Bury Free Press

EAST HARLING MURDER: Family of murdered Peter Wrighton pay further tribute to ‘mild-mannered’ and ‘gentle’ man

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BURY: 150th volunteer visit from ClarkeCare Gatehouse, Dettingen Way, Bury St Edmunds Elaine Channen with Lorraine Clarke and Lynsey Coote and Amanda Bloomfield, with clients Peter Gayfer, Sandra Thompson and Nancy Oliver. Picture Mark Westley

Wild West brought to life at dementia hub

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Police news.

Five units on a Thetford business park burgled

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Virtual festival launched in lead-up to real-life food and drink event

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Updated: A14 reopened hours after mower lorry accident

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LATEST: Work starts on replacing rails at site of derailment that stopped Bury trains

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PICTURE GALLERY: Thetford hosts colourful shenanigans

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Claire Burrowes, manager at HaGA Lifestyle, with Geremy the giraffe

Tears over headless giraffe in Bury St Edmunds

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Bardwell Church tower, which is opening to the public on Sunday August 20

Bardwell church tower to open to the public on Sunday

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STAR MAN: Dominic Manthorpe played well for Bury

Table-topping rivals defeat Bury

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INJURED: John Sands. Picture: Ben Pooley

Needham eye up new striker with Sands sidelined

Non League
IRELAND BOUND: Cameron King

Thetford hopeful King’s Irish switch will entice others to follow his lead

Non League

Silverstri ready to make number two shirt his own

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Manager: ‘Bramble can move Stow on’

Football

Home victory for Woolpit at expense of Wivenhoe

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Framlingham Castle's site which hosted the jousting event

REVIEW- Jousting at Framlingham

Whats on
Dancers to perform all manners of styles during the show

Sudbury gets Backlashed with ballroom

Whats on
Private Lives will be coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds between September 12-16

Theatre to show Private Lives

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Last year's team taking part in the Girls Night Out event - walking in memory of Jo Hicks

Crafts and cakes will help boost Bury St Edmunds team joining the Girls Night Out event

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Odie is this week's stray and is being cared for by West Suffolk RSPCA

Odie is a gentle giant and needs a home says West Suffolk RSPCA

Lifestyle
Thurston College Lower school production of Spinning Tales


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Characterful tale will unfold in college’s production

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