The Reverand John Suddards was much loved by his congregation at Witham in Essex where he served as vicar of St Nicholas Church for ten years.
Now a memorial fund to help homeless people, set up in his memory, has raised more than 4 thousand pounds. The Reverand John Suddards was found stabbed to death by a homeless man at his vicarage in the West Country last year.
He was murdered just eight months after he moved from his parish in Witham. Watch Serena Sandhu's report.
An 82-year-old volunteer who's been winding a church in Essex since 1966 has been told he has to stop because of health and safety fears.Read the full story ›
A boss who paraded an employee through the streets of Witham with a sign declaring him to be a thief, is facing financial ruin. Hannah Pettifer reports.
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A boss who paraded an employee through the streets of Witham with a sign declaring him to be a thief, is facing financial ruin.Read the full story ›
Meningitis survivor Ellie Sutton from Witham hands in a petition to Downing Street on behalf of the Meningitis Trust.Read the full story ›
A 16-year-old college student from Witham says she is devastated after the memory stick with all her coursework on was stolen.Read the full story ›
Olivia Norton was born with a condition so rare she will now feature in medical text books.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people including many from his former parish in Essex have attended the funeral of the Rev John Suddards.Read the full story ›