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An Ipswich pensioner discovered a 100-year-old letter written to one of her relatives during the First World War.
The centenary of the end of the First World War is now just three weeks away with ceremonies to mark the Armistice happening across the world as well as here at home in East Anglia.
The words of First World War soldiers will be brought to life at an Ipswich arts festival.
A Suffolk artist’s celebration of a “band of brothers” and their selfless work saving lives at sea is set for its first public exhibition – after a year of “nonstop painting”.
As the world prepares to mark next month’s centenary of the armistice that ended the First World War, a poignant tribute to the Ipswich’s fallen has been unveiled in Ipswich.
While 100 years ago, troops were prepared to march great distances in Europe to defend Britain against the Germans, in Bury St Edmunds, staff have been walking 100 miles during their lunchbreaks in their memory.
A village shop smashed up by ram raiders is making a triumphant return to the high street almost a year working from barn.
A talk on a Suffolk town’s ‘Great War Centenary Project’ will be held as the latest in a series of events in aid of a new community kitchen.
A poem written by a St Joseph’s College student Lia Taylor pleading with people to learn lessons from the Great War has won her a special trip to Germany.
Next week a free festival will be held to celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage in Ipswich.
They sacrificed their lives for their country, so their children and grandchildren could live to see a better world.
Suffolk brewer Greene King is partnering with The Royal British Legion to brew Flanders Fields, and help the important services charity.
Olive Boar, who grew up in Ipswich and was living in Felixstowe at the time of her death, was officially the country’s oldest resident.
A memorial to record staff from the Mid Suffolk Light Railway who were killed during the First World War has been unveiled at the revived line’s station at Brockford and Wetheringsett.
The grass at this year’s Ryder Cup golf tournament will be kept trim and tidy using equipment that was engineered and made in Ipswich.
A Suffolk care home resident has reflected on the secret to her long life amid her centenary celebrations.
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.