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Aldeburgh news

Mark Bee

On the day the government announced a new £5 billion project to improve mobile phone coverage in rural areas, the county council has unanimously backed a proposal to set up a new forum to press for improvements across Suffolk.

Dr Nick Clark holds a note by Peter Pears to Benjamin Britten that was recently discovered in the Benjamin Britten archive.

A chance discovery among celebrated Suffolk composer Benjamin Britten’s papers may record the flash of inspiration that gives his pacifist masterpiece War Requiem so much of its power.

Framlingham news

Police were called to Saxtead Road, Framlingham this morning after a boy was in a collision with a car.

Janet Rose in Hut Six at Bletchley Park. She is on the right, facing into the room as she works at an enigma machine

A Suffolk librarian turned author has told the fascinating and personal story of her mother’s secretive role in helping to shorten the Second World War and save countless lives.

Leiston news

(Front row seated) Anthony Ellison, manager from NAFIS, joined Katherine Osbourne and Sam Best, managers of from the Meadow Children’s Centre and Leiston Children’s Centre, Karina Irons, manager of the Waveney Blythe Children's Centre along with Anita Abram, Information Lead Officer from the SCC, and (back row) staff and community parents to award the children's centres with the Families First Accreditation.

Childcare providers in two Suffolk towns have received national recognition for keeping families at the heart of services.

Police accident

The main road in and out of Aldeburgh is to re-open shortly following a serious crash.

Saxmundham news

(Front row seated) Anthony Ellison, manager from NAFIS, joined Katherine Osbourne and Sam Best, managers of from the Meadow Children’s Centre and Leiston Children’s Centre, Karina Irons, manager of the Waveney Blythe Children's Centre along with Anita Abram, Information Lead Officer from the SCC, and (back row) staff and community parents to award the children's centres with the Families First Accreditation.

Childcare providers in two Suffolk towns have received national recognition for keeping families at the heart of services.

Staff and pupils at Benhall school celebrate Christmas in Victorian style

Children and staff at a Suffolk school travelled back in time to celebrate a Dickensian Christmas.

Wickham Market news

Roy Care's lost gold ring with large cubic zirconia worn on his middle finger

A Suffolk woman is desperate to trace a lost piece of jewellery and make this Christmas perfect for her window cleaner husband.

Norman Edwards may be forced to sell off his collection of rare and classic cars because he can't find anywhere to store them.

A classic car enthusiast is facing the unpleasant prospect of parting with his beloved motors unless he can find a suitable place to store them.

Woodbridge news

The Suffolk Canine Creche has a new premises on Sandy Lane in Martlesham.
The dogs have their own themed bedrooms with televisions.
Daisy Duke in the princess room.

People working longer hours has fuelled a surge in demand for ‘doggy day care’, according to one canine creche which is now offering hounds themed bedrooms with televisions.

Roy Care's lost gold ring with large cubic zirconia worn on his middle finger

A Suffolk woman is desperate to trace a lost piece of jewellery and make this Christmas perfect for her window cleaner husband.

Halesworth news

Southwold news

Generic Views of Southwold Harbour.

The first step to decide the future of an iconic harbour in a Suffolk coastal resort has been unveiled.

Residents of Healthcare Homes have helped to make a Christmas quilt. Residents of Oaklands House care home looking at the festive quilt.

People living at a Suffolk residential home got to see the finished incarnation of a giant Christmas quilt they played a key role in creating.

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