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Hunts Community Cancer Network recognised for making a difference

Susan Moore, who co-founded Hunts Community Cancer Network (HCCN) Charity as a cancer patient in Huntingdon, along with the then lead nurse Gini Melesi, was acknowledge for her role in ‘Making a Difference’ to the people of Huntingdon who are living with and beyond cancer. The Charity empowers people to play an active role in…

Frozen pipes: don’t let the cold snap cost you

Britain is preparing for a possible polar freeze this winter due to La Niña, a cyclical weather phenomenon triggered by below-average sea temperatures. It is likely to bring with it frosty memories of the 2010 “Big Freeze”, when temperatures plummeted to -13°C in parts of the UK following one of the most powerful La Niñas on record. Lloyds Bank…

Top business communications guru to visit Suffolk this November

One of the UK’s leading business communications experts, whose videos for business have over 50,000 Facebook views, will visit one of Suffolk’s most forward thinking towns this November to host his popular masterclasses. Ashley Riley, former Director of Communications at London Stansted Airport and founder of Award Winning Agency Ashley Riley Communications, will work with…

Free house cleaning for Essex parents with life threatening conditions

A social enterprise has launched to provide practical support to families in Essex dealing with life-threatening and life-limiting illnesses. Grant a Smile, founded by Essex woman Joyce Obaseki, offers to clean the homes of families diagnosed with a serious illness, free of charge. The organisation also helps to grant wishes to children whose parents are…

Preparations underway for 40th Norwich Beer Festival

Preparations are well under way now for the festival to open on the Monday 23th October, and will run until Saturday 28th October, with a few festival specials to celebrate the 40th year. The Norwich Beer Festival in October takes place in the medieval halls, known as St Andrews and Blackfriars Halls.  The Halls are…

Fine & Country among the best in national survey

Each year, Property Academy surveys thousands of buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants in order to better understand their opinions and expectations of the home buying, selling and renting process. With an estimated 25,000 estate agency branches in the UK, Property Academy understands there is a lack of independent and trustworthy information to help people…

3,000 runners to descend on Ipswich for the Great East Run

The very first Simplyhealth Great East Run will take place this weekend on Sunday 24 September, with 3,000 runners set to tackle the half marathon distance in Ipswich, Suffolk. The 13.1-mile course will welcome participants of all abilities from around East Anglia and across the country, as they descend on the town to take on…

New ‘neighbourhood watch’ scheme for trees in Norfolk

Norfolk folk are urged to stand up for their street trees and take part in a new ‘neighbourhood watch’ scheme for nature. The Woodland Trust is launching a scheme across the country to get people to celebrate their local trees – and help to protect and value nature on their doorstep. People are urged to…

The Luxury Property Show is coming!

Once an investment niche, luxury property is now a rapidly growing market with recent data from Christies International Real Estate revealing the world’s top ten reported property sales were all priced above $100 million for the first time in the year to May 2017. Riding the wave of excitement surrounding this emerging market, the Luxury…