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December 2001


Demolition marks start of Blair Parade redevelopment (2001-12-04)

Haverhill News

WORK started today on the redevelopment Blair Parade with demolition of the former Standard pub in Queensway, Haverhill.

 

Go green and save money (2001-12-04)

Haverhill News

BUSINESS throughout the borough can learn how to find out to save money whilst still helping to save the environment at the annual meeting of the Green Business Forum.

 

321 group launched after multiple birth increase (2001-12-04)

Haverhill News

THE high number of multiple births in the Haverhill area has meant the launch of the 321 group.

 

Haverhill's bite of council tax to rise 3p a week (2001-12-06)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL Town Council is doubling its increase in precept for next year, but it will still cost most people less than 3p a week more.

 

Children tackle fun and filling fundraiser (2001-12-06)

Haverhill News

ONE OF the most popular sponsored events ever was held at the Cartwheels Playgroup in Haverhill this week when youngsters tucked into doughnuts to earn cash.

 

Festive fun at switch-on (2001-12-06)

Haverhill News

A DAZZLING display of Christmas lights was switched on in Haverhill last week to help get the festive season off to a lively start.

 

Referee misses Hayley's goal as U's are kept out (2001-12-06)

Haverhill News

NEW to the league this season and having recently strengthened their squad, Haverhill Uís are still the only team to beat league leaders Peterborough.

 

Hastings shows punching power (2001-12-06)

Haverhill News

HAVERHILL Amateur Boxing Club travelled the Holiday Inn Hotel Basildon where it saw their new up-and-coming junior Darren Hastings face local boy Kieth Austin, from Chelvadon amateur boxing club.

 

Traffic chaos to hit town (2001-12-09)

Haverhill News

A MAJOR PROJECT to replace the Swan Lane bridge in Haverhill town centre is to take place in February, amid fears that it could cause traffic chaos.

 

Volunteers sought to uphold council integrity (2001-12-12)

Haverhill News

Impartial volunteers with integrity are being sought by at St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

 

Suffolk top of the class (2001-12-13)

Haverhill News

Suffolk is one of the ten top education authorities according to a report published by Ofsted yesterday.

 

Ian meets his hero Shearer (2001-12-13)

Haverhill News

CHRISTMAS came early this year for one football made nine-year-old boy suffering from lung cancer.

 

Work starts on two new wheelchair bungalows (2001-12-16)

Haverhill News

WORK has begun on two bungalows, which will be fully accessible to people in wheelchairs.

 

Sport to give positive futures to youngsters (2001-12-16)

Haverhill News

YOUNGSTERS at Haverhill are to benefit from £5 million national scheme which uses sport to keep them away from crime and drugs.

 

Get the Christmas spirit with middle schools disco (2001-12-16)

Haverhill News

PARTY LOVING young people from Haverhill middle schools are invited to a Christmas disco this Friday.

 

Christmas advice from trading standards (2001-12-17)

Haverhill News

AS CHRISTMAS fast approaches, Suffolk Trading Standards are reminding consumers that have the same rights in the virtual world as they do in the High Street.

 

DRINK DRIVE CAMPAIGN: Tonight Iíll be Des (2001-12-17)

Haverhill News

PUBLICANS, councillors and Police are joining forces to promote this years Iíll be Des campaign in a bid to reduce Christmas drink drive offences.

 

Demolition heralds new car park (2001-12-17)

Haverhill News

BULLDOZERS are moving in to the former Cleales site, south of the High Street, Haverhill, to clear the area ready for it to be turned into a new town centre car park.

 

Council elects new leader (2001-12-18)

Haverhill News

Jane Hore has been elected the leader of Suffolk County Council following Chris Moleís election as MP for Ipswich.

 

Not so sweet warning from trading standards (2001-12-18)

Haverhill News

Trading standards has issued an urgent warning to to retailers, parents and children after sweets imported from Asia have been linked to 15 deaths abroad.

 

Only 12% of blankets pass safety tests (2001-12-26)

Haverhill News

ALMOST half the electric blankets tested by Suffolk Fire Service recently were so dangerous that they had to be destroyed. County wide 404 out of 831 blankets were destroyed.

 

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