Weird & Wacky

Greeniversity is starting a new knitting class, the Sudbury branch is one of only a handful across the country of the Greeniverity teaching people green skills. Left to right, Laura Laurence and Joanne Main.

Wartime ethos of make-do-and-mend is being revived in Suffolk

Young people are keen to learn skills that were popular during the ‘make-do-and-mend’ era following the Second World War, a new survey has revealed.

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Bluebell Avenue, Bury St Edmunds

Gallery: Signs of spring seen all over Suffolk - we list our top 10 seasonal road names

Life is always rosey for the residents of the county’s freshest, colourful-sounding road names.

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Shawn Leek is running 7 marathons in 7 days, ending with the London Marathon, to raise funds for St Helena Hospice.

Shawn gets number one under his belt as he embarks on seven marathons in seven days

A runner taking on seven marathons in seven days in aid of charity has said he is glad to get the first 26.2 miles under his belt.

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Race for Life fundraise with a Zumba flash mob in the Ipswich Cornhill on Sunday, 19 April.

Video/Gallery: Zumba flash mob drums up support for Ipswich Race for Life

Around 50 impromptu dancers wowed crowds on Ipswich’s Cornhill with their Zumba moves yesterday afternoon.

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Christine Pilsworth and Karen Edwards are celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Tourist Information Centre being in St Stephen's Church, in Ipswich.

Where is Ipswich’s Nik Kershaw museum and is bacon allowed on the Isle of Wight? Oddest questions asked at Ipswich’s TIC

It has won numerous awards, helped people even after they have left the town and fielded some quite bizarre suggestions.

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