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OT. COMMAND. In quiet walkway position, close to local amenities. 2 bedrooms, central heating, lounge, kitchen. garage in block, ideal

OT. COMMAND. In quiet walkway position, close to local amenities. 2 bedrooms, central heating, lounge, kitchen. garage in block, ideal

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September 13, 1984 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
ESSIDUSUFFOLK BORDER REGION OF £70.000 Eseepllessel leapeccabie garden. pieced Rue eseeemitodation. stylishly 4 bedrooms. 3 reception rooms. 2 bathrooms c

ESSIDUSUFFOLK BORDER REGION OF £70.000 Eseepllessel leapeccabie garden. pieced Rue eseeemitodation. stylishly 4 bedrooms. 3 reception rooms. 2 bathrooms c

h All fitted carpeting. garage , . • • „ E_ • • • " 4 1 r • • LAVENHAM • £45.000 Attractive village house in quiet situation wlthlit easy wanting distance of the shops. Good Mae teems and gardin. 3 bedrooms 2 recept.on rooms large bathroom c h Some double glazing WANTED RETAINED
September 13, 1984 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
MUSEUM IDEA FOR MANOR HOUSE

MUSEUM IDEA FOR MANOR HOUSE

One of Bury St Edmunds' most outstanding and important historical buildings, the Manor House on Honey Hill, would make an ideal art gallery or museum, the Bury Society has suggested. The call came this week as Suffolk County Council to sell by auction OManor House and its neighb
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
shrapnel bomb

shrapnel bomb

Bomb disposal experts were called to Elmswell yesterday (Thursdays. after a first world war shell was discovered on a building site The 18 pound shrapnel shell was dug up by truck dnver Mr Michael el Baalham. of 3 Daisy Green. Great Ashfield. from the garden of a house at the S
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
TREASURES A NATION LOST

TREASURES A NATION LOST

• These astonishing photographs are the only eiPl• dence that the Icklingham Treasure exists. They _s thought to have been circulated by an undenvorld source seeking to sell the items in the hoard. The 15 priceless bronzes are believed to have been found in illegal metal detecti
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Sea drama

Sea drama

When we were on holiday at Hunstanton it was Lifeboat Week. The lifeboat men put on a display in which some people on a boat had a fight and three men fell out into the sea. The coastguards were alerted by flares and they called out the lifeboat. The lifeboat is an inflatable an
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Newspaper

Newspaper

One of our first members, Gavin van Marie, of 36 Outl Risbygate, Bury St Edmunds (032), writes and edits his own newspaper The Daily Google. Gavin lent me a copy to read, and it was very entertaining, full of riddles, news, interviews and features. Gavin, who is 11, has just ccm
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
M.F.MODES

M.F.MODES

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September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
The Corn Exchange R ic

The Corn Exchange R ic

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September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
COUNTRY II WESTERN DANCE

COUNTRY II WESTERN DANCE

APPALOOSA SATURDAY, SEPT 15 East WretrilßM Swig Club 7.30 till 11.30 'coca t FITNESS WORKOUTS MON. & FRI. MORNINGS "BODY TALK." 19• ANGEL MILL (Waft Choi Great Barton 427 17 GREAT BARTON Y C LATE
September 14, 1984 - Bury Free Press - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England