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August 2000


Crackdown on drinkers (2000-08-03)

Haverhill News

POLICE in West Suffolk are getting tough with under-age drinkers as they launch “Operation Hooch.”

 

Speed concern tops town list (2000-08-03)

Haverhill News

SPEEDING vehicles and lack of parking space are two of the main concerns identified so far in a major transport study taking place in Haverhill.

 

Estate's facelift project (2000-08-03)

Haverhill News

RESIDENTS in Haverhill are transforming part of the Clements estate in an arts and environment project.

 

Rovers new boss is upbeat (2000-08-03)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL Rovers continue their pre-season campaign on Saturday with a trip to Jewson League Premier Division side Stowmarket Town.

 

Victim sets up (2000-08-03)

Haverhill News

A VICTIM who recovered from a horrific accident has set up his own website recounting his experiences in the hope it may offer encouragement to others.

 

Building firm facing court (2000-08-10)

Haverhill News

DEVELOPERS of a Haverhill housing estate are facing prosecution for a second time after leaving work undone.

 

Plan for credit union approved (2000-08-10)

Haverhill News

A CREDIT union is to be established in Haverhill to give people the chance to save and borrow money without paying interest.

 

Rover and out on the summer training field (2000-08-10)

Haverhill News

PAUL Goodman is a hard taskmaster. It might still seem like the middle of summer, but the new manager of Haverhill will not let his side ease into the new campaign.

 

Operation Hornet adds a sting to police swoop (2000-08-10)

Haverhill News

POLICE swooped on homes of suspected burglars in a string of early-morning raids last week.

 

High-tech supermum (2000-08-17)

Haverhill News

BUSY mum and night worker Maxine Collins, of Haverhill, has been nominated for an outstanding student award after managing to fit studying into her hectic life.

 

Puppet paradise delights tiny tots (2000-08-17)

Haverhill News

THE RABBIT Redford came to Haverhill with a host of tricks up his sleeve.

 

Scheme on track to help youngsters (2000-08-17)

Haverhill News

A SEVEN-YEAR On Track scheme to keep young people on the straight and narrow is taking shape in Haverhill.

 

Leaders succumb to Thake and Co... (2000-08-17)

Haverhill News

WEST Suffolk Athletic Club strengthened their bid for promotion from Division Four of the Southern Womens League when they beat runaway leaders Muswell Hill North London in their own back yard.

 

Grrreat news for Dawn (2000-08-17)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL swimmer Dawn Jason had a good weekend at the National Age Group Championships in Coventry taking both a silver and bronze medal.

 

Actors create a play day (2000-08-23)

Haverhill News

BUDDING actors and actresses visited Haverhill Arts Centre to put together a play in a day.

 

Post Office to shut down (2000-08-24)

Haverhill News

A VILLAGE seems set to be without a Post Office unless new premises and a new postmaster are found within a month.

 

Classic way to view motorbikes (2000-08-24)

Haverhill News

Motorcyde enthusiasts from across the country came to Shudy Camps to view a line-up of gleaming machines.

 

Extra councillors proposed (2000-08-24)

Haverhill News

MORE councillors for Haverhill are proposed in an electoral review of St Edmundsbury, on which people throughout the borough are invited to comment.

 

Green light for new site (2000-08-24)

Haverhill News

PLANS for a huge industrial and warehouse unit at Haverhill have been approved by planners despite objections from villagers at nearby Sturmer.

 

Taylor Wows Brands Hatch (2000-08-24)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL track star Gerry Taylor earned accolades for his fighting spirit at Brands Hatch, Kent, over the weekend when he took part in several races at the Caterham Festival.

 

Festival hits the spot... (2000-08-31)

Haverhill News

THIRSTY drinkers found plenty to tempt them at Haverhill Rugby Club at the weekend when a second annual beer festival was held.

 

Rampage on town estate (2000-08-31)

Haverhill News

VANDALS have caused more than £2,000 of damage to flats on the Clements Estate which were due to be let to new tenants.

 

Pub landlord hits back at noise protests (2000-08-31)

Haverhill News

A PUB licensee has hit back after neighbours complained about latenight noise.

 

Ryall's really flying (2000-08-31)

Haverhill News

LINTON VC pupil Michael Ryall fought his way from 15th to third to secure a podium finish in the final of the Formula TKA Festival (for 13 to 16-year-olds) at Kimbolton.

 

Lord of the Manor sells up in a stink (2000-08-31)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL'S Lord of the Manor has sold the house he never lived in — after being driven away by the town’s smell problem.

 

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