Traffic study backs calls for A1307 corridor upgrade (2014-11-03)
A crucial traffic study on the A1307 has boosted calls for a major improvement to the transport corridor.
Halloween Trail attracts crowd of over 3,000 (2014-11-04)
The Halloween Trail in East Town Park on Friday proved another spook-tastic success this year.
Burton End Primary celebrates becoming an academy (2014-11-05)
Pupils, parents, staff and governors are celebrating this week, as Burton End Primary School becomes Burton End Primary Academy as part of the Castle Partnership Academy Trust.
Patsy May, the sensational blue star of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, will be turning on the Christmas lights in Haverhill this year.
Accountants shortlisted for national awards (2014-11-06)
Local accountants 1 Accounts Online are eagerly anticipating the outcome of a national awards evening in London later this month when they will discover if they have won a highly prestigious industry ...
Abbeycroft directors go to the coal face for charity (2014-11-07)
Next week four directors from Abbeycroft Leisure and Anglia Community Leisure will be using their business skills to compete against one another in an ‘Apprentice’ style contest for BBC Children in Ne...
Police in Haverhill are warning motorists, especially tradesmen, to consider extra security measures after a number of vehicles have had tools stolen from them since the beginning of the month.
Project to brighten St Mary's Churchyard launched (2014-11-12)
An exciting project to revitalise St Marys Churchyard in Haverhill now has planning permission and Diocesan approval to go ahead and work is already under way.
MP welcomes surgery merger due next April (2014-11-12)
Stourview Surgery and Dr Selby & Partners of Christmas Maltings are due to merge in April 2015.
Double attempted burglary yields nothing (2014-11-13)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after an attempted burglary in the town.
Health and wellbeing forum for West Suffolk meets (2014-11-14)
GPs, hospital bosses, leisure centre managers, and councillors are to meet in Forest Heath next week to discuss some of the key issues affecting health and wellbeing across West Suffolk.
The new rail minister, Claire Perry MP, heard about the need to improve rail services in Suffolk at a rail conference being hosted by Suffolk County Council yesterday.
County council wants to know where to make savings (2014-11-17)
With increasing pressure on funding the county council is asking the people of Suffolk what their priorities are ahead of decisions being taken on spending plans for the coming year.
Civic service raises funds for town organisations (2014-11-17)
The Mayor’s Civic Service was held at Haverhill Methodist Church in Camps Road ont Sunday, followed by tea in the church hall.
Thieves continue to target motor vehicles (2014-11-17)
The trail of theft from and damage to motor vehicles in Haverhill has continued over the past week.
Library hosts creative workshops for children (2014-11-18)
Schoolchildren in Haverhill will be taking part in creative workshops with Boyface author James Campbell and illustrator Mark Weighton, next week.
Couple walk out of store with stolen meat in trolley (2014-11-18)
A couple got away with £100 worth of meat from Sainsbury's on Saturday night by putting it in a trolley and walking out with it.
How you can help St Nicholas hospice create a garden (2014-11-19)
As part of the annual People’s Millions competition St Nicholas Hospice are in with a chance of winning £50,000 to make a dream a reality.
Council hears from residents about how to save money (2014-11-19)
Comments made by nearly 1,000 people in St Edmundsbury will help councillors in the coming months to take decisions about next year’s council budget.
Pre-school gains a new outdoor play area (2014-11-20)
Children at Happy Faces Pre-School in Colne Valley Road will soon be enjoying a large amount of outdoor space to play in thanks to the Scout and Guide Association, which has allowed them use of their ...
Cash boost for new lunch club at Leiston Centre (2014-11-21)
A new lunch club for older people at the Leiston Community Centre in Haverhill has moved a step closer following a grant of £250 from St Edmundsbury borough councillor Paul McManus’ locality fund.
Residents view new artwork for the churchyard (2014-11-24)
Residents had the chance on Friday to see what the new-look St Mary's Churchyard will be like when it is completed in the spring.
Lobbying by West Suffolk to stop people who have not paid their business rates getting permission to open or renew a licensed premises, could soon become law.
Budding young artists from Haverhill Primary Schools came to Haverhill Arts Centre on yesterday and received certificates from town mayor Cllr Roger Andre to celebrate their designs being used for the...
Council agrees to give £30,000 towards masterpla (2014-11-26)
Town councillors last night ignored a plea from a member of the public to think again about donating £30,000 towards the masterplan process for the town centre.
Haverhill Cricket Club's aims to create a second cricket ground to cater for its increasing membership were given a boost by Haverhill town councillors last night when they agreed to contribute £8,400...
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after two girls were approached in the town.
Norfolk and Suffolk Police are urging the public to stay safe when buying online in the run up to Christmas.
A major bid by Suffolk Public Sector Leaders (SPSL) for £3.35m government funding to invest in new ways of collaborative working that support communities, reduce costs and generate benefits for reside...
Town gears up for its biggest night of the year (2014-11-28)
Next Friday will be Haverhill Town Council’s Family Christmas Night with the Christmas Lights Switch-On and Late Night Shopping plus the Grand Fireworks Display.