Two Lullaby Concerts will be performed at the United Reformed Church, in Stowmarket, by the City of London Sinfonia, on Friday, October 27.
A war hero who was killed in action in Belgium 100 years ago during the First World War has been remembered at a fitting tribute ceremony.
It has been 30 years since The Great Storm hit the UK – we asked people in Ipswich for their memories.
Primary school children from Hartest, near Bury St Edmunds, took part in their very own bake-off to raise money for charity last week.
Bury St Edmunds residents are being invited to attend a parade which will see 100 submariners from HMS Vengeance exercise their freedom of the borough.
A total of £2,318.95 has been raised this year for the Battle of Britain Wings Appeal.
The Government will review the regulation of air weapons to see if the controls are still “appropriate and effective” following a coroner’s call after the death of Thurston 13-year-old Ben Wragge.
An art fair, featuring more than 100 original paintings and prints, will take place to help raise vital funds for a multi-million pound museum project in Sudbury.
Britain’s biggest Euromillions jackpot is up for grabs tomorrow night - could you be joining Suffolk’s big lottery winners?
Residents in Mid Suffolk and Babergh have ten weeks to have their say on new council and ward boundaries across the districts.
National Poetry Day falls on Thursday, September 28, this year. The day is an annual celebration that inspires people throughout the UK to enjoy, discover and share poems.
Three National Trust sites in Suffolk have received awards in recognition of their sustainable and ethical food
A study of Britons’ quality of life has found that a healthy amount of sleep has a far higher impact on wellbeing than a 50% increase in disposable income.
An extremely rare piece of jewellery with possible links to the martyred King of East Anglia is to go on display at Moyses Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds.
Two Suffolk districts are in the top five happiest places in the UK according to new research – and the rest of the county is getting happier every year.
With the weekend only a few days away you might be wondering how you are going to spend it, check out our what’s on guide for events near you.
A Stowmarket charity Christmas card shop is seeking volunteers to help run the pop-up store during the festive period.
Suffolk County Council and the Suffolk Association of Local Councils have joined together to relaunch Suffolk’s Most Active Communities for 2017.
Storm Aileen brought 60mph winds to Suffolk and north Essex this week, causing falling trees, blocked roads and homes without power. But what will the weather bring this weekend?
Former Bury Town goalkeeper Nick Pope has described the emotions he went through making his Premier League bow last weekend, as he prepares for his full debut at Anfield tomorrow afternoon.
A former England test cricketer turned after dinner speaker will host a special lunch in Bury St Edmunds as part of the town’s festival of sport.
Leiston goalkeeper Marcus Garnham has hailed former Ipswich Town youngster, Nick Pope’s ‘unbelievable’ rise to the Premier League and believes his story can inspire kids of all ages.
A Sudbury rowing crew – with an average age of early 60s – have described how they interrupted competing in the Great Ouse Marathon to affect a dramatic river rescue.
Sudbury’s first town centre electric vehicle charging point has been installed at Kingfisher Leisure Centre.
A Stowmarket referee who took part in the Ride to the Somme to raise money for charity said the cycle event was “a moving experience”.
After seeing the OVO Energy Tour of Britain race through our streets on Friday we take a look at the sporting talent which has come from Suffolk and north Essex.
The OVO Energy Tour of Britain will be racing through Suffolk today, find out where you can watch the race and what Suffolk roads will be closed.
Villagers in Mid Suffolk today breathed a sigh of relief after plans for 49 homes, which risked harming listed buildings in the iconic medieval centre of Woolpit, were rejected.
A prestigious contemporary and post-war art auction will take place in Sudbury to raise further funding needed to transform a town museum.
Choirs from across the county raised more than £1,500 for a guide dog charity after various concert performances.
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