No.5 Angel Hill to bring European style coffee culture to the west Suffolk town.

West Suffolk Hospital

Liam Hillyard proved he is a 'big game player' by firing Felixstowe & Walton United into the final of this season's KBB NEFF Suffolk Premier Cup, writes Nick Garnham.


Father and son television, theatre and film actors, Timothy and Samuel West will be 'in conversation' at Bury Theatre Royal in April raising funds for the Georigian Theatre's 200th anniversary celebrations.


Five Ipswich Town players are currently plying their trade away from Portman Road. Andy Warren takes a look at how they are getting on with their loan clubs.

Luke Chambers

Just weeks after it emerged that Marks and Spencer was looking for site for a new food store in west Ipswich, the company has confirmed it plans to move more towards its grocery business rather than clothing.


He started working the same year that England won the world cup, the BBC first broadcast in colour and the first credit card was launched in the UK, but now, after five decades of service, this power worker from Stonham Aspal is retiring.


Mark Heath and wife Liz visited Mings Oriental in Bury St Edmunds on a Monday lunchtime. Here's what they made of it.


East Anglia is wonderful, of course - but is there an aspect of life in the area which you would consign to Room 101?

Ed Sheeran

The latest wave of acts heading to Latitude Festival for its 14th year this summer have been announced.


Suffolk digital agency Measured Brilliance has launched a new fundraising platform to help charities and good causes.


Plans to expand a host of Suffolk schools and build more than 10 new establishments by 2029 have been revealed by Suffolk County Council.

Gordon Jones

Andrew Rooke and Daisy Glover continued their domination of this season's Suffolk Winter League by celebrating further individual victories at the fourth event, hosted by Saint Edmund Pacers at Nowton Park last Sunday morning.


The situation facing Suffolk and Norfolk's struggling mental health trust has been dubbed "scandalous" after it emerged patients in crisis are still being sent hundreds of miles away for treatment.


Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens live and breathe Morecambe and Wise and recreate their easy-going humour in a brand new show. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to the pair about what made Eric & Ern so great

Andrew Clarke

The director of a new employment agency for drivers in Suffolk says that with Brexit around the corner, the shortage of drivers in the UK is getting to "crisis point".

United Kingdom

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Essex for the Billericay parkrun

United Kingdom

Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal is 200 years old this year. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the events in store to mark this major milestone

Andrew Clarke

Martin Tilley turns 80 this weekend, and he plans to celebrate by running the Bury St Edmunds parkrun!


Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to gain greater insight into physical and digital marketing are being offered a free information session, courtesy of Archant.

West Suffolk College

A pupil referral unit in Bury St Edmunds which supports vulnerable children across west Suffolk has joined an education trust.


Iris Button's first novel was published in 2003. After marrying her husband David in 1959, they needed bigger premises for their business, so they moved from Surrey to Bury St Edmunds, which they called home for 50 years. After having two daughters and a son, they are now great grandparents, retired in Barbados. Iris has written 17 books. She talks to Gina Long MBE


We speak to the Suffolk writer of The Wisdom Club.

Andrew Clarke

Felixstowe & Walton welcome Julian Dicks' high-flying Heybridge Swifts to The Goldstar Ground this Saturday, hoping to follow up on last week's win at home to Great Wakering Rovers, writes Barry Grossmith.


Plans to build three new special schools as part of a £45million programme of investment in Suffolk have been backed by councillors

Gordon Jones

One of Suffolk's best-loved old fashioned sweet shops, which is packed full of more than 1,000 different types of sugary treats from a bygone era, is now up for sale.


Plans have been unveiled for a modern new ambulance facility in West Suffolk which will free up paramedics to spend more time with patients.


When Felixstowe travelled to Great Wakering back in August, it was the Rovers who secured all three points in a 2-0 win, writes Barry Grossmith.


Locally roasted coffee and waffles with gelato on offer at Angel Hill eatery


East Anglia continues to thrive as one of the leading theatre centres outside London. And this season there are a raft of premieres coming our way.

Andrew Clarke

Back in August, newly promoted Felixstowe & Walton came out 3-1 winners against Bury Town in a close encounter that saw both sides reduced to 10 men for much of the game, writes Barry Grossmith.


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