Magistrates’ courts could return to towns such as Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds, the police and crime commissioner has said, despite the Government shutting all but one of Suffolk’s summary courthouses last month.
For many people dance is the ultimate expressive, abstract art form. It captures mood and emotion through a complex series of shapes and movements which, when combined together, create a lyrical magic.
Stephanie Beacham is no stranger to playing difficult women. Her latest role sees her step into the shoes of Princess Margaret, a tempestuous character, but always a devoted sister, she tells entertainment writer Wayne Savage.
This year’s attention-grabbing Spill Festival of Performance will be unleashed across Ipswich next week with more than 100 events being staged across Suffolk’s county town, stretching from Christchurch Park to The Waterfront.
Former Whitton United manager Paul Bugg has expressed an interest in returning to the struggling Thurlow Nunn Division One club, as the King George V Playing Field-based team step up their search for Duncan Wheeler’s replacement.
Local law firm Prettys has appointed Abigail Hubert, Anna Mulholland and Sian Llewelyn into trainee positions at its Ipswich office. Each will have the opportunity to work in different business areas to build their skills and experience before choosing which field they will specialise in.