Michael Steward email@example.com @MichaelReporter Ipswich Town legend Terry Butcher says son Christopher’s life ‘spiralled downwards’ after PTSD diagnosis Yesterday, 21:12 Michael Steward Former Ipswich Town and England captain Terry Butcher has spoken of his anguish following the inquest of his son Christopher, who died last year. Brandon Medical Practice goes from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good’ in eyes of CQC Yesterday, 10:51 Michael Steward Staff at a west Suffolk GP surgery are celebrating after receiving a ‘good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Final plans for £1.5m Haverhill Leisure Centre revamp are agreed Yesterday, 09:56 Michael Steward Final plans for the layout of new facilities at Haverhill Leisure Centre have been agreed ahead of work on the £1.5million project starting shortly. Ceremony to celebrate new memorial tree in Bury St Edmunds Yesterday, 09:39 Michael Steward Members of the Bury St Edmunds Royal Artillery Association (RAA) held a rededication ceremony for a new memorial tree on Angel Hill in the town. Margaret Marks is appointed as last mayor of St Edmundsbury borough Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward The last mayor of St Edmundsbury borough has been appointed following a ceremony in Bury St Edmunds. Family pays tribute to ‘cheerful and friendly’ cyclist Leonard Finch, 86, who died in Great Waldingfield Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward The family of an 86-year-old cyclist who died in Great Waldingfield yesterday have released a tribute to him. Fire at disused Colchester bus station was started deliberately Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward A blaze in a disused bus station in Colchester was started deliberately, according to the fire service. Police appeal for witnesses after A12 crash in Colchester Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward A car failed to stop following a crash on the A12 at Colchester and police are appealing for witnesses. Police appeal for dashcam footage after death of cyclist in Great Waldingfield Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses after the death of a cyclist in Great Waldingfield, near Sudbury. Trio jailed after attempting to smuggle 19 migrants into Southwold Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward A Ukrainian trio who attempted to smuggle 19 migrants into Suffolk on a hired yacht have been jailed. Man arrested after 100 cannabis plants found at Tuddenham property Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward Around 100 cannabis plants were discovered by police following a raid at a property in Tuddenham, near Mildenhall. Two people detained after reports of theft from Arc shopping centre in Bury St Edmunds Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward Two people have been detained following a report of theft from a store in a Bury St Edmunds shopping centre. Accosting in Sidegate Lane West, Ipswich, did not take place, police confirm Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward A report that a 13-year-old boy was accosted in Ipswich did not take place, police have confirmed. One person suffers minor injuries in three-vehicle crash Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward Emergency services were called to the scene of three-vehicle crash on the A14 at Copdock this afternoon. Concerns over height of new Bures homes raised in parliament by South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge Friday, May 18, 2018 Michael Steward A row over the height of six new homes in a picturesque village has led to calls from a Suffolk MP for a review of retrospective planning permission. Newmarket footballer’s name to appear on Manchester United v Chelsea FA Cup final ball Thursday, May 17, 2018 Michael Steward A Newmarket footballer will have a special reason to watch this year’s FA Cup final as his name has been printed on the ball for the famous match. Mildenhall Lodge celebrates ‘outstanding’ rating with special event Thursday, May 17, 2018 Michael Steward A Mildenhall care home threw a special event involving the community to celebrate being graded as ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Ixworth army cadet to travel to South Africa in final of Duke of Westminster Award Thursday, May 17, 2018 Michael Steward An army cadet from Ixworth has been selected as a finalist in the CVQO Duke of Westminster Award, which will see him travel to South Africa. Ryes in Sudbury chooses Help for Heroes as charity of the year Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward A Sudbury facility which provides specialist care and education to young people with a range of learning needs and challenging behaviours has chosen its charity for the year. New mayor of Sudbury becomes first woman to hold role twice Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward Sudbury’s new mayor has been appointed following a ceremony at the town hall last week. Video: Nearly 7,500 people apply to be extras in film being shot in Suffolk and Norfolk which stars Ed Sheeran Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward Nearly 7,500 people have applied to be extras in a Danny Boyle film being shot in Suffolk and Norfolk only 24 hours after the call went out to fill 5,000 spots. Art exhibition at The Secret Garden, Sudbury, will raise funds for hospice Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward Works of art will go on show in Sudbury to help raise funds for a hospice charity. Thousands expected to visit Bury St Edmunds as Whitsun Fayre returns Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward Sun-seekers in Bury St Edmunds will not need to venture to the coast next bank holiday weekend as the urban beach returns to the town centre as part of a popular two-day fayre. Animal Health Trust in Newmarket offers free hearing tests for kittens to aid research Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Michael Steward A Suffolk animal charity is investigating why animals with a predominantly white coat are more prone to being deaf by offering free hearing tests for kittens to aid research. New road at multi-million pound Suffolk business park is opened Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward The new main estate road which will serve a multi-million pound Suffolk business park has been opened by a council leader. Hundreds set to visit Bures for popular open gardens event Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward Hundreds of visitors are set to descend on a village straddling the Suffolk/Essex border for a popular open gardens event this month. Bury St Edmunds’ MP reacts to controversial Lord Tebbit comments Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward The MP for Bury St Edmunds says she “profoundly disagrees” with the views expressed by Norman Tebbit after the Tory peer said he would boycott services conducted by a gay dean. Fundraising ‘A Day for Dave’ event in Long Melford to be held in memory of music fan Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward A host of bands are set to perform at a west Suffolk pub in memory of a much-loved music fan who lost his battle with cancer. Procession in Sudbury marks 350th anniversary of gift-giving tradition Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward A special procession to celebrate the 350th anniversary of a Suffolk gift-giving tradition took place in Sudbury last week. Thurston Community College student scoops Book Mastermind title Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Michael Steward A Thurston Community College student has been crowned the winner of this year’s Suffolk Libaries’ Book Mastermind competition.