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April 16 2014 Latest news:
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A group of determined villagers have formed a charitable trust to run and maintain one of the county’s ancient monuments. Jonathan Schofield went to meet them
David Falk, Suffolk County Council’s Countryside access manager, takes the Wherry Line train to Somerleyton and follows the Angles Way home
David Falk, manage of Suffolk County Council’s Discover Suffolk project, hides out at Suffo;kl Wildlife Trust’s nature reserve
Aggie Rothon from the RSPB discovers a cost-free alternative to the gym
There’s something about the arrival of spring that makes us want to get back outdoors, take a deep breath of fresh air and march off somewhere special.
Teapots, Morris men and the county’s first self-service shop . . . Jonathan Schofield visits a village where a perfectly preserved past complements a lively commercial spirit
Sea Pictures Gallery, Clare, celebrates the start of spring with a wonderful exhibition of the work of embroiderer Michelle Holmes and painter Carol Saunderson. These two talented ladies shared a studio for 18 years before Carol moved back to Suffolk in December 2013. The exhibition opens on March 1 and runs until Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Lindsay Want finds space for reflection as she enjoys Suffolk at a slower pace – thanks to David Falk at Discover Suffolk and his special selection of Easy Going Trails
A quick guide to festive events and shopping around the county
Felixstowe Musical Theatre (FMT) is performing Half a Sixpence at the Seckford Theatre, Woodbridge November 21-23.