While working from her High Street home, 21-year-old George Coll has been selling prints of her abstract paintings, in aid of NHS Charities Together.
Bob Darvell plans to auction off the sketches as a tribute to his friend Michael Head, who lost his battle with lung cancer in May,
The online initiative saw individuals nominated by their loved-ones to receive a fused glass gift, which Gail Hatley crafted from her home studio.
Gabby Rivers dedicated her first music record to NHS staff, after receiving vital treatment for a rare bone condition.
Trudy Harman, who teaches at Glemsford Primary Academy’s nursery, submitted a pastel drawing of her dog, Fergal, for the Jackson’s Painting Prize.
The highest bid on the sculpture, which is inspired by mythological story of Icarus, has already reached £5,000, with bidding open until 5pm on May 1.
Serena Grant, who is a professional singer, hopes to boost people’s spirits during lockdown with the release of her new song, Stay Home.
Tributes have been paid to a dedicated dressmaker who spent nearly three decades running the costume department at Sudbury’s Quay Theatre.
The salon in Market Hill filled its front window with art by local pupils, with a theme of celebrating the NHS, and is keen for more to get involved.
Using the web conferencing platform Zoom, the online group enables members of the HappySounds Community Choir to communicate from their homes.
The summer concert series at Thetford Forest has been cancelled.
Based out of a unit next door to the museum in Gainsborough Street, staff and volunteers will be on hand to provide details about the redevelopment.
This year’s event, which takes place from Thursday to Sunday, will be focused solely on music, after the cancellation of the dance and drama sections.
Preparation is already under way for the 2021 event, following the success of last year’s inaugural festival, it has been confirmed.