It's said that music is the universal language so it can be a precious connection to the world when you have difficulty communicating.
Now Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - has helped a young woman from Mildenhall in Suffolk set out to make connections to those around her with a few songs.
16-year-old Courtney Reeve has set up a choir for people with disabilities.
Click below to watch Courtney's film and click here to find out more about Fixers.
A widower from Suffolk says he isn't being allowed to grieve for his wife because of council regulations.
Barrie Gardiner from Mildenhall wants to be allowed to keep flowers and ornaments on her grave but has been told to move them.
The cemetery is maintained by the local council who want to keep it tidy and formal
Barrie says all he wants is to grieve his wife in the only way he knows how.
Eric and Win Pryor in Mildenhall have just celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary and they told Elodie Harper their secret to a happy life together.
The Anglia region welcomed a special visitor from the United States on Sunday evening. America's First Lady Michelle Obama met with military families at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk. It was her final engagement on a four-day visit to the UK.
The American First Lady Michelle Obama will be visiting our region today.
She will be meeting military families stationed at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk at the end of a four-day visit to the UK.
She has been in the UK to lead the presidential delegation at the start of the Olympic Games.
Last year, Michelle Obama launched Joining Forces, a scheme which supports the families of American service personnel.
This will be her first visit to the Mildenhall airbase which is currently home to some 16,000 American servicemen and women.
She was in our region last year with her husband the President of the United States, flying into Stansted Airport for a three-day trip to the UK.
Suffolk Police has issued an e-fit of a man who impersonated a police officer in Mildenhall in an apparent internet scam.
The man attempted to obtain cash from a woman by claiming she had been looking at pornographic websites and needed to pay a fine.
He attended the address of a 20-year-old woman on Woodlands Way on Thursday 19 July after an internet pop-up appeared on her laptop that appeared to be from the Metropolitan police.
The pop-up ordered her to pay a £100 fine for looking at pornography or her computer would be ‘locked’.
The victim called a number provided and refused to pay the fine. A man claiming to be a police officer appeared at her home address the following day.
Calls with information can be made to DC Sarah Shepperson on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
One of the top ten British treasures held at the British Museum in London is now on display in Ipswich.
The Mildenhall Great Dish, which a piece of late-Roman silverware, has been loaned to Ipswich Museum.
It'll be on show until October.