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Launch of the Alde Valley Spring Festival 2015.
Chef, Peter Harrison.

Spring festival frolics

It’s not Latitude, but The Alde Valley Spring Festival (April 18 - May 17) still rocks says Lucy Etherington

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barking dog

Pets’ Life . . . temper temper

A snarly dog can leave you at the end of your tether. With help, says dog behaviourist Helen Goodall, you can change your dog’s aggressive attitude

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Feature at Foulgers Dairy in Grundisburgh. Adrian Foulger is pictured.

Fresh, local and dairy good

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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Beautiful Constable Country - Looking over the Dedham Vale from Higham towards Dedham Church

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A day out in the Stour Valley

No wonder the Stour Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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The colourful border at the rear of Leaven Hall, Leavenheath

A labour of love

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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sue smith, whats in my bag, april 2015, amy westall, SGL

What’s in my bag?

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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Bill Jackson and Deborah Golden's Walpole home

Double exposure - a photographer’s award-winning home

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

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

Bird woman . . . Helen Macdonald talks about her prize winning H is for 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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Passion Play, Woodbridge

A passion for plays in Woodbridge

The town’s community is coming together to retell the Easter story through participation theatre

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Bernard Reynolds sculpture

A life in art . . . Andrew Clarke celebrates the work of sculptor Bernard Reynolds

Suffolk artist Bernard Reynolds would have been 100 this year. Now his family has organised a major retrospective exhibition on Ipswich Waterfront. Andrew Clarke spoke to his daughter Kate Reynolds

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for suff mag april 2015

Wild and wonderful ‘broken land’

Spring is in the air, and Sammy Fraser is off to The Brecks to breathe it in

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Honda Civic sport

Sporty new Honda is super competitive

The new Civic and Civic Tourer are more affordable than ever

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Suffolk Magazine 
Easter Lunch

Buon appetito! Easter food with a flavour of the Med

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

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Hugo Catchpool is the founder of a social enterprise iStreeet.

Five Minutes With . . . Hugo Catchpole, founder of iStreet.org.uk

Gina Long talks to the social entrepreneur Hugo Catchpole, founder of iStreet.org.uk

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Hannah with Angela Grace

Woman on a mission

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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Photograph Simon Parker 2/6/2011

Stowmarket Chorale perform at the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts where they linked up with Stowmarket Concert Band

Come hear the Stowmarket Chorale

A date for lovers of choral music

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Junior guizer Norsemen set light to their Longship to celebrate the festival of UP Helly Aa in Lerwick Shetland, Tuesday 31 January 2006. The Viking festival celebrates the islands's Norse heritage and sees up to 1000 costumed

All the gory details

Suffolk’s long and fascinating story includes some bloody chapters. Andrew Clarke talks to Robert Leader who brings them to life in his new book

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