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James Henry’s foray into the world of birdwatching in Suffolk provided the backdrop to his latest crime novel | Words: Catherine Larner

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Paul Simon talks to Edward Wilson creator of the fictional Lowestoft-born spy William Catesby

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Lindsay Want shows you how to get the very best out of Suffolk’s family-friendly festival at Glemham Hall

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Among Suffolk’s seafaring folk are those who left Britain’s shores rather reluctantly for a penal colony on the other side of the world | Words: John Wright

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When Felixstowe lost its Coastguard service over 20 years ago local volunteers rallied to the cause | Words: Mike Trippitt | Photos: Sarah Lucy Brown

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Matt Gaw joins a project hoping to ensure our favourite spiky, snuffly garden visitors don’t disappear altogether

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A visit to the 95th Bombardment Group Hospital Museum and Red Feather Club near Eye reveals two sides of a poignant local story | Words & Photos: Lindsay Want

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In the no-frills, grass roots world of non-league football the most important man on the pitch might just be the groundsman

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It’s nose to the grindstone at Suffolk’s oldest working watermill in its fairy-tale setting near Pakenham Fen | Words & Photos: Lindsay Want

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John Grant reports on the launch of a memories project to mark an important anniversary for Suffolk’s much loved Dunwich Heath

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Roger Hardy is an artist and sculptor who finds inspiration in the objects he finds while wandering Suffolk’s beaches and estuaries. Words:Tessa Allingham | Photos: Sarah Lucy Brown

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Mike Trippitt talks to Dani Church who keeps a family tradition alive by rowing the ferry at Walberswick

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Mike Trippitt uncovers the fascinating story of the vital role this east coast port played in the fight against Germany in two world wars

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The Felixstowe Book Festival, in collaboration with Suffolk Magazine, is launching its 2018 short story competition. We’re looking for short stories of up to 1,000 words, and the winning entry will be published in Suffolk Magazine

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Mike Trippitt meets Stephanie Lambourne, an artist with an eye for our funny little habits...

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When ex-Land Girl Alice Piotrowski turned 90 she gave her family of ‘bucket list’ of things she wanted to, including returning to the former Land Army hostel in north Suffolk she hadn’t seen since she was a teenager. Sheena Grant reports

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In the 100th year since the first women gained the right to vote, Polly Trenow chronicles the life of a true unsung Suffolk heroine and campaigner for women’s suffrage, who will finally be nationally recognised this month

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Ken Delve looks at the key role Suffolk’s many airfields played in the defence of the country during the early years of the Royal Air Force

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Prince Charles called her ‘the doughtiest fighter for good sense in agriculture’, the newspapers have dubbed her an eco-hero, she won an OBE for her services to the meat industry, she has been a castaway on the BBC’s Desert Island Discs and was The Oldie’s Campaigner of the Year in 2010.

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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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What does a biochemist looking for a new challenge in life do? Set up a high-end, bespoke distillery of course. Linda Duffin went to meet Dr John Walters at the English Spirit Distillery

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The building block creation features important aspects of Sheeran’s life and may be made into an official Lego set if it receives enough online support

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From food producers to actresses, CEOs to volunteers and authors to chaplains, we’ve spoken to some of Suffolk’s most inspirational women. Here are 12 figures who have helped create our county’s unique social and cultural landscape

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Rural communities throughout the UK could be eligible to receive funding via the Calor Rural Community Fund from energy provider Calor

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Frances Hopewell-Smith goes into the woods to experience the thrill of husky racing. Photos: Chris Wellstead

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