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May 2001


Town roads are dangerous (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

Haverhill Town Council believe that many of the Town's roads and paths are dangerous, with large potholes and uneven surfaces. The Town Clerk has been asked to compile an album of photographs of the ...

 

Beetlemania lies at heart of class drama (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

SIXTH FORM students will soon be channelling all their energies into a production of Metamorphosis.

 

Town's crime levels plunge in clampdown (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

CRIME levels in Haverhill have dropped by 11.5 per cent against last year.

 

Death-crash driver fined (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

AN ALLEGED drink-driver walked free from court after admitting careless driving in an accident in which three teenagers died and one was seriously injured.

 

Area hospitals trial patient link service (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

PATIENTS and carers are set to be given more say in the running of health trusts with a new healthcare liaison service.

 

Global glassful at pub (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

DRINKERS in Haverhill were given a chance to tempt their tastebuds with an unusual range of beers at a pub festival.

 

Play centre hails parent job success (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

A CHILDCARE centre in Haverhill has enabled more than 30 parents to start work or training ≠ and is aiming to expand.

 

Haverhill final agony (2001-05-03)

Haverhill News

TRIES in stoppage time at the end of the first half and at full time ultimately cost Haverhill victory.

 

Troupe leader escapes jail (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

A HAVERHILL woman who stole £5,500 from a majorette troupe was spared a prison sentence because of her mitigating circumstances, a court was told.

 

Brothers get go-ahead for new fitness centre (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

FITNESS fanatics in Haverhill will soon be working up a sweat in a new health and fitness centre in the town.

 

Special needs groups receive £30,000 award (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

A HAVERHILL charity which helps pupils with special educational needs has received £30,000 from the Department of Education and Employment.

 

Teachers finally get threshold payments (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

TEACHERS in Suffolk are finally reaping the benefit of payments due under the threshold pay scheme which the Government set up last year.

 

Andrew walks his way to medal (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

A KEEN speedwalker has scooped a bronze medal for his achievement in the inter-counties race-walking championships.

 

MP joins in with fun (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

TODDLERS were given a helping hand when Richard Spring MP paid a visit to Hamlet Croft Pre-School playgroup.

 

Diocese 'spiralling debt' claim denied (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

CLAIMS that the Diocese of St Edmunsbury and Ipswich was heading a debt of more than £760,000 by 2005 have been rebutted.

 

Philip's pedal power raises plenty of cash (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

A KEEN cyclist fighting skin cancer covered 52 miles to raise money for charity.

 

Rovers lift cup after thriller (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

A WINNING goal from Haverhill Rovers striker Paul Jenkin just six minutes from the end of extra-time gave the King the silver.

 

Children overcome obstacles (2001-05-10)

Haverhill News

YOUNGSTERS at a Haverhlll playgroup have earned themselves a new reading area by being sponsored to tackle an obstacle course.

 

Election race kicks off (2001-05-14)

Haverhill News

AFTER months of speculation and anticipation the race for Labour's second term in Government is on with dissolving of Parliament today. For the Suffolk West seat, which includes Haverhill there are fo...

 

England call-up for Andrew, 11 (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

AN eleven-year-old Haverhill athlete will represent England in under 12 race-walking.

 

Competition hots up for 'winnable seat' (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

WEST SUFFOLK is the constituency of both Newmarket and Haverhill, as well as the villages of Mildenhall, Lakenheath and Brandon.

 

Praise as leisure wins star rating (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

PRAISE has been given to the range of leisure facilitess and events offered by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

 

Teachers swot up on IT as pupils relive the war years (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

PUPILS at a Haverhill primary school will be picking their teachers' brains after members of staff completed a training course in IT.

 

Check out new scheme to help people saveÖ (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

A SCHEME to encourage people to save has been launched at Haverhill's Co-op store.

 

Bogus worker steals cash from pensioner (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

AN ELDERLY woman had cash stolen for her home by a man claiming to be from a gas company.

 

'Misery' of people living near dump (2001-05-17)

Haverhill News

RESIDENTS in Haverhill's Chalkstone area claim their lives have been made a misery by noise and smells from a dump behind their homes.

 

Girl soccer aces meet their match (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

GIRLS from a Haverhill school, juggling football and exams narrowly failed to win the final of a national soccer competition.

 

Homes and roads plan wins backing (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

A BLUEPRINT outlining plans for housing, road building and the environment in the Haverhill area has been backed by councillors.

 

Children step out for week (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

CHILDREN at a school in Haverhill are letting their feet do the talking.

 

Close call for church extension (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

A FEW prayers had to be said before a £90,000 extension to a church in Haverhill could be opened this week.

 

Fred is presented with his MBE (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

A MAN from the Haverhill area rubbed shoulders with royalty when he was made an MBE by HRH Prince Charles.

 

Businesses get chance to learn about going green (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

BUSINESSES in the Haverhill area are being invited to share their green secrets.

 

Alexa erupts with joy at 'volcano' success (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

A YOUNG hairdresser from Haverhill is celebrating success in a national competition.

 

Haverhill is to stage Blue Riband (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

The date is set and the route has been finalised. Now Cambridge (Town and County) Cycling Club are waiting for entries to flood in for the highlight of their centenary year -- the RTTC's 25-mile Champ...

 

We were pretty awesome, insists skipper (2001-05-24)

Haverhill News

DELIGHTED Haverhill skipper Steve Jones described his side as "pretty awesome" as they romped to a stunning 152-run victory against Abberton.

 

Rachel loses cancer fight (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

CANCER sufferer Rachel Farrant, who helped and inspired others, has lost her fight for life.

 

Hostel bids farewell to manager (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

THERE was a big send-off for a New Zealander who has made a quite an impression in Haverhill.

 

Soccer girl's England call (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

A HAVERHILL girl has two trials for an England women's football team, if she can fit them into her schedule.

 

Housing estate art project lands £12,000 grant award (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

AN ARTS project has received an award to brighten up a Haverhill housing estate.

 

Parents go back to school (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

CLEMENTS Primary School in Haverhill opened its doors to parents for the morning on Monday.

 

Town mourns death of news man aged 71 (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

A REPORTER described as the major newsman in Haverhill has died at the age of 71.

 

Itís official, Harry is now the top coach (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL Town is to be coached next season by a UEFA qualified coach.

 

S-Club heaven for Jones as young stars make their captain's day (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

TEENAGE tail-enders Adam Smith and Ben Salter made absent skipper Steve Jones reach up for the stars as Haverhill won a thriller at East Bergholt.

 

Medal delight for West Suffolk four (2001-05-31)

Haverhill News

FOUR of West Suffolk's seven athletes at the championships returned with medals as the club enjoyed unprecedented success.

 

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