March 12 2014 Latest news:
This weekend sees the opening of Harpers Furniture store in Ipswich.
Harpers are a family business and have been trading at Stonham Barns since 1995 as Home and Cane Living, and are branching out with a brand new Ipswich store in Star Lane, next to Bears Bowling Centre, and are opening on Saturday, March 15.
The new store will feature a variety of top quality oak and rattan furniture, as well as beautiful lighting and accessories.
And Harpers are giving away eight sets of tables, worth £99 each, to East Anglian Daily Times.
This offer is on a first come, first served basis and is valid on Saturday, March 15.
See the EADT for tokens
The EADT has teamed up with McDonalds in Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury to offer readers a great-priced meal deal.
Buy a BigMac or a McChicken Sandwich, with medium fries, for just £1.99 until Friday, March 21.
Voucher valid at selected restaurants only.
See the EADT this week for voucher
Perched on the banks of the River Stour, overlooking the beautiful Stour Valley, The Anchor Inn is a stylish country inn, enjoying an idyllic riverside location within the chocolate box village of Nayland.
With a cosy and comfortable bar, two relaxed first floor dining rooms, and a wonderful riverside deck area, this beautiful 15th century Suffolk pub offers the perfect backdrop whether you’re looking for relaxed dining or a friendly drink with family and friends.
Serving up traditional British cuisine, our menus focus on fresh, locally sourced produce and our onsite smokehouse means that cold-smoked meat, fish, game, cheese and vegetables will often make an appearance on the menu.
And now you can get a main course free, when a full-priced meal is purchased.
For voucher, see the EADT this week.
Stowmarket Archery Centre is a great place to learn and practice archery.
For beginners they run a four-week beginners course called Get In To Archery where under the tuition of club professional Alec James you will learn all the skills to be a successful archer.
Get In To Archery costs £50 per person and includes all the necessary equipment, professional instruction and plenty of follow on opportunities.
But EADT readers can get the fee deducted from their membership if they decide to join.
More details in the EADT this week.