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A fund-raiser has been launched for a popular bowling alley after its manager was left ‘devastated’ by the Government’s decision to delay reopening.
West Suffolk Council is encouraging applications for phase two of the 'local scheme' to help businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The restaurant chain plans to close 15 per cent of its outlets.
Barnes Construction is due to begin work on the £8.4 million redevelopment of 17-18 Cornhill in Bury St Edmunds.
The Government discount scheme for restaurants and eateries launches tomorrow (August 3).
The £143.7 million development on West Suffolk Council’s depot, in Olding Road, would replace the town’s 45-year-old leisure centre.
This is the two-year-old's most favourite place in the world.
The manager of Bury Bowl says she feels 'let down' by the Government after being given less than 24 hours notice.
The blue bench has been installed at Bury St Edmunds cemetery.
The move has been implemented to help hospitality businesses
The number of coronavirus deaths in neighbourhoods across Suffolk and Norfolk has been revealed in a map from the Office for National Statistics.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme launches on Monday, August 3 and offers a discount on certain days.
Many organisations have been supported by this annual grants scheme.