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This short linear walk from Discover Suffolk’s ‘Angels and Pinnacles’ church heritage trails portfolio leads through wildlife-rich worlds of meadows, fields and farmland to link up two truly amazing rural gems
The Food Chain descends on Seckford Hall for its office Christmas party and has a cracking good time
Lucy Etherington discovers the joys of madness in artist Karen Risby’s work
Panto season is here – oh yes it is! James Nickerson could be Bury St Edmunds’ favourite panto dame. Following his first appearance in 2002, he’s become a regular fixture and this year’s production of Aladdin will be his seventh production with the Theatre Royal. He tells why he loves being the man in the frock . . .
Suffolk Magazine will be joining East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star readers singing seasonal carols at Archant Suffolk’s Concert of Carols at Ipswich’s Civic Church, St Mary le Tower, on December 18 at 7pm.
Fancy being amodel in a Suffolk Magazine fashion spread? Or having a rugby World Cup winner take a training session and talk to your school? Or how about a three-course dinner cooked in your own home by renowned chef Regis Crepy?
Gina Long talks to the Suffolk based business guru and organic farmer
Catherine Larner, of Browsers in Woodbridge, gives her choice of books to give as gift this Christmas
Complete the Suffolk Magazine reader survey and you could win a fantastic luxury break at Seckford Hall Hotel
What does a professional chef cook for his or her own festive lunch? Charlotte Smith-Jarvis talked to 12 locally based chefs starting with David Rodriguez from Upstairs at Baileys in Beccles
A quick guide to festive events and shopping around the county
Masterchef regular, restaurant critic and former Late Show presenter Tracey MacLeod talks to Pat Parker about her childhood in Ipswich, her media career, how she became the inspiration for one of Bridget Jones’s best friends, and why she loves spending her holidays in Walberswick.
Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal has been through some turbulent times in recent months. Karen Simpson is in the process of taking over as chief executive Andrew Clarke spoke to her about her vision for the future
A circular walk from Discover Suffolk’s ‘Treasured Suffolk’ portfolio combines the wide, open landscapes of the Waveney Valley marshes with the intimacy of village churches and mystery of monastic ruins
Louise Denyer dives into A Possible Life by Sebastian Faulks, author of the highly successful Birdsong
Jayne Lindill revisits one of the county’s favourite seaside towns with Suffolk Secrets
Robert Mace has joined The Westleton Crown as head chef.