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An Indian restaurant is helping a community by providing its award-winning curry to frontline workers and residents in need.
Big-hearted Newmarket youngsters Ella and Cameron Fisher have been putting together special gifts for frontline staff.
Latest data showed in West Suffolk there was just over a tenth of a per cent of residents in the district who tested positive for the virus.
Suffolk County Council financial package supporting care homes
Bags containing luxury treats have been delivered to hospital and surgery staff thanks to the efforts of a Red Lodge teenager.
Government provision was unlikely to have met demand in Suffolk, it has been revealed.
No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.
Frankie Dettori has delivered the first consignment of 1,000 bottles of wellness hydration drink, iPRO to Newmarket Hospital.
Newmarket Day Centre staff are celebrating after being awarded more than £9,000 to help it continue delivering meals.
Statistics released by Public Health England show across the district there has been Covid-19 outbreaks at 12 of West Suffolk's 36 care homes.
West Suffolk Council is looking to reopen markets but only for essential food stalls and only with strict guidelines in place.