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Sunday, May 17, 2020
Suffolk

Thousands of pounds could be waiting for people in Suffolk as dozens of estates remain unclaimed – use our searchable table to see if your name is on the list.

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Memories have been shared of a popular rail link that served thousands of people each week in two coastal towns for more than 60 years.

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See inside this former tannery in Beccles, now on the market at a guide price of £400,000-£425,000.

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The Queen has praised the country’s response to the coronavirus outbreak in a moving message to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

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Calls have been made to ensure that people stay safe while marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day this week during the current coronavirus crisis.

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Coronavirus

Bruno Peek, Gorleston’s pageantmaster of VE Day 75, has stressed the importance of toasting to veterans “while they are still alive”.

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Bosses of a stately home have issued an ‘unreserved apology’ after a Facebook post about the impact of lockdown was slammed by the public before being hastily deleted.

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Coronavirus in Norfolk and Suffolk

Nation’s Toast organiser Bruno Peek is delighted that award-winning actress Dame Joan Collins has been named patron of this year’s VE Day celebrations.

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Coronavirus in Norfolk

The south Norfolk village of Earsham is best known for its historic water mill and a groundbreaking conservation programme which saved British otters from extinction. DR ANDREW TULLETT looks at the village sign that celebrates its heritage.

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It was a rail link that served thousands of people each week in two coastal towns for more than 60 years.

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Discover the settlements that time forgot - and then remembered again thanks to the power of archaeology

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history

A celebration marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day has been cancelled due to coronavirus - but the event’s organiser believes an alternative is still possible and has written a letter to the Prime Minister.

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Play equipment is being installed as work to transform Britain’s most easterly point is progressing well.

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Lowestoft Suffolk

It is one of the nation’s most important historic ships.

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It began in Bungay and ended in Blythburgh and saw the birth of a Suffolk legend which has prowled the county for centuries: this is how Black Shuck’s story began.

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Bungay

A historic pub which has been unoccupied for a number of years could be set for a new lease of life.

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Wreaths were laid as a town fell silent during a special service of remembrance.

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For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.

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One of the nation’s most important historic ships has been honoured with a special award.

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Lowestoft Suffolk

Places of worship throughout Suffolk have benefitted from a £1.8million scheme aimed at repairing and protecting historic buildings.

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A book hailed as the definitive story of Norfolk wherries is once again available

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A Victorian chemist store, an innovative train station and two shipwrecks have been listed as historic places to be protected.

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A public hall in Halesworth is under threat of closure – as “sufficient and sustainable revenue” to maintain its running costs have dried up.

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Music, mascots and maroons, all on a trip down memory lane. Here are just a few things you may remember if you grew up in Lowestoft in certain eras.

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Grants to carry out urgent repairs at 15 churches have been made by the Norfolk Churches Trust.

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Communities across Norfolk and Waveney fell silent as crowds gathered on Remembrance Day to pay their respects to those who fought and died for their country.

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People will be able to see more of a town’s 900-year-old historic castle after new plans put in by its trust.

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First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.

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Hundreds of people are set to gather as a town falls silent in paying its respects to all those who have lost their lives in battle.

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It is a fitting tribute that offers people a poignant opportunity to reflect.

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