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Cavendish author launches new novel about French artist's tragic affair

Cavendish author launches new novel about French artist's tragic affair

Cavendish author launches new novel about French artist's tragic affair

An author from Cavendish has explored the love affair between a French artist and his mistress in her latest novel.


PICTURES: Thorpe Morieux exhibition celebrates art and nature

PICTURES: Thorpe Morieux exhibition celebrates art and nature

PICTURES: Thorpe Morieux exhibition celebrates art and nature

Hundreds of people visited Thorpe Morieux to enjoy Creation – a celebration of art, nature and the advent of spring.


Smile Festival returning to Sudbury to help keep memory of Arran Tosh alive

Smile Festival returning to Sudbury to help keep memory of Arran Tosh alive

Smile Festival returning to Sudbury to help keep memory of Arran Tosh alive

A Sudbury music festival – inspired by a teenage boy who lost his life to a brain tumour – is set to return this summer.


Hadleigh chocolate maker launches children's art competition in aid of EACH

Hadleigh chocolate maker launches children's art competition in aid of EACH

Hadleigh chocolate maker launches children's art competition in aid of EACH

A Hadleigh chocolate maker has invited youngsters to put their artistic skills to the test in a special charity competition.


Work begins to pave way for Sudbury's National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough

Work begins to pave way for Sudbury's National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough

Work begins to pave way for Sudbury's National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough

Work on the long-awaited multi-million pound National Centre for Thomas Gainsborough in Sudbury finally kicked off this week.


FEATURE: How Brexit inspired Lavenham author's thriller novel Exit Day

FEATURE: How Brexit inspired Lavenham author's thriller novel Exit Day

FEATURE: How Brexit inspired Lavenham author's thriller novel Exit Day

Truth can be stranger than fiction. But whatever Brexit conspiracy theories you have, thriller writer David Laws is confident he has gone one better.


Nayland artist launches new enterprise for people to paint and socialise

Nayland artist launches new enterprise for people to paint and socialise

Nayland artist launches new enterprise for people to paint and socialise

Anna Boon’s new business is about creating an original artwork from scratch in an evening – all while meeting new friends and socialising.


PICTURES: Care worker brings singing talents to Hadleigh Nursing Home

PICTURES: Care worker brings singing talents to Hadleigh Nursing Home

PICTURES: Care worker brings singing talents to Hadleigh Nursing Home

Stewart Ashfield, 25, is a care support worker at Hadleigh Nursing Home. But when he leaves his day job, Stewart performs as a singer.


PICTURES: Students set to showcase artwork at Sudbury railway station

PICTURES: Students set to showcase artwork at Sudbury railway station

PICTURES: Students set to showcase artwork at Sudbury railway station

Artwork depicting various forms of nature are to be showcased at Sudbury railway station.


FEATURE: How love of theatre nurtured in Sudbury led to acting career

FEATURE: How love of theatre nurtured in Sudbury led to acting career

FEATURE: How love of theatre nurtured in Sudbury led to acting career

Isabel Ford first stepped on to a stage at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds aged 10 as a pageboy in a Shakespeare play.


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