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The number of Suffolk Punch foals increased to 33 last year from 28 in 2018, a welcome increase for the endangered breed
Suffolk singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has been named the UK’s artist of the decade by the Official Charts Company.
Work has started on building a new school school due to open in September named after Blues legend Sir Bobby Robson
Ipswich law firm Birketts was named Law Firm of the Year at the Modern Law Awards 2020 at a ceremony in Manchester.
It has been announced that the Buttermarker branch of Boots will close at the end of July
Nearly 400,000 people visited Ipswich for Elmer’s Big Parade last summer – bringing a massive £2.4million boost to the town’s economy.
Bosses of some of the region’s biggest attractions said they were feeling optimistic for the year ahead – despite facing rising costs and pressure to invest more.
An idyllic, hidden-away house near the historic Sutton Hoo burial ground is listed for sale online – but would set prospective buyers back at least £1.5million.
Major proposals have been unveiled for a brand new water park near the Orwell Bridge – complete with its own lake.
An environmental activist Debbie Bartlett a Felixstowe litter-cleaning activist,has turned her attention to inspiring the next generation by writing a childrens’ book, ‘Just One Child’.
Two men from Suffolk former Ipswich GP Malcom “Mac” Speake, 78, and part-time barber Charles “Len” Cousens, 77 are part of a select group of 10 runners who have completed every London Marathon – and are preparing to run their 40th this year.
Calls are being made for a new location to be found for the Caterpillar Children’s Centre centre in Woodbridge which is facing closure.
A 16-year-old from Ipswich, Jack Ferguson, who lives with autism and severe arthritis will be competing in a 24-hour endurance karting race this year.
A plot of land with permission to build 39 holiday lodges next to Blyth River Gravel Pit near Halesworth has been put up for sale for more than £1.2m.
Soldiers from Suffolk’s Wattisham air base have been preparing to take part in a major European exercise.
In cycling news the final stage of the 2020 Women’s Tour is to take place in Suffolk on 13 June.
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