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Aldeburgh news

East Anglian Group of Marine Artists exhibition at Thompson’s Gallery, in Aldeburgh. A Harbour in the Gulf of Morbihan by Kenneth Denton.

A Suffolk gallery is set to host work by the East Anglian Group of Marine Artists for the second time.

The Pump Street Bakery in Orford received a mention from  local director Mat Kirkby at the Oscars during his acceptance speech.Jo Brennan at the bakery.

An Oscar winning film writer has returned to the Suffolk cafe that he referenced in his acceptance speech – and brought his statuette along with him!

Framlingham news

Framlingham College's cabaret performance

Students at an independent school in east Suffolk attempted to recreate the glitz and glamour of the West End during their recent annual cabaret performance.

Alex and Naomi Tarry of Best of Suffolk.

Holiday lets business Best of Suffolk has reported a 30% increase in Easter bookings compared with last year.

Leiston news

Concerns over impact on nearby Leiston Abbey

Proposals to redevelop a no-longer-profitable holiday park with housing are set to go ahead, despite objections from community leaders.

County councillor Graham Newman addressing the TEAGS meeting. Photo: Gordon McInnes/TEAGS PLEASE CREDIT PHOTOGRAPHER

Fresh calls have been made for EDF Energy to “substantially alter” its proposals for transport and workers’ accommodation should Sizewell C nuclear power station be built.

Saxmundham news

Andy and Carol Wright who have moved into the Old Chequers Inn at Friston which they are to re-open in the village.

The new landlords of a village pub in Suffolk have thanked the community for campaigning to save the building from the threat of housing.

Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin visited Andrew Harston, Director Shortsea of ABP, during a tour of Ipswich Haven Marina.

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin got a first-hand look at the problems facing villagers on the A12 in Suffolk as he travelled from Ipswich to Lowestoft.

Wickham Market news

The new Ufford Recreation Ground playpark was officially opened on Saturday, 21 March by Polly Durrant, committee member for the park, Catherine Barrett, 9, Suffolk Coastal District Cllr Richard Kerry, design competition winner Lauren Barrett, 7, Sophie Barrett, 11, and Ufford Parrish Council's Deputy Chair Jane Hawthorne.

Children, parents and community leaders have celebrated the completion of an “impressive” new play area in an east Suffolk village.

Pupils at Easton Primary School created homemade Easter bonnets.

The last day of term came with added excitement at one Suffolk school, where pupils lined up to show off their finest festive headgear for the annual Easter bonnet parade.

Woodbridge news

Police were called to the accident

Emergency services were called to a single vehicle collision on an exit road of the A14 this evening.

Troops taking part in the training exercise.

Airborne engineers based in Suffolk have been blowing up obstacles on the way towards a closer relationship with their American counterparts.

Halesworth news

Southwold news

Fergus Fitzgerald, head brewer at Adnams, with Richard Burhouse, managing director of the Magic Rock Brewing Company, and Stuart Ross, head brewer at Magic Rock.

EADT/EDP Top100 company Adnams has unveiled its latest collaboration beer, produced in partnership with the Magic Rock Brewing Co based near Huddersfield.

Jonathan Adnams, chairman of Southwold-based Adnams.

Southwold-based Adnams today announced increased annual sales and profits, and confirmed a £7.5million investment in its brewing and distilling operations.

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