It was announced this morning that Suffolk hadn’t won the BBC Countryfile award for holiday destination of the year. But we don’t need an award to show us that Suffolk is a great place to live and go on holiday.
Broadcaster and writer Emma Freud OBE has given her backing for Suffolk Day 2018 - describing the county as the ‘most beautiful in Britain’.
More than 100 primary school children in the county enjoyed a day of live science in Bury St Edmunds as part of a new festival.
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Suffolk is in the final five for BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Holiday Destination of the Year 2018 – and needs your vote to scoop the prestigious award.
The christening of young Chloe Rooney proved to be a fundraising boost for the My WiSH charity, which supports the West Suffolk Hospital.
Suffolk Day is back this summer, shining a light on what makes our county so special - but what do you love about Suffolk?
Peter Kay’s first live stand-up tour in eight years has been cancelled because of “unforeseen family circumstances”.
Some of the finest chefs from across East Anglia will showcase their festive flair at the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre – which is just over a fortnight away.
One of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing contestants will join other speakers at the fifth Lavenham Literary Festival later this month.
Will tonight’s Great British Bake Off final see Suffolk star Sophie Faldo crowned winner?
NHS Hospital trusts in Ipswich, West Suffolk and Colchester have failed to achieve their targets for admitting and treating accident and emergency patients.
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.
Peter from Essex was the first budding baker to be eliminated from the Great British Bake Off as the hit series returned tonight.
A concert to honour a Sudbury musician will be all the more poignant, after guitarist Rowland Higgins suffered a stroke weeks before the festival bearing his name will take place.
The StowBlues Festival in Stowmarket may have enjoyed its best year yet, with more than 800 people attending for a taste of authentic Americana Blues.
A redundant Suffolk church that is now a hub of community activity is on track to achieve record visitor numbers.
In 20 years the Bury St Edmunds Whitsun Fayre has grown from a flower and plant market to two day event full of family fun and attractions.
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