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Clare antiques warehouse to stay open as work on apartment conversion begins

Clare antiques warehouse to stay open as work on apartment conversion begins

Clare antiques warehouse to stay open as work on apartment conversion begins

An antiques warehouse in Clare has sought to reassure customers that it will stay open, when the conversion of part of the building into flats begins.


Open letter calls for urgent progress on future of Delphi site in Sudbury

Open letter calls for urgent progress on future of Delphi site in Sudbury

Open letter calls for urgent progress on future of Delphi site in Sudbury

A plea for urgent progress to be made on the future of Delphi in Sudbury has been issued, amid concerns the uncertainty is harming the town’s economy.


Bells ring true as pub regular buys business in Preston St Mary

Bells ring true as pub regular buys business in Preston St Mary

Bells ring true as pub regular buys business in Preston St Mary

The new owner of a village pub is optimistic about its future, following concerns that the site could be redeveloped into homes.


Skar Precision Mouldings of Hadleigh celebrates 50 years in business

Skar Precision Mouldings of Hadleigh celebrates 50 years in business

Skar Precision Mouldings of Hadleigh celebrates 50 years in business

Hadleigh firm marks 50 years trading in the town


Sudbury firm CAS hires new business development manager to support growth

Sudbury firm CAS hires new business development manager to support growth

Sudbury firm CAS hires new business development manager to support growth

Claire Brooks has joined Sudbury-based independent storage company Clarks Archive Storage, known as CAS.


Pubs in Long Melford and Lavenham shut as Stuart Inns calls in liquidators

Pubs in Long Melford and Lavenham shut as Stuart Inns calls in liquidators

Pubs in Long Melford and Lavenham shut as Stuart Inns calls in liquidators

Family-owned pub business Stuart Inns, which owns an award-winning Long Melford restaurant, has been sold having gone into liquidation.


Glemsford factory seeks smooth transition before plant shuts

Glemsford factory seeks smooth transition before plant shuts

Glemsford factory seeks smooth transition before plant shuts

A major south Suffolk employer, which is set to shut next year, says it is committed to a positive transition ahead of its closure.


Villagers toast work to restore The Swan pub in Little Waldingfield

Villagers toast work to restore The Swan pub in Little Waldingfield

Villagers toast work to restore The Swan pub in Little Waldingfield

A village is getting ready to raise a glass in celebration as work gets under way on its only pub, where the last pint was pulled over two years ago.


Driving school launches collaboration with Sudbury hypnotherapist

Driving school launches collaboration with Sudbury hypnotherapist

Driving school launches collaboration with Sudbury hypnotherapist

How can learner drivers overcome nerves before they take their driving test? A new business collaboration believes hypnotherapy could be the answer.


Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

Babergh council seeks big cash boost for major regeneration project in Sudbury

An application for a substantial grant to help fund a major regeneration project in Sudbury has been submitted by Babergh District Council.


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