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Two bishops have been left ‘‘humbled and privileged’’ after meeting hundreds of people of all ages during a Lent pilgrimage across Suffolk.

Three parks in Felixstowe will be upgraded as part of on-going investment in the town.

Suffolk market towns Stowmarket and Beccles have been chosen as host venues for Britain’s most prestigious women’s cycle race this year, it has been announced today.

The 32nd Celebration of Schools’ Music at the Snape Maltings Concert Hall features six days of concerts, each one different but each culminating in a finale, A Glass of Water composed by Sarah Jewell, giving performers an opportunity to take to the stage once more and perform together.

Two bishops have set off on a 90-mile pilgrimage across Suffolk to discover more about the people, community activities and businesses that help the county flourish.

Having evolved from steam-powered traction engines which took the jobs of heavy horses, today’s tractors have amazing capabilities compared with their forebears.

Every effort is being made to ensure no child in Suffolk goes hungry – with help being targeted at communities that are most in need.

A project to protect a spectacular but threatened Suffolk landscape has been given a £3million boost.

Councils in Suffolk and Essex have been given grant aid to help them cope with the impact of Brexit.

Town centre shoppers were greeted with a burst of Brazilian colour and exciting rhythms as a flash mob of youngsters showed off their singing skills.

More than 1,600 homes and 400 businesses have better protection from flooding after the successful completion of a new £67.4million tidal flood barrier for Ipswich.

Bosses at Marks and Spencer have this afternoon confirmed that the company’s Felixstowe store will definitely close.

A former West End star has heaped praise on an Ipswich school production of a musical in which she once performed.

M&S customers in Felixstowe have pleaded with store bosses to give their town centre shop threatened with closure one last chance by converting it completely into a food hall.

Patients will be able to be treated more quickly in a more modern environment at Colchester Hospital if £7million plans to improve and replace outdated facilities are approved.

Marks & Spencer’s chief executive Steve Rowe has told Felixstowe’s community leaders that closing the town’s M&S store is the “right decision” for his company.

ScottishPower Renewables is embarking on its Phase 4 consultation for the proposed East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE North offshore windfarm projects – which protesters say will have a huge impact on the county.

Campaigners fighting to stop Sizewell C being built have written to every MP demanding the £14billion project is cancelled following work being halted on a new nuclear power station on Anglesey.

Community leaders have voiced concern that health, police and support services may “come close to breaking point” if a huge workforce descends on Suffolk to build the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station.

Parish and town councils are set to get free independent help to formulate their responses to plans for a new twin reactor nuclear power station on Suffolk’s coast.

More than 3,500 people have signed petitions urging M&S bosses to keep their Felixstowe store open.

It is a more common sight here in Suffolk these days, but American football was a novelty when the USAF teams brought it to Woodbridge in the 1970s.

EDF Energy, which is planning a new twin reactor power station on the Suffolk coast, is convinced nuclear energy has a “strong future” – despite work stopping on a new multi-billion pound project.

A new £11.3million skills centre to train people to work in the energy, engineering, maritime and offshore sectors is on schedule to open in Suffolk this autumn.

Campaigners have launched a petition to try to persuade Marks and Spencer not to close Felixstowe’s town centre store.

Students and lecturers from the University of Suffolk are gaining valuable experience by helping the promoters of Sizewell C understand what people think of the latest consultation for the proposed power station.

It’s been Framlingham’s main community celebration and a big attraction for more than 100 years and is still going strong today.

Work has been completed on the first phase of a project to alleviate parking problems in a riverside town.

People in Felixstowe will once again remember the pain and distress caused by Britain’s biggest peacetime disaster as they mark the deaths of 41 adults and children in the 1953 floods.

People are being offered a final chance to have their say on proposals to build more than 10,000 new homes in coastal Suffolk in the next 16 years.

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