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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.
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.
Future Perfect is an online scheme designed to support people aged 15 to 25, who are about to leave education, or have recently entered employment.
The three incidents all took place within half an hour of each other on Thursday night.
The incidents took place in Tower Mill Lane and Highlands Road in quick succession on Wednesday night.
Twenty-nine people were stop-searched and two warrants were executed at local addresses over a three-week period, as part of targeted drug action.
Anybody seeking medical advice during this time can get in touch with the NHS helpline on 111, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Lizzie’s Fund was set up by Sally Bramall to support research into brain tumours among children, raising almost £300,000 for The Brain Tumour Charity.
More than 6,300 potholes and other highway faults were repaired in the county in March and April, compared with 5,345 in the same period last year.
Suffolk County Council says it will not pursue a relief road further – but Babergh District Council says they have not dropped interest in the scheme.
The future of a vital bus service, which was put in jeopardy after having its funding axed, has been secured.
Villagers say the trial for a reduced timetable on the Chambers 84 bus cannot realistically judge demand if more accessible stops are not introduced.
Babergh District Council has employed a property investment strategy, but the Treasury says it wants local authorities to end this practice.
Problems with a Government food voucher programme has left some schools putting in place their own free school meal schemes to ensure pupils were fed.
Education leaders in Suffolk are expecting that pupils will have made different levels of progress during lockdown.
A statement released by the Great Cornard-based school today announced that Mr Cleaver died on Sunday, having spent the day at home with his family.
Suffolk County Council is moving ahead with its plans to open schools for more children.
At the forefront of the endeavours by staff at Stour Valley Community School is design technology teacher Dan Stephens.