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South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

South Suffolk MP seeks farmers' views on post-Brexit agricultural bill

The South Suffolk MP wants farmers' views on the future of agriculture after Brexit, as a proposed bill is set for a second reading in Parliament.


PICTURES: Scores of visitors drawn to Little Maplestead Flower Festival

PICTURES: Scores of visitors drawn to Little Maplestead Flower Festival

PICTURES: Scores of visitors drawn to Little Maplestead Flower Festival

The fragrance of fresh flowers filled the air in St John the Baptist Church at the weekend.


Sudbury council reveals ambitious plans to ignite town's prosperity

Sudbury council reveals ambitious plans to ignite town's prosperity

Sudbury council reveals ambitious plans to ignite town's prosperity

Residents’ views are being sought on bold plans to revitalise Sudbury and transform the area into a vibrant town.

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Halstead strikes gold at annual Anglia in Bloom awards

Halstead strikes gold at annual Anglia in Bloom awards

Halstead strikes gold at annual Anglia in Bloom awards

Halstead has staked its claim as one of the best-looking towns in East Anglia, after scooping gold at a major competition for the tenth year running.


Major archaeology project to begin at Clare Castle Country Park

Major archaeology project to begin at Clare Castle Country Park

Major archaeology project to begin at Clare Castle Country Park

Members of the public are being invited to join experts from Suffolk Archaeology on a three-year excavation at Clare Castle Country Park.


Rejected plans to convert Glemsford farm into wedding venue revived

Rejected plans to convert Glemsford farm into wedding venue revived

Rejected plans to convert Glemsford farm into wedding venue revived

Controversial plans to redevelop a farm in Glemsford into a wedding venue have resurfaced, just two months after the initial proposal was rejected.


Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

Suffolk care homes go head to head for Stow in Bloom competition

Care home residents showed their green fingers in a gardening competition this summer, as part of a healthcare trust’s efforts to enhance wellbeing.


Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

Sudbury nursery children help keep area clean and tidy

Nursery children in Sudbury learned the importance of keeping their local area clean when they helped community wardens clear litter in Great Cornard.


Sudbury woman overwhelmed by messages of support for community garden

Sudbury woman overwhelmed by messages of support for community garden

Sudbury woman overwhelmed by messages of support for community garden

A woman has been overwhelmed by a series of heartfelt messages left at the site of a community garden, which she maintains in Sudbury.


River Stour Trust re-opens Sudbury's Granary as £52,000 revamp pays off

River Stour Trust re-opens Sudbury's Granary as £52,000 revamp pays off

River Stour Trust re-opens Sudbury's Granary as £52,000 revamp pays off

Celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stour River Trust were topped off last weekend by the official reopening of The Granary in Sudbury.


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