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If the chance to learn new and interesting skills in an idyllic setting were not enough, there is also cake, as Tara Greaves discovered on a visit to the Field Studies Council’s flagship centre at Flatford Mill
Since taking up residence in the coastal village, Jan Etherington has plunged into local life . . . literally
Duncan Jackson’s discovery of Suffolk’s heritage coast came about from a holiday in years gone by when the friends rented a beach house at Thorpeness for a summer break.
Latitude has always been different – both in the variety of entertainment on offer and the audience it attracts – but that also extends to its green credentials, as Tara Greaves discovered when she talked to sustainability co-ordinator Laura Pando
Sean Reid, outdoors manager at the National Trust’s Ickworth House, gives an insight into caring for one of the country’s finest Italianate gardens
Cycle along quiet country lanes, discover ancient windmills, wander around an Elizabethan manor house and take in the views from some of Suffolk’s finest countryside.
James Marston accepts Alastair and Lavinia Robinson’s invitation to view their historic house near Newmarket
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.
Folk, jazz, world, classical, comedy, poetry - there is something for everyone at this year’s Aldeburgh Music Snape Proms
Lucy Etherington delves into an amorphously vibrant wonderland
Wayne Savage previews what should be one of the Suffolk coast’s biggest music events