‘Unique’ idea to boost visitors to Harleston
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Councillor takes a sledgehammer to old Eye scout hut
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A shopkeeper in Harleson has proposed to organise a stock clearance sale to help local shops clear out their back rooms and to attract more visitors to the town.
Open days at Billingford Windmill at the weekend turned out to be “brilliant” with a continuous flow of visitors on both Saturday and Sunday.
Local rail operator, Greater Anglia, recently asked me what improvements in their services should be high on the list between now and 2016. Greater Anglia already has new rolling stock as a top priority so this was an opportunity to bang the drum for other improvements.
A ceremonial demolition of the dilapidated scout hut in Eye took place over the weekend, with the town’s county councillor stepping in to swing some hammer blows.
With May 8 VE Day, I thought I’d take a moment to remember my dad and people like him who gave so much for this country to stay free.
Neil Howard, the new mayor of Diss, has said he is looking forward to an exciting year in the town with a number of positive schemes in the pipeline.
Dickleburgh’s Graham Seaman made it two wins in a row in Diss and District Racing Pigeon Club last Saturday, taking victory from St Albans.
Jason Maher has revealed his inability to commit fully to Diss Town left him with no other option than to leave the Brewers Green Lane outfit.
Phil Sharpe has revealed he has left Diss RFC, citing the club’s failure to match his vision for player development as the major factor behind his departure.
After helping Norwich City’s under-18s make history, Cameron King is now looking to follow his idol Wes Hoolahan into the first team.
I’d like to take you back to last August, a time when Norwich City were relegation favourites and everyone was asking:‘what will they do without Lambert?’.
Brandeston Hall’s under-13 boys have been crowned national champions after success at the In2Hockey National Schools finals last Friday.
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“We just want to introduce ourselves.”
The plays follows the lives of four women from the same family over four generations.
A Pentecost sailing party
Artex 13 - a grand art exhibition and sale will be held at Diss Corn Hall tomorrow from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.
A fete to mark 90 years of Dickleburgh Royal British Legion will be held on the playing field tomorrow from noon to 5pm.
A garage sale trail will be held in Palgrave on Sunday from 9am to 2pm. Twenty garages around the village will be open selling all manner of items.
Peter O’Connor, organist of St Andrew’s Church in Hingham and assistant organist at Wymondham Abbey will perform in St Mary’s Church in Diss tomorrow. He will recite works from Bach, Mendelssohn, Buxtehude, Langlais and others.
FRIDAY: Mia Rose Goodwin, 1, of Shreeves Road, Diss, Alexander Norman, 8, of Cyprus Road, Attleborough; Aleisha Blake, 8, of Powell Close, Kenninghall; Emma Neve, 7, of Common Road, Bressingham.
The first public exhibitions on the plans for a £200million power station at Eye Airfield will be held at the town’s community centre today and tomorrow.
A planning application has been submitted to create a new hot food takeaway in Harleston.
TODAY: Sophie Smith, 10, of Hawthorn Close, Diss; Alexander Young, 9, of The Common, Stuston; Callum Moore, 9, of Southolt Road, Bedfield; William Whatling, 9, of Mill Road, Laxfield; Jessica Tooley, 7, of Stradbroke; Tyler Jay Wilby, 6, of Skelton Road, Diss.
How nice that Mid Suffolk District Council, based in faraway Needham Market, should earmark Eye airfield to become a mini-Midlands.
This beautiful and friendly pair came in to Feline Care as their owner no longer wanted them.
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Weather for Diss
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 9 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North