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Solo Housing’s new chief executive aims to continue charity’s legacy

24 August 2017
Solo Housing’s new chief executive aims to continue charity’s legacy

Solo Housing’s new chief executive aims to continue charity’s legacy

24 August 2017

The new chief executive of a housing charity has pledged to do whatever she can to meet the needs of homeless people in the area.


Fersfield hosts pitch perfect music camp

23 August 2017
Fersfield hosts pitch perfect music camp

Fersfield hosts pitch perfect music camp

23 August 2017

St Andrew’s Church was filled with orchestral sounds as a music camp day took place in Fersfield on Monday.


Diss pubs unite to raise money for injured Sam James

22 August 2017
Diss pubs unite to raise money for injured Sam James

Diss pubs unite to raise money for injured Sam James

22 August 2017

Three pubs in Diss have united to help raised money for Sam James – a 19-year-old badly injured in a swimming accident.


Diss fire crew avoids cat-astrophe as feline gets stuck 50ft up a tree in Roydon

21 August 2017
Diss fire crew avoids cat-astrophe as feline gets stuck 50ft up a tree in Roydon

Diss fire crew avoids cat-astrophe as feline gets stuck 50ft up a tree in Roydon

21 August 2017

A fire crew from Diss attempted a tree-mendous rescue after a pet cat in Roydon became stuck up a 70ft tree.


Diss farming business digs deep for charity

21 August 2017
Diss farming business digs deep for charity

Diss farming business digs deep for charity

21 August 2017

Frontier Agriculture, in Diss, have harvested £2,086 for St Nicholas Hospice Care – a charity looking after people experiencing long-term or life-threatening conditions, death, dying and bereavement.


The Scole Inn sold to become Verve hotel

18 August 2017
The Scole Inn sold to become Verve hotel

The Scole Inn sold to become Verve hotel

18 August 2017

The Scole Inn has been sold and is set to become a Verve Hotel later this year.


Meet the man visiting all of Norfolk’s village signs

18 August 2017
Meet the man visiting all of Norfolk’s village signs

Meet the man visiting all of Norfolk’s village signs

18 August 2017

Summer is a time for going on holiday, visiting beaches and relaxing – but not for Andrew Tullett. He plans to spend his summer photographing every village sign in Norfolk.


The Burston Crown to host second Waveney Valley Sausage Contest

16 August 2017
The Burston Crown to host second Waveney Valley Sausage Contest

The Burston Crown to host second Waveney Valley Sausage Contest

16 August 2017

The Burston Crown pub will once again play host to the Waveney Valley Sausage Contest on August 27.


Scrivens launches free eyesight tests for children in Diss

16 August 2017
Scrivens launches free eyesight tests for children in Diss

Scrivens launches free eyesight tests for children in Diss

16 August 2017

With the summer holidays in full swing, Scrivens Opticians and Hearing Care in Diss has called on parents to get their children’s eyes tested for free.


Openreach announces date to fix Brome’s fallen wires

16 August 2017
Openreach announces date to fix Brome’s fallen wires

Openreach announces date to fix Brome’s fallen wires

16 August 2017

BT Openreach have begun to take action to put up new cables, after they were pulled down almost 11 months ago.


Mendlesham Summer Festival prepares for toe-tapping jazz

16 August 2017
Mendlesham Summer Festival prepares for toe-tapping jazz

Mendlesham Summer Festival prepares for toe-tapping jazz

16 August 2017

The Mendlesham Summer Festival will return for its eighth year this Sunday at the Church of St Mary.


Children can enjoy summer with playdays at Gissing Children’s Centre

16 August 2017
Children can enjoy summer with playdays at Gissing Children’s Centre

Children can enjoy summer with playdays at Gissing Children’s Centre

16 August 2017

With the newly redecorated Gissing Children’s Centre opening its doors, children now have the chance to spend their summer enjoying the centre’s playdays and playschemes


Park Alive fills the air with music in Diss

16 August 2017
Park Alive fills the air with music in Diss

Park Alive fills the air with music in Diss

16 August 2017

Crowds gathered in Diss on Saturday to enjoy an evening of musical entertainment at Park Alive.


Enjoy fur and feathers at the Eye Family Fun Day

16 August 2017
Enjoy fur and feathers at the Eye Family Fun Day

Enjoy fur and feathers at the Eye Family Fun Day

16 August 2017

Looking for a fun day out for all the family? Then the free Eye Family Fun Day 2017 on August 27 has you covered.


Harleston slimmer’s 6st 9lbs success story

15 August 2017
Harleston slimmer’s 6st 9lbs success story

Harleston slimmer’s 6st 9lbs success story

15 August 2017

A year can make a big difference, and for Lucy Oram it had made 6st 9lbs of difference – as she is named Harleston’s Slimming World ‘Woman of the Year’ 2017.


Clare’s Game: Charity football match smashes fundraising target

15 August 2017
Clare’s Game: Charity football match smashes fundraising target

Clare’s Game: Charity football match smashes fundraising target

15 August 2017

Scole turned purple on Sunday as a charity football match in memory of a Wortham woman who died earlier this year smashed its target – raising £2,200 and counting.


Diss student celebrates Prince’s Trust success

14 August 2017
Diss student celebrates Prince’s Trust success

Diss student celebrates Prince’s Trust success

14 August 2017

A Diss student and eight others from across East Anglia have banded together and completed their Prince’s Trust programme .


Attleborough residents concerned over poultry factory odour

14 August 2017
Attleborough residents concerned over poultry factory odour

Attleborough residents concerned over poultry factory odour

14 August 2017

Residents in Attleborough have voiced their concerns at a town council meeting over odour believed to be emanating from a poultry factory in the town.


Breckland council launches public consultation on Attleborough’s 4,000 new homes

14 August 2017
Breckland council launches public consultation on Attleborough’s 4,000 new homes

Breckland council launches public consultation on Attleborough’s 4,000 new homes

14 August 2017

With Attleborough set to explode in size with 4,000 new homes, Breckland Council have launched a public consultation.


‘Emotional’ farewell to Diss Boots employee of 43 years

12 August 2017
‘Emotional’ farewell to Diss Boots employee of 43 years

‘Emotional’ farewell to Diss Boots employee of 43 years

12 August 2017

For almost 44 years the aisles of Boots pharmacy in Diss have been Diane Ruddock’s livelihood – but now she bids an “emotional” farewell as she has decided it is time to leave..


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