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  • Leading Sudbury Solicitors expand residential property team

    Published: Wed, 17/07/2019 16:03
    Suffolk Solicitors Holmes & Hills have welcomed a new residential conveyancing executive this month, who is set to be a valuable addition to the growing team. Vicki Crawford will be working with the specialist residential property team, providing advice and guidance on matters from buying and selling and re-mortgaging property, to transfers of
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  • Councils Team Up with CCGs to Launch Active Schools

    Published: Mon, 15/07/2019 04:54
    A new Active Schools programme has been launched at two schools in Babergh and Mid Suffolk, aiming to increase physical activity in primary schools and combat rising childhood obesity. The project, run in partnership with NHS West Suffolk and NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) will run for three years with the support
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  • Small-scale farms 'would solve' environment crisis, group says

    Published: Fri, 12/07/2019 13:08
    Academics have called for more people to be 'brought back onto the land' in a bid to encourage sustainable small-scale farming post-Brexit. They say that buying up land for allotments and getting more people involved in local food production initiatives would help solve the environmental crisis. It is part of a new briefing unveiled today by the
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  • Essential Facts about Split Testing

    Published: Tue, 09/07/2019 09:48
    The split test helps improve your online marketing abilities. Basically, it helps this in by comparing two different kinds of landing pages to see which provides better conversion rates. Before applying this test, you need to know some basic things about split testing. In this article, we will show you, how to run your campaigns using this test.
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  • Waitrose wins 'Best Retailer' for farm animal welfare

    Published: Wed, 03/07/2019 10:23
    Compassion in World Farming said Waitrose is a 'true leader' in animal welfare in Europe. Waitrose has won Best Retailer at the 2019 Compassion in World Farming Awards for the third year running. The award ceremony recognises and rewards producers, manufacturers and retailers across the world for working in a 'sustainable and responsible' way.
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  • EEAST Director of Clinical Quality and Improvement appointed as CEO of College of Paramedics

    Published: Tue, 02/07/2019 13:02
    Tracy Nicholls, Director of Clinical Quality and Improvement, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the College of Paramedics. Tracy has more than 20 years' experience in the ambulance service. Starting her career in Beds and Herts Ambulance Service, she progressed to station manager at Luton, before moving to the Head of Training at the
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  • Hillsborough to Hedingham for charity

    Published: Fri, 28/06/2019 10:27
    Fundraiser Tim Nash is cycling from Hillsborough to Castle Hedingham in July to raise funds for the charity St Helena. The charity, which helps people face incurable illness, supported lifelong Sheffield Wednesday fan, Keira Dixon, who passed away in November last year. In 2014, following a regular eye examination at Wardale Williams Opticians in H
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  • People living with dementia are being supported with a knitted aid

    Published: Fri, 21/06/2019 16:17
    People living with dementia are being supported with a knitted aid for sensory stimulation. East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust is working with volunteers to produce the Twiddlemuff. The knitted handmuff is decorated with buttons and ribbons internally and externally, which allows patients living with dementia to have visual and sensory
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  • Life-saving initiative launches

    Published: Thu, 20/06/2019 16:07
    A new initiative which aims to make sure that people who have suffered a cardiac arrest receive life-saving help as quickly as possible has launched across the region. The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has joined forces with GoodSAM, which uses an app to alert appropriately trained off-duty frontline staff and community first
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  • Councils bring democracy online

    Published: Thu, 20/06/2019 10:27
    Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils are to make their council meetings, which include major decisions such as budgets and major planning applications, accessible to everyone as online livestreaming begins. Following an upgrade of the King Edmund Chamber at the councils' joint headquarters in Endeavour House, Ipswich, all meetings held in the
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  • Defra unveils three new general licences to control wild birds

    Published: Mon, 17/06/2019 13:12
    Three new general licences to control wild birds in England have been issued today to help farmers prevent serious damage to livestock and crops. Defra's recent call for evidence demonstrated a range of impacts that farmers experienced as a result of the revocation of licences GL04, 05 and 06 in April.
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  • Ambulance trust Chair to move on

    Published: Thu, 13/06/2019 16:21
    Mrs Boulton joined the Trust in March 2014. Since then, she has overseen a great deal of change and a number of improvements at the Trust, including securing additional funding to modernise and transform the estate and invest in extra vehicles and staff. Mrs Boulton also oversaw the launch of the Trust's clinical hub, known as the ECAT, which is
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  • Barton Mills fatality, victim named

    Published: Wed, 12/06/2019 13:39
    A man who died following a fatal road collision is being named by police. Officers were called at around 3:50am on Friday 7 June, to reports of a serious collision on the northbound A11 at Barton Mills between a lorry and a pedestrian. Sadly the pedestrian, a man in his 30s died at the scene.
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  • Hadleigh DAA Named Chairman's Charity for the Year

    Published: Tue, 11/06/2019 04:46
    The Hadleigh Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) is a local charity affiliated with the national Dementia Action Alliance, which works to transform health and social care outcomes for people affected by dementia. The Hadleigh branch, founded in 2014, the Hadleigh DAA has already trained 1,800 Dementia Friends, enabled 39 businesses to become Dementia
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  • Last few weeks to register your school for Restart A Heart Day 2019

    Published: Fri, 07/06/2019 15:56
    The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) is reminding all secondary schools in the region to sign up to a lifesaving lesson as part of Restart a Heart Day. Staff and volunteers from EEAST will come to the schools on Restart A Heart day, held on Wednesday, 16th October and teach students the essential life-saving skill cardiopulmonary
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  • Smartphone-based tool for rapid, portable diabetic screening

    Published: Fri, 07/06/2019 10:34
    A novel pairing of two technologies may offer a solution for better screening for diabetic retinopathy, a condition that can lead to permanent vision loss if not caught early. Currently all diabetics are invited to attend an annual screening appointment at which the eyes are dilated prior to high quality retinal photos being taken. The photos are
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  • Farmers have 'huge role' to play in combating climate change

    Published: Thu, 06/06/2019 16:07
    Farmers and land managers have a 'huge role' to play in combating climate change and enhancing the environment, industry leaders have said. With Brexit and resulting changes to agricultural legislation looming, speakers highlighted how it is vital that the government - and the public - recognise the role farmers play.
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  • Home-Start Charity Named as Chair's Choice

    Published: Thu, 06/06/2019 10:26
    Mid Suffolk Home-Start is a charity that recruits and trains volunteers who have parenting experience themselves and offer families informal, friendly and confidential support. Their work is all about the early intervention that prevents a situation turning into a crisis. The charity seeks to empower parents to help themselves through the support
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  • Survey highlights public's worrying lack of dairy knowledge

    Published: Wed, 05/06/2019 16:09
    A new survey has highlighted a worrying lack of knowledge when it comes to the public understanding the health benefits of dairy products. One finding suggests two-thirds of British people wrongly think there is more than 10 percent fat in whole milk, which contains less than 4 percent. The YouGov survey, created on behalf of Arla Foods UK, also
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  • Wrap around support to help rough sleepers maintain tenancies

    Published: Wed, 05/06/2019 10:52
    At the moment housing authorities often find that private sector landlords are unwilling to house somebody who has been homeless and sleeping rough as that person may have addiction, mental health or other complex needs and require support.
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