Empty schools become target for thieves and vandals (2012-03-01)
Police have warned of the dangers of the redundant school sites in Haverhill which are being hit by vandalism.
Town councillors hear about progress on rail renewal (2012-03-01)
Haverhill town councillors agreed this week to be represented at any joint meeting which could be convened about the restoration of a railway to Cambridge.
Covent Garden opera comes to Haverhill (2012-03-01)
Covent Garden opera comes to Haverhill in 3D next week.
Cash pot available for local community groups (2012-03-05)
Community groups and organisations are being urged to apply for up to £5,000 from a special grant pot made available to One Haverhill by St Edmundsbury Borough Council to fund projects that will benef...
Mayor gives backing to local befriending scheme (2012-03-05)
On Friday Haverhill town mayor, Cllr Maureen Byrne, attended the launch party for the Haverhill Hub of the Suffolk Befriending Scheme.
Have you seen this bicycle around town? (2012-03-05)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information following the theft of a distinctive bicycle.
Haverhill prove too strong for Colchester (2012-03-05)
SUFFOLK MERIT LEAGUE, DIVISION ONE: Haverhill 1st XV 58 Colchester A 0. Match report
Haverhill councillor to be next St Edmundsbury mayor (2012-03-06)
A Haverhill councillor has been nominated as Mayor of St Edmundsbury for the first time for 14 years.
Witnesses sought to car damage (2012-03-06)
Police are appealing for information after a car was damaged in Haverhill.
Charity takes more steps towards toddler's treatment (2012-03-06)
Around 40 people turned up on Saturday evening at the Taste of China Restaurant in Birdbrook, for a fund raising concert in aid of local charity Aiden's Footsteps.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-03-06)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 9.
Parking in Camps Road by people dropping off or picking up children from Place Farm Primary School is to be the top priority for Haverhill police over the coming weeks.
Cemetery gates to be prepared for automation (2012-03-07)
Work begins tomorrow until March 13 to maintain the main gates for Haverhill Cemetery in Withersfield Road, ready for them to be automated.
The theme of Wanting The Best For Haverhill continues at the monthly meeting of thebestofhaverhill on Thursday, March 15, at the Days Inn hotel from 10am to 11.30am.
A Suffolk-wide project aiming to build on the inspiration of the London 2012 Olympics is hosting a conference to bring together people interested in sports volunteering.
Literary classic comes to the arts centre stage (2012-03-08)
One of the classic novels of English literature and a landmark in socialism, is being brought to the stage in Haverhill.
Students' anti-drug campaign wins awards (2012-03-09)
Work by students at a Haverhill college on a police anti-drugs project has gained local and national recognition.
Two Haverhill police officers have been assaulted in separate incidents in the town over the weekend. Neither was seriously injured.
Schools sign up to get benefits from the Olympics (2012-03-12)
All schools in Suffolk have signed up to the London 2012 Get Set programme - but some are not on the network yet.
An influential group of Suffolk employers pledged their support to give the county’s young people the best possible start to their careers at a business event in Ipswich today.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-03-13)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 16.
Medals galore as golfers defy the weather (2012-03-13)
The Men’s Midweek medal was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, February 29, and the scores returned across the divisions had to be decided on countback.
Residents drop pedestrianisation bombshell (2012-03-14)
Councillors who have been pushing forward plans to pedestrianise Haverhill High Street will receive a setback tomorrow with a report which says the case for banning traffic has not been made.
Extra chance to have a say on Vision 2031 (2012-03-14)
An extra public session of consultation about Haverhill Vision 2031 has been organised in the town at the end of the month.
Ancient history could delay modern research park (2012-03-15)
The discovery of Roman and Iron Age remains on the site of the proposed Haverhill Research Park could give its developers Carisbrooke a new headache.
Stunned councillors faced with their hopes to pedestrianise Haverhill High Street being 'dead in the water', were still horrified at an alternative plan where delivery vehicles would exit by driving d...
A retail expert has told councillors it probably only needs one major clothes chain to come to Haverhill to start an expansion in the range of shops - but that is unlikely to happen.
The route the Olympic Torch will take through Haverhill on July 7 was unveiled today - and it was confirmed Haverhill Paralympian Caroline Maclean will carry it after all.
