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Suffolk will pass on the story of the Great War to the next generation – and this video shows how it will be done.
An Ipswich bingo branch has teamed up with The Royal British Legion to support the armed forces community by launching a brand new charity game.
A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99 year-old history by giving it’s brand a makeover.
A financial services company with offices in Ipswich, Diss, Colchester and Cambridge is starting a new chapter in its 99-year history by giving its brand a makeover.
I was given a postcard the other day with the suggestion that I researched the history of the building featured, writes John Norman, of The Ipswich Society.
The efforts of the armed forces in Suffolk and those who served in the First and Second World Wars has been formally recognised by Suffolk County Council as part of WWI Centenary commemorations.
A special baton relay will arrive on the Suffolk coast on Monday as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the formation of the RAF.
The hard-work and dedication invested by passionate volunteers is behind the success of the Suffolk Show, the director has said.
The project which is called Behind the name tells the story of the men and women of Melton during the First World War.
The gods shone on the first day of the Suffolk Show – creating ideal conditions to bring out the crowds and create a “perfect” event according to its director Bee Kemball.
Perfect Suffolk Show weather brought tens of thousands of visitors to Trinity Park on the edge of Ipswich for the first day of the county’s most prestigious event.
The centenary of the end of the First World War is being marked at the Suffolk Show by a major display showing how the conflict affected people both fighting on battlefields and on the Home Front.
A Suffolk country show is to embrace the Royal Wedding by creating a “quintessentially British” atmosphere with red, white and blue bunting.
Nearly 50 war memorials across Suffolk have been given Grade II Listed status in the last four months as part of efforts to safeguard their future.
A cash windfall of almost £10,000 in lottery funding has been dealt to Ipswich Museum for a project to commemorate Ipswich during the First World War and Armistice – and you can share your family’s history for the occasion.
A village’s first ever war memorial is to be dedicated later this year on the 100th anniversary of the First World War Armistice after being carefully put in place at the heart of the community.
John Norman finishes his story about the enterprise behind the first flat-packaged patio set for Tesco.
The bomb squad were called this morning after a First World War artillery fuse was found in a Suffolk village.
This year’s Suffolk Show is set to celebrate its longstanding military associations at one of its most popular annual attractions.