Lizzie’s Fund was set up by Sally Bramall to support research into brain tumours among children, raising almost £300,000 for The Brain Tumour Charity.
The NHS in Suffolk is encouraging residents to seek help at any sign of symptoms, as it is thought many are staying away due to coronavirus fears.
Malcolm Stone was diagnosed with a detached retina following an eye test at Specsavers on Market Hill, and received corrective surgery soon after.
About 50 sets of the cerise-coloured scrubs were taken to West Suffolk Hospital by Susan Moore, owner of Clare Park Lake Golf Course.
Shirley Dockerill, who has remained in remission from ovarian cancer for almost a decade, hopes her personal experience will give optimism to others.
Julie Iveson's painting depicts a nightingale in a nurse’s uniform – a reference to the new NHS Nightingale Hospitals, set up to combat the outbreak.
Lynsey Davies says it is particularly important to keep the charity's mobile cancer care units going now, as it relieves pressure on hospitals.
A total of £4,115 was presented to the My Wish Charity to support cancer patients, following a series of gigs organised by Robbie and Julie Gladwell.
A new concise list has been revealed after the Government announced lockdown measures would continue for further three weeks.
Angel Clark, owner of 1 Oak Home Care, created a headband to alleviate the discomfort of wearing a surgical mask – a key item for front-line workers.
The total number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus across the East of England has risen to 5,651.
The business has offered to create PPE for NHS workers tackling the pandemic.
A total of 395 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Suffolk.
A total of 4,165 people have tested positive for the disease across the East of England.
Sports editor Russell Claydon explains the challenges of working in his department during the nationwide lockdown.