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Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

05 November 2019
Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

Suffolk schools look to save recruitment costs by using free Government service

05 November 2019

Sixty three per cent of schools in Suffolk use the free Department for Education job search and advice service


Thatched house badly damaged by fire

17 November 2018
Thatched house badly damaged by fire

Thatched house badly damaged by fire

17 November 2018

Eleven fire appliances used to bring the fire under control


Brandreth revels in the power of words

22 June 2016
Brandreth revels in the power of words

Brandreth revels in the power of words

22 June 2016

After taking 2015’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival by storm, Gyles Brandreth is on a 42-date UK tour of his brand new show Word Power! including a show at The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday, June 26 at 7.30pm.


Go West are in fact heading east - to Bury St Edmunds

13 June 2016
Go West are in fact heading east - to Bury St Edmunds

Go West are in fact heading east - to Bury St Edmunds

13 June 2016

Three decades after announcing themselves to the music world with their debut single, We Close Our Eyes, which reached top ten in the both the UK and US, Go West are still going strong and are set to play at The Apex on Saturday, June 18.


RAF Honington visitors evoke wartime memories among residents

11 May 2016
RAF Honington visitors evoke wartime memories among residents

RAF Honington visitors evoke wartime memories among residents

11 May 2016

Student officers from RAF Honington joined residents at Cornwallis Court care home in Bury St Edmunds, to share wartime stories and other memorable experiences.


Tardis and Daleks drop in to Bury St Edmunds Community fun day

10 May 2016
Tardis and Daleks drop in to Bury St Edmunds Community fun day

Tardis and Daleks drop in to Bury St Edmunds Community fun day

10 May 2016

The Southgate Community Partnership in conjunction with Southgate Church and Hardwick Primary School in Bury St Edmunds held their third Community Fun Day on the May Day Bank Holiday Monday.


Jasmine braves haircut for hospice

21 April 2016
Jasmine braves haircut for hospice

Jasmine braves haircut for hospice

21 April 2016

A teenager who had her hair chopped for charity has raised more than three times her original target.


Event near Ingham raises £2,300 for charities

20 April 2016
Event near Ingham raises £2,300 for charities

Event near Ingham raises £2,300 for charities

20 April 2016

More than £2,300 was raised for two charities at a fun day attended by more than 500 people.


Thetford children raise funds for hospice

19 April 2016
Thetford children raise funds for hospice

Thetford children raise funds for hospice

19 April 2016

Youngsters from Thetford gave up some of their precious Easter holidays to help raise hundreds of pounds for charity.


West Stow Ring Quest attracts record numbers

10 April 2016
West Stow Ring Quest attracts record numbers

West Stow Ring Quest attracts record numbers

10 April 2016

This year’s Ring Quest at West Stow during February half term was won by the Pointer family from Thurston, who took home a Hobbit version of Monopoly.


Creeting St Mary school children question MP in Parliament

30 January 2016
Creeting St Mary school children question MP in Parliament

Creeting St Mary school children question MP in Parliament

30 January 2016

Students from Creeting St Mary Primary School had the opportunity to speak with Central Suffolk and North Ipswich MP Dr Dan Poulter when they made the trip to Westminster for a visit to the Houses of Parliament.


Service to celebrate the life of former mayor of St Edmundsbury Tim Marks

20 January 2016
Service to celebrate the life of former mayor of St Edmundsbury Tim Marks

Service to celebrate the life of former mayor of St Edmundsbury Tim Marks

20 January 2016

Mourners crammed into St Mary’s Church in Haverhill on Tuesday to celebrate the life of the popular former mayor of St Edmundsbury and Haverhill, Tim Marks.


Woolpit affordable housing scheme gets a hearty reception

17 August 2015
Woolpit affordable housing scheme gets a hearty reception

Woolpit affordable housing scheme gets a hearty reception

17 August 2015

Newly completed affordable homes in Woolpit received a warm welcome from the local community at a special open house event.


Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre opens new fitness studio

17 May 2015
Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre opens new fitness studio

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre opens new fitness studio

17 May 2015

Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre’s new studio has been opened by former staff member and exercise class regular Lynn Licence to help it meet a growing demand for fitness classes.


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