A former district councillor has called a consultation into the future of Belle Vue House in Sudbury “a sop”.
Every council in Suffolk bar one charge more than the national average for brown bin collections, it has been revealed.
With thousands of students joining a day of action over climate change, the Suffolk Free Press wants to speak to any parents whose children took part.
A voluntary group, which prides itself on regenerating green spaces in Sudbury, has scooped an award in recognition of its floral efforts.
A Cavendish woman is among a line-up of 12 contestants taking part in a show which charts the group’s adventures marooned on a remote tropical island.
The hard work of allotment holders and keen gardeners from Great Waldingfield paid off when the village held its annual autumn horticultural show.
Holly Sutton’s principles inspired the formation of Cradle, dedicated to serving plant-based dishes using locally-sourced organic produce.
Youngsters thought on their feet when they took part in an impromptu litter pick during a canoeing trip.
Dan Wheals, who works as a project co-ordinator at ActivLives, has decided to pursue his long-term goal of becoming a primary school teacher.
A church in Sudbury has been applauded for its commitment to supporting the environment, after receiving an accolade from a national charity.
Rob Brooks was determined to provide a tranquil retreat for people with a terminal illness, after his wife Rosemary lost her battle with lung cancer.
A Hadleigh schoolgirl has received the top prize in an annual poster design competition aimed at promoting litter awareness among children in Babergh.
One of the signature events on the Sudbury calendar is set to arrive this weekend, marking the 10th anniversary since the occasion first began.