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JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly round-up (May 19-26)

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Burston, Norfolk. Strike School trustees and special guests pictured outside Burston Stroke School which marks it's 100th anniversary. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Niece of strike leader helps mark centenary of Burston Strike School opening

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Committee is ‘pulling out all the stops’ for this year’s Diss Carnival

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Diss Organ Festival. Photo: Diss Town Council.

PICTURES: As many as 8,000 thought to have visited Diss as mechanical marvels dominate town in organ festival

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Black brings timeless jazz back to Quay

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COMPETITION- Win tickets to see Elbow at Thetford Forest

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Festival artists for upcoming festival

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Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds hosts Secret Garden

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Ed Balls at the apex

Ed’s show strictly speaks at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

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PICTURES: As many as 8,000 thought to have visited Diss as mechanical marvels dominate town in organ festival

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Burgate Singers

Burgate Singers going full circle in anniversary

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Burston, Norfolk. 100 years since the first Burston Strike School Rally around the village by school children of the Primary School

Centenary of Burston Strike School commemorated with new folk song

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Bob Kerr And His Whoopee Band.

Long-running jazz festival on final push towards debut in Debenham

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Ed Sheeran. Photo: SWNS

Ed Sheeran rules out performance at Framlingham Castle

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REVIEW: Sister Act, Theatre Royal Norwich

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A scene from The Woman In Black by Susan Hill @ Fortune Theatre. Directed by Robin Herford
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REVIEW: The Woman In Black, Theatre Royal Norwich

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Burston, Norfolk. Strike School trustees and special guests pictured outside Burston Stroke School which marks it's 100th anniversary. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Niece of strike leader helps mark centenary of Burston Strike School opening

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Tasburgh, Norfolk. Archaeological test pits are being dug in gardens around Tasburgh as part of Imagined Land, a two-year archaeology project looking into the ancient history of the village. pictured from left Jill Casson, Jenny Press, Samantha Best and Alex Bjorkegren digging a test pit in the garden of Claire and Nigel Best.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Tasburgh community digs up gardens to aid search for village’s secrets of history

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Tour of Britain 2015 rides through Norfolk.

Tour of Britain road cycling race to ride through Eye and Framlingham

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Beers, Bikes and Bands Festival at The Burston Crown.

‘Busiest day ever’ at Burston Crown as beers, bikes and bands festival raises £4,000

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