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Digs unearth evidence of Long Melford’s ancient history

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New Clare town sign.

Disappointment after 200-year-old tree in Clare is felled on safety grounds

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Simon Barrett, Sudbury district cllr.

Sudbury councillor says Babergh Conservatives trying to ‘silence’ him with three-month suspension

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Ormiston Sudbury Academy, Tudor Rd, Sudbury
A group of male staff at Ormiston Academy grew moustaches last month
to raise money for the Movember Foundation which raises awareness of
health issues affecting men. Frazer Last, David Growcott, Adrian Starkey, Nigel Brown, Harsha Duvvasi and Jimmy Green NP Billy Herring.
Picture Mark Westley

Sudbury school sport moustaches to raise over £1,000 for Movember Foundation

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PICTURES: Thousands get into Christmas spirit at Lavenham winter festival

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PICTURES: Indoor Christmas market helps raise awareness of Delphi Centre in Sudbury

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Chappel man jailed for 18 months after assaulting wife

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PICTURES: Clare gets crafty with annual Christmas fair

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Works are underway to prepare Prado Lounge for its opening in Market Hill, Sudbury. Picture Mark Westley

Prado Lounge opening in Sudbury next week set to create 25 new jobs

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GLEMSFORD
Egremont Street, Glemsford
Gary Sparkes died earlier this month after losing his battle with Cancer. His colleague and friend, Mark White, took part in a 38 mile endurance run, in his memory.
Gary's wife, Fiona with Mark.
Picture Mark Westley

Glemsford man who died from cancer honoured with 38-mile endurance fundraiser

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Woman suffers life-changing injuries after traffic collision in Halstead

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South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge and members of Babergh District Council at the launch of a new petition in support of the Sudbury bypass project.

Sudbury bypass campaign moves forward after funding secured for business case

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Maciej Antkowiak, aged 23, died following a road traffic collision in Westgate Street, Long Melford on Wednesday, November 22.

Family pays tribute to man who died in Long Melford car crash

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Police - Road Closed sign.

UPDATE: Man arrested following fatal Long Melford crash released from custody

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Police - Road Closed sign.

Man dies and another man arrested after car crash in Long Melford

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Chappel man jailed for 18 months after assaulting wife

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The Co-op in Great Cornard was damaged in a failed ram raid on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Photo credit: Mike Dawson.

Great Cornard Co-op damaged in failed ram raid

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Ipswich Crown Court

Bures man with history of breaching court orders jailed for swearing at neighbour

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Masked man armed with hammer robs shop in Earls Colne

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Controversial school transport plans to go to public consultation

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Lavenham Pre School
Katherine Eves manager with Kay Burcham, Mel Lavergata, Rachel Childs and Kati Iliffe.
Picture Mark Westley

Delight for Lavenham Pre-school as children embrace move to new nursery

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Councillors reconsider Suffolk’s school transport proposals next week

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Wells Hall Children in Need

ROUND-UP: Youngsters across Suffolk raise thousands for Children In Need

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Pupils at St Gregory CEVC Primary School in Sudbury have been collecting money for Children In Need by creating their own
competitions, sales and fundraisers, using �1 each loaned from the school's PTA.




PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Sudbury school pupils show pounds of creativity for Children in Need

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PICTURES: Indoor Christmas market helps raise awareness of Delphi Centre in Sudbury

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Works are underway to prepare Prado Lounge for its opening in Market Hill, Sudbury. Picture Mark Westley

Prado Lounge opening in Sudbury next week set to create 25 new jobs

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SUDBURY: Kingfisher Leisure
Centre gets �150k new gym
Kingfisher Leisure Centre, Station Road, Sudbury.
Kingfisher Team Jack Ingram, Joe Harvey, Claire Turnbull, Mandy Hammond,Claire Evans and Judie Irons
Picture Mark Westley

Sudbury’s Kingfisher Leisure Centre invests £150,000 into new gym

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Mr Barbers The shop is part of a chain that has won a national award for hairdressing businesses.
Ben Gentillhomme, Tom Old and Jordan Roberts, NP Mark Lovell, Ricky Brooks and Tash Buce-Hall
Picture Mark Westley

Delight for Sudbury barbers after franchise wins top business award

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Sudbury councillor says Babergh Conservatives trying to ‘silence’ him with three-month suspension

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Fire damaged Grenfell Tower, London, June 16 2017. See National News story NNTOWER: Violence could erupt on the streets of London if the authorities don't take control of the Grenfell disaster aftermath, warned a local councillor. She said local people are "angry" in the wake of the catastrophic blaze and there will be "unrest in the streets" if council chiefs don't step in. Eartha Pond said donations and aid to victims of the Grenfell tower fire have been mainly community led. And she warned that if the local authority doesn't act quickly, civil unrest could erupt.

Hadleigh firm which supplied Grenfell insulation helped influence policy to maximise sales, investigation reveals

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A bird's eye view of Long Melford.

Land activity raises fears at prospect of large development in Long Melford

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Plans for 24 homes in Boxford near Daking Avenue has been refused. Members from Boxford Society are pleased with the decision following concerns that Swan Street is very narrow and there are traffic issues in the area.




PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Relief for Boxford residents after plan for 24 homes refused

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Works are taking place to renovate the giant clocks at the top of St Peter's Church in Sudbury.

Pictured: Market Hill


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Green Party warns overdevelopment risks turning Sudbury into ‘another clone suburb’

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Disappointment after 200-year-old tree in Clare is felled on safety grounds

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Konings drinks factory, Stoke Road, Leavenheath

Picture Mark Westley

Conservation groups urge Boxford drinks firm to stop planned £35m expansion

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Mary Evans from Suffolk County Council and Ira Adams, 8 officially open the new playground at Clare Castle Country Park.
Pic - Richard Marsham

Joy as ribbon is cut on Clare park’s new play area

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Daws Hall Nature Reserve, Henny Road, Lamarsh, Bures 
Daws Hall Autumn Colours Event - final family open day of 2017.
Lucy 4 and Annabelle 8 Ward from Great Waldingfield with Head of Education Amy Sutcliffe
Picture Mark Westley

PICTURES: Basking in the autumn colours with Daws Hall Trust

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Sudbury school sport moustaches to raise over £1,000 for Movember Foundation

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GLEMSFORD
Egremont Street, Glemsford
Gary Sparkes died earlier this month after losing his battle with Cancer. His colleague and friend, Mark White, took part in a 38 mile endurance run, in his memory.
Gary's wife, Fiona with Mark.
Picture Mark Westley

Glemsford man who died from cancer honoured with 38-mile endurance fundraiser

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Sudbury Fire Station

Ambulance and fire services to begin sharing Sudbury Fire Station in New Year

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Woman suffers life-changing injuries after traffic collision in Halstead

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Rachel Elding, TGA Mobility retail development manager (right), presents the assistive walker to Avocet Swimming Club organiser Lynne Holt (left) and two club members Brigitte Casey and Karen Fisher.

Disabled swimmers club in Sudbury benefits from walking aid donation

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