The parish council is planning a wave of new initiatives, to help its businesses and revitalise the village’s profile as a tourist destination.
An appeal to install more defibrillators in Long Melford has been launched, to ensure all village residents are served in the event of an emergency.
A recycling scheme with a difference has been launched at Woodhall Primary School in a bid to increase activity – and awareness – in the playground.
A Clare resident has co-written a song that he hopes will provide a message of peace and positivity, while also being the Christmas number one single.
A 31-year-old man has been sentenced to three years in prison, after he was found guilty by a jury at Chelmsford Crown Court.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Sudbury on Remembrance Sunday to commemorate the war heroes who sacrificed their lives in conflict.
Ipswich councillor Elizabeth Hughes has stood twice before as a Labour Party candidate in general elections.
Greetings card shop Clintons is the latest prominent high street name to find itself in talks, in an effort to avoid collapse.
An application by Caffiene Lounge Ltd to convert the former Thing-Me-Bobs store into an e-sports venue has received planning permission.
After dropping three dress sizes at Gymophobics, Sarah Archer was inspired to launch her own business venture in Sudbury.
Officers carried out two separate raids on illegal drug manufacturing spaces in Sudbury and Pebmarsh.
A Thetford woman has denied two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
The incident occurred in Scotland Street some time between 7pm on October 28 and 7am the next day.
An announcement surrounding the sudden closure of a residential care complex in Great Cornard has left dozens of residents facing great uncertainty.
Changes to a controversial school transport policy in Suffolk have not been ruled out in 2020, as a study is due to be published in the New Year.
Villagers desperate to ensure the long-term future of an under-threat bus route say hardship and isolation would increase if the service is cancelled.
Changes to home-to-school transport in Suffolk have been described by the MP for South Suffolk as “unfair and unreasonable”.
An independent review into the controversial home-to-school transport policy has been announced.
David Beavan has been chosen as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the upcoming general election, after the previous selection withdrew his candidacy.
The measures look set to put more parking wardens on the streets and end the “wild west” situation in some of the county’s problem spots.
Sixty three per cent of schools in Suffolk use the free Department for Education job search and advice service
Children at Anglia Sunshine Nurseries in Warner Way joined in a series of games and sports, which featured rugby, basketball, football and tennis.