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11:03
Reserve manager Samantha Gay at Knettishall Heath
Knettishall Heath is in fact a diverse mosaic of habitats with woodland and riverside meadows, as well as large areas of heath. It extends to over 430 acres. The open landscape created by our Bronze Age ancestors 4,000 years ago had changed very little until the 20th century when forestry and modern farming transformed large parts of The Brecks. Knettishall Heath still retains a sense of what this ancient landscape must have looked like in the past.

Matt Gaw wonders at the stories behind some of the carvings on ancient trees at Knettishall Heath

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10:59
Lucy Etherington is doing the Aldeburgh Festival Grade One Piano Challenge and will perform on stage at Snape Maltings on the 26th June.
L-R Lucy Etherington, Rebecca Clark (piano teacher).

Lucy Etherington prepares to tickle the ivories at this year’s Aldeburgh Festival

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Yesterday, 16:36
Blue and belle
A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

You can send your pictures (high resolution, please) to suffolkmagazine@archant.co.uk with a suitable caption and a selfie, or simply upload your images on to our website at suffolkmag.co.uk.

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Orford Castle

Suffolk is rich with history and this is evident in its five castles. Some might be closer than you thought

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
County Culture

Suffolk is to play host to a new photographic festival which aims to reintroduce people to the art of the photograph. Andrew Clarke spoke to founders Jo Bexley and Adrian Evans.

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Homes & Gardens

Thursday, May 19, 2016
10 Ways You Can Save On Energy Bills For Your Home And Business

In our homes and businesses, we are so used to the heating and lighting coming on at will. How many of us actually consider where this energy comes from? High fuel prices have become the bane of everybody’s lives in recent years, so really we should be starting to look at where our energy comes from, and how we’re using it.

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Orchids at Peverels

May . . . the month of miracles

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Julie and Jonathan Myerson's Southwold home

For writers Julie and Jonathan Myerson, their Southwold seaside home is a bolthole from city life, while the town is filled with Julie’s happy childhood memories

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
property

A beautifully presented Grade II Listed period farmhouse in Woolpit, Suffolk

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Church Farm House

This beautiful period farmhouse close to Woodbridge and the River Deben could be yours

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Style

Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Why you should say ‘I do’ to a silk-flowered wedding

Should you choose artificial flowers for your wedding? Times are changing, and more brides-to-be are choosing to deck out their nuptials in fake flora. To find out the benefits of silk flowers versus fresh, we spoke with florist and party supplies merchant, Wendy Smith

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Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Marisa Arna - Gold and Diamond rings

Thinking of investing in a special piece of jewellery? Before hitting the high street it’s worth considering a British based designer for a handmade creation says independent Essex goldsmith, Marisa Arna.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Have a few belly laughs and let your hair down

Time is a great healer, so if you’re unwell, give yourself some, says Dr Matt Piccaver

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Monday, February 29, 2016
Lynn turner of Cakes & Catwalk, Ipswich talks about what's in her handbag.

Amy Gallivan takes a peek into the handbag of Lynn Turner, owner of Cake & Catwalk boutique in Ipswich to see what it says about her style

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016
9 of the best indulgent treats and personalised presents for Valentine’s Day | Great British Life

We pick 9 of the best indulgent treats and personalised presents for Valentine’s Day

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Food & Drink

10:55
Bento Box summer food shoot cooked by Charlotte Smith Jarvis.

Bento are those natty things the Japanese take their packed lunches to work in. Now they’re catching on here. Charlotte Smith-Jarvis has some ideas for fresh, local fillings. Images: Sarah Lucy Brown

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Yesterday, 13:09
Smoked chicken salad with chorizo crisps and harissa mayonnaise

This delicious summer salad serves 4 to 6 people and is perfect on a sunny evening.

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Summertime food shoot with Charlotte Smith Jarvis.

This makes a great light lunch or is delicious served alongside a dish of spring lamb

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Somerleyton Diary

Chef-director Stephen David enjoys a seasonal bounty

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Breakfast time

We have selected 8 places to try out for breakfast in Suffolk. After all, it’s the most important meal of the day.

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People

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Jim Parsons making chairs in his workshop.

Tessa Allingham watches a master craftsman at work

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Dan Hills is pictured at Paddy and Scott's in Bury.

Tat Dan, of Bury St Edmunds, was into body art long before his days as a barista. Words: Tessa Allingham Photography: Phil Morley

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Vera Drake
Mike Leigh (Director)

Nick Cottam catches up with him at the Riverside Cinema in Woodbridge

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Vanessa Stollery created bird sculptures.

Where to go this bank holiday weekend? Lucy Etherington previews a Suffolk fundraising event that has become something of a phenomenon

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Friday, April 15, 2016
Jeffrey Holland as Stan Laurel

Jan Etherington talks to the comedy actor about bringing his ‘friend’, Mr Laurel, to the town

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Thursday, May 19, 2016
10 Ways You Can Save On Energy Bills For Your Home And Business

In our homes and businesses, we are so used to the heating and lighting coming on at will. How many of us actually consider where this energy comes from? High fuel prices have become the bane of everybody’s lives in recent years, so really we should be starting to look at where our energy comes from, and how we’re using it.

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