The parents of a young girl with severe epilepsy, whose medication was seized at an airport, called for a long-term solution around medical cannabis.
An MP has called for immediate action from the Home Office, after medical cannabis used to treat a young girl with epilepsy was seized at an airport.
East of England Ambulance Service Trust, which operates in Sudbury, still ‘requires improvement’, a review has found.
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 plea for dog owners to sign their pets up to give blood has been launched by a Sudbury veterinary practice, as it partners with a national charity.
A plea has been made to the new prime minister for better investment in Suffolk, as public sector chiefs outline the county’s priorities.
A cancer survivor, who ran her first marathon, expressed her gratitude to the hospital that supported her, as she donated more than £1,000 to charity.
The campaign to increase the amount of live-saving equipment in Sudbury has been given another boost, after children funded a new 24/7 defibrillator.
Staff sickness due to stress, anxiety and depression at two Suffolk councils has more than doubled in just one year, shock new figures reveal.
Staff at a medical practice in Sudbury raced through the mud in a cancer charity fundraiser at the weekend, raising more than £2,000 in the process.
A Sudbury resident has pledged to pay for four sets of live-saving equipment, in the hope that others will follow suit for the community’s benefit.
A community scheme in Hadleigh, aimed at helping people with dementia to stay active, has earned national recognition.
Having worked for years to increase the number of 24/7 defibrillators in the UK, Andy Read’s efforts hit home when he had a cardiac arrest last year.
A 10-year-old from Long Melford, who cares for his mother with multiple sclerosis, was recognised by Number 10 for raising awareness for young carers.