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17th January 2020

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Christmas Drink and Drug Driving Campaign Results

Over 670 people were stopped and/or tested by police in Suffolk during the annual Christmas drink and drug drive campaign, with 170 drivers arrested. The month-long initiative, which ran between 1 December 2019 and 1 January 2020 targeted drivers getting behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Additional patrols and roadside checks

Stowmarket Truck company celebrate milestone

Truckeast Stowmarket celebrates milestone with highest number of pdi’s completed in one year 2019 saw a momentous milestone for Scania dealer TruckEast, with its Stowmarket branch completing more pre-delivery inspections (pdi’s) over twelve months than total vehicles sold across the group the year before. Throughout the year, vehicles operating across a breadth of industries went

Travel Company & School support Tree Planting

Woodbridge-based Deben Travel recently planted trees at Suffolk’s Royal Hospital School (RHS) as part of the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fight Back. Deben Travel approached RHS after reading about the school’s Grow with Us scheme which includes planting a tree for every child who joins. The travel company have long been aware of the contribution

Lottery award for beautiful places

A joint application from the Suffolk Coast & Heaths and Dedham Vale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of 15 to be awarded a share of £7.4million from the National Lottery. The project will celebrate the 50th anniversary of both areas, which were formally designated in 1970, and will encourage residents and visitors

Review: Oliver!

For their annual winter production the highly talented CTC turn their attentions to Lionel Bart’s Oliver! Over the year’s there have been countless tellings of Charles Dickens’ tale of young Oliver Twist, firstly abandoned at a workhouse, then falling in with thieves before being rescued, but it is probably Lionel Bart’s film musical that is

Christmas trains

Rail passengers are reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year so they’re aware of earlier last train times on Christmas Eve and timetable changes due to bank holidays and engineering works. Revised timetables are available in the “service alterations” section of the Greater Anglia website, or on the Greater Anglia app

Review: Aladdin – New Wolsey

You know it’s Christmas when the New Wolsey Theatre opens the doors to their annual Rock’n’Roll Panto. And, with a festive puff of smoke, Aladdin opens with bang to start this year’s season. Aladdin is down on his luck, he has no money and has fallen in love with a princess, but he has no

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