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Management firm to run new Epicentre

Management firm to run new Epicentre

Management firm to run new Epicentre

Oxford Innovation has been appointed to run the Epicentre at Haverhill Research Park's


Ofsted praise for improved school

Ofsted praise for improved school

Ofsted praise for improved school

Ofsted said In September 1917 that Burton End Primary Academy in Haverhill 'required improvement', now the watchdog says it is a 'good' school


Friends launch appeal to provide a fitting farewell

Friends launch appeal to provide a fitting farewell

Friends launch appeal to provide a fitting farewell

Friends of Alecia Manning created a Go Fund Me page to pay for her dad Joe's funeral


Drone used in night-time search for 'high risk' missing man

Drone used in night-time search for 'high risk' missing man

Drone used in night-time search for 'high risk' missing man

Police used a Suffolk Fire Service drone in the early hours of Monday to help them look for the missing man in Haverhill


Performing arts school's first ever shows go down a storm

Performing arts school's first ever shows go down a storm

Performing arts school's first ever shows go down a storm

Mayes School of Performing Arts, in Haverhill, marked its first anniversary in style


Free period of car parking to remain in Haverhill

Free period of car parking to remain in Haverhill

Free period of car parking to remain in Haverhill

West Suffolk Council's Cabinet voted to retain the free period of parking in Haverhill when it met last night


New non-executive director at developer

New non-executive director at developer

New non-executive director at developer

Sarah Howard MBE is now a non-executive director of Jaynic, the owner of Haverhill Research Park


Village war memorial aims boosted by renowned sculptor's appearance

Village war memorial aims boosted by renowned sculptor's appearance

Village war memorial aims boosted by renowned sculptor's appearance

Kedington Air Memorial Group's fund-raiser benefited from a talk given by Sean Hedges-Quinn


The A505 and M11 near Duxford have been reopened

The A505 and M11 near Duxford have been reopened

The A505 and M11 near Duxford have been reopened

High winds produced by Storm Ciara has led to the closure of parts of the A505 and M11 but the two roads are now open again


Storm Ciara fears lead to the closure of the A505 and M11

Storm Ciara fears lead to the closure of the A505 and M11

Storm Ciara fears lead to the closure of the A505 and M11

The M11 and A505 near Duxford is closed until Wednesday because of fears that a unsafe roof from an Imperial War Museum hanger may be blown on to them


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