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Nayland Primary School hopes to send painted rocks around the world

Nayland Primary School hopes to send painted rocks around the world

Nayland Primary School hopes to send painted rocks around the world

Nayland will be filled with 300 painted rocks today, as the local primary school kicks off a project that it hopes will leave an imprint on the world.


South Suffolk MP backs Foreign Secretary in race to become next Prime Minister

South Suffolk MP backs Foreign Secretary in race to become next Prime Minister

South Suffolk MP backs Foreign Secretary in race to become next Prime Minister

The MP for South Suffolk claims Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt would be the candidate to deliver on the promise of prosperity after Brexit.


PICTURES: Taste of Sudbury food festival breaks attendance records

PICTURES: Taste of Sudbury food festival breaks attendance records

PICTURES: Taste of Sudbury food festival breaks attendance records

Sudbury’s food and drink festival smashed all attendance records on Sunday.


Plans for 136 new homes in Glemsford provokes more than 400 objections

Plans for 136 new homes in Glemsford provokes more than 400 objections

Plans for 136 new homes in Glemsford provokes more than 400 objections

There have been more than 400 objections to plans to build 136 homes in Glemsford, amid fears the development will harm nearby listed buildings.


Future of Sudbury fireworks display uncertain due to costs and safety concerns

Future of Sudbury fireworks display uncertain due to costs and safety concerns

Future of Sudbury fireworks display uncertain due to costs and safety concerns

The future of Sudbury’s annual public fireworks display is uncertain, amid increasing concerns about its running costs and safety.


Cornard care home resident died after suffering brain bleed, inquest hears

Cornard care home resident died after suffering brain bleed, inquest hears

Cornard care home resident died after suffering brain bleed, inquest hears

A 73-year-old woman died after suffering a bleed on the brain as a result of an unseen fall.


Nature area behind Quay Theatre in Sudbury given new lease of life

Nature area behind Quay Theatre in Sudbury given new lease of life

Nature area behind Quay Theatre in Sudbury given new lease of life

A nature area behind The Quay Theatre has been described by volunteers as “Sudbury’s best kept secret”, after being given a new lease of life.


Landlord calls last orders at Stansfield Compasses pub

Landlord calls last orders at Stansfield Compasses pub

Landlord calls last orders at Stansfield Compasses pub

A pub landlord has called his last orders, following plans to launch a new business venture in the village.


Council hails strong early uptake for new business hub in Sible Hedingham

Council hails strong early uptake for new business hub in Sible Hedingham

Council hails strong early uptake for new business hub in Sible Hedingham

The early level of uptake at a new business hub in Sible Hedingham was praised by a council as a positive sign of its potential to boost employment.


Concerns over increasing numbers of children being home-schooled in Suffolk

Concerns over increasing numbers of children being home-schooled in Suffolk

Concerns over increasing numbers of children being home-schooled in Suffolk

More than 800 children in Suffolk are being taught at home, including eight confirmed cases in one year of schools pressuring parents to home educate.


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