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Thirty years ago this month Suffolk was badly battered as hurricane force winds wreaked havoc across the UK – and forecasters famously got it wrong. Veteran East Anglian metorologist Jim Bacon recalls the event and tells Mike Trippitt how forecasting has come a long way since then

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We love scrolling through all of the beautiful photos of Suffolk. Here are some of our favourites from this week

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Lucy Etherington discovers the company dedicated to giving young people a chance to explore their talents and enjoy making opera together

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Fiona Melrose’s acclaimed debut novel spans the globe from Suffolk to SouthAfrica. Catherine Larner talked to her about the inspiration for her blossoming second career as a writer

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When her world fell apart, Kit Bradley found a happier life looking after sheep. Matt Gaw met her at Nowton Park, near Bury St Edmunds. Photography: Jennifer Leavy

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Cheesemaker Julie Cheyney has been winning awards for her truly artisanal products for more than a decade. Now her Suffolk-made St Jude is a contender in The Great British Cheese Awards. Tessa Allingham went to see how she does it.

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Five decades of his family’s links to food and farming are being celebrated by local butcher-grazier Jeremy Thickitt reports Glyn Williams

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With series 8 of the Great British Bake Off now getting underway, there’s no better time to find inspiration and get into baking. This is where Stowmarket’s Clandestine Cake Club comes in: we speak to club organiser Lavinia Heeroma to find out more.

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A discovery in her mother’s attic brought startling revelations to author Rosheen Finnigan of young love cut short by war – as well as a long forgotten connection to Suffolk. Catherine Larner hears her extraordinary story

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Tessa Allingham goes down to the wild woods near Haverhill to see the people – and pigs – behind the New England Boar Company

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The market town keeps its status as the nation’s largest silk producer rather quiet. But that’s about to change. Liz Trenow, whose family has a 300-year history in silk, reports

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Julian Claxton drops into a busy north Suffolk airfield to meet the crew and volunteers who keep it flying. Words and images by Julian

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First World War German U-boats did their worst to naval boats and fishing fleets off the Suffolk coast, until skippers like Thomas Crisp started fighting back. Sarah Doig recounts his heroic story

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Gina Long talks to the Bury St Edmunds based chartered surveyor and land agent about what makes him tick

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Tessa Allingham watches Suffolk knife-maker Tobias Ford at work. Photographs: Sarah Lucy Brown

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