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ECHO, April 26, 1990

WILL CLUB GET THE BOOT?

Members of Haverhill ex-servicemen’s club were demanding to know if they were to be kicked out of their home in Quaker’s Lane in secret plans for the Gurteens-Cleales area.

It had been more than a year since the 1,000 member club had applied for planning consent to build an extension comprising a games area and cabaret room on their bowls green, but they were still awaiting a decision.

The club was looking to have the veil of secrecy surrounding plans for the Quakers lane area lifted so the club could make a decision on its future.

IT’S A FAIR COP AS PCS CAROLYN AND CLIVE JOIN FORCES

It was a fair cop for two Haverhill police constables when they joined forces at the altar.

When Carolyn Jennings and Clive Hewett married at All Saints church in Bury St Edmunds, they were joining families with plenty of policing experience.

Clive was the son of a Metropolitan Police inspector while Carolyn’s father was commander of the Sudbury sub-division until his retirement. Carolyn worked in Clare while Clive worked in Haverhill.