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Gunning for custom on the market

You are unlikely to find another stall like Jon Barber’s on other markets because he says there are only two or three mobile gun dealers in the UK.

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Part of Rougham Control Tower's WW2 collection.

Hear the history of forgotten heroes in Rougham

Building contractor David Price will be talking about his new book, inspired by an unexpected find in 2014, in Rougham tonight.

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Victim of Hitcham hit and run named by police

A man who died following a hit and run in Hitcham has been named by police.

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New Bury st Edmunds school moves to begin next chapter

As the sun rose on Monday morning, so too did the excitement of pupils and staff of Bury St Edmunds’ Sybil Andrews Academy.

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Benefits of daily asprin outweigh risks

Benefits of daily aspirin outweigh risks

The benefits of an aspirin a day really do outweigh the risks, according to new research.

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Bury Round Table's festive sleigh will be doing the rounds again this year with Santa and his elves ANL-161130-200649001

Catch Round Table’s Santa, elves and sleigh as they tour Bury St Edmunds next week

After a successful re-introduction of Santa and his elves last year, Bury St Edmunds Round Table is planning another week-long festive tour of the town.

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Police launch Christmas drink drive campaign

Norfolk and Suffolk Police launched their Christmas drink drive campaign yesterday using the slogan ‘drink driving is not worth the risk’.

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New £8m leisure complex officially opens in Thetford

A brand new £8 million leisure complex was due to officially open in Thetford last night...and films will be showing from today (December 2).

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Cathedral in Bury st Edmunds gets grant for repairs

St Edmundsbury Cathedral has been awarded a grant of £350,000 for essential repairs.

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The Insolvency Service investigated Martin's business finances

Ixworth building company boss banned from being a director

The director of an Ixworth building firm has been disqualified from being a company director for eight years by the County Court.

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‘Vital’ Brandon care centre to stay open

Christmas has come early for users of the Brandon Day Care Centre following revelations that a new operator has been found.

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Bury St Edmunds’ 13th Christmas Fayre is a success

Cooking demonstrations, live music and festive buys enticed even more visitors to this year’s Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre.

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SHOCKED: Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose says he knew nothing about his close friend Steve Walters being abused as a child at Crewe

EXCLUSIVE: Former Crewe goalkeeper says players ‘did not know’ about child abuse

Former Crewe Alexandra player and current Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose has given a robust defence of himself and other players who were at the club during the historic child abuse allegations.

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Thurston students to perform Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet... as a musical

Students at Thurston Community College are preparing to wow audiences next week with their musical interpretation of Romeo and Juliet.

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Mark Oliver, Paul Hopfensperger, Ernie Broom and Andrew Denny at the problem crossing ANL-161121-165819009

Safety concerns over pedestrian crossing

Residents are renewing pleas for the council to rethink a busy junction in Bury St Edmunds amid safety concerns.

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Some of the students' artwork for the witch trials exhibition

Powerful work by West Suffolk College students portrays Bury’s Witch Trials

Young people’s artistic reactions to the infamous Bury St Edmunds Witch Trials are the basis of an exhibition by West Suffolk College Students which opens at Moyse’s Hall Museum today.

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Mourners release hundreds of balloons in A11 crash victim’s memory

As a flurry of more than 200 pink balloons drifted into the night sky, friends and family remembered a much-loved beauty therapist.

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Twin brothers, Kenny and Keith Meekins, have retired after a life-long career at Greene King ANL-161128-164743001

Brothers retire after 86 years with Bury st Edmunds brewer

Twin brothers, Kenny and Keith Meekins, have retired today after a life-long career at the same Bury St Edmunds business.

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Consultation event seeks views on plans for new Bury St Edmunds community centre

Residents on the Howard Estate in Bury St Edmunds will be able to find out more about the latest proposals for a new community centre in a second consultation event next week.

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New ‘affordable luxury’ restaurant to open in iconic Bury St Edmunds building in March

Bury St Edmunds’ iconic Cupola House is set to offer diners ‘affordable luxury’ when it reopens as a Bourgee restaurant next year.

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