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  • STOP SMOKING

    Published: Fri, 06/03/2020 08:50
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  • East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) appoints permanent Chief Executive

    Published: Mon, 16/12/2019 15:08
    Following an external recruitment process, the East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) has named Dorothy Hosein as its permanent Chief Executive. Dorothy has been Interim CEO since joining EEAST on 1 November 2018. Dorothy has extensive experience as a senior healthcare leader. Before joining EEAST she also delivered quality, performance and
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  • Botanical compounds in eye health

    Published: Fri, 06/12/2019 09:25
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  • Specialist Lease Extension Solicitor joins Holmes & Hills in Sudbury

    Published: Thu, 21/11/2019 08:54
    Holmes & Hills Solicitors in Sudbury are pleased to welcome senior lease extension solicitor Callie Tuplin to the firm. The rapidly expanding law firm also has offices in Braintree, Halstead, Coggeshall & Tiptree. Callie is an expert in the fields of residential lease extensions and collective enfranchisement. Years of studying and experience in
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  • Simon's Wedding Cars reach the finals of the East of England Regional Awards

    Published: Fri, 15/11/2019 09:17
    Simon's White Wedding Cars are thrilled to announce that we have reached the finals of the East of England Regional Awards.One of eight regional categories in the Wedding Industry Awards, which celebrates the achievements of the various businesses within the UK wedding industry, the East of England Regional is one of the most competitive, so we are
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  • Belle Vue House in Sudbury - options for its future

    Published: Wed, 06/11/2019 09:05
    A community health and wellbeing centre, sheltered housing with a café and heritage centre, or residential conversions are amongst the options suggested for Belle Vue House in Sudbury.
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  • Eye Road Safety

    Published: Thu, 31/10/2019 09:22
    Every 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road but each of these tragedies is preventable. Did you know that almost 3000 road casualties each year are caused by poor driver vision but that over 1.5 million licence holders have never had an eye test? Furthermore 1 in 5 drivers haven't had a vision check since passing
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  • Far-reaching poster campaign launched by mental health group

    Published: Tue, 08/10/2019 10:47
    The Staying Alive app was launched by mental health charity the Suffolk User Forum (SUF) last October following a major consultation process and is designed to help people who are in emotional crisis or are feeling suicidal.
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  • Former police mental health lead joins influential charity which has helped thousands of people

    Published: Wed, 18/09/2019 11:21
    A charity will be able to support more people with mental health problems than ever before after making a vital new appointment. The Ipswich based Suffolk User Forum (SUF) which supports around 4,000 people each year has appointed Siobhan Hemmett as its Engagement Lead for Mental Health Transformation. Ms Hemmett will work across the Sudbury and
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  • Understanding your written optical prescription

    Published: Thu, 29/08/2019 12:17
    SPH stands for the spherical error and shows whether you have myopia (with a minus sign), or hypermetropia (with a plus sign). The number shows the strength of lens you need. A smaller number means the condition is milder. PL is short for plano and means there is no refractive error in that eye. This may also be written as 0.00 or the infinity sign
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  • Do you know how well your child can see?

    Published: Wed, 07/08/2019 10:54
    Summer is here and the kids are off school; but do you know how well your child can see? Please don't fall into the trap of assuming your child can see perfectly well just because he or she hasn't said anything to the contrary. Maybe your little one has never seen very well so doesn't know what good vision looks like? Maybe one eye is weaker than
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  • Making Moving Easy in Sudbury and Suffolk, Moving in Hot weather

    Published: Thu, 25/07/2019 09:05
    We all hope for nice weather on moving day, but moving in very warm temperatures needs a little extra thought to help the day go smoothly. It may be cooler to let the professionals move you but here are Todds Removals Ltd's tips for moving in hot weather. Keep checking the weather forecast in the week leading up to your removal day and be prepared
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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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