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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.
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.
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.
Gary and Ashley Addison, who run the White Horse in North Street, established a successful take-away service during the public lockdown.
Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.
The centre will be hosting a new community market and car boot sale on Saturday, between 10am and 3pm, with a range of goods on offer.
Suffolk councils have received nearly £6 million in emergency cash from central Government in the latest settlement – but bosses warn more is needed.
Alex Mos, 12, explored the topic before writing a 500-word, in-depth essay for a maths school project, which he completed while working from home.
The Football Association has released a plan for the return of outdoor competitive grassroots football after gaining approval from the government.
Abbeycroft Leisure announced it is preparing for a phased return of activities at its facilities, beginning from Monday, July 27.
The festival was set to take place in October, but has now been turned into a digital offering, called Bookworms’ Bonanza, which begins on Monday.
The charity will no longer offer services to older people across Suffolk from Friday, July 24.
The pub welcomed back customers on Friday, operating with a smaller team and no more than 40 people per service, alongside a range of safety measures
The Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops - here's what you need to know.
Despite being in business for just 12 hours before closing, Double Take Hair Salon says the community's support has given them great confidence.
The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.