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FA Vase kicks-off tomorrow, featuring a number of Thurlow Nunn Division clubs

Walsham-le-Willows face Tring in last season's FA Vase

Walsham-le-Willows face Tring in last season's FA Vase

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The FA Vase starts tomorrow with a number of local teams involved in the competition’s First Qualifying Round.

Ipswich Wanderers, under the leadership of caretaker manager Mark Goldfinch, travel to Norwich CBS, while Hadleigh United, off the back of a midweek 5-1 home defeat to Felixstowe & Walton United, entertain Wadham Lodge.

Brantham Athletic, meanwhile, travel to Redbridge, Debenham LC are on the road at Brimsdown, Framlingham Town welcome Waltham Forest, Cornard go to Ilford and Woodbridge Town entertain Hoddesdon Town.

There are two games being played on Sunday afternoon, involving Stowmarket Town, who play Team Bury at Ram Meadow and Haverhill Borough, who visit Enfield 1893.

Winning clubs will receive £550 in prize money with the unfortunate losers picking up £175.

The current champions are South Shields.

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Mental health campaigners will head to London to demand better mental health care in the region.

Motorists are being advised by Suffolk police to expect delays across the county’s roads on two separate occasions during the festive period.

A school is set to create a new teaching block to help it meet a growing demand for pupil places.

Detectives investigating reports of an attack outside an Ipswich restaurant have arrested two people.

The prime minister might have won a confidence vote but, asks political editor RICHARD PORRITT, what now for her leadership, Brexit and the country?

Theresa May has won the confidence vote on her leadership of the Conservatives – but has promised MPs she will not lead the party into the next General Election.

A powerhouse supermum from Melton has been crowned the World’s Strongest Woman – having only taken up the sport three-and-a-half years ago.

The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich is set for a radical makeover after planning permission was approved for the development of the old borough council site and spiral carpark.

The step-sister of Ipswich teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens held his hand as he struggled to breathe following a knife attack near his father’s home, a court heard.

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