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Young wildlife photographer Kyle Moore from Lowestoft won a top award in the RSPCA Young Photographer awards at the end of last year. He shares his love of wildlife with Suffolk Magazine and his tips for taking great shots
One of the best ways to see Framlingham is to follow the Town Trail
Lindsay Want’s indulges in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk
The heart of the county, mid-Suffolk is an area of rolling open countryside, punctuated by ancient market towns and picturesque villages – Stowmarket, Needham Market, Debenham, Elmswell, Bacton and Woolpit to name a few.
Looking after some of Suffolk’s most significant and beautiful historic buildings presents big challenges when the time comes to modernise, as Miranda Campbell, the National Trust’s environmental expert, explains
Lindsay Want’s monthly indulgence in tucked away stuff that’s simply oh-so-Suffolk
It’s the world’s largest wildlife survey – the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch on Saturday and Sunday, January 24 and 25. And it needs you.
David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, starts the New Year with a coastal walk between the heritage town of Southwold and the historic village of Walberswick
David Falk, manager of Brandon Country Park, explores the area around Middleton and discovers wetlands, meadows, pubs, farmshops and eels!
Lindsay Want takes a seasonal look at some of the county’s shy stars
Lindsay Want unpacks a sack load of Suffolk countryside walks worth sharing with friends and family this Christmas, delivered by David ‘Santa’ Falk and the Suffolk County Council’s Discover Suffolk project
Rachael Murray reports on efforts to halt the decline of the iconic turtle dove
Hiding perhaps, but not hidden away, Suffolk has so many poignant traces of the past, memories which shall never be forgotten. Lindsay Want takes a moment to reflect and share
In 1940 Britain stood alone against the mighty German war machine. But it had a huge advantage – radar – and Suffolk played a major role in its development. Now the team at Bawdsey Radar Trust are hoping to secure the future of the world’s first operational radar station. James Marston reports