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March 13 2014 Latest news:
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Aggie Rothon from the RSPB discovers a cost-free alternative to the gym
There’s something about the arrival of spring that makes us want to get back outdoors, take a deep breath of fresh air and march off somewhere special.
Teapots, Morris men and the county’s first self-service shop . . . Jonathan Schofield visits a village where a perfectly preserved past complements a lively commercial spirit
Sea Pictures Gallery, Clare, celebrates the start of spring with a wonderful exhibition of the work of embroiderer Michelle Holmes and painter Carol Saunderson. These two talented ladies shared a studio for 18 years before Carol moved back to Suffolk in December 2013. The exhibition opens on March 1 and runs until Thursday, April 17, 2014.
John Grant follows the twisting, turning, magnificent River Alde . . . or is it the Ore?
Sam Woor visits restored Woodbridge Tide Mill, where the stones are once again grinding flour
Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury has had an extensive makeover. Andrew Clarke spoke to museum director Mark Bills about helping people to get closer to one of Britain’s greatest artists
The Henham Park Game & Coutry Fair
March 15th - 16th 2014
Henham Park, Nr. Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 8AN
The Suffolk coast is irresistible any time of year . . . but it’s extra special in winter.
A circular walk from Discover Suffolk’s ‘Treasured Suffolk’ portfolio combines the wide, open landscapes of the Waveney Valley marshes with the intimacy of village churches and mystery of monastic ruins
Jayne Lindill revisits one of the county’s favourite seaside towns with Suffolk Secrets
Lucy Redman visits Bressingham Gardens, established 60 years ago by renowned plantsman Alan Bloom. Pictures by Richard Bloom
Autumn is a time of golden harvests, blackberry laden hedgerows and the roaring of rutting red deer in the mist. Nature photographer Kiri Stuart-Clarke follows herds of red deer in Suffolk as they strut their stuff
Building work can now start on the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art as fundraising reaches £15million.
In the hustle and bustle of the county's towns and city, you'll find a wealth of attractions and activities to keep your youngsters out of mischief...
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"...