Clothing donated to charity shops in East Anglia by pop-star Ed Sheeran go under the hammer online.
Residents of a small Suffolk town were shocked this week when two international pop stars popped in for a quiet meal at a local pub.
A Suffolk family is urging its local council to install greater speed control measures, after part of a historic wall was destroyed.
Dozens of people descended on a charity shop in Suffolk today after pop star Ed Sheeran donated eight bags of his clothes.
The Sue Ryder store in the singer's hometown of Framlingham has so far raised around £1,400 from his unwanted wardrobe.
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A small market town in Suffolk is just about the last place you would expect to see two of the worlds's great music stars out for a quiet meal.
But that's what happened last night - so you can imagine the surprise and delight when Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran were spotted popping into a pub in Framlingham.
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A man has been killed in a collision in a Suffolk village.
Emergency services were called to B1119 in Cransford near Framlingham at just after half past seven last night, after an accident involving a motorbike and a red Nissan Primera. The motorbike was on fire in a field nearby.
One man who had been riding the motorbike was pronounced dead at the scene. Another man, who was riding on the back of the bike, is in Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge with serious injuries.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them.
Police were called to Garrards Court, Framlingham in Suffolk after a man was found dead there this morning.
The ambulance service contacted police just before 7am having been called to attend the scene, where a man had collapsed.
The man, who is believed to be in his thirties, was pronounced dead on scene.
A 22-year-old man from Framlingham has been arrested on suspicion of supplying a Class A drug and is currently in custody at the Martlesham Police Investigation Centre.
Suffolk singer Ed Sheerhan will find out tonight whether he has won one of music's top awards.
The Framlingham musician has been nominated for the Song of the Year at this year's Grammy awards.
Ed and his song The A-Team is up against the likes of Kelly Clarkson and Carly Rae Jepsen at the event which takes place tonight in the United States.
A1120 Button's Hill in both directions blocked due to accident, a tractor involved near Spring Lane. North of Framlingham, halfway between Saxstead Green and Dennington.