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October 2011


Work begins soon on 'intelligent' street lighting system (2011-10-03)

Haverhill News

Work starts this month to fit the system which will see large areas of street lighting in Haverhill turned off late at night.

 

Cigarette machines are now illegal (2011-10-03)

Haverhill News

Suffolkís Trading Standards team is reminding pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants across the county that selling cigarettes in vending machines directly to the public is now entirely illegal.

 

New MENTA boss to speak about agency's future (2011-10-04)

Haverhill News

The new boss of Suffolk Enterprise Agency MENTA will be giving a talk to Haverhill business people next week.

 

The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-10-04)

Haverhill News

Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhjill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, October 7.

 

Good weather reflected in course scores (2011-10-04)

Haverhill News

The Menís IFF Challenge was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, September 27 and, with the recent spell of good weather and the excellent condition of the golf course, both factors were reflec...

 

Good win, but could have been a lot more (2011-10-04)

Haverhill News

SUFFOLK MERIT LEAGUE, DIVISION ONE: Woodbridge 2nd XV 0 Haverhill 1st XV 43. Match report.

 

Residents take Hamlet Croft housing fears to council (2011-10-05)

Haverhill News

About 30 Hamlet Road residents packed into Haverhill Town Council's meeting last night to register their protests about plans for housing to be built on the former Haverhill Rovers football ground, Ha...

 

New volunteer scheme floated to help police (2011-10-06)

Haverhill News

A Haverhill policeman trying to put together a Streetwatch scheme in the town received encouragement from town and county councillors in his search for funding this week.

 

Battle goes on over future of Place Court (2011-10-06)

Haverhill News

Town councillors are to continue their campaign for a public meeting in Haverhill about the future of Place Court care home, despite their recent petition failing to change county council policy.

 

Council wants to hear young people's transport gripes (2011-10-10)

Haverhill News

Any young people who have difficulties caused by lack of transport are being urged to put their views to Suffolk County Council through an on-line questionnaire.

 

New networking event gets off to a lively start (2011-10-10)

Haverhill News

A new networking event launched in Haverhill this week received a warm reception from local business people.

 

Council offices remain open during refurbishment (2011-10-11)

Haverhill News

Refurbishment work started yesterday on Haverhill's council offices in Lower Downs Slade, to accommodate Suffolk County Council offices as well.

 

New accountancy service for sole traders (2011-10-11)

Haverhill News

Haverhill accountants and business advisors Paul Donno & Co Ltd are launching a new accountancy service specifically aimed at 'micro' businesses, operating as sole traders.

 

The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-10-11)

Haverhill News

Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, October 14.

 

Golfer Marion finishes seven shots clear (2011-10-11)

Haverhill News

The Ladies Medal, played on Wednesday, October 5, at Haverhill Golf Club, was won by Marion Kendall who finished an amazing seven shots clear of her nearest rival, with a score of 92-24-68.

 

Area of town identified as suitable for large executive homes (2011-10-12)

Haverhill News

Large executive homes for Haverhill could only be built in an area of the town where those who could afford them would feel 'comfortable' to live, Haverhill town councillors were told last night.

 

New life for fire-damaged former carpet shop (2011-10-12)

Haverhill News

A fire-damaged building in Haverhill High Street which has lain derelict for several years is likely to get a new lease of life soon.

 

Still time to have your say on county council spending (2011-10-13)

Haverhill News

Residents, businesses and community groups in west Suffolk are being urged make their voices heard in the county councilís budget consultation.

 

Call for mini-roundabout at entrance to new research park (2011-10-13)

Haverhill News

Town councillors are unhappy about the access arrangements for Haverhill's planned research park at Hanchet End and are to ask for a mini-roundabout to be included.

 

New police chief is delighted to be back (2011-10-17)

Haverhill News

A new police chief has taken over in Haverhill today, but it is more of a homecoming for Insp Peter Ferrie, who spent ten years here as a PC.

 

Copacabana promises a dazzling musical show (2011-10-17)

Haverhill News

The music of Barry Manilow and the story of Lola, the showgirl from the Copacabana Club comes to Haverhill Arts Centre Stage from tomorrow until Saturday.

