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The owner of an ethical sock company who comes from Suffolk has taken part in a national showcase event for social entrepreneurs.

John Grose car showrooms become charity quiz venues

A number of events were put on to celebrate the club’s birthday

The first details of next year’s Ipswich Jazz Festival have been revealed – with international artists and top workshops set to grace the town in the summer.

Dodgy-looking characters sporting bizarre hairstyles, outrageous clothes and delivering an unending stream of bad jokes can only mean one thing... that panto season is upon us. This is our guide to the professional pantomimes coming our way during this Christmas.

The TV adaptation of The Box of Delights is hard to beat when it comes children’s drama and I should know: I’ve watched it 14 times

The centenary of the Russian Revolution has been marked by a number of cultural events and this sold-out concert featured three of the country’s major composers, spanning the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

From Little Women to French and Saunders, Alan Partridge to The Miniaturist, the BBC has some Christmas crackers this year.

The Orwell Walk, Run and Cycle has been renamed as the Orwell Challenge ahead of next year’s event – with the run portion of the event having gained marathon status for the first time.

Ipswich-based law firm Prettys has restructured its service offering to reflect the changing needs of its clients.

Allegations of sexual misconduct have dominated the news agenda in recent weeks. The behaviour of Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and a dossier of British MPs has highlighted the dangers that follow when a culture of harassment is allowed to develop in the workplace.

By day you may see his shadow, but night you may hear his call. RAVEN IS BACK ON CBBC! TV Editor Stacia Briggs is a bit too excited

A new charity has launched in Suffolk tonight – and what they are hoping to do has attracted the support of Ipswich mayor Sarah Barber and the county’s gaming community.

Colchester’s moment in the spotlight during Thursday’s evening’s BBC Question Time programme was cut short after a member of the audience was taken ill.

More than 120,000 people are expected to descend on Bury St Edmunds over four days as the town’s popular Christmas fayre got underway yesterday.

MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace will serve up some behind the scenes stories and more when he visits Ipswich Corn Exchange next year.

Popular countryside TV presenter Jules Hudson is in Ipswich , this week, to talk about his enthusiasm for rural life and his schooldays.

Schools, businesses and organisations in Suffolk and Essex are raising money today for the BBC Children in Need’s 2017 appeal.

Ipswich Town return to Championship action with a game at Hull City tomorrow. STUART WATSON previews the match.

The High Sheriff of Suffolk is urging people to thank under pressure volunteers and charities in their communities by nominating them for a prestigious selection of awards.

Ipswich Town supporters are paying above average Championship prices to watch football at Portman Road, the annual BBC ‘Price of Football’ survey has revealed.

Award-wining journalist Robert Peston is to give a talk next year in east Suffolk.

The best of the county’s sporting talent was celebrated at the Suffolk Sports Awards at Kesgrave Hall, writes Elaine Anderson-Browne.

Grassroots cricket will benefit considerably from the ‘staggering’ new TV agreement, according to Suffolk Cricket Board chairman Nick Shrubshall, writes Nick Garnham.

DIY SOS: The Big Build will get underway in Mildenhall today to help improve the home of Simon Dobbin, who was left with permanent brain damage after an unprovoked attack in March 2015.

People living in Essex are being asked whether they would pay more for the service they receive from their police force.

For this year’s Britten Weekend, Snape Maltings devised a programme exploring the composer’s work for radio. In particular, there was a focus on one of his most celebrated collaborations – with the poet Louis MacNeice in the radio drama The Dark Tower, first broadcast by the BBC in January 1946.

A Suffolk MP has been accused of failing to support her constituents over a controversial road closure.

It’s been described as “Downton Abbey for grown-ups” - TV Editor Stacia Briggs looks at Howards End. Ooer.

A Felixstowe man who appeared on the BBC quiz show Mastermind says he will try again after failing to make the final.

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