"I'm sure that our team's success is an inspiration to many other small heritage railway projects around the country."
The former gardener has made the jump after rediscovering one of his first loves during lockdown.
He was heavily involved in the town, helping with the annual carnival and was well known in sporting circles.
February 24 marked 100 years since the birth of a Diss goalkeeper, who would go on to play a little-known part in FA Cup history.
It will be The Sweetie Shop's last day of trading tomorrow.
A protest is to be staged tomorrow, with residents coming together in a statement on local water quality issues.
The youngster was so taken by wildlife photography that he quickly moved on to a professional camera – with some spectacular results.
The 62-year-old, from Roydon, joined the service in 2007 – at a time when all the doctors in the service were volunteers.
The three have been selected to take part in the 25th World Scout Jamboree in South Korea next year – but to get there, the real work starts now.
Since moving to Diss nearly 20 years ago, Roy Aziz has built a reputation as the town’s go-to mobile phone repairman
Basil Abbott give us his take on the Eastern Angles Theatre Company's new production: From Rushmere with Love.
A Diss man has achieved his ambition of singing a Christmas classic after six decades.
Precious pictures of a couple’s wedding day have been discovered in a photo album bought at a Diss charity shop.
Suffolk music superstar Ed Sheeran's prototype guitar for his equals album is up for grabs in an exclusive charity raffle.
A trio of Diss Sixth Form students who organised a charity auction, which included a Scandinavian bread making workshop voucher, have raised £985.