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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.
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
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
Lindsay Want’s indulges in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk
Dog behaviourist Helen Goodall shares an email from a frustrated owner
Jane Crowe visited Amelia Singleton’s Sibton garden in full summer bloom. Pictures by Clare Dawson
Suffolk charity The Befriending Scheme recently celebrated 25 years helping vulnerable and lonely people across the county. As Ross Bentley discovered, its services are needed today more than ever
Linda Duffin turns east for some culinary inspiration
February is a fantastic time in the garden with the winter over and the spring beckoning.
First The Packhorse, then the Rupert Brook just over the border. Now entrepreneur Philip Turner has turned his attention to Ounce House in Bury St Edmunds. Tessa Allingham talked to him about his vision for Chestnut Inns