Disappointed that this year’s Sudbury Open Gardens was cancelled due to coronavirus, Conrad and Colette Bentley, staged their own two-day spectacle.
The outdoor nursery is seeking children aged two to four years old to join its outdoor learning sessions, which will commence in Clare this September.
Determined to become more productive, Matt Byham decided to hone his skills as an amateur photographer, in the hope of capturing rare wildlife scenes.
Some people may have noticed something bugging them more than usual yesterday.
Babergh District Council confirmed it is working with Suffolk Police to investigate whether the development has breached any wildlife protection laws.
More tree planting, new electric vehicle charging points and new solar farms are among measures in a plan to make Babergh carbon neutral by 2030.
Balance Power Projects is seeking planning permission to construct a gas-powered electricity reserve facility on the Chilton Industrial Estate.
Adrian Walters has called on everyone who uses Sudbury's water meadows to play a role in preserving them, after announcing his retirement as a ranger.
Volunteers have worked for months to revitalise the village centre with floral displays, aided by a £10,000 grant from Long Melford Parish Council.
The Environment Agency confirmed a huge rise in roach and rudd spawn, as well as improved water quality, following £10,000 of work at the river.
Concerns have been raised around the schedule since the collections resumed, with reports of a late collection in Little Waldingfield last week.
Having gained extensive experience over 20 years, Catherine McMillan is keen to pass on her knowledge to help people develop their gardening skills.
Volunteers have been working hard in recent weeks, inspired by other projects in Sudbury and Halstead, to revitalise the street scape of Long Melford.
Gerry and Cheryl Bird sold hundreds of plants by operating an online order and collection service in front of their home in Upper Road.
Organisers of the Hidden Gardens of Hadleigh have invited residents to submit one photo of their garden, which will be judged across three categories.