Two care home residents aged over 90 are among those putting their best foot forward for charity.
Naturists are hoping to return to a botanic gardens near Bury St Edmunds next year after a successful fundraising trip.
A six-year-old boy has walked 25,000 steps in a day to support a zoo as he was concerned over the impact of coronavirus on the animals.
An open gardens event in one street in Bury St Edmunds “lifted everyone’s spirits” as well as supporting a charity.
Set sail and enjoy a luxurious evening of fun, food and entertainment.
Earlier this winter a group of men from Suffolk spent four nights and five days living and sleeping rough on the streets of Ipswich, to really experience what it feels like to be homeless.
More than 100 bikers brought festive cheer to the streets of Ipswich and Felixstowe as they collected toys for families in need this Christmas.
The RSPCA rehoming centre in Martlesham is on the hunt for a forever home for one of their older residents - Minky the cat, who came to them after her previous owner died.
Today schools across Suffolk have been raising money for 10-year-old Evelina Kravale who had her left foot and the lower part of her left leg amputated after she was hit by a bus.
Ferrets Andy and Ruby met at the RSPCA in Martlesham and are now looking for a new home together.
Today schools and nurseries across Suffolk and north Essex are pulling on their Pudsey ears and raising plenty of pennies for Children in Need 2019.
Early bird tickets are now on sale for the Midnight Walk which has raised thousands of pounds for St Elizabeth’s Hospice over the past 13 years.
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