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March is my kick-off time for seed sowing indoors and out. The potting bench, with its gently warming propagating mat – best purchase ever – hastens germination by providing basal heat, and enables multiple seeds in modules and trays to burst through the soil.
Louise Denyer previews the inaugural Suffolk Libraries Bookfest taking place all over the county in March with a host of renowned authors and literary figures
Guy Taylor’s plans for the Three Blackbirds at Woodditton are about keeping it simple, honest and local. Tessa Allingham met the busy farmer-landlord
Struggling with skyscraper heels? So was Angela Belassie, until she took lessons in how to wear them
Young wildlife photographer Kyle Moore from Lowestoft won a top award in the RSPCA Young Photographer awards at the end of last year. He shares his love of wildlife with Suffolk Magazine and his tips for taking great shots
Martin Chambers goes native in search of some Sassenach spirit
From the lochs and mountains of her native Scotland to the flatlands and wide skies of Suffolk was quite a leap for artist Henrietta Jordan. But she’s inspired by the landscape of her adopted county, as Georgie Russell discovers
The EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards celebrate the county’s superb food and drink industry. And this year, we’re proud to have one of the county’s best known and respected companies, Adnams, as our main sponsor.
Interior designer Sheila Brough’s Southwold home is an oasis of calm in the busy coastal town
Words and photos by Tony Hall
The importance of expert butchers on the high street cannot be underestimated, so it’s good news that two couples have secured the future of Lavenham’s butchery shop, which has been in the village for at least 50 years.
One of the best ways to see Framlingham is to follow the Town Trail
Suffolk photographer Sarah Lucy Brown will help launch a new gallery in Saxmundham with her inaugural solo exhibition. She speaks to Andrew Clarke about her inspiration – the county’s coast
A project team of final year students at University Campus Suffolk (UCS) has been selected to create and host a major conference in Ipswich during National Tourism Week (March 15 - 22)
Laurie Squirrell, of Hitcham, was just 16 and a promising professional motocross racer, when an accident while racing in the US left her paralysed from the waist down.
Slightly quirky and definitely different, Wayne Tanswell has turned signwriting into a modern art form
One of Britain’s leading contemporary artists has recently arrived in Suffolk, and as Andrew Clarke discovers, he is marking his arrival by participating in a major exhibition at The Sainsbury Centre