The 68th Aldeburgh Festival starts a fortnight of cultural celebration on June 12. Andrew Clarke spoke to chief executive Roger Wright about how the festival is speeding its wings – both artistically and geographically
Lunch by the Waveney locks, a pint by the Orwell at Pin Mill, afternoon tea by the Stour in the heart of Constable Country . . . Suffolk is awash with wonderful waterside experiences, but it’s oh-so-tempting to just go with the flow and stick to our favourite spots.
Glasgow is often referred to as Scotland's second city, known for its glorious art deco architecture, but little more beyond that. However, Glasgow has as many as 45 parks, earning it the ancient nickname the "dear green place"...
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Sister Marian Davies is the east coast’s sea chaplain, looking after the spiritual welfare of hundreds of seafarers every week. John Cassidy went to Felixstowe, Britain’s largest and busiest container port, to see her in action