A man has offered £100 reward for information after a new moped the family clubbed together to by for his son was stolen from their garage.
Burglar barged his way into pensioner's home (2012-03-19)
Police are offering anti-burglary advice to elderly people after a pensioner was robbed of £40 by a man who barged his way into her home.
Three vehicles destroyed by arson attacks (2012-03-19)
Three vehicles were set ablaze in the middle of the night close to residential properties on Haverhill's Clements estate early on Sunday.
Newman’s conversion books place in semi-final (2012-03-19)
SUFFOLK PLATE QUARTER-FINAL: Haverhill 1st XV 17 Clacton 15. Match report.
Police appeal after sharp lookout foils car break-in (2012-03-20)
Haverhill police are keen to talk to anyone who saw anything of a suspicious incident in Atterton Road around 7pm on Saturday.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-03-20)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 23.
Mary chosen as lady golfer of the year (2012-03-20)
The Ladies Presentation Evening at Haverhill Golf Club was held on Thursday, March 15, to celebrate the success of the ladies section during 2011/12 and the event was very well supported.
Mayor and schoolchildren launch Olympic torch route (2012-03-20)
Video coverage of town mayor Cllr Maureen Byrne and children from Burton End Primary School celebrasting the launch of the route of the Olympic Torch through Haverhill on July 7
The board of the organisation taking over the management of Suffolk’s library service has appointed a new chairman.
Appeal for witnesses to car break-in (2012-03-21)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a car was broken into.
Town's first Sport Relief Mile a great success (2012-03-26)
Over 200 people turned out yesterday for Haverhill's first Sport Relief Mile and were greeted with ideal spring weather for a jog or a stroll.
Views of pensioners, mothers and the disabled sought (2012-03-26)
There is a chance this week for certain groups of Haverhill residents to have a closer input into efforts to improve the town's shops.
Full programme for children over Easter holidays (2012-03-26)
An Easter bonnet parade, animal experience, athletics afternoons, cycling, golf, and laser blast are just some of the activities available at Haverhill Leisure Centre this Easter.
Police appeal for information after burglary (2012-03-26)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information following a burglary.
Herberts receive top safety accreditation (2012-03-26)
Herbert Group has been recognised for its high standards of health and safety practice in the workplace by a leading-edge scheme, designed to help industry improve its safety record.
Warning after purse stolen from shoppers' handbag (2012-03-27)
Police are reminding shoppers to keep their wallets and purses safe after a recent theft in Haverhill.
Deadline approaches for community grant applications (2012-03-27)
Community groups and organisations in Haverhill are being urged to submit their applications for up to £5,000 in grant funding before time runs out.
On the eve of the Budget, Haverhill firms attended a meeting at the House of Commons to discuss key business issues with Chambers of Commerce and MPs.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-03-27)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, March 30.
Last qualifier of the season draws good turnout (2012-03-27)
The IFF Challenge was played on Wednesday, March 21, at Haverhill Golf Club, and there was an excellent turnout for the last qualifying event of the season.
Councillors to hold drop-in surgery on town issues (2012-03-28)
Haverhill councillors Karen Richardson, from St Edmundsbury Borough Council, and Anne Gower, from Suffolk County Council, will be holding their regular drop-in surgery at Haverhill Library this Satur...
Fight goes on over privatisation of Place Court (2012-03-28)
Haverhill town councillors are claiming moves to privatise Place Court residential care home are undemocratic and could be unlawful.
The impasse over high street pedestrianisation and illegal parking was highlighted again at last night's meeting of Haverhill Town Council, when police again re-iterated the view that barriers were ne...
As people in Suffolk consider how to respond to the potential fuel strike, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service and Trading Standards have issued a joint safety message on the dangers of storing petrol at ...
Haverhill residents are causing unnecessary fuss over the switch-off of street lights, according to county council officers.
Swimmers in Haverhill will dive into the world’s biggest fund-raising swim at Haverhill Leisure Centre on Saturday, April 28.
Drop sides stolen from Transit truck (2012-03-30)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information after two drop sides of a flatbed truck were stolen.
Warning about bogus Olympic lottery letters (2012-03-30)
Bogus Olympic lottery letters are being sent to unsuspecting Suffolk residents.