The Rev Tom Mumford will set off from St Gregory’s Church to St Edmundsbury Cathedral and its Abbey ruins in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday, August 22.
Composed by June Linscott, Merve the Forgetful Mouse highlights the importance of boosting a child’s confidence by equipping them with key skills.
For the penultimate time, here are this week's entries for our lockdown photography competition Snapshot Suffolk.
The Sudbury beer maker quickly adapted its business model following the lockdown, launching an online shop and a delivery service for its products.
After being allowed to proceed as essential work, Sudbury-based Cooper and Kelling Builders pressed on to finish the project for the new school year.
Suffolk Police were called out on Tuesday, following reports that a gun and bullets were found by contractors working on the farm in Thorpe Morieux.
Stuart Poole is inviting people to take part in a return cycle ride from Long Melford to Sudbury on Sunday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The e-sports lounge says it is contemplating closing until social distancing regulations can be lifted, stating they have made it hard to do business.
Shayne Kemp opened The Marshall Method in Gaol Lane, after a career largely spent in private childcare, having been bitten by the fitness bug.
Thomas Butler, 25, of Bridewell Street, pleaded not guilty to involvement in supplying cocaine and concealing £17,984 earned from proceeds of crime.
The theft took place at an address in Cavendish Road at approximately 5am on Monday, with police calling for anybody with information to come forward.
Sudbury Police says it has disrupted two county lines operations, since beginning targeted action against drug crime following coronavirus lockdown.
One man, 36, was arrested in Walnut Tree Lane, while two men, 19 and 18, were arrested in Stour Street, in relation to the supply of class A drugs.
Staff member added a Snapchat story which was later shared on Facebook.
Alfie Gardiner, a pupil at Ormiston Sudbury Academy, began his challenge after his three-year-old cousin, Nellie, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.
Hundreds of parents face uncertainty over how their children will get to school, as spare seats on school buses cannot currently be offered to them.
Age UK Suffolk's suspension of services from Friday will impact the Chilton Centre, home of the Chilton Club social group, and Go Start's head office.
Emergency services were called out at 8.45pm on Sunday, following reports that a single vehicle had crashed on a stretch of the A134.
Sudbury Town Council urged Suffolk Highways to investigate potential work on the link road, following worries about its use by unauthorised vehicles.
Suffolk councils have received nearly £6 million in emergency cash from central Government in the latest settlement – but bosses warn more is needed.
The plan is to be completed by the end of 2021 to begin supporting families, after it emerged 1,500 more pupils were claiming free school meals.
Roy Saunders, a resident of Glemsford since 2004, lost his battle with pulmonary fibrosis at West Suffolk Hospital on June 29. He was 78 years old.