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'Remote banding' is producing stirring music

'Remote banding' is producing stirring music

'Remote banding' is producing stirring music

Haverhill Silver Band members are recording themselves playing at home before it is all put together to produce the complete piece of music


Town serves as setting for new music video

Town serves as setting for new music video

Town serves as setting for new music video

Sam Russo used various locations in Haverhill in the video for his new single, The Basement


‘Bravery’ of NHS staff inspires the release of charity single

‘Bravery’ of NHS staff inspires the release of charity single

‘Bravery’ of NHS staff inspires the release of charity single

Proceeds from the sale of Simon Webb's single 'In Another World', performed by his band the Powwow Rock Orchestra, will benefit NHS staff


The Crown actor had 'star quality' as a youngster

The Crown actor had 'star quality' as a youngster

The Crown actor had 'star quality' as a youngster

Former Haverhill Centre Stage Company actor Tom Byrne is playing Prince Andrew in The Crown


Chart-topping band sponsor village cricketers

Chart-topping band sponsor village cricketers

Chart-topping band sponsor village cricketers

Scouting for Girls is a new sponsor for 2020 for Linton Village Cricket Club


Premier League poet returns to his former primary school

Premier League poet returns to his former primary school

Premier League poet returns to his former primary school

Hip-hop poet Karl Nova visited his old school in Haverhill in his role as a judge for the Premier League Writing Stars competition


Army experience helps to shape Ian’s debut novel

Army experience helps to shape Ian’s debut novel

Army experience helps to shape Ian’s debut novel

Ian Flannery, writing as Joseph Mitcham, has released his first book, The Watch List


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


Tragic true story performed by secondary school students

Tragic true story performed by secondary school students

Tragic true story performed by secondary school students

Samuel Ward Academy performed Game Over, which tells the story of the online grooming and murder of Breck Bednar


Young scribes are rewarded for their creative writing

Young scribes are rewarded for their creative writing

Young scribes are rewarded for their creative writing

The winners and runners up in the short story competition run by the West Suffolk College in Haverhill were presented with their prizes


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