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Babergh District Council has purchased a section of land in Great Cornard, which will link the village to Sudbury via a footpath on the Stour side.
A second consultation has begun on Suffolk Couny Council's plan for the future of sand and gravel extraction in the county.
Visitors got the chance to stroll around 25 acres of woodland and wildlife areas when Daws Hall Nature Reserve held a public open day last weekend.
Boxford held its 21st open gardens event, attracting hundreds of visitors to the village on Sunday.
A flower festival, inspired by stories from the Bible, drew large crowds throughout the bank holiday weekend to enjoy the displays at Clare Priory.
The disused railway between Lavenham and Long Melford is among the Suffolk wildlife sites that could lose protection under proposed policy changes.