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Bruisyard Hall has been revamped since its days as an abbey, and now has luxurious guest rooms
A look ahead to the midweek FA Cup replay at Deepdale
chances are that you have spent the past two weeks wrapping, unwrapping and wolfing down the stuff brought to you by people like the cheerful rating whom Horatio Clare calls "N".
He has left couple's mansion and moved into £500,000 house
Police have confirmed a man has been arrested in connection with the death of patient James May
BBC and Channel 4 contributor Simon Warr, 60, to appear in court later this month
Police are investigating the death of a man, reportedly named locally as Brian Knock, in the leafy village of Bildeston
British emergency services coordinate cross-channel search and rescue operation in hunt for single-engine plane that came down off the Kent coast
Test breakthrough links man who confessed to the 1960s killing spree with the final victim
Grand jury charges 19-year-old over twin explosions that killed three and injured more than 260 in US city on April 15
It's the student test so grand one team nearly missed an exam for it – but still lost
Parents of Fiona Anderson ask children's father to grant her last wishes for family to be buried togeher
I'll be showing four large-ish concrete sculptures, all phallic, at SNAP at the Aldeburgh Festival next week. A glorification of the male creative principle, and the importance of having a muse. Artists including myself have been invited to respond to Benjamin Britten's life and work. This year is the composer's centenary. When Britten and Peter Pears started the festival in Suffolk in 1948, they intended it to be a celebration of music and the visual arts. Since then, the music side has continued to grow in stature into a truly international and excellent event, with the visual arts side of things getting a bit side-lined – or at any rate, not making much noise. In part, this could be due to the lack of available exhibition space at Snape Maltings.
Operation Pallial has now identified 140 allegations relating to 18 care homes, including 76 completely new complaints
The debate about which British region boasts the tastiest tap water has finally been settled with an unlikely winner: it comes not from “hard” northern or “soft” southern waters but from the middle of Britain – in Coventry.