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October 22 2014 Latest news:
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The Hearing Care Centre in Ipswich is looking for teams to take part in its festive fundraiser and raise money to for the local Families in Need (FIND) winter food bank.
Have you ever sat on a train and wondered about the identities and lives of the strangers of your travelling companions?
What’s it like being managing director of Go Ape?
As you light up your Hallowe’en lantern ponder on these creepy county legends . . .
It saddens me that there are still so many pub closures, so it brings me great joy to talk about a local, recent success – Badingham White Horse.
Ross Bentley takes a stroll on Sudbury’s Common Lands and experiences a scene that has remained virtually unchanged since medieval times
Callum Welch, a new children’s author from Woodbridge, faced his toughest audience when he launched his latest book.
Suffolk-based custom motorcycle emporium Krazy Horse joined up with Ravenwood Children’s Charity Trust – the chosen charity of Ravenwood Hall Hotel at Rougham – and Bury St Edmunds menswear brand Trotter & Deane for a charity evening of adventure for gentlemen based around ‘the need for speed, style and adventure’.
Sammy Fraser from the RSPB goes off the beaten track to explore a fascinating ancient area on the Suffolk/Norfolk border
Children from Kersey CEVC Primary School were treated to a pumpkin patch tour thanks to the East of England Co-op and its Sourced Locally grower Lindsey Lodge Farm of Hadleigh.
Frances Hopewell-Smith meets the McVeighs at their new venture, the Food Hub
Jackie Mowforth’s period townhouse is a gem tucked away in the Waveney market town of Bungay. Words and pictures by Tony Hall
Robert and Clare Gough have turned their luxury hotels in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds into eclectic art houses. Tessa Allingham tracked them down after a recent auction foray
Autumn marks the return of the National Trust’s annual walking festival, The Great British Walk, with a host of walking activities taking place across the county. Jeremy Owen reports
Fancy having a go at carving a Hallowe’en pumpkin?
A century ago, celebrated artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh made Walberswick his home for a year. Author Esther Freud has based her latest novel on Rennie’s experiences of the village. Catherine Larner talked to her about it
Martin Chambers meets a young craft brewer putting together a tasty band of beers
Steve Hackett is one of the leading guitarists from the golden age of prog-rock. One of the founder members of Genesis, he is bringing his new show to Suffolk this month which he hopes will breathe new life into those early classics. Andrew Clarke caught up with him in a reflective mood