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Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

18 November 2019
Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

18 November 2019

Harry Turburville, 13, has represented the town at many events.


Book tells the tale of valley writers

18 November 2019
Book tells the tale of valley writers

Book tells the tale of valley writers

18 November 2019

The book includes writers such as Sir Henry Rider Haggard.


Day of the Dead event is a haunting success

07 November 2019
Day of the Dead event is a haunting success

Day of the Dead event is a haunting success

07 November 2019

The event took place at The Oaksmere.


Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

06 November 2019
Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

06 November 2019

The poppies were hand painted by primary school pupils.


Harleston salon boss Robert Mack set to retire

31 October 2019
Harleston salon boss Robert Mack set to retire

Harleston salon boss Robert Mack set to retire

31 October 2019

He retires after 51 years in the trade.


Harleston antiques arcade ready for TV appearance

29 October 2019
Harleston antiques arcade ready for TV appearance

Harleston antiques arcade ready for TV appearance

29 October 2019

Cornucopia to appear in BBC’s Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.


Diss chip shop to give away free meals on Hallowe'en

28 October 2019
Diss chip shop to give away free meals on Hallowe'en

Diss chip shop to give away free meals on Hallowe'en

28 October 2019

This is the fourth year that the shop has done this for the community.


Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

25 October 2019
Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

25 October 2019

Petition calls for improving services available to people living with breast cancer.


Harleston business wins prestigious award

22 October 2019
Harleston business wins prestigious award

Harleston business wins prestigious award

22 October 2019

The Pods Chocolates was awarded a one-star Great Taste award for its ‘Orange Intense’ dark chocolate truffle.


Community rallies after two dogs hit by car

21 October 2019
Community rallies after two dogs hit by car

Community rallies after two dogs hit by car

21 October 2019

Rambo died at the roadside, while Rose was taken to an emergency vet.


Hoxne author fills gap in the market

21 October 2019
Hoxne author fills gap in the market

Hoxne author fills gap in the market

21 October 2019

New book is a memoir of his life as a reinsurance broker for global company Marsh.


Company engineers new structure ahead of marking 40th year

15 October 2019
Company engineers new structure ahead of marking 40th year

Company engineers new structure ahead of marking 40th year

15 October 2019

Plandescil Ltd has worked for the RNLI, Aspall Cyder/Molson Coors and Banham Zoo among others.


Council loan for LED street lights

11 October 2019
Council loan for LED street lights

Council loan for LED street lights

11 October 2019

It is believed that the council does not intend to increase the council tax precept for this purpose.


Pub owners ready to sell up to enjoy second retirement

10 October 2019
Pub owners ready to sell up to enjoy second retirement

Pub owners ready to sell up to enjoy second retirement

10 October 2019

George and Angie Estcourt, who run the Kings Head, have put the 17th century building on the market.


Heroes praised after pulling man from burning car

10 October 2019
Heroes praised after pulling man from burning car

Heroes praised after pulling man from burning car

10 October 2019

Occold resident is appealing to find the people who risked their lives.


Long-awaited bypass receives £500,000 funding

06 October 2019
Long-awaited bypass receives £500,000 funding

Long-awaited bypass receives £500,000 funding

06 October 2019

A Government announcement confirming funding for 18 new road schemes includes £500,000 for plans for a bypass in Long Stratton.


Stradbroke Library manager 'blown away' by celebratory artwork

05 October 2019
Stradbroke Library manager 'blown away' by celebratory artwork

Stradbroke Library manager 'blown away' by celebratory artwork

05 October 2019

The artwork is to be displayed at Stradbroke Library to celebrate Suffolk Libraries Day.


Eye Community Centre anger after group of children damage pitch

05 October 2019
Eye Community Centre anger after group of children damage pitch

Eye Community Centre anger after group of children damage pitch

05 October 2019

A trustee of Eye Community Centre said she was disgusted by a group of children who have wrecked one of the ground’s football pitches.


Eye playwright’s piece set to go to America

05 October 2019
Eye playwright’s piece set to go to America

Eye playwright’s piece set to go to America

05 October 2019

An Eye writer and former actor has been told a play he co-wrote is to be taken on by an American theatre company.


REVIEW- Jousting at Framlingham

11 August 2017
REVIEW- Jousting at Framlingham

REVIEW- Jousting at Framlingham

11 August 2017

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


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