Three days of sheepdog trials will take place at Haughley Park this summer in a “unique and one-off event for Suffolk”. Organised by the International Sheepdog Society, the English National Sheepdog Championships have been described as the pinnacle of the English sheepdog trial season. Handlers and dogs compete for the coveted title of English National Champion. The trials are coming to Suffolk for the first time courtesy of the Williams family, owners of Haughley Park.
The Woolpit Steam Rally celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, with the two-day event is best known for its selection of rare and unusual tractors. Around 20 tractors from before 1930 are expected to be on display over the weekend of June 3 and 4 at Warren Farm, in Wetherden. Last year’s show saw £17,000 donated to local charities and community groups.
An engineer who lost his teenage son to cancer has thanked supporters for a tremendous start to a year of fundraising for the only UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life – and chances of survival – for young people. Kevin Cook, of Viking Close, Gislingham, near Eye, was heartbroken when his son Jack died of leukaemia two years ago. Jack, a former pupil of Stradbroke Senior School, was diagnosed when he was just 13 years old.
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