St Nicholas' Hospice Cup arranged (2002-06-06)
The dates and games of Haverhill Rovers' St Nicholas' Hospice Cup matches have now been finalised.
Rovers programme cover - vote now ! (2002-06-06)
It is now possible to vote for next season's Haverhill Rovers programme cover online.
Leisure holiday bargains set to return (2002-06-06)
Just days after returning to power cut price leisure centre admissions are to return for children in the summer holidays and senior citizens.
Organisers reveal line up for annual show (2002-06-06)
Final touches are being put in place for Haverhill’s big event of the year, the Haverhill Show, which will take place on Sunday, July 7.
Support group’s invite to picnic (2002-06-06)
Childminders at Haverhill have set up their own support group with the help of a £150 grant from Haverhill Town Council.
Gift for twin town with love (2002-06-06)
Artist Alan Attlsey has a special reason to be grateful for town twinning links between Haverhill and Ehringhausen in Germany, because he met his wife on one.
Uncertain future for rock contest (2002-06-06)
Despite turning away the crowds from the final of the annual Haverhill Rock contest, it’s future is now in doubt because of the behaviour of a minority.
Anyone for tennis at free club day sessions (2002-06-06)
Haverhill Tennis Club is holding a free tennis day for young and old at its courts next to Haverhill Leisure Centre on Saturday, June 15.
Library service to get helping hand (2002-06-06)
As part of the national campaign to encourage people top donate some time back into their community, Haverhill MP Richard Spring will lend a helping hand to the Home Library Service.
New service to benefit elderly and immobile (2002-06-06)
A new service has launched in Haverhill allowing shoppers to do their weekly shop and then have delivered direct to their door.
Residents urged to force by-election (2002-06-07)
An independent councillor is reminding residents of Haverhill of their democratic right to vote after two vacancies arose on Haverhill Town Council.
New Rovers web site launched (2002-06-11)
The Rovers web site was redesigned and (kind of) relaunched on Monday.
Wine firm wins council backing (2002-06-11)
JOBS look to have been secured after a thriving Clare wine company was given long-term permission to continue storage and distribution operations from a purpose-built warehouse.
‘Fame school’ to be set up for kids (2002-06-13)
Budding child stars will be able to learn drama, dance and singing when a new Performing Arts Stage School is launched in Haverhill.
Marilyn triumphs at the double (2002-06-13)
COMPETING in two events at the same time did not prove too much for Haverhill's Marilyn Anness as she helped West Suffolk Athletic Club remain unbeaten in the Southern Women's League.
Council tax victory for pair (2002-06-13)
A COUPLE billed for two lots of Council Tax because of flood damage to their home have been told they will not now have to pay both.
Haverhill Echo editor dies (2002-06-13)
John Berroll, who was editor of the Haverhill Echo for 21 years, has died at the age of 65.
Join our team says town's first woman firefighter (2002-06-13)
Tina Henderson, Haverhill's first female firefighter, is hoping to persuade other women and men to join her in taking up the job.
Workshops for borough growth (2002-06-17)
A workshop is to be held in Haverhill to gather the views over plans for growth in the borough over the next 15 years.
Councillors pay hike (2002-06-18)
Plans which would see a Borough Councillors basic allowance to jump almost 200 per cent have been defended by the new council leader.
Sex attack to feature on Crimewatch (2002-06-19)
The attempted rape of a middle aged woman at Haverhill’s Burton End Primary school last month is to feature on the BBC’s Crimewatch programme next week.
Plan for better bus services (2002-06-20)
A radical review of Haverhill’s transport infrastructure is under way with plans for better bus services and safer roads.
“We lost our way” (2002-06-20)
Haverhill lost out to Woolpit, losing their top-of-the-table clash by six wickets after becoming bogged down in mid innings.
Cyclist snatches woman’s purse (2002-06-20)
A woman had her purse snatched by a man on a bicycle in Haverhil.
Police are to adopt new shift system (2002-06-20)
New shift patterns have been adopted by officers working in Haverhill, aimed at enhancing community policing in the town.
CAB to tackle its own problems (2002-06-20)
A rising workload and an office which is not accessible to staff or clients in wheelchairs are still the main problems facing Haverhill’s Citizen’s Advice Bureau.
Festival hits the street (2002-06-20)
A packed fortnight of festival fun kicked off in Haverhill on Saturday with a line-up of local, national and international talent on offer.
Tennis day is smash hit (2002-06-20)
Wimbledon fever arrived early in Haverhlll as budding tennis stars took to the courts to enjoy an open day.
Young Abbott joins City (2002-06-20)
Marc Abbott will join 12 other young soccer hopefuls at Cambridge City’s youth academy when they begin pre-season training at the start of next month.