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Villagers put on extraordinary corgi display to honour Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Villagers put on extraordinary corgi display to honour Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Villagers put on extraordinary corgi display to honour Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Dozens of cut out corgis were displayed outside of St Peter's Church last weekend to mark the Platinum Jubilee celebrations


Shock as painting hung up at family home for 60 years worth up to £50,000

Shock as painting hung up at family home for 60 years worth up to £50,000

Shock as painting hung up at family home for 60 years worth up to £50,000

The painting, by 19th century French painter Jean Victor Louis Faure, had hung up at an unsuspecting family's home for almost six decades


Radio station given blue plaque for efforts during Covid

Radio station given blue plaque for efforts during Covid

Radio station given blue plaque for efforts during Covid

Volunteers at the Diss-based broadcaster have been the latest to receive a blue plaque for their work during the pandemic


Fundraisers auction off props from hit BBC series to pay for new community hall

Fundraisers auction off props from hit BBC series to pay for new community hall

Fundraisers auction off props from hit BBC series to pay for new community hall

Items featured in hit TV drama Detectorists, which was filmed in a local community hall, have been auctioned off to pay for its replacement


Ed Sheeran releases music video filmed in Ukraine ahead of Russian invasion

Ed Sheeran releases music video filmed in Ukraine ahead of Russian invasion

Ed Sheeran releases music video filmed in Ukraine ahead of Russian invasion

Suffolk star Ed Sheeran has released a music video filmed in Ukraine's capital last year, with proceeds set to be donated to a humanitarian appeal.


Boxing champion pays visit to sports bar

Boxing champion pays visit to sports bar

Boxing champion pays visit to sports bar

The former British, Commonwealth and World cruiserweight champion hopes the bar, named in his honour, could inspire the next generation of stars


Record shop owner strikes gold after discovering extremely rare blues album

Record shop owner strikes gold after discovering extremely rare blues album

Record shop owner strikes gold after discovering extremely rare blues album

William Porteous has struck gold after finding an extremely rare blues album in a box-full of old records


TV astronomer solves 100 Rubik's cubes in one sitting

TV astronomer solves 100 Rubik's cubes in one sitting

TV astronomer solves 100 Rubik's cubes in one sitting

Mark Thompson solved 100 cubes in just 10 hours during a charity fundraiser for Ukraine


Boxing legend visits new bar to be named in his honour

Boxing legend visits new bar to be named in his honour

Boxing legend visits new bar to be named in his honour

"It is very humbling and I am keen to support it in every way I can."


Ed Sheeran wins High Court copyright battle over Shape Of You

Ed Sheeran wins High Court copyright battle over Shape Of You

Ed Sheeran wins High Court copyright battle over Shape Of You

Suffolk star Ed Sheeran's 2017 hit Shape Of You does not infringe another artist’s copyright, a High Court judge has ruled.


Bressingham singer-songwriter turns his focus to global affairs in new single

Bressingham singer-songwriter turns his focus to global affairs in new single

Bressingham singer-songwriter turns his focus to global affairs in new single

Robin Shaw’s latest song addresses issues from Brexit and Vladimir Putin to climate change and the coronavirus pandemic


Artist’s delight as work is displayed across London

Artist’s delight as work is displayed across London

Artist’s delight as work is displayed across London

Lisa Henshall's work has been seen by more than 20 million people after it was selected as the centrepiece of a London art fair


Exhibition hopes for 'chat' about controversial issues

Exhibition hopes for 'chat' about controversial issues

Exhibition hopes for 'chat' about controversial issues

The exhibition is open to the public until March 26.


Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Primary school finish designing a giant T-Rex sculpture to go on display across county this summer

Since the autumn term pupils have been busy painting the sculpture, which had been donated to them by a nearby opticians


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