Composed by June Linscott, Merve the Forgetful Mouse highlights the importance of boosting a child’s confidence by equipping them with key skills.
The Sudbury beer maker quickly adapted its business model following the lockdown, launching an online shop and a delivery service for its products.
After being allowed to proceed as essential work, Sudbury-based Cooper and Kelling Builders pressed on to finish the project for the new school year.
Suffolk Police were called out on Tuesday, following reports that a gun and bullets were found by contractors working on the farm in Thorpe Morieux.
Stuart Poole is inviting people to take part in a return cycle ride from Long Melford to Sudbury on Sunday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Suffolk County Council announced it has exchanged contracts to sell the Chilton Woods development site as a single lot to housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
The Christopher Centre launched a new monthly community market and car boot sale on Saturday, with a range of goods and creations on offer.
Hundreds of parents face uncertainty over how their children will get to school, as spare seats on school buses cannot currently be offered to them.
The two-day event drew around 600 visitors to the Tudor site in Long Melford, to enjoy activities such as sorcery, alchemy and a fantasy-themed hunt.
Joe Warren is embarking on a 14-mile walk from Great Cornard to Long Melford, with donations going to the My Wish Charity at West Suffolk Hospital.
Thomas Butler, 25, of Bridewell Street, pleaded not guilty to involvement in supplying cocaine and concealing £17,984 earned from proceeds of crime.
Staff member added a Snapchat story which was later shared on Facebook.
The theft took place at an address in Cavendish Road at approximately 5am on Monday, with police calling for anybody with information to come forward.
Alfie Gardiner, a pupil at Ormiston Sudbury Academy, began his challenge after his three-year-old cousin, Nellie, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.
The e-sports lounge says it is contemplating closing until social distancing regulations can be lifted, stating they have made it hard to do business.