Wes proves a natural at body-building (2011-05-03)
Haverhill leisure attendant Wesley Purkiss is limbering up to take part in two national body-building competitions this year.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-05-03)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for thew week beginning Friday, May 6.
Parents of children at Catholic schools will probably not now face a massive increase in the cost of school transport due to a county council cut.
Havebury Housing Partnership tenants are being urged to join a new panel to help spend £300,000 on improving the areas in which they live.
Burglars take no notice of holiday week (2011-05-04)
Burglars were busy in Havetrhill last week, with several houses being targeted.
Junior golfer lifts Foundation Cup (2011-05-04)
Over the bank holiday weekend, the first major of the year, the Foundation Cup, was contested at Haverhill Golf Club. The event was open to all sections of club with a max handicap limit of 18 for men...
Building work starts on £1m new Catholic church (2011-05-06)
The first purpose-built Catholic church to be built in Haverhill is going ahead following ten years of fund raisinmg and seven years of detailed planning.
Be on your guard against garden thieves (2011-05-06)
Suffolk police are investigating a spate of thefts of ornaments, plants and equipment from gardens across West Suffolk since Easter.
Students put together free musical extravaganza (2011-05-06)
Pupils at a Haverhill senior school will be putting together a wide range of free musical entertainment next week.
Police warn after spate of motor-bike thefts (2011-05-09)
Police have warned motor-bike owners in Haverhill to be on their guard after a recent spate of thefts.
Computer museum gets backing from Microsoft Research (2011-05-09)
Microsoft Research is the latest high-profile business to back the computer museum founded in Haverhill but now heading for Cambridge.
College heads to talk to town business people (2011-05-09)
The two head teachers spearheading the education revolution in Haverhill will be talking to local businesses about it this month.
Thieves target handbags and purses (2011-05-09)
Handbags and purses have been targeted by thieves in Haverhill over the last few days.
Haverthill Angling Club news (2011-05-09)
With one of the best springs I can remember, it's time to get out and target those big brown things that live in your local puddles!... well that's what some anglers refer to when speaking about the c...
Girl, 13, followed by man in the street (2011-05-10)
Police are investigating an incident where a man followed a 13-year-old girl in Cambridge Way, Haverhill on Friday afternoon.
Council and police take action over tree damage (2011-05-10)
The council has appealed to users of Haverhill's Recreation Ground not to damage the trees which surround it.
Evening session of catalytic converter marking (2011-05-10)
Drivers who want to protect their trucks or vans from catalytic converter thieves have another chance available to have them marked, this time at an evening session.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-05-10)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, May 13.
Ladies celebrate special day at golf club (2011-05-10)
Lady vice-captain Doreen Darbey organised the Ladies Invitation Day which was held at Haverhill on Thursday, May 5.
Labour takes over town council after drawn election (2011-05-11)
Labour has re-taken control of Haverhill Town Council for the first time since 2003, thanks to the absence of one Conservatice councillor who was on holiday for the annual meeting last night.
Skimming devices found on high street cash machines (2011-05-11)
Police are investigating after skimming devices were found on cash machines in Haverhill High Street.
Annual public meeting lasts just four minutes (2011-05-11)
Haverhill's yearly town meeting passed off last night in just four minutes as no members of the public had any issues to raise.
Council prepares to decide fate of care homes (2011-05-12)
The fate of care homes in Suffolk, including Haverhill's Place Court, will be decided this month.
Haverhill's new football stadium has begun to attract anti-social behaviour from young eople getting in at night and leaving broken glass on the main pitch.
A community interest company may be set up to support organisations which take over libraries in Suffolk.
Classic American musical comes to town stage (2011-05-16)
One of the classic musical shows of all time arrives at Haverhill Arts Centre tomorrow, all the way from the pioneering west of America.
A beauty salon carried off the top award at Haverhill's glitzy 2011 Business Awards on Saturday nght.
Ice-cream machine stolen in kiosk burglary (2011-05-17)
Thieves broke into the kiosk on Haverhill Recreation Ground early this morning and stole an ice-cream-making machine.
Shopper has purse stolen from bag in Tesco (2011-05-17)
A woman had her purse stolen from her shoulder bag at Tesco in Haverhill on Friday.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-05-17)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, May 20.
Runaway Lyn finishes eight shots clear (2011-05-17)
It was a runaway victory for Lyn Fish on Saturday, May 7, in the Ladies Medal at Haverhill Golf Club, where she finished an incredible eight shots clear of her nearest rival.
Police issue warning after 65 battery thefts (2011-05-18)
Police are urging the public to be vigilant following a number of thefts of batteries across West Suffolk since the start of April.
