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September 2 2014 Latest news:
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There are few better examples of success than singer Laura Wright. Peter Robertson catches up with the ‘Scrummy Soprano’ who never forgets her Suffolk roots
Suffolk theatre director Peter Rowe is well known for staging musicals and writing rock’n’roll pantos, but he’s never written songs of his own . . . until now. He talks to Andrew Clarke about his first musical
Meet the dedicated bee keepers of Waveney Valley Words and pictures by Julian Claxton
Now showing until November 16 at Abbot’s Hall, Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket – Everybody’s Darling: the First World War Nurse. This is a touring exhibition which celebrates the enormous contribution made by thousands of women who served as nurses during the First World War.
David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Discover Suffolk Project, seeks out views across the heather and postpones some of life’s guilty pleasures on a short stroll from Snape Maltings
The Big Onion Food and Music Festival at Elveden Estate near Thetford is back with a whole range of activities for all the family on the weekend of September 6 and 7.
Local food champions gathered at The Anchor At Walberswick recently for the launch of Slow Food East Suffolk.
Scarlett & Mustard has created a poppy seed dressing to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, inspired by a remarkable tale of bravery, selflessness and heroism.
David Falk at Discover Suffolk shares his downloadable walking and cycling routes with Lindsay Want
Liam Scarlett was described as one to watch when he was a dancer with the Royal Ballet. Now he’s turned his back on performing he’s being hailed as choreography’s next big thing. Andrew Clarke talks to him about his spectacular career so far
Dunwich Heath and its beautiful beach are popular escapes for many of us, especially in August when the heather is in full bloom. Even the National Trust team who look after this precious landscape have their very own stories, writes Jeremy Owen
Tessa Allingham meets Tara Stuart, who does wonderful things with egg whites
The RSPB’s Aggie Rothon has some wild ideas about beautiful bouquets for a summer wedding
Life can be challenging for today’s farming families. They must be prepared to diversify in imaginative, innovative ways and make use of every asset they possess. Jane Crowe visited Whites Farm near Bures where they’re doing just that. Pictures by Clare Dawson
Louise Denyer reads She Rises by Kate Worsley, which is set on the Suffolk and Essex border
Amanda and Chris Edgcombe’s Yoxford home is a haven for lovers of all things retro. Words and pictures by Tony Hall