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Bury & District Sunday Football League round-up

In the outstanding Sunday Suffolk Cup tie Gym United travelled to Ipswich to play Borussia Martlesham and came away with a 4-0 victory scorers Nathan Clarke, Jack Brame, Andrew Wood and Alex Mcintosh with a goal apiece, they book their place in the quarter-finals along with two other Bury League sides Mellis and Bury Bowl.

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An American GI Service Man shares real artefacts from World War Two with children in Ancient House Hall.

Wartime Father Christmas Grotto at Ancient House for the first time

Visitors will get a taste of how Christmas was celebrated under fire during the Second World War at Thetford’s Ancient House Museum on Saturday, November 25.

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Police were called to a crash in West Stow this morning

UPDATE- Driver airlifted to hospital following serious crash in West Stow

A man was taken by air ambulance to Addenbrookes Hospital this morning after a serious accident on Icklingham Road at West Stow, close to the junction of the A1101.

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Police call for any information regarding the burglary and theft

Tools, watches and cash taken in two crimes

A theft from a van and a burglary have taken place in Thetford in the last week.

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Last year's fair was in Stowmarket

Older persons’ fair in Bury St Edmunds will be ‘fun and free’

More than 30 organisations are set to attend an information fair aimed at older people.

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NEW START: A main role of the new Team Bury manager is to work with Bury Town manager Ben Chenery create better links between the teams that share Ram Meadow

Team Bury appoint young new manager to progress

Team Bury have appointed Sam Crook, son of former Norwich City midfielder Ian, as their new manager.

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TROPHY RETURN? Jake Chambers-Shaw is one of three players Dean Greygoose is hoping to have back

DEPLETED HALL SET TO PULL TOGETHER FOR TROPHY TEST

Mildenhall Town may be heading into what Dean Greygoose describes as ‘the biggest game’ in their history with an injury list as bad as he has known, but he believes toppling another higher-league side on their own patch is still very much on the cards.

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Philip Jolly (left) and Aidan Talbot.

Masked men who attacked father and son in Gislingham home jailed

Two men found guilty of unlawful wounding during an incident at a house in Gislingham have been jailed for a combined total of more than 20 years.

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Man taken to hospital with serious leg injury after fall in Bury

A man was taken to hospital after suffering a serious leg injury in a fall in Bury St Edmunds.

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Needham Market set to install 3G pitch

Needham Market set to install 3G pitch

Needham Market FC have revealed plans to install a new state-of-the-art third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch and changing facility.

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Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre

Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre jingles all the way from 2pm today until Sunday

Bury St Edmunds’ annual Christmas Fayre begins at 2pm today with stalls and activities across the town centre from the Abbey Gardens to the arc.

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Latest business news from the Bury Free Press

Furniture company which employs 300 people in Thetford calls in administrators

A national furniture company which has a head office and manufacturing facility in Thetford has gone into administration.

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These gold treasures found in Suffolk and declared under the Treasure Act now belong to Moyse's Hall Museum in Bury Sy Edmunds

Norfolk and Suffolk top the UK’s treasure charts

Norfolk and Suffolk have topped the treasure charts for the second year running.

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Col Evan Pettus, 48th Fighter Wing commander, swings a sledgehammer  to start the first step in developing the infrastructure needed for the wings future F-35A Lightning II squadrons. (USAF/Airman 1st Class Christopher  Sparks)

Commander hammers home USAF’s plans for Lakenheath F-35s

The first physical step in providing the infrastructure for RAF Lakenheath’s new F-35 Lightning squadrons was taken by the 48th Fighter Wing’s commander with a sledgehammer.

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Mayor Terry Clements with the staff of Loft and Spires at the reopening of the shop at the start of November PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Cider leak strikes Bury St Edmunds flood-hit shop

A Bury St Edmunds shop that reopened only two and half weeks ago after recovering from two floods is now dealing with a leak of cider from the pub above it.

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A National Police Air Service helicopter joined the search

Police dogs and chopper search for missing driver after Lakenheath crash

Police dogs and a helicopter were called in to search for the driver of a car found crashed in Lakenheath early this morning.

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The Edison racing cycle which has been returned to its owner

Stolen charity bike returned to Stowmarket owner

A custom made racing cycle which was stolen in Stowmarket has been returned to its owner.

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Wendy Hooton Area chairwoman Eastern Region WRAC Association,
Sharon Baker-Joyce national standard WRACA and 
Col (retired) Alison Brown and Patricia Rosewell vice president of the WRACA at the Royal Albert Hall

Bury woman joins 100 marking a century of women in the forces

Wendy Hooton was one of 15 veterans among 100 women who took part in the Women 100 event during the Royal Albert Hall Festival of Remembrance on Armistice Day.

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Police appeal launched after East Harling burglary

Police are appealing for information following a burglary in East Harling.

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Lauri Love

More than 70 MPs urge PM to stop Stradishall man’s extradition

More than 70 MPs have called on the Prime Minister and Attorney General to act to stop the extradition of an alleged hacker with Asperger Syndrome.

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