On Monday seven local students from Haverhill area schools were presented with framed certificates and awards by Duncan Howlett, the president of Haverhill and District Rotary Club.
Boy, 17, charged with lead theft from garage rooves (2011-05-18)
A boy has been charged with the theft of lead from garages in Norton Road in Haverhill on Monday night.
The new Mayor of St Edmundsbury has begun his term of office following his election at the mayor-making meeting of St Edmundsbury Borough Council today.
Unemployed tenants of Haverhill's biggest housing provider, Havebury Housing Partnership, are being invited to take part in free IT taster sessions to improve their job prospects.
Re-elected councillors start up surgeries again (2011-05-19)
Re-elected Haverhill councillors on St Edmundsbury Borough Council Anne Gower and Karen Richardson will be holding their advice surgeries again.
Town pulls together to help young unemployed (2011-05-20)
Representatives of the public, private and voluntary sectors gathered in Haverhill this morning to launch a new project to support the town's young unemployed.
Haverhill Leisure Centre mascot Scales the Dragon dropped in to Coupals Primary School on Wednesday to reward children who have been studying for tests.
Community picnic aims to bring families together (2011-05-20)
To celebrate National Family Week a free community picnic, full of family fun, is being held from 11am to 3pm on Wednesday, June 1, at Chalkstone Community Centre.
A Haverhill woman is looking for volunteers to help with a major charity event in the town in July to raise money for wounded service people.
Foster carers rewarded for their dedication (2011-05-23)
A Haverhill couple were among proud foster carers from all walks of life who gathered yesterday to receive awards for their incredible dedication to supporting and protecting some of the most vulnerab...
Catalytic converter marking session proves a hit (2011-05-23)
The latest session of catalytic converter marking by Haverhill police in the town proved hugely successful, thanks to the new idea of holding it in the evening.
Winners proved they were the best of Haverhill (2011-05-23)
Five of the 13 awards at this year's Haverhill Business Awards were won by members of the bestof Haverhill, and the marketing company won the start-up business award.
Flasher jumps out of bushes on a Sunday morning (2011-05-23)
Police are appealing for information after a man exposed himself in the street to a 37-year-old woman early on Sunday morning.
Silver band shows its champion class (2011-05-23)
The opening flourish of The Champions set the pace and mood of Haverhill Silver Band’s concert on Sunday evening at Haverhill Arts Centre.
Joined-up education explained to town businesses (2011-05-24)
The way in which educational changes are leading to joined-up schooling in Haverhill was explained to town businesses last week by those leading the way - the town's two senior head teachers.
Pupils from Castle Manor college in Haverhill have been closely involved in drawing up a new countywide resource to tackle drug and alcohol misuse.
Man charged under Firearms Act (2011-05-24)
A man has been charged under the Firearms Act following warrants executed in Haverhill and over the bortder in Cambridgeshire last month, and a search of a property last year.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-05-24)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, May 27.
Syd win sees his handicap trimmed. (2011-05-24)
The Men’s May Stableford was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Thursday, May 19. Winning overall with an incredible 45pts was Syd Gould, who has subsequently had his handicap trimmed by two shots to 17...
Suffolk County Council is leading the campaign to secure better broadband for the county.
Visiting bus brings opportunity of free health check (2011-05-25)
NHS Suffolk’s health bus will be calling in Haverhill on June 4 – and everyone is invited on board for a journey that could change your life.
County chairman hands over charity cash (2011-05-25)
The chairman of Suffolk County Council, Cllr Eddy Alcock, today presented cheques totalling £5,856 to representatives of his two chosen charities - money raised during his year in office.
Activity programme for young disabled relaunched (2011-05-26)
A programme of exciting social activities for young people with disabilities is being re-launched in Haverhill next month.
New council leader sounds a more conciliatory note (2011-05-26)
The new leader of Suffolk County Council has announced a pulling back from its controversial programme of divestment of services.
Gang of four burgle business premises (2011-05-27)
Police are asking for help in catching four men who burgled a business premises in Helions Bumpstead Road overnight on Wednesday to yesterday and stole tools.
Young people across Suffolk are being asked to keep celebrations safe as many students approach the end of their exams and reach the end of the school term.
End of the road for long-standing coach company (2011-05-31)
A coach company which has been a part of Haverhill life for over 60 years has gone into administration.
Church celebrates Derek's 50 years as a preacher (2011-05-31)
Sunday was a very special day in the life of Haverhill Methodist Church as one of its members celebrated his 50th anniversary of becoming an accredited Methodist local preacher (lay preacher).
Lady vice-captain clinches cup win (2011-05-31)
Haverhill lady golfers were drawn against Ufford Park in the preliminary round of the Cranworth. They played on neutral ground at Ipswich Golf Club (Purdis).