Hundreds of paintings went on display in Clare last weekend as the town saw its annual art show take place in the town hall.
There were gifts galore, from stuffed animals to striking silver jewellery, on show and on offer to visitors in Sudbury on Saturday.
The annual show returns next month – with monster trucks and an eight foot robot set to take centre stage.
Sunshine brought out scores of families searching for Easter eggs in the grounds of Melford Hall at the weekend.
The plight of a homeless man in Sudbury spurred the creation of an art and craft group to support people struggling with mental health conditions.
Renowned for its wool trade, Lavenham paid homage to its rich heritage this week.
Thomas Gainsborough School has been awarded the highest accolade by the Arts Council of England.
Independent record shops around the UK – including Sudbury’s Compact Music in North Street – celebrate this year’s Record Store Day on Saturday.
The plans are drawn, a derelict building has demolished, and funds are steadily climbing the steep path towards a multi-million pound target.
Alison Coath, a retired Sudbury art teacher, kicked off her first solo art exhibition at Mill Tye Gallery in Great Cornard at the weekend.
Before teenage singer Molly Marshall began treatment for cancer around her vocal chords, she was told she might never be able to sing again.