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23rd May 2019

Suffolk News

HADLEIGH: Appeal after burglaries

Police are urging residents to be vigilance after a number of burglaries in the Hadleigh and Brett Vale area. The following incidents have been reported to police: Hadleigh Road, Holton St Mary. Sometime between 2:00pm and 4:30pm on Saturday 4 May. Offenders forced entry to the rear of the property and stole items from within,

Landguard Project gets National Lottery support

Five organisations that care for the heritage, wildlife and natural environment on the Landguard Peninsula in Felixstowe, with East Suffolk Council acting as lead partner, have received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £43,200 for an exciting project in Felixstowe made possible from money raised by National Lottery players. The project which focuses on

Survey reveals extent of Broadband frustration in Suffolk

The majority of rural households are regularly frustrated with slow broadband speeds and confused over the type of service they should be receiving, according to a new survey by Essex based specialist broadband provider County Broadband. Over 2,000 residents across Suffolk and rural England were surveyed* to assess the challenges local communities face with their

Hadleigh Show 2019

The 180th Hadleigh Show takes place on Saturday 18th May 2019 at Holbecks Park, Hadleigh and promises to be a great day out for all the family! The Monster Trucks back again this year. Big Pete and The Grim Reaper weighing in at 7.5 tons are built for one reason only – mass destruction. This is a

Bank Holiday Racing at Foxhall

The first round of the British Youth Championship will follow the conclusion of the Ipswich v King’s Lynn Premiership fixture at Foxhall Stadium on Monday 6th May at 2.15pm. The series, previously known as the Under-15 Championship, is run under the control of Great Britain Under-21 manager Neil Vatcher and is open to any British

Remembering WWII at the Middy

This weekend sees – Middy in the War Years – Two days of living history at the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway – Plus two Battle of Britain Memorial Fight Flypasts at Mid Suffolk Light Railway. The Bank Holiday weekend, 5th and 6th May, will see two days recreating the atmosphere and scenes of World War II

Four people arrested and 100 vehicles checked in Ipswich

Operation Showdown took place on Tuesday 23 April, with the aim of disrupting and frustrating the activities of criminals, including organised crime groups, who commit offences across county borders whilst using the road network. Vehicles identified as being potentially involved in criminality were brought back to a check site at Sainsbury’s car park in Hadleigh

Join in the fun at the Crafted Classique

If you want to cycle through the beautiful Suffolk countryside in the 2019 Crafted Classique this summer you can save a bit of money by signing up now. Hundreds of riders take part every year in an event organised by Ipswich Borough Council and principal sponsor Crafted, the digital marketing company, and supported by British

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