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Suffolk adult courses are praised by Ofsted

Adult community learning courses provided in Suffolk by social enterprise Realise Futures have been rated ‘good’ by the education watchdog.

You can report suspicious activity on the ACT website

Anti-terrorism campaign call to report suspicious activity supported by Norfolk and Suffolk Police

Suffolk and Norfolk Police are backing the latest phase of the national Action Counters Terrorism campaign, which was launched today.

Staff and volunteers from St Nicholas Hospice Care's Haverhill hub shop are busy getting ready for the fashion show.

Sturmer Village Hall to host charity fashion show

Models will make their way down the catwalk in aid of two charities, as they get ready to strike their best pose.

Derek Foster

AMENDED: Farewell ride for Haverhill Cycling Club stalwart

Haverhill Cycling Club (HCC) is to pay its final respects to one of its much-loved founder members by riding ahead of his funeral cortege this week.

Students at Stour Valley Community School  in Clare stage their Annual Dance Show

Annual dance spectacular at Clare school pulls in large audiences

Just over 100 students from years seven to 11 played their part in the Annual Dance Show put on at Stour Valley Community School.

This photo from yesteryear involves Haverhill Rovers, but we know nothing about it. Can you help?

Haverhill Echo archive photo

Hidden in the Echo archive photo cabinet was this photo, which like a few others was nestled in an envelope that simply says ‘Rovers.’

The Stour Brook in East Town Park after the pollution

Just what did make a Haverhill waterway turn pink

An investigation is being carried out to try and determine what caused the Stour Brook in Haverhill’s East Town Park to turn a strange shade of pink last week.

Ipswich Crown Court

Jail for Bury dog owner who tried to buy bitten man’s silence

A dog owner found guilty of trying to buy the silence of a man who was bitten by his pet has been jailed.

Suzy Clarke (left) and Isabel Mackay-Yau with a couple of village youngsters at the Ridgewell playing field.

More funding joy for project to improve Ridgewell’s play equipment

One week after revealing it had been awarded a £400,000 Big Lottery grant the team behind the modernisation and refurbishment of Ridgewell Village Hall and playing field has had more good news.

Runners in the HaverHalf at the 2018 Haverhill Running Festival are ready to go

Records tumble at 2018 Haverhill running festival

Over 360 runners competed in Haverhill as the town hosted its biggest running festival to date on Sunday.

Bunny Run - Culford pupils launch the event

Sign up for the Bunny Run - and help to raise funds for GeeWizz charity

The first charity Bunny Run in Suffolk will raise funds for the GeeWizz charity and will be great fun for all the family this Easter.
Dairy owners Debbie and Justin Plumb, whose former employee Shaun Mitchell, of Haverhill, admitted in court to stealing more than �53,000 from them over a 25 month period.''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Linton dairy owners angered at ‘injustice’ of sentence given to employee who stole £53,000

The owners of a dairy believe they have been ‘failed’ by the justice system after a former employee, who stole more than £53,000 from them, escaped incarceration.

More snow on the way. Picture: Mecha Morton

Updated: Weekend snow warning for East Anglia

If you thought the snow was gone for this year, you were wrong.

Rural wards around Bury St Edmunds showing option A, left, with Rougham Parish's North Ward included in West Suffolk's Moreton Hall East, and option B with Rougham Parish as one ward

Why your opinions are vital in shaping West Suffolk’s boundaries

If changing district and borough council ward boundaries was simply a numbers game the council officers and Boundary Commission would not need your help.

Lucy Frazer MP officially opens the new nursery at Castle Camps Primary School

MP officially opens new nursery in Castle Camps

The new nursery building and nursery class at Castle Camps Primary School was officially opened on Friday by constituency MP, Lucy Frazer.

Two Counties Business Exhibition

Digital in the spotlight at Two Counties Business Exhibition

Digital marketing is one of the highlights of the Two Counties Business Exhibition being staged in Newmarket today.
The new headteacher at Burton End Primary Academy, Karen Sheargold, with some of her pupils. Picture: Gooderham PR

Exciting challenge suits new head at Haverhill school

A headteacher who swapped an Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ school for one that ‘requires improvement’ says she was ready for a new challenge.

Anglian Water

Union accuses Anglian Water of’ trying to provoke strike’ over pensions

Britain’s biggest union has accused Anglian Water of trying to provoke a strike by refusing to go to Acas in a dispute over pension changes.

Two Counties Business Exhibition

Business show on course for success

Newmarket’s Rowley Mile racecourse is used to welcoming champion thoroughbreds but later this week it will be playing host to an exhibition aiming to make sure local businesses are winners.

David Goodwin, charter member of the Lions Club of Haverhill, attended the centenary of Lions Clubs International at Buckingham Palace

Lions celebrate 100 years at palace party

A member of the Haverhill Lions attended a celebration at Buckingham Palace last week to mark the centenary of the Lions Clubs International.

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