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This is when stalled work to move pedestrian crossing on busy route near Bury St Edmunds will restart

This is when stalled work to move pedestrian crossing on busy route near Bury St Edmunds will restart

This is when stalled work to move pedestrian crossing on busy route near Bury St Edmunds will restart

Suffolk Highways began work last month to relocate the crossing.


West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

West Suffolk residents to receive letter next week detailing changes to bin collections

The new collections start from November 11 and more than half of households will see a change of day to their collection of blue and black bins.


National Trust launches new sound and light experience

National Trust launches new sound and light experience

National Trust launches new sound and light experience

The experience will launch in the Italianate Garden and Victorian Stumpery.


Cash fears as Bury St Edmunds charity misses out on waste hub contract

Cash fears as Bury St Edmunds charity misses out on waste hub contract

Cash fears as Bury St Edmunds charity misses out on waste hub contract

The charity fears one of its main fund-raising streams has been compromised after it missed out on a contract at West Suffolk’s new waste hub.


Work on £150,000 project to improve Bury St Edmunds bridleway to start next week

Work on £150,000 project to improve Bury St Edmunds bridleway to start next week

Work on £150,000 project to improve Bury St Edmunds bridleway to start next week

The bridleway on Rougham Hill provides a route between south east Bury St Edmunds and Suffolk Park avoiding junction 44.


West Suffolk Council announces changes to bin collection days and times

West Suffolk Council announces changes to bin collection days and times

West Suffolk Council announces changes to bin collection days and times

Over half of households will see a change of day to their collection of blue and black bins and those keeping the same day will see a change of time.


Wood fair is simply tree-mendous

Wood fair is simply tree-mendous

Wood fair is simply tree-mendous

Annual event is Ickworth's busiest of the year.


Water meadows purchase will safeguard land

Water meadows purchase will safeguard land

Water meadows purchase will safeguard land

A Bury St Edmunds couple have purchased part of the Holywater Meadows.


Conservation project wins £2m lottery grant

Conservation project wins £2m lottery grant

Conservation project wins £2m lottery grant

Five-year scheme will deliver 24 waterways projects.


'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

'World first' tomato greenhouses - bigger than O2 Arena - with one near Bury St Edmunds to create 360 jobs

Construction has started at farmland sites on the ‘world first low carbon’ developments.


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