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Suffolk residents are being urged to continue to do the right thing and abide by distancing regulations.
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 online initiative saw individuals nominated by their loved-ones to receive a fused glass gift, which Gail Hatley crafted from her home studio.
Ciaran Griffin confirmed Sudbury Town Council is working with Babergh District Council on strategies to support the recovery of the town’s economy.
Volunteers have been working hard in recent weeks, inspired by other projects in Sudbury and Halstead, to revitalise the street scape of Long Melford.
The Cock Horse in Church Street, which was forced to shut in March, decided to bring forward its takeaway service to enable it to continue trading.
The scheme sees the meals prepared at the pub, before being delivered to six hospices and care facilities in the region, as well as Hadleigh Foodbank.
Streaming on Facebook every Sunday from 10.30am, the services run by Holy Trinity Church now have an audience of around 70 households.
Vibrant images of rainbows, which have become a symbol of gratitude during the crisis, now adorn the shop window at Boxford Stores.
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.
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.
At the forefront of the endeavours by staff at Stour Valley Community School is design technology teacher Dan Stephens.
Emma Waddell made the bold decision in 2010 to change careers and establish her own business, which sees her design and refurbish dolls houses.
Gerry and Cheryl Bird sold hundreds of plants by operating an online order and collection service in front of their home in Upper Road.
Michael and Deborah Russell, owners of the family business in Lower Road, have had to adapt their business with a delivery and collection service.
The company has seen a significant increase in sales for its mobile disinfection units, which are designed to disinfect rooms and visible contents.