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.
The Sudbury Commons Lands Charity described the proposal as “an unacceptable, speculative attempt to build in a totally inappropriate location”.
Babergh District Council has confirmed that the usual schedule of garden waste collections will begin again on Monday.
Dedicated to preserving a series of footpaths located across the Suffolk countryside, Sudbury Ramblers was established in 1970.
Residents were delighted to receive a donation of plants and compost, giving them a temporary reprieve from the lockdown as they tended to the garden.
Ernie Stannard criticised the upkeep of the green space, which is managed by Sudbury Commons Land Charity on behalf of Great Cornard Parish Council.
Long Melford Parish Council confirmed the planned launch of the new project in May, aimed at rejuvenating the village centre, is under careful review.
Babergh District Council introduced further changes to their services after the Prime Minister announced extreme measures to stop the virus spreading.
Resident Nikki Googe says she has received a positive response from Babergh District Council to improve and provide more car parking
Carphone Warehouse has announced the closure of all 531 of its standalone stores – with an expected loss of 2,900 jobs.
A two-stage plan aimed at safeguarding a green and improving parking provisions in Long Melford has been approved in principle.
More than 2,000 flyers – inviting Great Cornard residents to a public meeting to find solutions to long-term parking issues – have been circulated.
Every night, often for five hours at a time, wildlife champion George Millins paces up and down a few hundred yards of road on the lookout for frogs.