The book follows 12-year-old Clara who goes to live with her aunt.
Owner Isabel Wilton is continuing the name and business with an online presence.
The card will allow young adults to be recognised as carers and get access to medical information.
Thieves have left thousands of pounds of damage in a spate of lead thefts.
Pair lost their 'loyal, supportive and courageous' friend in October 2018.
Revised scheme after earlier plans were refused in February.
Nominations are now open for the Keep Bury Tidy Award.
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The project was set up so that the students could learn independence skills.
Sarah has become a 'boobette' with the CoppaFeel charity.
Step 3 club convince well-regarded midfielder to stay at Bloomfields, with Russell Short also agreeing new terms
Bury St Edmunds face a big test in their aims for top four in the East Anglian Premier League against Frinton on Saturday
Rain holds off long enough to allow some decent results
Bostik League North club also re-sign Lloyd Groves as player-coach and Matt Allan returns
Bury Town's preparations ahead of the new season have been boosted by Ryan Horne committing to a new deal while the club have announced 11 friendlies.
Worlington captain Richard Ford gives his reaction to another century from Craig Estlea in the National Village Cup, which brings a record into sight.
Bury St Edmunds-based referee Chris Pollard gives his reaction to being promoted to the Football League list for the upcoming season.
Plastic – not very fantastic
It’s good to talk
When it becomes all Greek to me!
Britian’s Got Talent finalist James Samuel has thanked supporters who helped 4MG get to the final show of the ITV programme.
A Suffolk theatre has been chosen to host a charity-benefitting play about the legacy Sir Bobby Robson left on the 10th anniversary of his passing.
With the help of historian Martyn Taylor, the Bury Free Press has put together a map to shine a spotlight on a selection of Bury's lost pubs.
The More Things Changed is inspired by newspaper clippings from over the last 200 years.
COLUMN: BAFTA's sustainability projects.
Bishop Martin Seeley played fun games with families at the Church of England marquee during the Suffolk Show.
The Theatre Star Trail starts today and Bury St Edmunds Rickshaw is offering tours to those with limited mobility or experiencing social isolation.