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A team of nine B&Q employees from across the UK set off from Bury St Edmunds yesterday on the second leg of a 700-mile cycle-athon.

United Kingdom

Martin Bell, world-renowned war correspondent, author and lecturer and former MP, is returning to Bury St Edmunds with the words of his former adjutant ringing in his ears.

House of Commons

A fundraising concert is being held in Bury St Edmunds to help raise money for the critical care unit at the West Suffolk Hospital following treatment they gave to a ladder fall victim.

West Suffolk Hospital

The former premises of Lloyds Bank, in Bury St Edmunds, looks set to be developed for new homes in the town.

St Edmundsbury Borough Council

An innovative new pilot scheme to immerse children in science has been launched in Suffolk primary schools with plans to expand across East Anglia.

Nikos Savvas

A popular children’s festival which aims to promote arts for everyone in the region is returning for a fourth year.

Bath

A new project to preserve the history of Saint Edmund and Bury’s medieval abbey is soon to be launched in the town.

Joanna Rayner

Ben Chenery believes his Bury Town side still have more to offer, despite last Saturday’s 6-1 home win against Tilbury and the midweek victory at Norwich United.

Ben Chenery

Horticultural enthusiasts in Bury St Edmunds are celebrating after the town scooped a host of awards at the prestigious Anglia in Bloom contest – including best overall entry.

Abbey Gardens

The FA Vase starts tomorrow with a number of local teams involved in the competition’s First Qualifying Round.

Haverhill Borough

Haunted pianos, naturists, celebrities and a wife as well. Pianos have given Peter Tryon, from Drinkstone in Suffolk, quite a life. He told Liz Nice all about it

St Mary's Church

A solicitor specialising in asbestos-related disease cases says the number of school teachers, health care professionals and DIY enthusiasts making claims has risen in recent years.

Bury

Suffolk churches are embracing the cashless revolution in a bid to halt declining donations, with contactless and card payments being trialed.

Anglican Church

A father has told of the horror he felt after seeing his daughter’s totalled Ford Ka (pictured) at the side of the A134, Bury St Edmunds.

Suffolk police

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