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Louise Denyer reviews Summer in February, the book before the film of Air Alfred Munnings’ early life
Suzanne and Richard Mason’s garden has been decades in the making. They showed Sally Hepher how it’s grown
Duncan Jackson’s discovery of Suffolk’s heritage coast came about from a holiday in years gone by when the friends rented a beach house at Thorpeness for a summer break.
Julian Claxton takes to the waves on a training exercise with the RNLI crew of the Spirit of Lowestoft. His words and pictures tell the story of this brave band of volunteers
Folk, jazz, world, classical, comedy, poetry - there is something for everyone at this year’s Aldeburgh Music Snape Proms
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis meets three Suffolk chefs who have made it their speciality
Bathsheba is a modern, boutique day spa in the heart of Woodbridge – a little bit of luxury just of the high street and an oasis of calm, self spoiling in a warm, welcoming environment.
Lucy Redman finds a peaceful retreat in the garden of James and Caroline Macmillan. Pictures by Clare Dawson
Nestled in the trees on the banks of the River Orwell seems a strange place to find a seaside retreat.
Green-fingered folk across the county can help save some of the world’s most threatened habitats and species simply by donating their garden as part of the Great Garden Give – a new fundraising campaign from Halesworth-based conservation charity World Land Trust.
Sheena Grant meets Dani Church, a Walberswick ferrywoman following a family tradition Photographs by Sarah Lucy Brown
Latitude has always been different – both in the variety of entertainment on offer and the audience it attracts – but that also extends to its green credentials, as Tara Greaves discovered when she talked to sustainability co-ordinator Laura Pando
Lucy Etherington delves into an amorphously vibrant wonderland
Suffolk Dog Day is on again and you’d be barking mad to miss it.
Agnes Rothon of the RSPB explains how you can help the county’s struggling butterfly population
Sean Reid, outdoors manager at the National Trust’s Ickworth House, gives an insight into caring for one of the country’s finest Italianate gardens
Martin Chambers talks to the musician about Nashville, a new album, and sounding like Hugh Grant