ICT company Chess rebrands Great Barton firm Foursys to cement their complementary roles

A Bury based IT security company has been rebranded following its acquisition by telecoms and ICT provider Chess.

Lawnet Awards Dinner 2017
 Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park
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Law firm with offices in Bury and Thetford win award for digital strategy

A law firm which has offices based in Bury St Edmunds and Thetford has been awarded for their innovative approach to digital marketing by a national organisation.

Denny Bros

Denny Bros from Bury St Edmunds takes its specialist print skills to international trade show

Denny Bros, the Bury St Edmunds based specialist print company, is exhibiting at the three day Europack Euromanut CFIA trade show in Lyon next week.

Suffolk Park site off Rougham Tower Avenue, Bury St Edmunds.
The infrastructure construction work in progress at the  site which will be a business park.
Picture Mark Westley

Infrastructure work on Suffolk Park on the eastern side of Bury St Edmunds gathers pace

Work has started on the infrastructure for the 114-acre Suffolk Park to the east of Bury St Edmunds.

Liz Tyler and Dominka Woloch
Picture by Eva Negrutzi

Bury business, Montage Communications, appoints two new members of staff

Bury St Edmunds-based Montage Communications, experts in international retail marketing communications, has appointed a new account manager and PR apprentice, as the agency celebrates its 14th year in business.

West Suffolk College - Gateway building

West Suffolk College takes part in Global Enterprise Week

Students at West Suffolk College will be learning about business enterprise with the launch of Global Enterprise Week on Friday.

Loft and Spires has reopened with the Mayor cutting the ribbon

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Flood hit Bury St Edmunds gift shop re-opens amid criticism of St Edmundsbury Borough Council

The owners of flood-hit gift shop Loft & Spires have hit out at the lack of response from St Edmundsbury Borough Council as they tried to chase up progress on their damaged building.

Staff at Burnett Barker with some of the dogs enjoying fun at Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche.
Pictured are  from left, Daryl Griffiths, Miranda Mortlock, Katy Raven and Aisleen Bird

Law firm Burnett Barker in Bury St Edmunds comes up with a snappy solution to moving day blues for doggy pets

Law firm Burnett Barker has teamed up with award winning canine business Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche to help make moving house a simpler experience for clients.

Jo Douglas, who works at British Sugar, is promoting engineering skills with a 'Lottie' doll campaign on social media. She has helped set up the Young Members Board of the Women's Engineering Society

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

British Sugar scientist in Bury St Edmunds heads up #LottieTour

Jo Douglas, process scientist at British Sugar in Bury St Edmunds, is promoting the importance of women becoming engaged in engineering.

Miracle Tea whose game Ruya is being launched on November 2. Pictured are from left,  Gav Amante,Bradley Smith, Enrico Ercole and Tom Andrews

Barrow graduate and Miracle Tea Studios launch their Ruya game after its success at Tranzfuser event

Games creator Miracle Tea has launched its new game Ruya through the app store and iTunes.

Top Dog Digital helps out Every Heart Matters Campaign. Pictured are from left, James Orlopp, Len Guerrier, Sally Daniels, MyWiSH campaign manager, and Kevin Cornish

Top Dog Digital bounds up to offer help to My WiSH Charity for cardiac unit in Bury St Edmunds

Website design business Top Dog Digital of Eastgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, has been supporting West Suffolk Hospital’s camapign to build a new cardiac suite.

Mid Suffolk District Council offices

Mid Suffolk District Council plans to borrow £60 million to develop land, according to report

Mid Suffolk District Council has declined to comment on reports the council is planning to borrow £60 million to buy and develop land near Stowmarket.

Mark Fisk launching Takeaway Taxi in Bury.
 Picture: Mark Westley.

Takeaway Taxi franchise starting in Bury to bring tasty takeaways to your front door

Your favourite takeaway will be coming to your door with the relaunch of the Takeaway Taxi service in Bury St Edmunds.

Grant Hughes is opening Saffa's Delight, a specilaist South African shop selling various products and food.

Pictured: Grant Hughes with wife Nadine and children Caitlin and Keagan

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

New shop bringing a taste of South Africa to Bury St Edmunds opens on Moreton Hall

A taste of home to lift the spirits is what inspired Grant Hughes to open Saffa’s Delight, a specialist South African shop selling a wide range of products from ‘Mama Africa’.

From left, Peter George, Mark Flatters, Kevin Cook, Teresa Bridgeman and Jordan Mills, of Malthouse Security in Rickinghall, with some of the pencils and cases sent to Africa. Photo: Keith Mindham.

Malthouse Security at Rickinghall helps out with pens and pencils for African schoolchildren

Security firm Malthouse Security based in Rickinghall is donating pencils and pencil cases to help African children access education.

Cycle King opens the doors to its new home in Bury St Edmunds. L-R: Craig Adcock, Tony Williams, Meg Smith, Darren Hunt (MD) and Kirsty Payne.

Cycle King opens temporary store in wake of massive fire

A Bury St Edmunds bike shop which was destroyed by a massive fire has opened temporary premises on Moreton Hall.

Bury St Edmunds Auctioneers Lacy Scott & Knight delighted to announce the opening of extended and refurbished auction premises.

Picture Mark Westley

Lacy Scott & Knight, Bury St Edmunds auction house, links with Chinese bidding platform

Auctioneers Lacy Scott & Knight have announced a new partnership with Chinese bidding platform

Post Office, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds

Council set to buy former Post Office building in Bury St Edmunds for £1.6 million

St Edmundsbury Borough Council is close to completing a £1.6 million purchase of the former Crown Post Office building in Bury St Edmunds town centre.

Fiveways Roundabout on the A11 at Barton Mills

West Suffolk MP meets roads minister on danger routes

West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock and South East Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer have secured a meeting with Roads Minster to discuss dangerous roads in their constituencies.

Alex Till, chief executive of MENTA, a business support organisation based in Bury St Edmunds.

MENTA shortlisted for three awards for their support work with Suffolk businesses

A not-for-profit organisation based in Bury St Edmunds has been shortlisted for three national awards by the National Enterprise Network.

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