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

A team planning to take part in this year’s Girls Night Out in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care will be hoping some crafty crafts and tasty treats will help boost their fund-raising.

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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

This loveable character has a penchant for Yorkshire pudding but is really a best boy. Odie, is one year and a cross German Shepherd, Rottweiler and Dogue De Bordeaux.

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Thurston College Lower school production of Spinning Tales


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Characterful tale will unfold in college’s production

A cast of characters from fairy tales and fables and a mystery figure leading forces of evil against a kingdom is the storyline for Thurston Community College’s production running tonight and tomorrow.

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The Edge cycle race set off from Bury rugby club in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care


PICTURE: Mecha Morton

The Edge cycle ride round West Suffolk raises £3,000 plus for St Nicholas Hospice Care

Cyclists completed a 60 mile ride through West Suffolk countryside to raise thousands for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

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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

The former Clarice House on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds is to have further investment by its new owners and will no longer offer hotel breaks.

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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

The Dixie Strollers at The Apex, May 26

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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

This year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival has once again invited ‘creative critics’ to review a number of performances.

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The Aurora Orchestra played at The Apex on Wednesday as part of the 2017 Bury Festival programme

REVIEW: Aurora Orchestra at the Apex, May 24

This year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival has once again invited ‘creative critics’ to review a number of performances.

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John Law performed at the Athenaeum as part of the 2017 Bury Festival programme

REVIEW: John Law at the Athenaeum, May 22

This year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival has once again invited ‘creative critics’ to review a number of performances.

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Crowds enjoying free street theatre in the Abbey Gardens

Bury St Edmunds Festival gets off to a flying start

Energy and passion kickstarted this year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival with the Edwin Sanza Salsa Orchestra bringing the Latin party to The Apex on Friday night.

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The Edwin Sanz Salsa Orchestra kickstarted the 2017 Bury Festival, playing in The Apex on the opening night

REVIEW: Edwin Sanz Salsa Orchestra at The Apex, May 19

This year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival has once again invited ‘creative critics’ to review a number of performances.

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The National Youth Music Theatre performed Honk! at the Theatre Royal as part of the 2017 Bury Festival programme

REVIEW: Honk! at the Theatre Royal, May 21

This year’s Bury Festival has once again invited ‘creative critics’ to review a number of performances.

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Drawn on Sweet Night showed at the Abbeygate Cinema as part of the 2017 Bury Festival

REVIEW: Film reveals past of Suffolk manor house

Draw on Sweet Night at Abbeygate Cinema, May 20

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Converted windmill chosen for award

A windmill has won the RICS East of England Tourism and Leisure award.

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Clare Teal

REVIEW: Clare Teal provides a winning opener to Bury St Edmunds Festival

Clare Teal and her Mini Big Band at The Apex May 20

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Browning's Blacksmith shop - from the Spanton Jarman collection

NOSTALGIA: Browning’s blacksmith shop, Southgate Street - from the Spanton Jarman collection

Alfred and Charles Browning, father and son, worked at these premises in Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, from at least 1892 until the 1940s.

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This photo, taken in May 1982, is of a Teddy Bears Picnic, held at Hardwick Heath.

NOSTALGIA: If you go down to the heath today . . .

This photo, taken in May 1982, shows children who took part in a teddy bears’ picnic at Hardwick Heath.

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This photo, taken in May 1982 shows particiants of the Diocesan Family Day, held in the Abbey Gardens.

NOSTALGIA: It’s a knockout day from 1982

This photo, taken in May 1982 was taken in the Abbey Gardens as crowds gathered for the Diocesan Family Day.

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Nostalgia: Year 5 performing the Pied Piper of Hamlyn at Horringer Court Middle School in December 1994

NOSTALGIA: Stars of the stage at Horringer Court Middle School

This week’s photograph was snapped by a Bury Free Press photographer in 1994 and shows pupils in a Horringer Court Middle School production in December of that year.

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St Mary's Square Vicarage, Bury St Edmunds. From the Spanton Jarman collection

NOSTALGIA: Vicarage, St Mary’s Square, Bury – from the Spanton Jarman collection

This house is not shown on Warren’s map of 1791 and it is believed to date from the first decade of the 19th century.

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