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Stars of Suffolk 2015

The Stars of Suffolk winners 2015 have now been announced - the heroes of our emergency services honoured and the courage and dedication of everyday people recognised.

This year we had more than 300 nominations, and the finalists gathered at Wherstead Park on November 19 for a glittering ceremony in which we revealed the individual category winners and the joint overall winners.

Well done to all of our finalists.

Stars of Suffolk news

Older people were able to experience a reminiscence session and try a range of gentle sporting activities at a Golden Games event.

This autumn, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is having a birthday celebration to outdo all other birthday bashes. Star names nestle alongside classic drama, comic-romance, brain-taxing whodunnits and edge of the seat thrillers in a season to celebrate the breadth of work staged at Bury's Regency theatre.

The search has been launched to find this year's Stars of Suffolk - the ordinary people who do extraordinary things in the county.

Concert-goers are spoilt for choice this year with a number of iconic artists set to fill Portman Road, Henham Park and Thetford Forest.

Eight of Suffolk's most talented young sportsmen and women have been given a huge helping hand with the future careers thanks to a charity funding boost.

A Suffolk police dog who nearly died when cruelly knifed has been highlighted as a reasons why a new law protecting animals in service has won widespread support.

Award-winning performer Ruthie Henshall, known for her roles in smash hit musicals Billy Elliot and Chicago, has shared the secrets of her success at a special Q&A held at an Ipswich college.

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