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Where to Picnic in Suffolk

With the weather as wonderful as it has been lately, you would be a fool not to make the most of it and enjoy the best of the Suffolk summertime - and what better way than a picnic? It’s the perfect way to spend a relaxed August day, basking in sunshine and tranquility as the evening rolls in. No...

by John | Aug 12, 2016 |


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Messing About on the River

“When the weather is fine you know it’s the timeFor messin’ about on the riverIf you take my advice there’s nothing so niceAs messing about on the river”There are so many beautiful rivers in Suffolk to enjoy, some big and some small, and they are a fantastic way to explore the...

by alice | Aug 2, 2016 |


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Rainy Days This Summer

Whilst the weather of late has been glorious, we know all too well that the British Summer can end abruptly due to rain. However, don’t let this put you off - if anything, it’s an excuse to explore areas and activities that you might otherwise overlook! We’ve complied a list of fun places to visi...

by alice | Jul 26, 2016 |


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Lighthouses of Suffolk

Lighthouses were designed to emit a light either through a series of lamps or lenses to serve as navigational aids to ships and boats as well as to mark dangerous coastlines and safe entries to harbours. Today there are four lighthouses that stand along the stretch of coast in Suffolk....

by alice | Jul 6, 2016 |


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Eastern Angles - 'We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea'

The Eastern Angles production of We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea is a wonderful adaptation, penned by Nick Wood, of the Arthur Ransome’s children’s book of the...

by alice | Jun 24, 2016 |


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We Didn't Mean To Go To Sea

This summer we have been enthralled with one story in particular. This evening we are going to see the Eastern Angles performance of Arthur Ransome's children’s story

by alice | Jun 23, 2016 |


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Jasper’s Jottings - Fun In The Sun At Bawdsey & Ramsholt

On the fourth trip out of the Easter holidays, the sun was shining, birds were singing so there was no better place to go than Bawdsey Quay. A strip of idyllic, sandy beach was waiting for us as Jasper and I arrived early in the morning to brilliant blue skies and the slightly less bri...

by alice | Jun 21, 2016 |


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Jasper’s Jottings - Easter Walks at Boyton Marshes

When I was home for the Easter holidays on break from university, I thought I was well overdue some long, relaxing walks with my labrador Jasper. He was overly excited to be out and about - especially since he loves car journeys as he can look out of the window to see more of the big wide wor...

by alice | Jun 21, 2016 |


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Strawberry Moon

Whilst this might sound like the name for an ice cream or a fancy brand of bubble bath, the strawberry moon is actually an astronomical rarity that will be gracing our skies tonight.Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and it coincides with the start of the...

by alice | Jun 20, 2016 |


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Suffolk's Summer Theatre

This summer there is a plethora of the dramatic across the county. Atmospheric venues such as stately homes and hidden clearings in the woods will play host to open air theatre and operas, as well as concerts and live screenings. With the calendar teeming with must see shows, here are...

by alice | Jun 11, 2016 |


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Suffolk’s Finest: Foods That Are Worth The Travel

There are so many reasons why a visit to Suffolk is a must; beautiful countryside, gorgeous coastal towns and rich history to name a few. If that isn’t welcoming enough, Suffolk is also blessed with amazing local food and drink. A trip to Suffolk, even if it’s just for a day, will be a treat...

by John | Nov 26, 2015 |


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Top Things to Do in Suffolk This Halloween

Don’t miss out this autumn; here’s our pick of Suffolk’s top 2015 Halloween events!There's always plenty taking place in Suffolk around Halloween, be it spooky treats for the young'uns or terrifying scare experiences for the adults. So if walks through Suffolk's beaut...

by John | Oct 3, 2015 |


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Top 5 Spookiest Places to Visit in Suffolk

When you think of Suffolk the first thing that springs to mind probably isn’t spooky. Suffolk is a lot more famous for its beautiful countrysides, gorgeous coastal towns and rich history. Its spookiness is somewhat overlooked . . . but not today. To get you in the Halloween mood we’ve list...

by John | Oct 2, 2015 |


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Foot Ferries on the Suffolk Coast

Suffolk’s varied and picturesque coastline is indented with several waterways - the rivers Orwell, Deben, Alde and Blyth. For walkers and cyclists taking to the coastal paths, there are local ferry services on hand to transport parties across these watery stretches, providing a clear run t...

by John | Mar 23, 2015 |


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Unwind on the Coast - Spas in Suffolk

Massages, facials, yoga classes and plenty of time to relax – what’s not to love about a spa break? And the Suffolk Coast has plenty of choice, whether you are looking for a family-friendly break or some well deserved me-time...Best self-catering...

by John | Mar 12, 2015 |


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'We Do Like To Be By The Seaside'

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The Celebration Of A Life

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson 1836-1917 The towns of Aldeburgh and Leiston are celebrating...


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Sorcerer and Trial by Jury

A double bill performed by the Ipswich Gilbert and Sullivan Society - Tuesday 24th October to Sat...


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Southwold Pier - A Brief History

The pier in Southwold is bucking the national trend of falling in to decline and continues to be...


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Afternoon Tea Week, 14th - 20th August

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afte...


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Suffolk Golf - Lavenham

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a...


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Suffolk Pubs - Framlingham

Suffolk has strong agricultural roots, so it is perhaps unsurprising that many of the pubs, cafes...


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Inspirational Suffolk Scenery

Many artists have escaped to Suffolk to gather inspiration throughout the years, whether it be fo...


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County Flowers of East Anglia

The organisation Plantlife was started back in 1989 to help conserve and protect British wild pla...


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The Riverside Theatre

Sitting next to the train station in Woodbridge you will find


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Suffolk Golf - Bury St Edmunds Courses

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a...


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