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The army of supporters who make the Suffolk Show a reality were out in force last week, helping to raise funds for charity at a glittering social evening.

Country Land and Business Association (CLA) East is set to host a general election hustings at this year’s Suffolk Show where those who work in the countryside will get the chance to quiz candidates.

Growers are being advised to be on high alert for Bruchid beetle infestations in their winter bean crops as temperatures soar this weekend.

A pub overlooking the River Orwell on the edge of Ipswich is set to reopen following a £500,000 investment.

A Suffolk social enterprise is among three community schemes to scoop £25,000 from the regional development agency.

Suffolk-based window, door and conservatory installers have scooped a quality accolade.

Milkshakes created by an Essex-based firm are set to go on sale in 92 Sainsbury’s stores across the UK.

A Suffolk farm worker’s final wish to return artefacts he collected over a lifetime working on an historic estate to the place they were found was honoured this week.

Industry leaders have given Suffolk engineering students an insight into careers in the renewables sector.

A Suffolk brewery is celebrating record sales after a turnaround strategy was launched two years ago.

Stansted Airport is set to host an event this week showcasing hundreds of career opportunities at the site.

A new Aviation Training International Limited (ATIL) facility has been completed at Wattisham Flying Station, near Stowmarket.

Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Van has opened a new £1m sales centre in Ipswich.

Farmers in Suffolk and Essex have been chosen for a national farm trial network, the biggest ever conducted by crop protection firm BASF.

This year’s Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) president Lord Iveagh says he is looking forward to a “great” show later this month.

More than 500 vintage farm and domestic items collected by a Suffolk farmer are set to go under the hammer next month.

Hotel customers are set to toast the ‘friendly invasion’ of Lavenham by US airmen during the Second World War with a new golden ale.

The last time Clydesdale heavy horse judge John Anderson was at the Suffolk Show was in 2012, when the second day was cancelled due to high winds.

The thrill of flight will be among the attractions at the Suffolk Show’s Military Discovery Zone as a Red Arrows simulator offers visitors an insight into what it’s like to fly with the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team.

The future is bright for Suffolk sheep, says the judge of the breed at this year’s Suffolk Show.

Suffolk Show organisers said they were “thrilled” after the son of world-famous Newmarket jockey Frankie Dettori said that he would be taking part in the event’s Shetland Grand National competition.

Farmers will be digging up their underpants for next month’s Cereals 2017 in Lincolnshire after burying them to gauge soil health.

The government has got its immigration policy back to front, a leading East Anglian farmer has claimed.

Military families are set to be treated to a free day out at this year’s Suffolk Show after the event’s organisers donated hundreds of tickets to locally-based servicemen and women and their families

An historic Suffolk estate is set to be recreated as a farm encompassing 1,090 acres of high quality arable land and a range of homes and buildings goes on the market with a bumper guide price tag of £14.75m.

A small parkland estate at Playford, near Woodbridge, is set to go on the market with a freehold guide price of £1.5m.

An animal feed firm which has its UK base in Ipswich has seen volume of feed sales rise overall in the first quarter of this year, in spite of a decline in the UK.

Declining brown hares could benefit from non-native crops grown for bioenergy across Britain’s farmland, according to a study.

North Essex vineyard owners who ran a free tasting session to celebrate their success at an awards event have hailed it a “huge” success.

Two Suffolk food businesses are celebrating after making it through to the finals of the BBC Food & Farming Awards 2017.

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