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An addiction charity is hoping to secure its future for another 20 years after announcing the sale their iconic premises on Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds.

It was Charlie Dalton’s real life challenge of raising his family and running a business that nudged him into being a manufacturer of high quality home offices.

A staff member at a convenience store in Red Lodge which was ram raided for the second time this year says the incident “makes you not want to do the job anymore”.

Six drivers have been branded grossly irresponsible and selfish after admitting drink or drug-driving-related offences when they appeared before Ipswich magistrates yesterday morning.

More than 250 costumed Tudors can be seen at Kentwell Hall in Long Melford until August 28 as part of a “hands-on” recreation event.

With Bank Holiday Monday on August 28, many chemists and pharmacies will be closed for the day or open for a limited time.

Celebrity chefs, local produce and dishes from around the globe will be just a few of the highlights at this year’s Bury St Edmunds Food and Drink Festival.

Tickets are still available for Greater Anglia’s second charity diesel railtour on September 16 on behalf of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

A 33-year-old man has gone missing from his home in Ipswich sparking a police appeal to trace him.

As the parents of a former England footballer, Leonard and Valerie Butcher are used to seeing their family in the press.

The jury in the trial of a man accused of robbing a man in the corridor of a Suffolk block of flats while allegedly pointing a replica Glock handgun at him is expected to continue its discussions tomorrow.

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The East Anglian Practical Classics Vehicle Club will meet at The Oaksmere hotel in Brome on September 17th for attractive displays from the club, other visiting organisations and car manufacturers.

Tessa Allingham goes down to the wild woods near Haverhill to see the people – and pigs – behind the New England Boar Company

Bury St Edmunds’ restaurant scene is thriving with exciting new venues each offering something different for you to try. In no particular order, we pick 15 of the best places to eat in this Suffolk market town

The best thing about a burger is that it’s simple food we all identify with, but the way you make it special is in the details. With A brioche bun or maybe a secret sauce, here are 8 places in Bury St Edmunds that make a delicious burger

If you’re stuck for ideas about where to get your Sunday roast fix this weekend, then give one of these 20 Suffolk pubs a try!

Eating out: Turks Head in Hasketon

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

And in the modern age, that’s quite a lot. Frances Hopewell-Smith enjoys a midweek lunch at the Turks Head in Hasketon

Looking forward to FolkEast 2017, August 18-20, a unique, gotta-be-there festival for all folk at Glemham Hall, Lindsay Want discovers its local inspiration, the very special spirit of East Anglia’s 1970s Barsham and Albion ‘Fairs’. Remember them?

Bury Mercury

An addiction charity is hoping to secure its future for another 20 years after announcing the sale their iconic premises on Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds.

It was Charlie Dalton’s real life challenge of raising his family and running a business that nudged him into being a manufacturer of high quality home offices.

A staff member at a convenience store in Red Lodge which was ram raided for the second time this year says the incident “makes you not want to do the job anymore”.

More than 250 costumed Tudors can be seen at Kentwell Hall in Long Melford until August 28 as part of a “hands-on” recreation event.

With Bank Holiday Monday on August 28, many chemists and pharmacies will be closed for the day or open for a limited time.

Six drivers have been branded grossly irresponsible and selfish after admitting drink or drug-driving-related offences when they appeared before Ipswich magistrates yesterday morning.

An Essex theatre has been given a cash grant to buy a captioning unit.

Ipswich Star

An addiction charity is hoping to secure its future for another 20 years after announcing the sale their iconic premises on Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds.

Six drivers have been branded grossly irresponsible and selfish after admitting drink or drug-driving-related offences when they appeared before Ipswich magistrates yesterday morning.

With Bank Holiday Monday on August 28, many chemists and pharmacies will be closed for the day or open for a limited time.

Tickets are still available for Greater Anglia’s second charity diesel railtour on September 16 on behalf of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

A 33-year-old man has gone missing from his home in Ipswich sparking a police appeal to trace him.

As the parents of a former England footballer, Leonard and Valerie Butcher are used to seeing their family in the press.

The public have had their say on the multi-million pound upgrade – and their preferred choice has been released by Highways England.

Budding choristers of all abilities can get top coaching in singing Handel’s Messiah at a special workshop organised alongside the Ipswich Choral Society concert.

The man who led the redevelopment of the Buttermarket Centre into a cinema-led leisure complex is working with the owners of the former BHS store on the opposite side of Arras Square.

Award-winning author Meg Rosoff visited the Suffolk Blue Cross rescue centre to meet some of their rescue pups – including one dog named after the canine star of her latest children’s book.

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