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The Waveney Inn, Beccles. The marina at Waveney River Centre

It’s one of the county’s jewels, made beautiful by the river that gives it life and still provides a reason for people to live, work and visit Suffolk’s border lands

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Some photos of Orford castle and river

Sara Green and her family head off to Orford

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Hidden Suffolk

Our green spaces are preciously private and community celebrations. Lindsay Want explores some of the county’s hidden gardens

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A summer walk at Dunwich Heath

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Dunwich walk - David Falk

Heather covered Dunwich Heath is a favourite haunt of walkers and tourists. David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, enjoys a glorious summer’s day on a circular walk

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FolkEast - bursting at the bellows

Saturday, August 6, 2016
FolkEast

FolkEast, the hands-on festival at Glemham Hall on August 19-21, showcases tent-loads of talent, contemporary and traditional music, and Suffolk’s very real stuff of life. But it has one special talent all of its own - bringing folk together. Lindsay Want meets festival fans to find out more.

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Lilving history at the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket

History comes alive in this family friendly event in Stowmarket

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All sett for badger watching

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Badger by Russell Edwards

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Matt Gaw settles in the for the night shift at a badger watch somewhere in Suffolk

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Felixstowe Ferry

Simon Amstutz, AONB manager, replies to a frequently asked question about Suffolk’s much loved heritage coast and discovers it’s quite a list . . .

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Coastal dwellers living at the edge

Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Alan Peck, senior watchkeeper at the Coastwatch lookout in the Martello Tower in Felixstowe

Ruth Dugdall, a seaside dweller, seeks out some of the people who live and work between the land and sea

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Church Cottage, Troston

Amy Gallivan talked to Graeme and Marysa Norris about why they enjoy their green idyll so much

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Ad Feature: Sea Pictures Gallery, Clare

Thursday, June 23, 2016
Sea Pictures Gallery

An arts space lovingly tended by owners Sarah and Alaric Pugh, under the historic eaves of their Georgian home in the heart of one of Suffolk’s most beautiful towns, Clare.

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Keeping the wheel turning

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Woodbridge Tide Mill

Since its restoration by an enthusiastic band of volunteers, Woodbridge Tide Mill has become a key attraction for the town

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Somerleyton diary

Sunshine and warmth bring a welcome queue of new season Somerleyton Estate produce for chef-director Stephen David

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A-Z of Suffolk villages: Debenham

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Debenham high street

Exploring some of the county’s hidden treasures

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Orford Castle

Suffolk is rich with history and this is evident in its five castles. Some might be closer than you thought

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From country parks to ancient woodlands, Suffolk is home to beautiful bluebell walks... | Captain's Wood, Suffolk (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Spectacular displays of bluebells come into bloom in April and May - from country parks to ancient woodlands, we pick 9 places in Suffolk to go for a woodland walk

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Latitude Festival (Victor Frankowski) | Music festivals in Suffolk that you should know about

Not sure where to go this summer for the best festival experience? We’ve got it covered in our guide to Suffolk music festivals for 2016

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Dawn at Slaughden end of Aldeburgh beach, Suffolk

We have selected 9 of the most beautiful places in Suffolk for you to peruse. These quintessentially British villages are perfect tourist destinations in Suffolk.

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Shingle Street at dawn | Ruth Grindrod

Shingle Street is a remote coastal village at the mouth of Orford Ness, between Orford and Bawdsey - landscape photographer Ruth Grindrod reveals its beauty

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6 facts about Cratfield, Suffolk

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Cratfield Church stood out against the stormy sky

With its pretty medieval country church and small community, this quiet village in north Suffolk is a hidden gem

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Things to do in Suffolk this weekend

Monday, April 18, 2016
Great things to do in Suffolk this weekend: art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.

Great things to do in Suffolk this weekend: art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.

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country walk

From Walberswick and Sutton Hoo to the Stour Valley, we head out in search of the perfect Suffolk spot for a St George’s Day picnic

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Margaret Laws garden, Benton End, Hadleigh

Something very special happens when a garden is loved and cared for by a consummate plant collector who happens to be a serious artist too. The overall design works, the planting is harmonious, painting pictures that please and delight, and are a true reflection of the creative soul behind the work.

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St Peter's church in Wenhaston

Suffolk has a beautiful collection of parish churches that are packed with local history and legend, many conveniently located with delicious places to eat nearby – we pick 6 worth a visit

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Spring walk: Arger Fen bluebell wood

Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Discover Suffolk, Arger Fen

Arger Fen is a 500-year old ancient woodland, a remnant of the swathes of forest that once covered much of Suffolk. Explore this fascinating landscape and walk amongst wild cherries, ancient oaks, alder and field maple on this 2.5 mile walk

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