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Footballing legend Peter Shilton rubbed shoulders with an up-and-coming sportswoman who is aiming to emulate his achievements to play in front of thousands of fans for the senior England team.

A thriving and developing flavour and fragrance solutions company in Bury St Edmunds has put its weight behind a World War One trail in the town which is aiming to raise money for a new cardiac centre at the town’s hospital.

Shop closures in Bury St Edmunds are having a damaging effect on trade in the town and businesses need to adapt to the loss of customers as well as dealing with the threat of online shopping.

A husband and wife team are bidding to become champions at an annual challenge which raises money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

Energetic and intense, dynamic and diverse; it’s a fast paced musical and lyrical journey for Teddy and his young girlfriend Josie.

Plans have been unveiled to restore and renovate a “tired looking” memorial in Bury St Edmunds which is situated near a busy junction.

Four former serviceman are planning an epic 4,000-plus mile motorcycle ride round the coast of Britain in a bid to raise money for a charity which is close to their hearts.

The popular boxing legend gave an insightful, informative, humourous and honest appraisal of his glittering career (warts and all).

A runner was attacked in a wooded area near Foxhall Stadium near Ipswich over the weekend, sparking concern among residents.

A motorist was arrested late this afternoon after their vehicle came off the road and ended up in a ditch.

A disabled Hadleigh resident has hit out at the closure of the town’s Barclays Bank saying she has been “let down” by the business.

A new physiotherapy service has been set up at Leisure World in Colchester.

Around 30 people took to the streets in Bury St Edmunds this afternoon to make a stand over violence against women.

A 23-year-old man from Bury St Edmunds, who was named as being missing earlier today by police, was located this afternoon.

School choirs from across Suffolk are fine-tuning their performances for competition with the Great EACH Choir Off now just a few days away.

Police have today releaseda CCTV image of men they would like to talk to in connection with robberies in Silver End and Witham yesterday.

The first ever Great Dunmow Soapbox Race is all set to take place in the Spring.

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the £1.2 million restoration of a medieval church in the grounds of Ickworth House.

Sixty acts across 15 venues ... that’s the scale of this year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival which is set to attract thousands of people to the town during the Spring.

The appeal to raise £500,000 to help create a new cardiac unit at the West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury St Edmunds, has hit the £150,000 mark – less than eight months after it was launched.

Calls for Lakenheath to become a new town to help meet growing demand for housing have been welcomed by one of the area’s most senior council chiefs.

Dickens’ classic “Great Expectations” is to be staged at the Theatre Royal, in Bury St Edmunds, next month.

Iconic old buildings in Sudbury, many of them lost and now just a memory, are to feature in a show at the Quay Theatre, this coming weekend.

Shoppers at the Sainsbury’s store, in Mildenhall, have raised a whopping £8,365.91p for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

It took her husband and two friends to cut off the locks of Kayleigh Painter which resulted in her raising £954.75 for charity.

The first official Ale Trail is being launched in Bury St Edmunds.

He’s been rising every day at 3.30am and getting into work some 45 minutes later for the past 20 plus years.

More than 200 children from all sections of Guiding, Scouting groups, Girl Scouts of America and Boys Scouts of America will be gathering in Mildenhall later this month to celebrate World Thinking Day.

Some of the top bowlers in the world will be taking to the rinks at the Risbygate Sports Club, in Bury St Edmunds, later this month for the annual Master’s Tournament.

Memories of coke-fired stoves and outside toilets, which were cold and full of spiders, are set to be some of the main talking points at a reunion for former pupils at Great Barton Primary School.

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