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Tue, 12:14
Orford is also famous for its iconic lighthouse, which guides sailors away from the Orfordness shingle. Now no longer in use, its future hangs in the balance as the sea erodes its foundations

Garth Cooper recalls happy hours ‘tooling’ about on the river Ore and Alde

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Nesting tern

The Suffolk coast has become an important nesting site for one of our rarest and most elegant seabirds. Jesse Timberlake, RSPB little tern warden reports on the work being done to protect them

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
David Falk wanders through North Warren

David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, explores a hidden gem of nature beyond the frenetic worlds of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The Dunes, Thorpeness, restored to coastal glory by James Soanes

James Soane is an architect specialising in restoring old and interesting properties. He describes his own project, a traditional Thorpeness house

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
A day at the races _ Newmarket Racecouse_Suffolk

Photo journalist Julian Claxton takes his camera to Newmarket for his first race meeting and discovers all the best places to capture the excitment of the day

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Antony Gormley statue at Aldeburgh Martello Tower.

Catherine Larner meets a team at the forefront of preserving the nation’s forgotten historic buildings, including a few in Suffolk

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Discover Suffolk- coastal walk to Benacre Brioad

David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, takes an early morning walk from the impressive church at Covehithe to the extraordinary broads of Covehithe and Benacre

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Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Aldeburgh Musicircus on the beach and Crag Path, part of the Aldeburgh Festival

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

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Walks

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
intro article june 2014

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.

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Events

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Funny smiling black and tan havanese puppy dog

Woodbridge charity dog show promises fun for you and your pooch

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Suffolk Dog Day, July 2015

Follow your nose to Helmingham Hall

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Alan Marshall says 'Whether observing the plough teams, cart loaders or sheep shearers, he (Harry Becker) wasn’t seeking painted perfection or to create masterpieces for gallery walls, but was simply paying tribute to the men and beasts that brought life to the landscape around him.'

A group of artists want to put Edwardian artist Harry Becker firmly on Suffolk’s art map. Lucy Etherington meets them beneath the Wenhaston Doom

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Holidays

Wednesday, August 7, 2013
camping boys

Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Cressland holiday cottage in Kersey (available with Suffolk Secrets)

Kersey, with its quaint houses, recognisable splash and unspoilt views, is a great place for a weekend getaway, as Claire Holmes discovers

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Monday, February 11, 2013
The Transport Museum

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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Monday, February 11, 2013
Big Ben

Looking for a hotel that's clean and comfortable but won't break the bank? Karen Bowerman tested a budget brand that's recently opened several hotels in London...

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Tue, 11:52
Celia Hart, illustrator and printmaker - for Suffolk Magazine.

Tessa Allingham grabs a few moments with a local artisan

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Tue, 12:30
The Great House Team at the EACH Charity Dinner held at The Great House, Lavenham.

The Great House in Lavenham celebrated its 30th anniversary by raising more than £11,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

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Tue, 11:37
Luke Jeans at his Walberwick home.

Quirky Tow’s Cabin on Walberswick’s dunes had been in Luke Jeans’ family for three generations. Now he’s built a new ‘cabin’ on the site to call his own.

Tessa Allingham went to see it

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Tue, 12:17
Vet Shane Morrison with en endoscope used for investigating swallowed objects

Shane Morrison, of Christchurch Veterinary referrals in Ipswich, helps a dog overcome a summer hazard

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Tue, 11:28
The garden at Richmond House.

Catherine Horwood Barwise and her husband, Paddy, are inviting everyone to enjoy their romantic walled garden filled with scented plants, a vegetable patch, chickens and even a swimming pool. Amy Gallivan asked Catherine why she enjoys her garden so much

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Tue, 12:14
Orford is also famous for its iconic lighthouse, which guides sailors away from the Orfordness shingle. Now no longer in use, its future hangs in the balance as the sea erodes its foundations

Garth Cooper recalls happy hours ‘tooling’ about on the river Ore and Alde

Read more