 

Businessman holds out against latest plans to close High Street (2011-10-18)

Haverhill News

Plans to close Haverhill High Street to traffic during the day all week would put one of its biggest stakeholders out of business, councillors heard this morning.

 

The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-10-18)

Haverhill News

Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, October 21.

 

Haverhill book a place in Plate final (2011-10-18)

Haverhill News

SUFFOLK PLATE, SEMI-FINAL: Haverhill 1st XV 65 Hadleigh 1st XV 20. Match report.

 

Cash for disadvantaged children precedes education secretary's visit (2011-10-19)

Haverhill News

Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds in Haverhill will benefit from the new pupil premiums announced by education secretary Michael Gove, who will be visiting the town on Friday.

 

New careline launched to give the vulnerable peace of mind (2011-10-19)

Haverhill News

Suffolk Careline, a new service that will enable vulnerable Suffolk residents to call for immediate assistance at the touch of a button, was launched yesterday by Suffolk County Council.

 

End of an era as Co-op finally announces closure (2011-10-20)

Haverhill News

The end of an era in Haverhill comes for the Co-op when its Jubilee Walk store closes down on November 26.

 

Business start-ups on the increase in town (2011-10-20)

Haverhill News

Haverhill is seeing an increase in new businesses starting up despite the economic climate, business people were told this morning by the new chief of Suffolk's enterprise agency Menta.

 

Education secretary impressed with town schools (2011-10-24)

Haverhill News

The achievements of Haverhill's two senior schools were celebrated on Friday morning in a visit by the Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove.

 

Chamber and MP identify A1307 improvements as top priority (2011-10-24)

Haverhill News

Achieving complete dualling of the A1307 from Haverhill to Cambridge is one of the top priorities of Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, business people were told on Friday.

 

PC hurt in aftermath of Friday night street fracas (2011-10-25)

Haverhill News

A Haverhill policeman is likely to be off work until Christmas after having his shoulder dislocated while trying to arrest a teenager in Haverhill High Street on Friday night.

 

Poster campaign to keep Halloween celebrations 'responsible' (2011-10-25)

Haverhill News

Trick or treaters in Haverhill are being urged by police to take a responsible attitude to Halloween this year and ensure that it is a happy and safe time for everyone, whether young or old.

 

The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-10-25)

Haverhill News

Listings of films showing or booking for the week beginning Friday, October 28.

 

Painless transfer of 999 fire control to Huntingdon (2011-10-26)

Haverhill News

When you dial 999 for the fire service now your call will be taken in Huntingdon rather than Ipswich.

 

Parking charges can go up but no cuts to arts grants, say public (2011-10-26)

Haverhill News

The public are happy to pay more for car parking in Haverhill, but will not accept cuts to voluntary, arts or community sector grants.

 

Availability issues lead to first loss for rugny club (2011-10-26)

Haverhill News

SUFFOLK MERIT LEAGUE, DIVISION ONE: Bury 14 Haverhill 7. Match report.

 

Harry finishes as top assistant pro (2011-10-26)

Haverhill News

Haverhill Golf Clubís assistant professional, Harry Mills competed in the Thomson Tour Order of Merit Event at Mid Herts Golf Club on Monday, October 17.

 

Giant broadcasting face heads for town high street (2011-10-28)

Haverhill News

A giant sculpture of the Face of Haverhill, broadcasting via two TV monitors in its eyes, is the public art scheme being taken forward for Haverhill High Street.

 

Replacements for town welcome signs divide opinion (2011-10-28)

Haverhill News

New welcome signs are being planned for Haverhill to replace the current ones which are thought to put off investors.

 

MP praises volunteer centre at award presentation (2011-10-31)

Haverhill News

Staff at Haverhill Volunteer Centre have received another big vote of confidence in the quality of service they provide in the form a quality award from Volunteer England.

 

Man escapes robber in midnight encounter (2011-10-31)

Haverhill News

A man was pulled to the ground just after midnight on Sunday morning by a man who tried to rob him.

 

Surprise cash boost for computer museum relocation (2011-10-31)

Haverhill News

The Centre for Computing History,which was founded in Haverhill, has attracted sponsorship from across the Atlantic.

 

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