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Scotland beckons for playwright Suzanne Hawkes who will take her play, Courage Calls, to one of the UK's best art festivals.

The lighting of a historic Suffolk church roof has been upgraded using the latest LED technology to keep costs down and save energy.

Former Stowmarket Strider and ex-Young Farmer Robert Tomlinson died of cancer at 61. This week his friends have told how he cared for people and wanted to bring a smile to everyone,

Tributes to Ezra Leverett, the 'face of Halesworth'

Hundreds of mourners braved the bitter cold to pay their respects to the "honourable" and "generous" John Groom.

A "pole star" and leading community figure has died after a brave battle with cancer.

Kirbye Voices, the Bury St Edmunds-based chamber choir, will be carrying out a programme of Christmas music in two local churches in December.

How Suffolk folk found themselves with the Archbishop of Canterbury as their 'boss'

A collection at the funeral of a well known farm labourer and funds from an NHS70 party has helped to boost the Every Heart Matters appeal.

They are up to their baubles in tinsel in Stowmarket ahead of one of the UK's biggest Christmas Tree festivals.

Pupils helped turn Glemsford Primary Academy red, white and blue in a themed day to remember the First World War.

Remembrance Sunday has dawned with moving ceremonies in towns and villages across the country as lone pipers played at war memorials to mark the end of the conflict.

Towns and villages across the region are set to mark of the centenary of the Armistice. Here are details of some of the main events being held in memory of the end of the First World War.

A remembrance parade will mark the centenary of the Armistice in Ixworth, near Bury St Edmunds, on Sunday, November 11.

A trailblazing Suffolk village has produced a memorable handcrafted poppy display for the second year running following the success of the project in 2017.

A special proclamation to commemorate the end of the First World War and written by Newmarket Town Crier Brenda Willison is set to be performed across the world on Armistice Day.

Ad Feature Enjoy locally sourced food at The Fleece Inn

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

The Fleece Inn in Bungay has been extending a warm welcome to diners and drinkers since the 15th century.

There's a lot to enjoy in a new book about 'Secret Bungay' − and it's not all scary...

Weird and wonderful ghost stories abound in many corners of East Anglia, with sights and sounds that just can't be explained. Here are 23 of the most haunted places in the region.

This year's Stars of Babergh and Mid Suffolk have been announced at a prestigious awards ceremony in Hadleigh.

Warriors from Kenya's Maasai region are visiting Suffolk - over 6,000 miles from home - to share their traditional songs and dancing.

A ceremony to unveil a new memorial plaque, commemorating the men and women from Aldeby who lost their lives during the First World War, was hailed as a "fantastic" success.Following a fundraising campaign and a significant grant from Norfolk Community Foundation's First World War fund, Aldeby Parish Council unveiled the plaque at Millenium Mound, on Beccles Road, on Sunday.

The story of the Black Dog of Bungay is part of East Anglian folklore. But could the dog of legend have been unfairly maligned? Sheena Grant talks to author Terry Reeve about a new telling of the tale, inspired by his grandchildren.

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Bury St Edmunds on Sunday to commemorate the Battle of Britain.

People working in a wide range of careers and businesses shared their knowledge and experiences, at a special careers and jobs fair at St Mary's Church, Hadleigh on Thursday evening.

Concerned residents keen to preserve a treasured green space in a village near Stowmarket have rallied together to oppose a housing development on the site.

A west Suffolk community has pulled together to create more than 10,000 poppies for a special display to mark this year's remembrance anniversary.

He's a ghost with a social conscience who angrily returns to Seckford Hall in Suffolk to protest the 
fact that the money he bequeathed to the local 
poor was actually embezzled by rich people who 
had no need for it.

Two singers at St Mary's Church, in Bury St Edmunds, have made history.

A west Suffolk community has been hailed as "amazing" for getting behind a campaign for a stunning poppy cascade to mark this year's Remembrance anniversary.

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