Children across the UK have spent the last three and half months at home due to Covid-19 - now children are beginning to re-attend, a nursery gives it’s top tips for their safe return.

Saturday sees the big re-opening of UK pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes - and Sudbury is ready and waiting for the return of their customers.

Wimbledon has been cancelled for the first time since the Second World War due to coronavirus - yet one Suffolk community tennis club is thriving despite the pandemic.

A football club has submitted an application to create a container storage site on part of their grounds to provide “some much needed revenue”.

Residents at a nursing home near Needham Market have thanked staff for their care and support during the Covid-19 outbreak - by creating special personalised gift bags and cards for each carer.

Organisers of Needham Market Raft Race are inviting people to take part in a fun but different event this year.

A proposed storage site housing 87 containers on a Sudbury industrial estate has been refused despite insistence that the site would have minimal impact to the area.

A care home in Suffolk decided to cheer up their residents by hosting a special day with a coastal flavour.

A housing development in an area of protected species of bats and mature trees has been given the go ahead after developers met conditions made against the original plans.

The Prime Ministers announcement that hairdressers are allowed to re-open from July 4 has been met with mixed reactions in Suffolk - while beauticians are left waiting for news of when they too can reopen.

A car and lorry collided on Girling Street in Sudbury this afternoon affecting traffic along the one-way system.

Older people are facing an increased risk of abuse and neglect during the coronavirus lockdown, it has been warned.

Rumours that Boris Johnson is reviewing social distancing measures has been met with anger and frustration by Suffolk communities who have invested heavily in signage and markings to allow non-essential shops to open.

As Sudbury prepares to re-open its non-essential shops on Monday, temporary measures have been put in place in the town to aid social distancing.

The whole entertainment industry has suffered during the coronavirus quarantine but to counter the lack of customers coming through their doors the Quay Theatre in Sudbury has gone ‘virtual’.

These pictures show how Sudbury is planning to welcome back shoppers to the town when non-essential stores are allowed to reopen on Monday, June 15.

An elderly woman was rescued after collapsing in her own home and laying stricken for two days - thanks to an alert paperboy raising the alarm.

Plans to demolish a barn at a Suffolk farm look set to go ahead despite initial concerns from environmental authorities about a “significant effect” on the surrounding natural habitat.

Ipswich is preparing to open its shops and car parks and in an attempt to entice shoppers back to the town centre, will be offering free parking in one of its most popular parking spots.

A 10-year-old decided to accompany his dad to work as one of Sudbury’s Community Wardens - to help break the boredom of the Covid-19 lockdown.

With children off school and getting bored during the coronavirus lockdown, community wardens in Sudbury have thought up a way to keep youngsters occupied.

A Suffolk river has seen an increase in its fish population and cleaner water thanks to a year-long rejuvenation project.

A mother of four is urging people to seek medical advice if they have any health concerns after her toddler son was diagnosed with cancer during the coronavirus lockdown.

A Suffolk volunteer is celebrating after winning an award for volunteering with the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) after only two years of fundraising.

A retired police officer now working as a non-executive director at the West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (WSFT) has praised the efforts of staff during the coronavirus crisis.

A Suffolk manufacturing plant due to shut down in July has been providing headbands for facemasks during the coronavirus lockdown as its final swansong after operating for 84 years.

A Suffolk-based TV producer is helping grieving families by compiling home video footage, memories and photos to help those who have suffered the loss of loved ones during the coronavirus lockdown.

Starting a new business might be a hair-raising experience for anyone - but Oli Norman is opening his first barbershop in Elmswell at just 18 years old.

Two former pupils of a Suffolk school have become finalists in a highly respected design awards ceremony in America with their version of an eco-friendly handbag.

Lockdown has provided people with the chance to spend more time in their gardens and now’s your chance to show off the fruits of your labour.

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