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7 April 2022

Terry Dearly's Terrible Tales of Moyse's Hall Museum

Renowned author and creator of the Horrible Histories stories has written a book celebrating the grotty history of Suffolk, especially for Moyse's Hall Museum.

6 April 2022

HAF happy, active children this Easter holiday

Film making, adventure, creative arts, sports, swimming and outdoor cooking are among the free, fun activities on offer to families from West Suffolk Council and partners this Easter school holidays.

5 April 2022

Guide to help you grow your business at West Suffolk markets

It’s a great opportunity to turn creative hobbies into livelihoods and to further grow kitchen top business – and now there’s even more support for new market traders.

5 April 2022

Makers Markets Make Their Return in 2022

The popular and vibrant Makers Markets returned to Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill on the weekend and will be back in Newmarket on Saturday 9 April.

4 April 2022

Cornhill marks milestone as countdown to completion begins

A major milestone in an important Bury St Edmunds town centre redevelopment, has been celebrated as the project begins its countdown to completion.

23 March 2022

It’s time to have you say on package of taxi proposals

Taxi drivers and customers are being urged to have their say on a proposed package of licensing policy changes intended to support both the trade and residents.

21 March 2022

Cabinet agree 'very significant' concerns over solar farm proposals

A meeting of West Suffolk Cabinet has agreed there are very significant concerns over proposals for a solar farm planned to be built partly in the district and East Cambridgeshire.

18 March 2022

Floral tribute area for the people of Ukraine

People can now lay flowers in part of the Abbey Gardens in Bury St Edmunds in tribute to those killed in Ukraine.

18 March 2022

Court order bans anti-social resident from their own home in Bury St Edmunds

A Bury St Edmunds resident has been banned from their own home for at least three months after work to tackle anti-social behaviour.

17 March 2022

Campaign urges households to recycle glass properly

Residents across Suffolk are being encouraged to get behind a campaign calling for people to recycle glass properly. Suffolk Waste Partnership (SWP) is launching ‘Glass – It’s Better in The Bank’, a 12-week campaign aimed at getting people to stop putting glass in their household recycling bins and to use a bottle bank instead.