A series of lunchtime concerts at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds begin next month with The Reduced History of Jazz, featuring Jeffery Wilson on clarinet and saxophone and John Human on keyboard and piano.
Highways and civil engineering contractor Graham has been working with Highways England, Blood Bike groups and contractors in a pioneering initiative to help Blood Bike riders reach their destinations safely during road closures in the East of England.
Imagine owning more than 200 pairs of shoes, and not feeling able to part with any of them, or having so many mountains of clothes that you have to house them in a lock-up storage unit miles away from your home.
The search is continuing for a purpose-built education centre and art gallery to house a renowned family art collection dedicated to rural life and the working horse in Suffolk after time ran out on raising money for an initial proposed site.
Ampton’s Dunston Harriers meeting was run on going described as on the quick side, but still provided some competitive racing and both trainers and jockeys were full of praise for the exceptional job done by clerk of the course Simon Stearn and his team.
Bury St Edmunds, on a three-game winning streak, have strengthened their squad still further this week by adding a couple of new players to their squad, ahead of today’s trip to mid-table Barnes in National League Two South.
Kieran Jarvis won the Senior men’s race at the Stow Scramble at Haughley Park after Eastern League rival James Madgwick fell while in the lead and – in a carbon-copy of their collision last week - Jarvis ran into him, writes Fergus Muir.
It was a busy golfing day in Suffolk on Sunday. The county men’s squad had their first winter get-together at Aldeburgh while the Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting was played at Bungay and Waveney Valley, writes Tony Garnett.