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They claim the new attraction will blight their homes – and say they were not told about the plans when they bought the properties.

A Suffolk man who suffered a brain injury after falling at speed from his mountain bike is to talk about his experiences at a conference next month.

Campaigners are stepping up their fight to stop proposals for a 300-acre 24-hour business park on farmland next to homes in a small village.

Back in the 1970s almost every town and village had its own carnival.

A Suffolk church is singing the praises of pop star Ed Sheeran – after he agreed to encourage the tradition of singing in the community.

People can enjoy visiting some of the resort’s most historic buildings this weekend as they open their doors as part of the Heritage Open Days.

Consultation is taking place over the project, which would see 350 acres of farmland stretching from the A14 dock spur roundabout to Old Felixstowe developed over the next 18 years.

Families turned out in force for a day of traditional fun as one of Suffolk’s fastest growing communities staged its annual fete.

Felixstowe’s seafront was packed as art-lovers enjoyed one of the highlights in the resort’s calendar of events.

People are being invited to take part in a special challenge exploring a popular Suffolk resort – with prize money of £250 up for grabs.

Voluntary groups in Suffolk should be recognised for the work they are doing for the community at “a time of incredible uncertainty, and in a period of huge austerity”.

People in Suffolk are being encouraged to help spruce up the county’s coastline – and help provide a snapshot of its litter pollution problems.

One of Suffolk’s biggest carnivals gets under way tomorrow – with tens of of thousands of visitors expected to visit over its three days.

Foxgrove and Maynell House residential care homes in Old Felixstowe are staging a special joint event on Thursday, August 16.

The exciting proposal has been drawn up by Suffolk Coastal council – and plans have already been submitted for approval.

More than 100 prints and 200 digitally projected images on a wide range of subjects and themes will be on show at the event.

Crafts, stories, songs, games, drama and puppet sketches were enjoyed by youngsters as they visited Psalm Tree Island, a fictional land where things weren’t always what they seemed.

Seventy-year-old Mel Hopkins will cycle 100km in the Crafted Classique Sportive on Saturday for the Teenage Cancer Trust as a tribute to 18-year-old Jack Cook, who died from leukaemia three-and-a-half years ago.

Dexterous Dean Gould has been flippin’ marvellous at breaking records over three decades – and now he is to explain exactly how he does it.

Dexterous Dean Gould has been flippin’ marvellous at breaking records over three decades – and now he is to explain exactly how he does it.

Organisers have arranged one of the biggest ever line-ups of entertainment and activities for this year’s Felixstowe Carnival – and with the hot weather forecast to stay, huge crowds are expected.

Tributes have been paid to a Felixstowe fundraiser described as a “human dynamo” for the energy she put into so many good causes.

Glemham Hall attracted big crowds for a day of traditional fun for all the family – with lots of hands-on activities and plenty to watch.

Thousands of extra new homes will be built across east Suffolk in the next two decades, according to a blueprint drawn up to shape the future of the area.

Despite the torrential rain tackled by thousands of fundraisers back in May, walkers have helped raise more than £200,000 to help care for people living with a progressive or terminal illness.

With US president Donald Trump on UK soil last week, it’s apt to look back to 1981 – when people in Kesgrave were celebrating our friendship and links with America.

A priest has spoken of his excitement and trepidation at becoming one of the most senior Church of England clergy in Suffolk.

A £1.8million project to transform the home of radar into a national heritage attraction was yesterday given a royal seal of approval.

A Suffolk bishop says he is “hopeful, but not expectant” of an England victory.

Volunteers from UK Power Networks grabbed their paint brushes to help out at Rushmere Hall Primary School in Ipswich – injecting a burst of colour which the children loved.

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