Snape Maltings’ rich food and drink heritage is set to continue to evolve and grow when Aldeburgh Music takes over ownership in the next few weeks.
Snape Maltings, which rose from the ashes after a fire in the 1960s to become one of the world’s top concert destinations, has been sold.
Survey responses from a Suffolk town at the centre of a heated housing campaign have shown support for new homes – of a certain sort.
The library came to life in the playground of a Suffolk school today.
A public vote on a blueprint aiming to shape the future of a Suffolk town may not take place until the autumn.
Work on a new 165-acre nature reserve on the east coast will start this spring after community leaders yesterday granted planning permission.
An alleged rogue trader accused of doing work to the roof of a bungalow belonging to a Suffolk couple in their 80s without their agreement has claimed they asked him to do the work.
The son of a Suffolk couple in their 80s who were the victims of an alleged rogue trader has described receiving a “distraught” telephone call from his mother after a man started doing work on their roof they hadn’t agreed to.
A woman was been taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm and rib after falling from a horse.
The expansion of a monthly market in east Suffolk has been taken as an encouraging sign that the village hosting it is recovering after a period of economic decline.
Transport user groups have called for more train services in Suffolk after new footfall statistics showed increase at stations across the region.
From broody compositions to sun-kissed scenes – an exhibition of photographs currently on display at a Suffolk library has a bit of everything to offer.
A host of big names have been announced for the 10th edition of Latitude Festival.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Portishead, alt-J, Manic Street Preachers, Alan Davies and Jason Manford will play the music and comedy stages at this year’s Latitude.
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