Michael Steward Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. email@example.com @MichaelReporter Essex mother will trek Great Wall of China in memory of daughter 09:00 Michael Steward A Clacton mother will make a poignant trek across the Great Wall of China in memory of her youngest daughter to raise money for a mental health charity. Footfall figures for Bury St Edmunds are 'very encouraging' in challenging retail climate 05:30 Michael Steward More people visited Bury St Edmunds town centre in the first three months of 2019 than the same period last year, according to latest footfall statistics. Cyclist dies after crash with Land Rover in Creeting St Mary Yesterday, 14:48 Michael Steward A man in his 40s has died following a road traffic collision involving a Land Rover in Creeting St Mary earlier this morning. Popular Euston Rural Pastimes event raises £40,000 for charity 10:00 Michael Steward A popular country fair held in west Suffolk last year has donated a total of £40,000 to two charities in the area. Man seriously injured in town centre fight Yesterday, 18:35 Michael Steward A man was seriously injured after a fight involving a number of people in Ipswich town centre last night, police have said. Drivers of Audi A3 and BMW M3 in road rage drama near McDonald's Yesterday, 17:04 Michael Steward A man was allegedly punched in the face during a road rage incident in Colchester and police are appealing for witnesses. Video Hundreds take part in popular Sudbury fun run Yesterday, 16:11 Michael Steward Hundreds of people took to the streets of Sudbury today to take part in the popular annual fun run. Children steal the show at Newmarket's first race meet Thu, 15:41 Michael Steward A day at the races is synonymous with fashion but it was the younger generation who stole the limelight and were dressed to impress at Newmarket’s first meeting of the season. Easter fun on offer at Kentwell Hall Thu, 10:54 Michael Steward More than 70 costumed Tudors will portray life in 1539 at a Suffolk stately home’s first event of the year. See inside the new-look Angel Hotel following £750,000 refurbishment Thu, 09:54 Michael Steward An iconic Bury St Edmunds hotel famed for its association with writer Charles Dickens has reopened following a £750,000 refurbishment. Foster mother urges people not to be put off by application process Thu, 07:30 Michael Steward A Suffolk foster mother is urging people who are interested in providing a loving home for a child not to be put off by some of the myths surrounding the application process. Research into dog cancer could lead to screening test for popular breeds Wed, 19:30 Michael Steward Scientists investigating skin cancer in dogs hope new research can lead to a DNA screening test being made available for two of the UK’s most popular breeds. Suffolk school achieves platinum level Artsmark again for second time Wed, 16:38 Michael Steward A west Suffolk secondary school has been awarded the highest accolade by the Arts Council of England for a second time. Sir Ian McKellen backs theatre's fundraising walk Wed, 11:33 Michael Steward Revered actor Sir Ian McKellen is the latest celebrity to offer his support to walkers trekking 200 miles to fundraise for Bury St Edmunds’ historic theatre. One in ten pupils persistently absent from schools in Suffolk and Essex Mon, 07:30 Michael Steward One in ten pupils were persistently absent from schools in Suffolk and Essex last year, according to latest government figures. Daughter to run London Marathon for charity which helped mum Mon, 07:30 Michael Steward The daughter of a Sudbury woman who suffered a massive stroke on holiday in Greece will run the London Marathon to say thank you to the charity which helped her mum. Where will roadworks be happening this week? Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward Avoid hold-ups on the region’s roads by finding out about planned roadworks in Suffolk and north Essex this week. Anonymous donation of more than £100,000 left to Suffolk charity Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward An anonymous donation of more than £100,000 left to a Suffolk charity will be used to fund breaks for family carers across the county. Volunteers needed for popular Paws in the Park event Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward Hundreds of dog lovers and their pets will descend on a Bury St Edmunds park next month when a popular event returns and organisers are appealing for volunteers to help out. Convenience shop staff member assaulted during robbery Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward A member of staff at an Ipswich convenience store was assaulted after three assailants entered the shop and stole cigarettes and cash. Shopkeeper attacked with knife in Haverhill Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward A shopkeeper suffered slash wounds after being attacked by two assailants, with one of the men armed with a knife. Meet Bury St Edmunds' new PCSOs Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward The two new PCSOs patrolling the streets of Bury St Edmunds say the response from people to their presence in the town has been “very positive”. Coffee club launched by learners in Bury St Edmunds still going strong Sunday, April 14, 2019 Michael Steward A weekly coffee club which was set up by a group of learners who wanted to stay in touch after completing a course in Bury St Edmunds is still going strong two years on. New club in Sudbury aims to bring people together through love of whiskey Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward Whiskey enthusiasts are being encouraged to join a new club in Sudbury which is aiming to bring people in the town together through their love of the drink. Bounty fined £400,000 for sharing personal data unlawfully Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward A pregnancy and parenting club has been fined £400,000 for illegally sharing personal information of more than 14 million people following an investigation. Essex man wanted by police after breaching probation conditions Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward Police are searching for a man with links to the Clacton and Tendring areas of Essex after he breached the conditions of his probation. Updated Missing Andrew Kinsella from Haverhill has been found Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward Andrew Kinsella who went missing last week has been found safe and well. Historic building which rose from the ashes is shortlisted for award Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward A landmark Sudbury building which was rebuilt after being destroyed in a devastating fire has been shortlisted for a prestigious award. Birds could be culled at Suffolk airbases to 'minimise hazards' for fighter jets Saturday, April 13, 2019 Michael Steward Bird control is to be carried out on Suffolk’s US airbases - with birds possibly being culled in a bid to minimise the risk to high powered fighter jets. Historic Sudbury hotel to appear on Four in a Bed Friday, April 12, 2019 Michael Steward A historic Sudbury hotel will appear on a popular Channel 4 television show where business owners are invited to judge other people’s B&Bs.