Young recruits sought for Thurlow football teams (2013-08-02)
Thurlow Youth football teams are looking for more recruits for the coming season.
Haverhill Town Council has delivered a devastating critique of the latest Vision 2031 planning document for the town’s future, in the spirit of ‘constructive help’ for St Edmundsbury Council’s planner...
There is a free pop concert in the market square tomorrow night, starting at 8pm.
County agrees to handover of old magistrates court (2013-08-02)
Suffolk County Council has agreed to lease the former magistrates court in Camps Road to Haverhill Town Council, with a view to eventual sale, so the building can be turned into a hub for youth activi...
A group set up to build a new West Suffolk staffing structure across Forest Heath District and St Edmundsbury Borough councils has had its last meeting, creating savings year on every year of £3.5mill...
Police are appealing for information after several items were stolen, including jewellery, watches, cash and bank cards, from a house in Kirtling Place.
Haverhill county councillor Tony Brown has closed his petition against the Vision 2031 planning document, and joined forces with the town council to oppose it.
Nuisance moped riders cause complaints (2013-08-06)
Haverhill police are asking for help from the public in dealing with an increase in young bikers riding their mopeds noisily around the town centre in the evenings causing a nuisance.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-08-06)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, August 9.
Community groups and organisations in Haverhill that need funding for projects which improve opportunities for young people or improve the physical environment of the town are being urged to submit th...
Joel victorious in final county tour event (2013-08-07)
Haverhill Tennis club held its last County Tour tournament of the summer season on July 20, with eight children aged ten and under taking part.
Police investigate sex attack on woman (2013-08-08)
Police are appealing for information after a woman reported being sexually assaulted in Haverhill.
ONE Haverhill leaders to spread the word nationally (2013-08-08)
ONE Haverhill has been given national recognition by the Department of Communities and Local Governments which has invited three members of the Haverhill Community Budget team to become ambassadors fo...
Sex attack never actually happened, say police (2013-08-09)
Police have established that a sexual assault for which they appealed for witnesses yesterday never actually took place.
Spate of 'creeper' burglaries continues (2013-08-12)
A series of walk-in burglaries overnight has continued in Haverhill over the past few days and police are repeating their advice to residents to keep windows and doors closed despite the recent warm w...
Police are appealing for information after a spate of cooking oil thefts from take-aways in the Haverhill area.
A terrace of six 1960s bungalows will be demolished and replaced with new homes, as part of a controversial Havebury Housing Partnership development.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-08-13)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, August 16.
Triathlete Jack completes half-ironman race (2013-08-13)
Haverhill triathlete Jack Tappin headed to Cotswolds to tackle the gruelling Cotswold Classic Triathlon on Sunday.
Despite injuries and a dangerous fall, Haverhill brothers James and Mark Purkiss have completed a gruelling walking and running challenge and raised more than £500 for charity.
Businesses pledge to help vulnerable people (2013-08-14)
Vulnerable people in Haverhill are set to benefit from the introduction of a Stay Safe Scheme in their area during Learning Disability Week.
Haverhill Junior Open Tennis Championships 2013 (2013-08-14)
Monday August 5th – Day one of the annual championships was kicked off by our youngest players in the Red Mini Tournament for the 8 and under age group. Oliver Dalzell, Sam Fowle, Sam Cates, Finley N...
A level results show another improvement (2013-08-15)
Over 3,000 students in Suffolk received their A level results today and for the seventh year running, the proportion of students earning top grades in Suffolk has improved.
'Ray of sunshine' completes 25 years' service (2013-08-15)
A Clare woman has just completed a quarter of a century working for the former Atterton and Ellis factory in Haverhill, now Bernhard and Company.
Now you can get official timings for your running (2013-08-15)
Haverhill Running Club has gained funding from the Greater Cambridge Athletics Network to be able to offer 5km timed runs which they hold every month for members to anyone in Haverhill aged over 11 fo...
The promised consultation process about whether or not to pedestrianise Haverhill High Street is under way, working towards a crucial meeting next month.
Bowser stolen from research park building site (2013-08-16)
Police are appealing for information following the theft of a 250-gallon water bowser from the Haverhill Research Park site.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-08-20)
Listings of films showiong or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, August 23.
Series of overnight creeper burglaries continues (2013-08-22)
Police are appealing for information after a series of burglaries in Haverhill.
Students celebrate academies' exam successes (2013-08-22)
Thousands of students across Suffolk are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results today, as early indications show a significant number of schools have seen an increase in the number of students...
Witnesses sought to attempted robbery (2013-08-23)
Police are appealing for information and asking for a witness to come forward after an attempted robbery beside the railway walk.
New history exhibition hails Haverhill's past (2013-08-23)
Haverhill Local History Group yesterday launched their latest exhibition, entitled Hail Haverhill Hail, at the arts centre.
Motor-cyclists in Suffolk will need to watch out for speed traps on Bank Holiday Monday aimed at reducing casualties on the roads.
St Edmundsbury Borough Council is to start work on a new Masterplan for Haverhill Town Centre, less than a decade after they launched one from which little has actually taken place.
Police are again warning residents to ensure they lock their doors and windows after two overnight ‘creeper’ burglaries in Haverhill.
A Haverhill borough councillor has lost his year-long battle to get the old windows re-instated at STP’s shop on the corner of Camps Road and Queen Street.
Chance to try out as a town councillor (2013-08-27)
A casual vacancy has been declared on Haverhill Town Council, due to the resignation of Cllr Bryan Hawes.
Arrest made, but warning on burglaries goes on (2013-08-28)
Police have charged a 32-year-old man following a burglary in Haverhill last week.
Scouts and guides pack bags to raise cash for new HQ (2013-08-28)
Haverhill’s scouts and guides took another step towards their fund raising goal as they raised more than £1,000 by packing shopping bags at the weekend.
Joint charity casino night raises cash for hospice (2013-08-28)
A charity casino evening held at Haverhill Golf Club raised £860.50 for St Nicholas Hospice Care.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-08-28)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, August 30.
Crestfallen councillors who admitted they failed the town in their response to the Vision 2031 planning document at the last meeting of Haverhill Area Working Party (HAWP) have been told they cannot b...
Protection for town's older houses to remain (2013-08-30)
Efforts by St Edmundsbury Borough Council to save money by axing protection of some of Haverhill's older buildings were scuppered by local councillors yesterday.
A fantastic piece of public art devised by local academy students has been lauded by councillors apart from one point - they think it is being put in the wrong place.
Bus station set to get its clock back (2013-08-30)
Haverhill bus station may soon get its clock back, even though the promised real time passenger information boards to go with it have been shelved.