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Tradition dictates, on a leap day, a woman may propose to a man. If the man should refuse, he must give a gift to soften the blow, such as a kiss, a dress, or a piece of fabric. In Denmark, the tradition varies a little and demands that, should a man refuse, he give his suitor 12 pairs of gloves. 

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Vandals have attacked Chelmondiston pavilion

Fed up volunteers have vowed to get tough on vandals attacking play equipment and the pavilion in Chelmondiston.

The offenders took their lives in their hands by trying to cut through a conduit protecting live electric wires, caused damage to the roof of the pavilion and tried to destroy part of the children's play area.

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Amazon coming to the area

Amazon is set to bring a huge jobs boost to the Shotley peninsula and beyond.

More than 250 jobs are likely to be created by the world's leading online deliver company at Sproughton, after Amazon confirmed it would be utilising the large warehouse space passed by Babergh planners last year.

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Babergh leader John Ward

Babergh District Council tonight approved its budget for 2020/21, including an increase in council tax, which will see £5 a year added to the bill of a Band D property.

The good news is services will not be cut, and funding and grants to local communities on the peninsula are set to increase.

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Chelmondiston butchers and general store Hollingsworth's has been listed as the only shop on the peninsula registered in the first Suffolk Refill directory – so far.

This handy online directory lists shops, business and charities that offer refills for items such as cleaning products, toiletries and dried foods such as rice or oats. Some even offer refills of loose-leaf tea and chocolate.

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