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Happy Towel Day
Happy Towel Day
Today is Towel Day. Read why it exists & why is stonemason Neil Luxton holding a towel with Winnie The Pooh on it?
On 4th July, our friends across the pond, celebrate Independence Day. There may be many that don't realise one of their nation's early settlers, originated from Edwardstone just a few miles from Sudbury
Students at a school named after one of the country’s famous artists have begun benefitting from an exclusive gallery space in the heart of their building.
Between 1914 and 1918, from the Suffolk village of Hartest, which lies eight miles from Sudbury, a group of men went to war. Ordinary men, butchers, farmers and carpenters went to serve their country.
St Patrick's Day is celebrated in hundreds of countries across the world – including England – but the Welsh patron saint's day is often overlooked.
Wolf and Crown
Wolf and Crown
Wolf and Crown Sculpture on Southgate Green roundabout commissioned by Bury in Bloom.
An ambitious scheme to boost creative industries in Ipswich has been officially launched. More than 150 guests attended an event at the Town Hall to hear from the partners behind the scheme.
Lowestoft Museum is entering Suffolk Museum of the year awards.
Ipswich is gearing up for a fabulous festival weekend – with two big FREE events set to attract tens of thousands of people.
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