Rosalind Eminson said she was keen to give a token of appreciation to the Kernos Centre for its support of vulnerable people in and around Sudbury.
Last year’s walk raised £2,110, split evenly between the Decaf memory café at The Bridge Project in Sudbury and Hadleigh Dementia Action Alliance.
The equipment outside the fire station was funded by Ballingdon Street resident Graeme Weir, who pledged to finance a total of four defibrillators.
This makes England the 23rd nation to record a case of the deadly bug.
The Department of Health and Social Care commissioned a 'rapid and independent review' into how West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust handled the issue.
Users of the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Station Road have begun making use of the new exercise studio and health and fitness changing room.
Residents have criticised a decision to reduce the opening hours of a doctors’ surgery in Clare from next month.
It follows claims that scans for patients with aneurysms were deleted after 90 days and the hospital email system did not alert doctors to check them.
The device was funded almost entirely through the contributions of residents of Old Court, located near Cordell Road.
A £340,000 appeal, which will see a hospital charity aim to transform the experiences of end-of-life and terminally-ill patients, has been unveiled.
Ben and Lynsey Davies raised a total of £2,330.63 for the benefit of the Hope for Tomorrow charity’s mobile cancer care unit (MCCU) in west Suffolk.
The Help’r Defibrillator Project is encouraging businesses that have a defibrillator on their premises to consider relocating their equipment outside.
The money was raised through collections at the surgery during a series of flu vaccination clinics held this year.
A group of residents in Old Court have raised more than £1,000 to install a defibrillator outside the nearby parish council offices in Cordell Road.