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January 25 2015 Latest news:
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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.
Next Friday, January 30 is the date for Head West, a gala charity fundraising concert with Ruthie Henshall and Tim Howar at St Joseph’s College, Ipswich.
Bury St Edmunds’ newest independent restaurant is full of surprises. Tessa Allingham samples the menu and meets the man behind the concept of 1921
Tessa Allingham meets the entrepreneurial baker, Becky Sebright-King
New year is the traditional time for booking holidays - we all need something to look forward to – so how do you fancy winning a fabulous Suffolk cottage holiday?
Dr Deepak Rallan, consultant dermatologist with diamond Skincare, looks at the connection between allergies and eczema
Local scenes and sketches by Beth Andrew, Snape Maltings Gallery, from February 14
Gina Long finds out what makes the firm’s sales director tick
After a lifetime of travelling, Lesley and Gordon Dumphie have hung up their hats – quite literally – in a period town house overlooking the River Waveney
Lindsay Want’s monthly indulgence in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk
It’s the world’s largest wildlife survey – the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch on Saturday and Sunday, January 24 and 25. And it needs you.
Upstairs at the Market, at Lavenham Farmers Market, Lavenham Village Hall, rolls out a Pie and Pastry Making Workshop on Sunday, January 25, when professional pastry chef, Andrea Long (aka The Farmers’ Wife) will be demonstrating how to make delicious pies out of nothing but leftovers with real homemade pastry.
A kitchen garden can produce something for the table all year round. The secret is in the planning and maintenance of your plot, and it starts with choosing the site.
Sensitive readers, look away now . . . Lucy Etherington acquires ‘shrapnel wounds’ in the hands of military make-up artist Carla Mireille Jones
Elvis would have been 80 this month, but his legacy is in good hands thanks to his army of impersonators. Martin Chambers has left the building, thank you very much, in search of one
If you love nature and historic places then why not make a new year resolution to get involved with the National Trust? Making a difference locally is a really rewarding way to spend your time – and fun too, writes Jeremy Owen.