Haverhill Echo archive photo

These two young chaps were caught on camera back in May 2000 and the photo has now been unearthed from the Echo archive.

MEMORABLE DAY: Stoke Colleges Ruby Bond and Sean McKenny competed in the ISA Nationals

Top 10 finishes for Stoke College stars

Two Stoke College pupils representing East Anglia returned from swimming in a national championships in the iconic London Aquatics Centre with top 10 finishes last month.

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Lee Bye, Head Chef at Tuddenham Mills

I’m rooting for the fen parsnip

Fi, of Moo Moo cakes, is on fire here in Suffolk, baking her way with style and personality across the county much to all of our delights.

Clare, Suffolk. Grand Opening of the new Rehabilitation Centre, Rehab United in Clare by Lord Tebbit pictured with the team at Rehab United. 


Encouraging opening day for Clare rehabilitation centre

A new rehabilitation centre offering occupational and physiotherapy treatments is now open in Clare.

Simon Pollard, managing director of Miller's Music, in its Cambridge Showroom

21 pianos to go up for grabs after Cambridge concert

King’s College Chapel in Cambridge will host a concert on Tuesday, February 21 in which 21 pianos will be played at the same time - before then being given away.

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Kirsty Jackson stars in Freefall.

New play highlights life for young carers

Freefall, a play highlighting the issues, trials and difficulties facing young carers on a daily basis, is being staged the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket on February 22.

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HOME WIN: Recent signing Luke Clarke on his Haverhill Borough debu

Borough overcome Stow


The man in a black hoody the police still need to trace. In the picture on the right he was passing Cornhill Walk at 5.18am on September 24

Potential Corrie witness identified but police renew appeal for two more

Another potential witness has been traced in the investigation into the disappearance of airman Corrie McKeague.

The VW Golf abandoned by Martin Burn, of Wortham Place, Haverhill,  in September 2016

Haverhill men receive fines for abandoning cars

Two men have been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds in court fines and costs for abandoning vehicles in West Suffolk.

James, Daniel and Robin Pilley, owners of the Nine Jars Bistro in Haverhill

Haverhill bistro’s Sunday roasts helping hospice

The popularity of the Sunday roast at Haverhill’s Nine Jars’ Bar & Bistro has given manager James Pilley charitable inspiration.

Jazz news

JAZZ MATTERS: Weekly jazz round-up for the east (February 17-24)

Chris Ingham previews the best jazz gigs around the region (February 17-24).

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Hysteria. Picture by Sheila Burnett

What happened what Freud met Dali?

Hysteria, an hilarious farce that explores the fallout when Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dali meet, visits the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds between Tuesday, February 21 and Saturday 25.

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Huckleberyy Harrison

Bury bands keep the crowd happy

Sounds Like the Live Sessions returned to Bury St Edmunds venue the Hunter Club on February 9.

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Henceforward: Picture by Tony Bartholomew/Turnstone Media

Ayckbourn comedy returns to Cambridge

The hilarious words of the renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn return to Cambridge Arts Theatre from February 22 to 25, in the classic comedy Henceforward…

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HEADS UP: Haverhill centre-back Marcus Hunt (left) is challenged by Ely striker Alex Theobald

Robins jump above Rovers after Unwin Ground victory


Hospice occupational therapist Brenna Greer chats to Alison Croome during an Open House session at the Burton Centre in Haverhill

Hospice to host Open House drop-in event in Haverhill

A hospice is offering people the chance to find out more about its Open House support services.

Isaac Regan (4), Cllr John Burns, Elaine McManus, Ivy Webb (2) and Archie Pannell (4)

Funding for community enterprise and schemes in Haverhill

Two schemes to improve the physical and mental health of Haverhill residents as well as a social enterprise offering childcare have received a funding boost.

More patients will have to get blood tests at West Suffolk Hospital

West Suffolk patients may have to travel further to get blood tests

Patients may have to travel further to get blood tests after a phlebotomy service to GP surgeries is scrapped.

The Wisdom Club

New play asks what retirement means in 2017

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds presents a rehearsed reading of The Wisdom Club, written by local playwright Danusia Iwaszko, at 7.30pm on February 20.

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