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New member for Diss Town Council

New member for Diss Town Council

New member for Diss Town Council

19 November 2019

Jim Welch becomes the 12th member of the council.


Village war memorial unveiled more than 100 years after end of First World War

Village war memorial unveiled more than 100 years after end of First World War

Village war memorial unveiled more than 100 years after end of First World War

19 November 2019

Burston's war memorial commemorates the eight men from the village who lost their lives.


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

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

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.


Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

Ofsted gives top grades to ‘superb’ village pre-school

18 November 2019

Report praised staff for carefully planning and providing a high-quality curriculum.


‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

‘School’s closure would destroy heart of the village’

15 November 2019

Parents have raised their objections over the proposed closure of a primary school.


Internationally-renowned artist helps raise funds for village hall

Internationally-renowned artist helps raise funds for village hall

Internationally-renowned artist helps raise funds for village hall

15 November 2019

Thousands of pounds are still needed for refurbishments.


VIDEO: Hundreds pay their respects to the fallen

VIDEO: Hundreds pay their respects to the fallen

VIDEO: Hundreds pay their respects to the fallen

15 November 2019

The parade through the town saw many organisations and groups participate.


Students’ successful litter pick

Students’ successful litter pick

Students’ successful litter pick

13 November 2019

Forty Diss High School students took part.


Cyclathon future uncertain as organisers step down

Cyclathon future uncertain as organisers step down

Cyclathon future uncertain as organisers step down

13 November 2019

It will not go ahead next year unless new organisers come forward.


Rachael ready to help others after losing 4½ stone

Rachael ready to help others after losing 4½ stone

Rachael ready to help others after losing 4½ stone

11 November 2019

Her classes will launch next week.


MEMORY LANE: An expression which says ‘What am I doing here?’

MEMORY LANE: An expression which says ‘What am I doing here?’

MEMORY LANE: An expression which says ‘What am I doing here?’

11 November 2019

Do you recognise anyone?


Gruelling tuk-tuk challenge across Sri Lanka in memory of sister Susy

Gruelling tuk-tuk challenge across Sri Lanka in memory of sister Susy

Gruelling tuk-tuk challenge across Sri Lanka in memory of sister Susy

09 November 2019

Quartet travels 777km on self-funded rickshaw run.


Long Stratton woman's pledge to launch mobile dementia service

Long Stratton woman's pledge to launch mobile dementia service

Long Stratton woman's pledge to launch mobile dementia service

09 November 2019

Nicola King was inspired by the care her mother received at hospital.


New café set to open in Harleston

New café set to open in Harleston

New café set to open in Harleston

08 November 2019

It offers an integrated and protective work environment for adults with learning difficulties.


Biker Steve’s close shave for charity

Biker Steve’s close shave for charity

Biker Steve’s close shave for charity

08 November 2019

Steve Heffer chopped off his hair for Cancer Research UK.


Church seeks nominations for people who would appreciate a Christmas gift

Church seeks nominations for people who would appreciate a Christmas gift

Church seeks nominations for people who would appreciate a Christmas gift

07 November 2019

Last year’s gifts included luxury food hampers, vouchers for days out and even a foot spa.


Day of the Dead event is a haunting success

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.


Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

07 November 2019

They chose to support Mental Health UK in memory of brother Darin.


Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

Vandals strike at commemorative poppy display

06 November 2019

The poppies were hand painted by primary school pupils.


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