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Premises Licence -Variation Application Name of Applicant: Adnams plc Name of Premises: Cherry Tree Postal Address of Premises: 73 Cumberland Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 4AG

Controversial plans to create 100 homes on the former Suffolk Coastal District Council offices in Melton have been given the go-ahead after a narrow vote by planning committee.

A Suffolk planning committee debating controversial plans for homes in Melton was left stunned after a parish councillor on the public bench threatened a committee member by imitating a gun with his hand.

Get your coffee fix during UK Coffee Week from one of these artisanal local producers.

Framlingham Sports Club

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Framlingham Sports Club - Indoor sporting events, live music, recorded music, performance of dance.

Cyclists are getting pumped for a summer sports spectacular which will take competitors on a scenic tour of Suffolk.

Premises Licence - New Application

Monday, March 26, 2018

Name of Applicant: Krafty Braumeister Ltd

Name of Premises: Krafty Braumeister Ltd - Unit 4A

Postal Address of Premises: Eastlands Industrial Estate, Leiston, IP16 4LL

The traditional end of one financial year is good a time for business owners to do a bit of employment law spring cleaning.

A public inquiry due to get underway in May over controversial plans to build 138 homes in Melton has been dropped after developers withdrew the appeal.

Specially designed nest boxes have been installed in Woodbridge ahead of the return of the swallows to the train station.

A company seeking to redevelop a Suffolk council’s former headquarters as housing claims the delayed project is set for approval in the coming weeks - despite calls for the deal to be started afresh.

Cameras at the ready for ever-popular nature image contest

A Suffolk renewables entrepreneur is set to devote herself full-time to an electric vehicle charging enterprise .

Hopes the reopening of a busy Suffolk road would bring an end to months of ill-feeling soon faded this week when drivers commented on the “awful” condition of its surface.

The long-awaited reopening of a busy Suffolk road, whose closure provoked months of opposition, has been met with relief - and calls for lessons to be learned.

The controversial Woods Lane closure will hopefully come to an end tomorrow according to developers.

Whether you fancy a jaunt around an English country garden, a rummage through a book fair, pond dipping, or den building, there’s so much for you to see and do around Suffolk over the next few months.

A woman from Ipswich has described her family’s trauma and warned fellow pet owners after their dog ate a poisonous starfish on Felixstowe beach.

As Suffolk County Council ramps up its battle against potholes after the winter freeze, one route around the county is set to get special attention over the next three months.

Suffolk Coastal District Council is hoping to attract as many young people as possible to it’s youth conference next month.

A retired teacher has admitted endangering a train by failing to heed warning signs at a crossing.

Cheers rang out around a town’s market square for the permanent return of a treasured statue.

The River Deben has always played a major role in the story of Suffolk. As Arts Editor Andrew Clarke discovers, local film-makers have given the Deben its own bio-pic

Your weekend inspiration is here - these events are all taking place on March 3 or 4.

Premises Licence - New Application

Monday, February 26, 2018

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Children in Suffolk who grow up in areas that have the greatest literacy challenges are also likely to live much shorter lives than their peers, the first study of its kind has shown.

Highways bosses have insisted their refusal to keep a single lane open during a long-running east Suffolk road closure was in the interests of safety and a speedy resolution.

A large quantity of cigarettes have been stolen after a burglary at a convenience store in east Suffolk.

Extended working hours are hoped to have reduced a long-running and much opposed road closure in east Suffolk by nearly a month.


Monday, February 12, 2018


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