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‘Opportunist thief’ steals bags of logs from Long Melford Country Park

A volunteer at Long Melford Country Park has voiced his anger at the “disgraceful behaviour” of thieves who were filmed stealing wood, following the latest in a series of incidents over the last few months.

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New Clare town sign.

Disappointment after 200-year-old tree in Clare is felled on safety grounds

A ‘remarkable’ weeping ash tree in Clare cemetery has been felled by the town council because it was found to be diseased.

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Konings drinks factory, Stoke Road, Leavenheath

Picture Mark Westley

Conservation groups urge Boxford drinks firm to stop planned £35m expansion

Two conservation groups have implored Boxford drinks company Konings to stop its planned factory expansion because of the effect it will have on the area.

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Mary Evans from Suffolk County Council and Ira Adams, 8 officially open the new playground at Clare Castle Country Park.
Pic - Richard Marsham

Joy as ribbon is cut on Clare park’s new play area

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Daws Hall Nature Reserve, Henny Road, Lamarsh, Bures 
Daws Hall Autumn Colours Event - final family open day of 2017.
Lucy 4 and Annabelle 8 Ward from Great Waldingfield with Head of Education Amy Sutcliffe
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PICTURES: Basking in the autumn colours with Daws Hall Trust

Visitors basked in the glow of autumn’s colours when they got involved with half-term activity days at the Daws Hall Nature Reserve and Centre for Environmental Education last month.

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Suffolk needs to plan for the extraction of 1.158 million tonnes of sand and gravel each year

Suffolk consults on gravel extraction plans to 2036

Communities are being consulted on proposals that will secure sand and gravel extraction in Suffolk until 2036.

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Woodhall Primary School in Sudbury has renovated its wildlife garden and outdoor educational space after a big fundraising drive. Pictured: Leonie Harvey, Lyndsey Oakes, Sarah Botterall, Claire Rice, Helen Arbon and Bev King.

Fundraising drive transforms Sudbury school’s wildlife garden

A primary school in Sudbury has officially cut the ribbon on its newly-rejuvenated wildlife garden, achieved with the help of a major fundraising drive.

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No To Konings Expansion sign

Picture Mark Westley

Boxford campaigners install signs protesting £35m factory expansion plans

Residents living near a factory, which plans to expand its operation by almost four-fold, have voiced their opinions on signs outside their homes.

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From left, MEL Group chief executive Gary Harvey, director Nick Harvey and chairman Nick Smith.

High-flying Sudbury firm expands again

Sudbury-based engineering group MEL has gained 77 new employees after acquiring another engineering company.

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Clare Castle Country Park

Running craze starts in Clare country park

Clare Castle Country Park is the latest venue to host a parkrun – a five-kilometre running event that takes place every Saturday morning in 15 countries across five continents.

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Hadleigh egg and spoon race about 1960 Jean White in middle (died 2008) Beryl Wright on left.

Images tell the story of Hadleigh’s past times

A lack of cars and housing estates in Hadleigh are two of the most prominent features of photos taken in the 1950s and 1960s when compared with now.

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Babergh's proposed boundaries

Babergh to discuss changes to ward boundaries

Proposals to reduce number of district councillors and make changes to ward boundaries will be discussed by Babergh District Council.

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Police. PICTURE: MARK BULLIMORE.

Drivers caught flouting laws in Halstead policing operation

Fifty-six drivers were stopped for failing to wear a seat belt as part of a road policing operation in Halstead last week.

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Grand Designs Live - Excel London, May 2012 ***Pic by David McHugh 07768 721637***

Boxford eco home featured on Grand Designs for sale

A Boxford home, which featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs programme, has gone on the market with property agency Fenn Wright with a price tag of £575,000.

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Members of the green belt organisation who oppose the campaign and petition in support of a relief road around Sudbury.


Pictured: Tim Register, Julia Fowles-Smith, Robert Lindsey and Luke Creswell 



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Bypass would destroy Sudbury’s greatest asset, say campaigners

Campaigners opposing plans for a Sudbury bypass are calling for important questions to be answered over its benefit and negative impact on the town.

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Praise: Bryn Hurren

Boxford factory praised for openness on expansion plans

A planning application seeking to expand a drinks factory in Boxford look likely to come before planning committee councillors in November.

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Peter Rumsey, the founder of a new art gallery opening in Great Cornard 

Pictured: Peter Rumsey


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New arts centre in Great Cornard set to open

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This is the moment a white wallaby was spotted hopping along a rural road - more than 10,000 miles away from its native home.

Wallaby spotted on Sudbury road

A Sudbury motorist was left rubbing his eyes in disbelief after spotting what he believes was a white wallaby hopping along a road near Foxearth.

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Faith Archer at the Great East Run in Ipswich

Hadleigh mum finds her path to fitness

Sticking to a new year’s resolution is no mean feat – but that is exactly what Hadleigh mum-of-two Faith Archer did.

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Colin Bailey(left), Anglia in Bloom chairman Bob Ollier (middle) and Halstead Town Councillor Shirley Diver

Halstead triumphs at Anglia in Bloom awards with three golds

Halstead triumphed at this year’s Anglia in Bloom awards after winning three glittering accolades.

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