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PICTURES: Suffolk pubs raise a glass at summer beer festivals

PICTURES: Suffolk pubs raise a glass at summer beer festivals

PICTURES: Suffolk pubs raise a glass at summer beer festivals

Time to socialise and cool off was the order of day at beer festivals held in two village pubs, which attracted thousands of people.


The Fox pub in Bulmer Tye to re-open under new ownership

The Fox pub in Bulmer Tye to re-open under new ownership

The Fox pub in Bulmer Tye to re-open under new ownership

The new owners of a closed village pub say the business is a natural fit for their growing network across Suffolk.


New consultation launches on Joint Local Plan for future development in Babergh

New consultation launches on Joint Local Plan for future development in Babergh

New consultation launches on Joint Local Plan for future development in Babergh

A second public consultation on the future blueprint for housing and economic development in Sudbury and the rest of Babergh kicked off this week.


BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

BREAKING: Bitter blow for Sudbury as Delphi plans to sell to housing developer

Sudbury has been dealt a bitter blow, after Delphi announced plans to sell to a housing developer, meaning hundreds of jobs could be permanently lost.


Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

Commercial scheme better than residential for Delphi site in Sudbury, report finds

A commercial-led development would be the best and most viable use of a soon-to-close major industrial site in Sudbury, a report has concluded.


Munnings Tea Shop in Lavenham angry at zero rating from food standards inspection

Munnings Tea Shop in Lavenham angry at zero rating from food standards inspection

Munnings Tea Shop in Lavenham angry at zero rating from food standards inspection

The owner of an iconic tea room in Lavenham has hit out at a zero rating for food standards after a visit by inspectors.


Winch & Blatch plans to sell two sites in Sudbury due to drop in sales

Winch & Blatch plans to sell two sites in Sudbury due to drop in sales

Winch & Blatch plans to sell two sites in Sudbury due to drop in sales

Sudbury department store Winch & Blatch has announced it is preparing to sell two of its four sites in the town, blaming reduced sales and footfall.

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Skyview Systems in Sudbury wins award for carbon emission reduction efforts

Skyview Systems in Sudbury wins award for carbon emission reduction efforts

Skyview Systems in Sudbury wins award for carbon emission reduction efforts

A Sudbury company, which specialises in weather monitoring, has been awarded a Suffolk Carbon Charter silver award for its carbon reduction efforts.


Three pubs in Nayland area named in national AA Pub Guide

Three pubs in Nayland area named in national AA Pub Guide

Three pubs in Nayland area named in national AA Pub Guide

A trio of pub and restaurants in the Nayland area have received national recognition, after appearing in an annual guide of the top British pubs.


Future of William Hill shop in Halstead unclear as firm announces closures

Future of William Hill shop in Halstead unclear as firm announces closures

Future of William Hill shop in Halstead unclear as firm announces closures

Bookmaker William Hill has announced a consultation on plans to close 700 shops across the country.


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