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Artists invited to enter Redgrave and Lopham Fen art exhibition

Local artists have been encouraged to enter their unique works into an art exhibition coming to Redgrave and Lopham Fen National Nature Reserve next month.

Eccles Primary School closes to students forever

A primary school in Eccles opened its doors to pupils for the last time ever on Wednesday, after Norfolk County Council determined it was “not sustainable in the long term” and consequently would have to close down.

Cross Keys pub in Redgrave embarking on charity cycle marathon

A group of cyclists from the Cross Keys in Redgrave will again embark on a 25-mile ride for charity.

Gissing Singers hunt for members

Gissing Singers are looking for new members to join their choir.

Work begins on new Diss Aldi store

Supermarket chain Aldi have confirmed an opening date for its new store in Diss.

Date set for annual Diss on View business fair

Diss Business Forum has announced the plans for its annual business fair, Diss on View.

Happy birthday Quackers Club!

Many happy returns to our Quackers Club members who are celebrating this week.

No quick fix in sight for A1066 traffic black spot in Diss

The long-running problems at a major traffic choke point in Diss look set to continue with the only viable permanent solution to the issue being described as expensive and time-consuming to bring in.

Music festival in Mendlesham raises over £10,000 for children’s medical charity

The Gig in the Garden music festival totted up more than £10,000 for children’s charity Action Medical Research on the weekend of July 12.

Crash victim William Smith of Mellis was ‘a friend to everyone’

Tributes have been paid to a man described as a “friend to everyone” who died in a road accident in Hoxne late on Monday.

Diss High School students win Diana Award

Two students from Diss High School have been presented with The Diana Award.

Hay fire on trailer in Redlingfield tackled by crews

A trailer carrying around ten tonnes of hay caught fire in Redlingfield last night.

South Norfolk Council purchases new fleet of cleaning vehicles

South Norfolk Council has purchased five new vehicles to help cleaning operations in the district.

£1,000-prize poetry competition returns to Diss

The Local Poem Competition returns to the Diss Express area for the second year, with a prize of £1,000 up for grabs.

Suffolk County Council appoints new school improvement director

A 22-year veteran of education and standards has been appointed as a new school improvement leader by Suffolk County Council in an ongoing endeavour to boost the quality of schools in the area.

North Suffolk community unit to make contingency plans for floods and emergencies

A community planning organisation has called on north Suffolk residents to convene in Earsham next Wednesday to draw up contingency plans for floods, power outages and other emergencies that may crop up in the future.

Harleston pupil gifts £300 talent show prize to school

A Year 7 Harleston pupil earned £300 for her school after winning a talent show at South Norfolk on Show.

Paddy and Scotts coffee shop opening in Framlingham

A Suffolk-based coffee shop chain has announced that its next café will open in Framlingham between September and October.

Diss dance school meets Diversity

A local dance school was recently given the chance to meet one of the UK’s most popular dance groups during a visit to their Essex studios.

From Norfolk to Mongolia in a Renault 5

Sam Scott is currently pushing his Renault 5 to the limit on a trip from England to Mongolia as part of the 2014 Mongol Rally.

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