Out & About

Tue, 13:53

Lucy Etherington and her teenage daughter try to re-create Pitch Perfect at Abi Moore’s A Capella singing workshop

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Tue, 12:30
A gentle sail on a summer’s day on the Orwell

If you’re sailing the Suffolk coast this summer you’ll need the East Coast Pilot by your side – it’s been the roadmap of these watery parts for a decade. Author Garth Cooper, and fellow sailing enthusiasts Dick Holness and Colin Jarman travelled thousands of miles on land and sea to produce the latest edition

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Saturday, April 11, 2015
The Killing of Sister George, by Megabrill Productions, left to right: Petra Risbridger (Alice McNaught) and Jayne Lindill (June Buckridge)

The Killing of Sister George was a milestone in British theatre. David Henshall discovers that the play has lost none of its power to entertain

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Hares at Orfordness by Angela Harding

Angela Harding at Snape Maltings Gallery

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Orford Castle's well is just 10metres deep

Lindsay Want’s indulgence in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk

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Homes & Gardens

Tue, 13:01

New homes are a barometer of evolving public tastes and expectations, says Alex Leader, head of residential development sales for Savills Ipswich. He looks at how developers have responded to the challenges

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Tue, 12:42
kitchen garden pix for suff mag april

Belinda Gray’s guide to growing your own

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Bays Farm, Forward Green

Bays Farm at Forward Green is a credit to the hard work and imagination of Richard and Stephanie Challinor

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
The colourful border at the rear of Leaven Hall, Leavenheath

Mark and Shirley Ellis have spent nine years restoring their ancient garden at Leavenheath without losing any of its original charm. Words by Jane Crowe, pictures Clare Dawson

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Bill Jackson and Deborah Golden's Walpole home

Award winning photographer Bill Jackson and wife Deborah Golden find inspiration in the surroundings of their Suffolk home

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Style

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Amy Westall takes a sneak peek into the handbag of Sue Smith, owner of Labels to Love designer dress agency and boutique in Hadleigh

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa

March means the start of spring and a time for renewal, so indulge in a reviving treatment at one of the county’s top spas. Follow our guide and find a new you

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Angela belassie

Struggling with skyscraper heels? So was Angela Belassie, until she took lessons in how to wear them

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Monday, February 16, 2015
alopecia

Hair loss can be extremely worrying, especially when it seems to getting worse. But it’s not always a permanent problem and treatment is possible

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Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Make-up artist Carla Mireille Jones is pictured in Barningham.

Sensitive readers, look away now . . . Lucy Etherington acquires ‘shrapnel wounds’ in the hands of military make-up artist Carla Mireille Jones

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Food & Drink

Tue, 12:25

Rhubarb, rhubarb . . . Linda Duffin’s a fool for the juicy red stems

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Owner and Manger of The Great House in Lavenham, Regis Crepy and Thierry Pennec.

It’s three decades since Regis Crépy brought some French flair to the award winning Great House in Lavenham. Tessa Allingham discovers what keeps him there

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Feature at Foulgers Dairy in Grundisburgh. Adrian Foulger is pictured.

The squeeze on global milk prices has hit UK dairy farmers hard. Suffolk’s few remaining dairy producers are also facing tough times. How are they coping and what are they doing to survive and thrive? Rachael Porter finds out

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Suffolk Magazine 
Easter Lunch

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis prepares an Italian style two-course family feast for the Easter holidays

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Ed Stone is pictured at Edward's Cordial in Alpheton.

Tessa Allingham meets Ed Stone, the 24-year-old entrepreneur behind Edward’s Cordials

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People

Tue, 12:07

Five minutes with . . . Susan Dowling, team manager, NSPCC Ipswich service centre

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Marion Stephenson - sews a range of craft items, partly for charity under the label Jumbleberry.

Tessa Allingham meets talented stitcher Marion Stephenson

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Mabel, the bird at the centre of Helen Macdonald's Costa award-wiining book, Hawk

Catherine Larner talks to author Helen Macdonald, Suffolk resident and winner of the Costa Book of the Year prize, about how a young goshawk helped her through the grief of losing her father

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Hannah with Angela Grace

Volunteering overseas can be incredibly rewarding, but it can also be dangerous, lonely and heartbreaking. For Hannah Earrey, from Ipswich, the difference she makes far outweighs the negatives. She talks to Tara Greaves

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Paul Milsom

Gina Long in conversation with Paul Milsom, owner, Milsom Hotels and Restaurant Group

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Why Nick Robinson loves his Suffolk bolthole

When he can takes his gaze away from parliamentary proceedings for a day or two, there's nothing the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson loves more than escaping the cut and thrust of life at Westminster and heading for his Suffolk seaside home

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Tue, 12:57
Suffolk Walking Festival

The Suffolk Walking Festival kicks off in May – three weeks of guided walks in the fabulous Suffolk countryside.

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Tue, 13:01
Woodlands, Ipswich

New homes are a barometer of evolving public tastes and expectations, says Alex Leader, head of residential development sales for Savills Ipswich. He looks at how developers have responded to the challenges

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Tracey Mcleod, a journalist, broadcaster, food critic for The Independent,  and has presented a range of BBC arts and music programming, gets away from London to Walberswick where her mother has a house.

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.

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Tue, 12:42
kitchen garden pix for suff mag april

Belinda Gray’s guide to growing your own

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Tue, 12:25
Chopped rhubarb

Rhubarb, rhubarb . . . Linda Duffin’s a fool for the juicy red stems

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