A Haverhill church organisation has decided to try to preserve its iconic building despite saying it is 'unwelcoming' and 'unrepresentative of the Church today'.
Students pick up awards at Central Hall, Westminster (2014-10-01)
Students from Castle Manor Academy made their way to an awards ceremony in Westminster this week.
The first of St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s small business grants has been awarded to a company in Haverhill.
Business burglars also scratch words on cars (2014-10-02)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a business unit was broken into in Haverhill.
Suffolk police force to be slimmed down again (2014-10-02)
Plans have been announced for the re-design and future transformation of Suffolk’s policing service to achieve essential savings.
The 2014 award-winners for the inaugural Deena Shypitka Music Awards, promoted by Haverhill Sinfonia, have been announced.
Cllr Gordon Cox found dead at home (2014-10-03)
One of Haverhill's most active councillors has been found dead at his home at the age of 66.
Police are appealing for witnesses and warning residents to keep their doors locked after a daytime burglary in Haverhill.
Police seek help over double assault (2014-10-07)
Police are asking for help from the public in establishing how two people came to be assaulted within five minutes of each other in Leather Lane on Friday night, October 3.
Haverhill breeze into next round of cup (2014-10-08)
CAMBRIDGE INTERMEDIATE CUP: Cambridge Exiles 3 Haverhill 34. Match report.
First town triathlon proves another big success (2014-10-09)
Almost 200 athletes competed in Haverhill’s first triathlon on Sunday.
Timpson's pod may end up at Sainsbury's instead (2014-10-10)
After the controversy over Tesco's plans for small pods in their car park for a variety of services including Halfords, Avis, a car wash, BUPA dentists and a photographers, one of the potential occupi...
Exemplary apprenticeships campaign to continue (2014-10-13)
The success of ONE Haverhill’s Apprenticeships Campaign, which has created more then 50 apprenticeship places for the town’s young people, will continue to be funded by Jobcentre Plus, it has been ann...
County council signs up to pledge on mental health (2014-10-14)
To mark World Mental Health Day, Deborah Cadman, chief executive and Mark Bee, leader of Suffolk County Council, signed the Time To Change organisational pledge.
Cash and confectionary taken from Playzone (2014-10-14)
Burglars struck Playzone's unit in Boundary Road early on Thursday morning and stole cash, drink and confectionary.
Chamber breakfasts at the research park (2014-10-15)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce members held a 'Full English' networking breakfast at Haverhill Research Park last week and were the first to see the new ‘fly-through’ video of The Epicentre project.
Council to tighten regulations on business A-boards (2014-10-15)
The borough councilis aiming to clear many inconvenient A-boards out of the high street, with a new requirement that they should get planning permission.
Bernhards appoint new manufacturing manager (2014-10-15)
Bernhards have announced that Richard Blight has just taken over as manufacturing manager at their Haverhill factory.
New format again for next SNT public forum (2014-10-17)
The next Safer Neighbourhood Team Public Meeting is on December 8 and a new format is being tried out.
Appeal for witnesses to Sunday morning crunch (2014-10-17)
Police are appealing for information after a car was damaged while parked in Haverhill.
Deadline draws near for latest grant applications (2014-10-20)
With just under one month to go until the deadline for applications for ONE Haverhill’s Community Grant Scheme, organisations are being reminded to get their applications in quickly.
£4,000 worth of power tools stolen from van (2014-10-20)
Thieves got away with over £4,000 worth of power tools from a transit van parked in Cambridge Way over night from Friday to Saturday, October 17 to 18.
Montessori nursery school plan for research park (2014-10-21)
A detailed planning application for a Montessori nursery school at Haverhill Research Park has been submitted by Jaynic Investments, the developer of the park, to St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Frightening entertainment lined up for Halloween (2014-10-21)
Geeks and ghouls, freaks and fools, and all manner of scary Halloween creatures will crawl out of their hiding places at East Town Park on Friday, October 31.
Latest pod plan gets thumbs down from councillors (2014-10-22)
Town councillors are objecting to the latest plan for a retail pod in a town supermarket car park.
Second attempt at affordable homes gets a rebuff (2014-10-22)
A second attempt by a developer to get permission to build flats at Block C, Burton End, has come up against some of the same objections from town councillors as the fitrst one.
ONE Haverhill, the partnership which brings together local authorities and other stakeholders to improve the town, held its first public forum in more than two years on Wednesday.
Plan to brighten up town centre's empty shop windows (2014-10-23)
ONE Haverhill, led by the Chamber of Commerce, is to take up the cudgels against property owners in the town's high street who neglect their empty premises.
Commemorative displays marking the 100th and 75th anniversaries of the start of World Wars One and Two have just been unveiled in the Arts Centre Café by members of Haverhill’s Family History Group. ...
New town business gets off to flying start (2014-10-24)
Start up business Fiscale have smashed their initial business plan forecasts for 2014, delivered an average of £30,000 in Research and Development Tax Credit savings for each of their clients and doub...
Community ambassadors in search for more volunteers (2014-10-26)
Do you have an hour a week to spare to be part of a team of volunteers to act as the ‘eyes & ears’ of the community? Haverhill Community Ambassadors are looking for more volunteers and are holding a d...
Grants available for physical activity projects (2014-10-27)
A new grant scheme encouraging people to get active and enjoy Suffolk’s natural environment has been announced today by Suffolk’s Public Health team.
Panto dame to offer residents make-up tips (2014-10-29)
Pantomime Dame Sarah Trott is offering her beauty tips to local residents as she prepares for her role in this year’s Haverhill Arts Centre Spectacular, Jack and the Beanstalk.
The number of Suffolk’s three to seven-year-olds achieving expected levels of attainment has improved significantly, figures show.
Top marketing expert will be guest speaker (2014-10-31)
On Thursday, November 20, from 10am until 12 noon, thebestof Haverhill will be holding their monthly event at Days Inn Haverhill.