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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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Southwold Pier

We have collected eight days out perfect for the whole family to enjoy right on your doorstep that won’t break the bank

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Spa review: Hintlesham Hall

Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The Spa at Hintlesham

Lynda Keeble, of Jayrest Interiors, who worked her design expertise at Hintlesham Hall last year, has returned to help create a place of tranquillity and calm within its luxurious new spa

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Dusk over the Blyth

A stroke needn’t mean the end of an active life. For a group in Sudbury, it marked the beginning of a new career as artists. Lucy Etherington meets the SAS members as they prepare for their third biannual BrushStroke exhibition

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Suffolk’s town and village signs

Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Welcome to Suffolk sign along the A134

Lesley Dolphin thinks we should make more of our town and village signs

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Romantic walks in Suffolk

Wednesday, January 27, 2016
South Elmham Minster. All photos by Lindsay Want

Nothing could be easier than falling in love with Suffolk. Its countryside is such a natural partner – breathtakingly beautiful, quaintly quirky and wonderfully wedded to the seasons.

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Short story: The Light of Angels

Thursday, January 14, 2016
eadt feature laurence cawley

for feature on Orford Ness being opened up for the first time to photographic tours

Expansive skies at sunset above Orford Ness

photograph Laurence Cawley 27/3/09

EADT 9.5.09

Last summer we invited readers to unleash their creativity in a short story competition on the theme Secret Suffolk. We had an enthusiastic response, which gave the judges – authors Liz Trenow and Ruth Dugdall – the hard task of deciding the winner. Angie Pegg, of Wilby, emerged triumphant

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Southwold: quirky fun at the pier

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Southwold Pier

Nick Cottam meets irrepressible Tim Hunkin, creator of the whacky Under the Pier Show. Just the thing to cheer you up on a winter’s day. Photos: Tim Curtis

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Church angels in East Anglia

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Feathered friend: An archangel clad in a suit of feathers in the nave roof at St Mary's Bury St Edmunds

Look up in a Suffolk church and chances are there will be winged guardians watching over you. Check out these angels from the county’s churches.

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A photo essay dedicated to Suffolk

Thursday, January 7, 2016
Photo essay by Ruth Grindrod

Award winning landscape photographer Ruth Grindrod’s photo essay explaining her photographs of the beautiful Suffolk landscape.

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On Constable’s beat

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, kicks off 2016 with a gentle walk in the very heart of Constable Country between Flatford and Dedham

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Puppy dog tales

Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Hidden Suffolk

Lindsay Want’s monthly indulgence in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk

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Herringfleet Mill, Suffolk | Explore the beautiful Suffolk towns and countryside this winter

From Waveney and the Suffolk coast to Dedham Vale, these 19 pictures are guaranteed to get you exploring the beautiful towns and countryside of Suffolk this winter

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Seasonal Suffolk strolls | a winter morning in Snape

Feeling full after a festive feast? We pick 5 countryside walks perfect for walking off the Christmas dinner to the sound of local church bells - plus some of the best cosy pubs to visit along the way

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Welcoming winter visitors

Monday, December 14, 2015

Winter might not have the same exuberance of flirting birds in spring, but still rewards us with some wonderful sights and sounds. The RSPB’s Vicky Boorman enjoys the season

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