017

The Spinning Wheel Theatre company are to perform The Secret Garden in Bury St Edmunds’ Abbey Gardens on June 9.


Beaton’s fracking comedy

12 May 2017
Beaton’s fracking comedy

Beaton’s fracking comedy

12 May 2017

Following an acclaimed sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, Fracked! Or Please Don’t Use the F-Word visits Cambridge Arts Theatre on May 22-27.


Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

06 February 2017
Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

Increase in number of rough sleepers in West Suffolk as councils receive funding to help them

06 February 2017

Councils in Suffolk are to step up their efforts to help those at risk of becoming homeless and sleeping rough.


RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

05 October 2015
RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

RYMAN FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Marketmen secure long-awaited first Premier Division victory

05 October 2015

Needham Market got their first win of their newly promoted campaign in the Ryman League Premier Division on Saturday while Bury Town (won), AFC Sudbury (draw) and Soham Town Rangers (defeat) were all FA Trophy action.


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