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REVIEW- Jousting at Framlingham

Framlingham Castle brought Medieval times back to life when they hosted a jousting tournament within its protective walls.

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Jane Austen's 'Emma' will be performed outside at The Oaksmere Hotel

Outdoor show to bring Austen to life

The Oaksmere Hotel in Eye will be welcoming back an Essex-based touring theatre company for a celebration of Jane Austen.

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Private Lives will be coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds between September 12-16

Theatre to show Private Lives

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is set for a classic battle of the sexes by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century.

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Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

Girl power got a helping hand today when one of the world's biggest music promoters launched an initiative in to encourage more female UK led bands, solo acts and sound engineers.

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BIG JUMP: Teddy bear parachuting will take place at Billingford Mill on August 19. Photo: Gary Donnison.

Teddy bears to take the plunge as Billingford Mill prepares to open its doors

Teddy bears will take the plunge when one of Norfolk’s historic mills opens its doors later this month.

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Antiques Roadshow is coming to Helmingham Hall, near Stowmarket on Thursday, August 31.

Hall hosts BBC hit roadshow

Owners are dusting off their collectables as the Antiques Roadshow is coming to Helmingham Hall, near Stowmarket, on Thursday, August 31.

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Castleton Brass will compete in the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain in Cheltenham on Sunday, September 17. Submitted photo.

Eye-based Castleton Brass flying the flag for East Anglia as it makes national finals for third straight year

An Eye-based brass band will be flying the flag for East Anglia after it made the finals of a national competition – for the third time in a row.

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Chair of Suffolk Libraries Board Tony Brown signing the contract extension with Abdul Razal, Suffolk County Councils Director of Public Health and Protection.From left: Sylvia Knights, Vice Chair of Suffolk Libraries; Colin Rockall, Suffolk Libraries Board member; Tony Brown, Chair of Suffolk Libraries; Abdul Razaq, Suffolk County Councils Director of Public Health and Protection and Suffolk County Councillor Tony Goldson, Cabinet Member for Health.

Suffolk Libraries extends contract to provide county’s library service for another five years

Suffolk Libraries has extended its contract with Suffolk County Council to run the county’s library service for another five years.

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ITV reporter Malcolm Roberston. Submitted picture.

ITV Anglia reporter to open Eye event

ITV Anglia reporter Malcolm Robertson will open Eye Family Fun Day on August 27.

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MDEP-30-07-2017-026 Old Buckenham Airshow Boeing B-17 Sally B

PICTURES: Aerial acrobatics and dazzling displays as record numbers visit Old Buckenham Airshow

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The first ever Diss Brocante was held in April 2016.

Bag a bargain when Diss Brocante returns

Diss will take a step back in time – with some French influence – as its Brocante vintage market returns on Saturday, August 19.

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Fersfield, Norfolk. St Andrews Church, Fersfield. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

‘Unique’ experience with internationally-renowned musicians in Fersfield next month

A pair on internationally-renowned musicians who have recently made Fersfield their home are to give local youngsters a rare and unique experience next month.

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Diss Fest, in Diss Park. Mussa The Messiah performs.

PICTURES: Workshops, music, comedy and art descends on town for Diss Fest 2017

Workshops, music and entertainment dominated Diss in tricky weather conditions for this year’s Diss Fest at the weekend.

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Sheepdogs of all shapes and sizes will be pitting their paws against each other to become National English Champion 2017

Haughley Park on the hunt for top dog

English Sheepdogs from across the country will battle it out in Haughley Park, near Stowmarket for three days of trials to be crowned English National Champion 2017.

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Dissfest will make its return on July 21 to 23.

Dissfest to return with comedy, arts and music

Dissfest will be making a return next weekend and will be hosting a range of events for all ages.

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A new art exhibition featuring a thousand paper cranes is in its final stages pictured are Margaret Griffiths, Ian Carstairs and Lesley Rock with some of the paper cranes called "Flight of a thousand cranes" as part of the UN international day of peace 21st September.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Harleston prepares for Flight of a Thousand Cranes installation

Harleston is preparing for 1,000 paper cranes as a new art installation approaches its final stages. The cranes will be on display from the rafters of St John’s Church.

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Pupils from Debenham High School perform The Tempest at Crow's Hall. PICTURE: CHRISTOPHER GROVER.

Debenham High School delivers music and drama to Crow’s Hall

Debenham High School said farewell to its Year 11 musicians at its Summer Music Concert last Friday and Saturday.

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MDEP-05-07-2017-008 Artist Karen Harper with her Art. Her new book is called Spring Secret.

Diss-based illustrator publishes first adult colouring book

Illustrator Karen Harper is helping to “relax people” by adding a splash of colour to their lives with her new adult colouring book.

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Clean Bandit performing their High Lodge gig as part of Forest Live 2017 in Thetford Forest

REVIEW- Clean Bandit at Thetford Forest

Clean Bandit took to the stage as the sun began to set to close the Forest Live gigs in Thetford Forest for 2017.

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Diss, Norfolk. Heritage Triangle in Diss -   Heritage Triangle in Diss - Corn Hall on St Nicholas Street

Fresh faces at Diss Corn Hall Trust

The chairman of the Diss Corn Hall Trust has welcomed five new fresh faces – and says he is hoping for a more ‘evenly balanced’ and younger board in the future.

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