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High praise from Suffolk High Sheriff as The Bank, Eye, looks ahead to 2018 after reopening

Suffolk’s High Sheriff arrived at The Bank in Eye to deliver some high praise on Tuesday – as the community resource looks ahead to 2018 after reopening.

Hartismere Place, Eye.

Eye care home to open doors and spread Christmas cheer on Friday

The residents at Hartismere Place in Eye will be spreading the festive feeling with a Christmas Fayre on Friday.

The Christmas Street Market in Harleston takes place on Saturday, December 2. Submitted photo.

Stress-free shopping and family fun on offer as Christmas Street Market and lights switch-on returns to Harleston

Stress-free Christmas shopping, with fun for all of the family, will be on offer in Harleston as the festive season edges ever closer.

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‘Bigger, better and brighter’ planned for Diss for Saturday’s big switch-on extravaganza

One of the organisers behind Saturday’s Christmas lights switch-on has promised a festive event like no other the town of Diss has ever seen.

Rock band Walkway, from Redgrave.

Walkway drafted in to support rock legends Status Quo in Norwich next week

Redgrave rockers Walkway have been drafted in to support legends Status Quo when they take to the stage in Norwich next week.

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Diss Express area ready to remember the fallen with Remembrance events this weekend

Communities across the region are preparing to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice with Remembrance events.

The cast of Hedda Gabler

Review: Hedda Gabler, Norwich Theatre Royal

Hedda Gabler, Theatre Royal Norwich

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Plans to provide new library in Eye progressing well

A new chapter is set to be written in Eye – with plans for a new library said to be progressing well.

Cartoonist Mike Webb is holding an exhibition at the Corn Hall in November.

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Artist Mike Webb pencilled in for a brush with the public with Diss Corn Hall exhibition

Artist Mike Webb is hoping his first exhibition at the recently-renovated Diss Corn Hall will be a big draw.

Blackthorpe Barn

Culture: Make it a Blackthorpe Barn Christmas for 2017

There’s a magical treat in store every year when the heavy oak doors of Blackthorpe Barn swing open to reveal a unique Christmas experience.

Tom Chambers stars in Crazy for You

Review: Lack of Flack no problem for Crazy For You

Crazy For You, Theatre Royal Norwich

Theatre and Comedy
Graphics are awesome as you can see with this modelling of Dave Batista

Console Corner: WWE 2K18 review

Gargantuan and addictive.

Beautiful, The Carole King Musical

REVIEW: Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, Theatre Royal Norwich

It is a near sell out week at the Theatre Royal as we enjoy this high-profile show which has taken the world by storm since the first performance in 2014.

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The Little Mermaid, Northern Ballet

Review: The Little Mermaid, Norwich Theatre Royal

Review: The Little Mermaid, Northern Ballet, Theatre Royal Norwich

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McDonalds logo.

Picture Mark Westley

Scole Parish Council objects to McDonald’s bid at ‘accident hotspot’

Scole Parish Council has objected to a proposal to bring McDonald’s to the Diss Express area over highway concerns.

Damian Conway, Director of Dipple and Conway Opticians (left), celebrates the success of Cats Eyes ale with Martin Green, Fundraising Manager of childrens charity Break. Picture: Newsmakers.

Cheers! Diss opticians’ glasses to glasses initiative is a barrel of fun – and raises charity cash

It was a case of ‘cheers’ 14,500 times over after a local optician’s handed over a huge cheque for charity.

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Exhibit explores the past of Diss

The recently renovated Corn Hall in Diss’s Heritage Triangle has opened an exhibition exploring the town’s past and present.

Cast of the New Eye Threatre Company prepare for two performed readings, to take place at Abbey Hall in Eye on Sunday, September 16. Photo: Al Pulford Photography.

Former Jonathan Creek actor among the cast as New Eye Theatre Company returns this weekend

Some well-known faces will tread the boards in North Suffolk on Sunday as the New Eye Theatre Company returns with two performed readings.

The Prisoner of Zenda was performed by Suffolk Summer Theatres

REVIEW- The Prisoner of Zenda at Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

What an amusing and entertaining this blood thirsty number turned out to be. As the plot thickens the short, sharp comic lines escalate. Despite the small house the audience acknowledged this wit with plenty of chuckles.

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Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Group cooking up free classes for beginners in Harleston

A Harleston group has cooked up free classes for those who perhaps don’t have the skill of a Gordon Ramsay or a Delia Smith in the kitchen – yet.

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