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Culture: A friendly premiére

A world premiere and a performance by a young soloist from Culford School are on the programme of the Bury Friendly Orchestra’s upcoming concert.

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C Strings

Culture: Meet the music makers

Michael Apichella enjoys the sounds of The C Strings, an ensemble with a difference

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Slow cookers can be life-savers if you have a busy lifestyle

Culture: Food with Casa del Mar's Maria Broadbent - Slowly does it

Casa del Mar’s Maria Broadbent gives us a heads up on making life a little easier

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Paddy and Scott's cafe in Bury St Edmunds

Culture: Food and drink - A trusty brew and good for the planet, says Scott Russell from Paddy and Scott's

Are you a coffee pioneer? Do you seek the ultimate brew?

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Matthew Fletcher

Culture: Music from a maestro

He’s appeared with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Danielle De Niese, played at Wigmore Hall and Glyndebourne, but now pianist  Matthew Fletcher bring his talents to his home town to play at Suffolk Sinfonia’s spring concert. Debbie Rodman discovers how this award-winning pianist was born with music in his veins.

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The One Bull - open once more

Culture: Food with editor Barry Peters - Taking the Bull by the horns

Like a phoenix from the ashes, The One Bull has re-opened its doors after being licked by the flames of disaster and, as Barry Peters reports, is back to doing what it does best
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Uncle Funk & The Boogie Wonderband

Culture: Let's get funky, man!

Expect flamboyance, slick dance moves and much more when the irrepressible Uncle Funk & the Boogie Wonderband return to Haverhill Arts Centre. Peter Mann finds out why they blame it on the boogie
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Around the World in 80 Days

Review: Around the World in 80 Day, Theatre Royal Norwich

Around The World in 80 Days, 
Theatre Royal Norwich

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A Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children will perform in Suffolk later this month  inviting audiences to experience an encounter with God.

Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children invites audience to ‘encounter with God’ in Stradbroke

A Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children will perform in Suffolk later this month – inviting audiences to experience an “encounter with God”.

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Nicola Miller's vegetable soup

Culture: Nicola Miller says it's January - and that means it's time for a great soup

Yes, it’s January, a time for resolutions, and yes this is a soup but it is not a diet soup or a detox soup or a bikini body soup.

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Bessie Turner

Culture: Time to tune up for Bury Sound

Young musical artists are tuning up to take part in a showcase of local talent as the first heat of this year’s BurySOUND is set to kick off this month.

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The Park Radio team.

Park Radio ‘introducing’ new platform for young musicians

A new show kicking off on a local radio station is not guaranteeing stardom – but wants to give upcoming musicians a platform to have their sound heard.

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Walkway's video for Rain, their tribute to Status Quo's Rick Parfitt, has been released.

WATCH: Redgrave’s Walkway launch their music video tribute to Status Quo legend Rick Parfitt – one year on from his death

A Redgrave band which has supported Status Quo said the time was right to release their tribute music video to the late Rick Parfitt – a year on after his “devastating” death.

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Ed Sheeran. Photo: SWNS

Diss venue denies superstar Ed Sheeran will be performing a New Year’s Eve set after barrage of phone calls

A Diss sports club has denied Framlingham-raised superstar Ed Sheeran will be performing a set at their New Year’s Eve party following a barrage of phone calls from his fans.

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Long Stratton, Norfolk. South Norfolk Council Offices in Long Stratton

Keep things moving in South Norfolk this Christmas and recycle your cooking fats

South Norfolk Council is asking residents to recycle their cooking fats this Christmas – in a bid to reduce the number of blocked drains.

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The High Sheriff of Suffolk Geoffrey Probert (centre) visits directors and volunteers at The Bank, Eye. Photo: Zach Ward.

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.

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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.

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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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MDEP-26-11-2016-062 Mayor and Ben Langley switch on lights  Diss Xmas Lights 2016

‘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.

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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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