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28 Jun 2017

Museum finalist “a winner” in the green stakes

It is already in the running for the title of Museum of the Year, now the National Heritage Centre for Sporting Art has another reason to be a favourite.

28 Jun 2017

Newmarket swaps saddles to celebrate the OVO Energy Tour of Britain coming to Suffolk

A jockey and a cyclist have swapped saddles to celebrate the start of stage six of Britain’s premier road cycling race in Newmarket, the international home of horseracing, on Friday 8 September.

28 Jun 2017

Over £12,000 awarded to Mayor’s charities

Cheques totalling £12,450 have been presented to three local charities, thanks to great support for the fundraising efforts by last year’s Mayor of St Edmundsbury, Cllr Julia Wakelam.

27 Jun 2017

Help shape future of west Suffolk

Residents, businesses and local groups are being urged to help shape the future of west Suffolk and have their say on plans to create a new council.

26 Jun 2017

Come along and enjoy the first Friday Food Fest

There will be tasty foods, delicious drinks, a bar, live music and children’s entertainment at the first Friday Food Fest in Bury St Edmunds next month (7).

26 Jun 2017

Crucial Crew 2017

Around 850 St Edmundsbury school children will be learning vital life-lessons at Crucial Crew 2017 in July.

21 Jun 2017

Celebrating a new beginning for community centre

Residents on the Westley Estate in Bury St Edmunds are being invited to a fun day next month to mark a new beginning for their community centre.

20 Jun 2017

Here’s what you had to say about Bury St Edmunds town centre

More than 5000 individual comments, made in response to public engagement on the future of Bury St Edmunds town centre, have now been published online.

20 Jun 2017

An early response to masterplan comments

Summer colour is being added to a drab Bury St Edmunds street after residents called for more town centre greenery.

20 Jun 2017

Study to establish site for cinema to go ahead

Members of Forest Heath District Council Cabinet heard at their meeting tonight, Tuesday, how a cinema and restaurants development in the centre of Newmarket could be commercially viable.