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A nine-day celebration of food and drink produced in the Waveney Valley kicks off this weekend with a series of events designed to tingle your tastebuds.
The Waveney Valley Food and Drink Festival features 22 events across the area with fairs, farmers’ markets, open farms, special menus and real ale trails stretching down the river valley from Diss, Eye and Harleston to Beccles. Read more
The crowds went quackers as they lined the banks of the River Dove on Saturday to cheer on a flotilla of 729 ducks taking part in Eye’s annual duck race.
The fun race, now a firm fixture on the town’s calendar, also included stalls, games and competitions which were set up by the Scouts, Cubs and Beavers and other local organisations. Read more
Health chiefs have pledged to consider appeals for new services at Hartismere Hospital in Eye, contained in a petition signed by 1,940 people.
The pledge was given in an open meeting hosted by the Hartismere League of Friends which attracted members of the public from a wide area. Read more
A major public consultation started this week to ensure the public gets a say on proposals to build a £200m gas-fired power station at Eye Airfield.
Energy distribution giant Progress Power on Wednesday sent leaflets to 19,000 homes and business in Eye, Diss and the surrounding area in advance of five public meetings Read more
The Eye Parish Church Development Campaign has received an unexpected, but very welcome boost by the promise of a £50,000 donation.
The congregation at last Sundays’ service were told by Father Ron Casebow that he would be giving the money in memory of his late wife, Ethel, who died on Boxing Day 2012, to put towards the new organ console. Read more