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Teddy bears’ picnic raises money for neo-natal unit

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Resident Sheila Caesar with some her neighbours close to the planned housing development site

Residents call for new long-term housing policy for Mid Suffolk

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Residents, Staff and Guests enjoy a garden party at Davers Court Care Home, Bury St Edmunds, as part of Care UK's Care Home Open Day celebrations

Garden party at Bury St Edmunds care home

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Police hunt for wanted man with links to Woolpit and Stowmarket

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Cancer support group gives £2k to West Suffolk Hospital charity

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Woman, 28, found guilty of assaulting man at Stowmarket pub - with a glass

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Bury St Edmunds man had £400 of cocaine under hat

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Witness appeal after ram-raid at Lakenheath bank

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From the left, Finds Liaison Officer for Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, Alex Bliss,  Diane Hind, Treasurer of The Friends of Moyses Hall Museum,  Cliff Hind, Chairman of The Friends of Moyses Hall Museum, St Edmundsbury Borough Council Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Culture and Heritage, Cllr Joanna Rayner, St Edmundsbury Borough Council Heritage Officer, Alex McWhirter.

Rolling Stone’s finds join treasure at Bury’s Moyse’s Hall Museum

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The Tin Man, ridden by Tom Queally, pictured winning at Ascot in October last year  Picture: Edward Whitaker (Racing Post)

The Tin Man lands James Fanshawe's first Royal Ascot winner in six years

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WINNING FEELING: Goldolphin trainer Charlie Appleby (right) pictured receiving The Havana Gold Maiden Stakes trophy earlier in the season at Newmarket's 1,000 Guineas, after Way Of Wisdom's success  Picture: Mark Westley

Rare Rhythm provides Charlie Appleby with 20/1 Royal Ascot winner

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TOUGH DAY: Bury Saints struggled to deal with the power and depth of the London Blitz squad

London team blitz Saints in capital on sun-drenched day

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CRICKET: Bury II (Bowling/Fielding) v Sudbury II (Batting)

Bury St Edmunds fall just short of first win in EAPL with draw

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Chris Boughton’s golf column: Bury and Stow progress

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Woolpit’s winning run comes to an end at home

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Lakenheath unable to follow their captain’s lead in loss

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Delglyn has England goal in her sights after signing for Spurs

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From the left, Finds Liaison Officer for Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, Alex Bliss,  Diane Hind, Treasurer of The Friends of Moyses Hall Museum,  Cliff Hind, Chairman of The Friends of Moyses Hall Museum, St Edmundsbury Borough Council Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Culture and Heritage, Cllr Joanna Rayner, St Edmundsbury Borough Council Heritage Officer, Alex McWhirter.

Rolling Stone’s finds join treasure at Bury’s Moyse’s Hall Museum

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Kenneth Grahames Wind in the Willows

Wind in the Willows Pakenham for open air show

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The British Symphony Orchestra will be performing ABBA and Elvis in Haughley Park in July

Orchestra to revive music of icons at Haughley

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Staff at the Bannatyne Bury St Edmunds Spa which is being refurbished
Julia Gritten, Karen Southgate and Rebecca Olley Spa Therapists with Kelly Smite Spa Manager 2nd left
Picture Mark Westley

Bannatyne Group converts hotel rooms into more spa facilities in Bury St Edmunds

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The Dixie Strollers performed at The Apex on Friday lunchtime as part of the 2017 Bury Festival programme

REVIEW: Dixie Strollers return with a bang

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Silk String Trio performed at The Apex on Thursday (May 25) as part of the 2017 Bury St Edmunds Festivval programme

REVIEW: Silk String Trio at the Apex, May 25

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