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Colchester Mayor Peter Chillingworth has officially unveiled a plaque recording the town’s claim to fame as the epicentre of Britain’s most destructive earthquake in 1884.
The son of an elderly couple who died before the conman who scammed them was brought to justice said the antiques dealer’s lies made him “sick to his stomach”.
A 44-year-old Essex conman who set himself up as an antique dealer and scammed customers out of an estimated £350,000 worth of family heirlooms has been jailed for five-and-a-half years.
Tour of Crowe Street Cottages gives visitors a unique glimpse into the past
The first Suffolk punch foal of the year in the UK has been born in Suffolk.
Ipswich Choral Society’s spring concert will feature Mozart’s Requiem and a brand new work by the acclaimed tenor and composer Tom Randle.
The debut film from a Norfolk director, created to mark the Armistice centenary, was shot entirely in East Anglia.
Women 100, an exhibition which celebrates the creativity of female artists is currently dazzling visitors at Ipswich Art School Gallery.
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They were bootmakers, farmers, railway clerks... Then war came − and teacher Alfred made sure they weren’t forgotten
An Ipswich headmaster has slammed vandals who police believe damaged a school display commemorating soldiers who fought in the First World War.
A conservative club that survived through two world wars is set to close next week, with its committee blaming a ‘stay-at-home’ drinking culture for the dwindling bar takings.
For more than 260 years generations of the Cobbold family had a great influence in Ipswich, writes David Kindred.
Nominations are open for one of Suffolk’s most prestigious awards ceremonies which recognises community heroes.
An oak tree in the village of Debach is set to become a permanent memorial to those who fought during the First World War.
Heirlooms passed down by a First World War veteran who served as a butler to children of the Royal Family are going under the hammer next week.
The final pre-Christmas sale of fine art and antiques, at the Clarke & Simpson auction centre on Wednesday December 5, features an amazing Suffolk art collection.
It may have been 100 years since 26 brave servicemen gave their lives for their country.
Grounding historical events in personal stories makes them more relatable. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to film-maker Tim Curtis about his latest film which tells the story of two local men and their experiences during The Great War
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