A flower festival with more than 30 arrangements and live music is being held in a north Suffolk town this weekend.
You may already know that your grandmother was an active, or even militant, campaigner, but if not, you may find clues as to her political opinions on her 1911 census form (or lack of it!) It’s rare, but not unheard of, for male sympathisers to also show themselves on 1911 census schedules.
South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band is a major contributor to the cultural life of the area, taking part in aabout30 concerts a year and raising many thousands of pounds for charity.
The rising superpower expected to boast the world’s biggest economy by 2016 has been one of the topics studied by Reception pupils at Dennington Primary School this school year.
Fostering Fortnight continues this week in Suffolk, with a drive to recruit potential foster carers for children of all ages, but particularly teenagers and sibling groups.
The location of this grand-looking house (above right) has south Norfolk historian Dennis Cross stumped.
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.
The Bluebell and Lavender classes at Attleborough Infant School have enjoyed dressing up as their favourite superheroes this year, as well as creating their own characters.
More than £200 was raised by Framlingham schoolchildren for the RSPCA.
A Fair Trade stall will be selling goods in a north Suffolk town this Saturday to mark World Fair Trade Day.
The final event of the Super Doo Pah charity project in north Suffolk takes place this Saturday.
Bedding and vegetable plants will be on sale at a horticultural society’s annual plant sale.
A black and white cat which answers to the name of Severus has gone missing.
Michael Burton of Diss came into the Diss Express office after seeing the photo of the 1st Eye Scout Group in the paper on April 19.
When he was a teenager Chris Burnard was lead guitarist and vocalist for a band called Impact, which was featured in July 1978, in the Diss Express.
They have been learning about dinosaurs, dressing up as superheroes, and spend just as much time outside of the classroom as they do in it.
Betty Murton of Diss got in touch with the Diss Express through her daughter after seeing this photo of mothers with their babies and toddlers in the Diss Express.
In full regalia, three members of the American West entourage visited Bressingham Primary School last month.
Firefighters were called to a grass fire in Attleborough yesterday evening.
A new footpath which will link Diss Railway Station and Nelson Road has been approved by South Norfolk Council.
An application to build three micro turbines in Shelfanger has been given the green light by South Norfolk Council.
After months of waiting for the outcome of funding sources, Recreation for All in Tasburgh this week finally officially opened its new toddler equipment.
An Edwardian bath and basin with Royal links will be under the hammer at TW Gaze’s sale in Diss today.
An application to build two micro turbines in Roydon has been approved by South Norfolk Council with conditions.
A re-use and recycling event will be held in Harleston on Wednesday.
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Weather for Diss
Sunday 26 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 8 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: South west