A new bus route is one of our most read stories this week
PUBLISHED: 05:00 01 December 2018
Ed Sheeran visiting Ipswich and a Suffolk café breaching a string of hygiene and safety regulations are part of our unmissable story round up. Make sure you read them all.
Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran visited Portman Road on Wednesday night to watch Ipswich play Bristol City.
Despite the Blue’s loss the former Framlingham school boy posted a happy picture on his Instagram wearing the ITFC football top.
Ed has been pictured previously cheering on his team with fiancée Cherry Seaborn.
A Suffolk café owner has pleaded guilty to a string of hygiene and safety regulations.
Richard Bird who owns Steet Level Café in Bury St Edmunds breached 17 food regulations, and four health and safety rules.
During an inspection the following things were found - an ‘unknown liquid’ in a bucket, rodent traps, mould on a chopping board and more. Read the full list by clicking the link above.
Suffolk is home to many YouTube stars we take a look at four big online names who between them have 3.4 million subscribers.
One of the four is musician Samantha Harvey who has just finished headlining her own UK tour.
The singer who went to Stowmarket High School, said: “YouTube completely changed my life, I would encourage anyone who has the time to do it to take it up.”
A woman from Great Blakenham has spoken of her heartbreak after three of her cats were poisoned.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said they are investigating their deaths as a suspected poisoning with anti-freeze.
Mrs Beckett said she couldn’t understand why someone would do something so cruel.
A change in an Ipswich bus route has angered members of the public.
First buses have diverted the 76 and 77 services away from Felixstowe Road and to Spring Road instead - this means those in Felixstowe Road now have to walk 700m to their nearest bus stop.
The changes also mean those services will no longer serve Bishops Hill, Cobham Road, Lindbergh Road or Nacton Road. Read the changes in full on the story above.
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