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The secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, Olive Dowden, has revealed a host of sports are set to be able to soon resume.
Bury St Edmunds businesses have jumped back into action and are doing all they can to prove their resilience at these uncertain times.
The managed pubs welcomed back customers for the first time on Monday.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has released latest admission and discharge figures.
Facilities at West Stow County Park, Nowton Park, Brandon Country Park and Nowton Park are on the list.
It will not reopen following lockdown.
Bury St Edmunds town centre was busier than it had been in months with customers enjoying a socially distanced drink or meal.
A Bury St Edmunds cinema is to reopen with a feel-good rom-com and some old favourites.
The campaign was backed by an array of stars of stage and screen including Dame Judi Dench and Sir Derek Jacobi.
Portable cabins are to be used as temporary homes for the homeless as a council deals with unprecedented demand for emergency accommodation.
An artistic mother and son have painted this striking mural at a Bury St Edmunds bowling alley to thank NHS and key workers.
Staff and pupils at Woolpit Primary Academy are celebrating this week after the school reopened to all year groups for the first time since March.