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How you can join Gill Moon, one of the best known photographers of the Suffolk coast, on a free photography walk and tutorial

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A poignant farewell letter from a Suffolk convict transported for his crimes in 1818 is expected to make up to £600 at auction with Cheffins.

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Helping to look after Suffolk’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty is inspiring, rewarding, a source of pride, and fun, say volunteers. Here’s how you can join them.

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Bev Rogers, environmentalist, teacher and eco entrepreneur, talks about life on a Dutch barge moored on the River Deben in Woodbridge

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In praise of Suffolk dogs — where would we be without them? | Words: Jayne Lindill - Images: Sarah Lucy Brown

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Suffolk-born botanist Joseph Hooker was one of Britain’s most eminent scientists and a friend of Charles Darwin | Words: John Wright

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Jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, printmaking and woodworking Suffolk Craft Society offers a month-long visual feast, plus pop-up markets in Aldeburgh

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Do you want to make the most of your time? Here’s how a virtual assistant can help

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BBC Radio Suffolk afternoon presenter Lesley Dolphin talks about her long career and why she’s glad to call Suffolk home

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What’s wrong with Family Fortunes? Well some of the questions need updating for a start.

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At a time when being a Suffolk girl has never been more important to me, or pertinent, exactly how Suffolk am I? | Words: Lynne Mortimer

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Suffolk folk/rock band The Silburys have created an atmospheric video about the city beneath the waves as the backdrop to their original song, The Dunwich Bells

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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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As lockdown restrictions are eased and more places are gradually reopening, we take a look at the businesses who are ready for business

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William Gocher from Ipswich, Suffolk, started a surfing craze in the 1900s when he defied the law on swimming in daylight on Sydney’s famous Manly beach. John Wright tells the story

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Superstar Ed Sheeran has made a ‘founding gift’ to help launch Suffolk Community Foundation’s ‘Rebuilding Local Lives Appeal’ in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The appeal has a £2 million target – find out how you can help

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Columnist Lynne Mortimer tells of a new book about Wickham Market National School between 1841 and 1934 and recalls her own school days in Ipswich

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BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Lesley shares the wonderful, wild world in her own back garden

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‘There’s someone at the door’ won’t get you out of a tedious phone call at the moment, says Jan Etherington

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Need something to keep the kids occupied or just fancy a little project to exercise your arty side? We’ve put together this list of Suffolk-themed craft activities for you to try

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A new edition of Suffolk Scene, Julian Tennyson’s book written on the eve of war, recaptures his great love for his county | Words: Tessa Allingham

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‘All Creatures Great and Small’ star Carol Drinkwater is among a stellar collection of authors who will be appearing in a virtual Felixstowe Book Festival during the Coronavirus lockdown

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It’s a decade since an epic walking challenge raised £20k for charity and set the course for May de la Rue’s life. Now she’s told the story in a book about the experience | Words: Jayne Lindill

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Marion Welham explains how to bring the beach to your garden even if you live nowhere near the coast

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Tessa Allingham discovers how the Covid-19 pandemic has opened up ways for Suffolk producers to reach new customers

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