Family pays tribute to Wetheringsett man killed in A140 crash who “lived life to the full”

A family has paid tribute to a “unique soul” who “lived life to the full” who was killed in a road accident at Little Stonham earlier this month.

Her Majesty the Queen meets Syne Quan Non directors and other guests during a reception inside Buckingham Palace for the Queens Award winners in 2009. Picture credit: Press Association.

Diss biometrics firm Syne Qua Non wins prestigious Queen’s Award for Innovation

A Diss-based biometrics firm has earned the UK’s most prestigious accolade for business innovation, in recognition of its service which helps trials of new medical treatments.

Framingham, Suffolk. Kelly Goody, a freelance personal trainer from Framlingham, is running the London Marathon for Meningitis Research Foundation, inspired by her younger brother Martyn, who died from the disease when they were only children. 


Family tragedy and depression inspires Framlingham mum’s London Marathon run

A Framlingham trainer running the London Marathon for the first time this weekend says she hopes to help the battle against meningitis, and put personal ‘demons’ to rest.

Man dies in A140 crash

Man dies in crash on A140 at Little Stonham

A man has died after a crash on the A140 at Little Stonham at the weekend.

The scene of the crash in Bressingham on Monday, April 10. Photo: Norfolk Police.

Man suffers suspected broken leg in A1066 road crash in Bressingham

A man was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on Monday night after a crash on the A1066 in Bressingham.

Man suffers leg injury in Scole accident

Man suffers leg injury in Scole accident

A man was hospitalised after a crash on the A1066 in Scole on Saturday night.

Scene of the crash in Pulham Market, where three teenagers died. Picture: SWNS.

PULHAM CRASH: Tributes continue to pour in to three teenagers killed in road accident

The community has continued to pay tribute to the three teenagers who died in a road crash in Pulham Market on Wednesday night.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt

West Suffolk Hospital praised by health secretary

West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (WSFT) staff have been congratulated by the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, for the trust’s ‘exceptional performance’.

Diss Ambulance Station

Fresh fears over future of Diss Ambulance Station

There are fresh fears over the future of Diss’s ambulance station after the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) announced plans to remodel its facilities.

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Hayley Upson and Katrin Bavin are running the 2017 London Marathon to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Diss restaurant owner and PE teacher to run London Marathon for Prostate Cancer UK

Runners Katrina Bavin and Hayley Upson say if you are going to through the trials and tribulations of running the London Marathon, it should be for something close to your heart.

Jenny Townsend, centre, from Teenage Cancer Trust with Kevin Cook, Left, Peter George, and Teresa Bridgeman. Photo: Keith Mindham Photography.

‘Heartbroken’ Gislingham engineer who lost his teenage son to cancer wants his memory to live on through fundraising

A ‘heartbroken’ engineer who lost his teenage son to cancer has thanked supporters for a tremendous start to a year of fundraising in his memory.

Crash in Withersdale Street

Woman and man hospitalised after car and lorry crash in Withersdale Street

Two people were taken to hospital after a car and lorry were involved in a crash in Withersdale Street on Tuesday evening.

Jane Rackley, of Bressingham, lost nearly 5st after joining the Slimming World group in Roydon. Submitted photo.

Bressingham woman is village’s ‘biggest loser’ — and could be set for a big gain in national competition

A Bressingham lady’s huge loss could result in a big gain — after shedding nearly five stone.

Care home survey sings high praises of De Lucy House in Diss

Care home survey sings high praises of De Lucy House in Diss

A Diss care home is celebrating after being rated the most popular facility of its kind in East Anglia in a nationwide survey of care home residents, families and friends.

A man, believed to be in his 80s, was taken to hospital after falling in Diss.

Elderly man hospitalised after fall in Diss

An elderly man has been taken to hospital after falling in Diss yesterday.


Pair hospitalised after A140 crash near Brome

A driver and passenger were taken to Ipswich Hospital after a crash on the A140 yesterday afternoon.

St Mary's C of E Junior Academy Long stratton is hosting a Healthy Habits event for parents and pupils, in partnership with South Norfolk Council, to promote healthy living.

Long Stratton launches ‘Healthy Habits’ scheme aimed at tackling childhood obesity

A new health initiative intent on helping tackle childhood obesity has launched in Long Stratton, after statistics had revealed this area contained the highest levels of obesity in south Norfolk.

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23,000 birds were culled at Bridge Farm near Redgrave after a bird flu outbreak

Redgrave bird flu outbreak restriction zones eased

The bird flu protection zone around Redgrave was lifted at 4.30pm today by Defra.

Train and Tractor crash at Roudham

Tractor driver seriously injured in Roudham train crash was given permission to cross by possibly fatigued signaller

A tractor which was hit by a train travelling at nearly 90mph in Roudham was given permission to cross the tracks by a possibly fatigued signaller.

Trish and Gerry Wilson.

Pulham Market couple’s lives ‘transformed’ by pair of South Norfolk Council grants

The wife of a Pulham Market dementia sufferer says the pair of council grants they have received have been a “godsend” which changed their lives.

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