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Why former EADT editor Terry Hunt believes the threatened extinction of the Suffolk accent is a catastrophe for our local heritage

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What makes the perfect Christmas? For most of us it’s good food, good drink and good company, wherever we call home. And in Suffolk we’re lucky to have some great people in the food and drink industry who ensure we always have a great time | Words: Jayne Lindill

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From her great uncle’s First World War diary Vicky Gunnell pieced together the career of a pioneer in aerial photography at Orford Ness and Martlesham Heath

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Spirit Yachts is a Suffolk success story. After 25 years of designing and building luxury vessels sailed all over the world, it has plenty to celebrate | Words: Ross Bentley

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Private, intimate and unforgettable: here’s why you should consider a bespoke package wedding at a stately home

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An exclusive charity sale at Bishop & Miller gives Ed Sheeran fans the chance to own some of the singer’s personal items

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October . . . the month for the unusual and the unexplained. Pip Wright delves into Suffolk’s strange, bewildering history of witchcraft | Words: Pip Wright

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Tessa Allingham sits down to dinner prepared by some of the county’s most talented chefs and their most promising protegés

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John White has lived and worked at the tiny hamlet of Felixstowe Ferry for almost all of his 79 years | Words & Photos: Mike Trippitt

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Thinking of boarding school for your child but have concerns? There might be a flexible boarding option to suit you at Royal Hospital School, Ipswich

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Tree sculptor John Williams has embarked on an ambitious storytelling project in the Ickworth House gardens | Words & Photos: Suzy Stennett

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A couple moving from the UK to New Zealand have decided to use their journey to save threatened wildlife, by cycling 21,000 kilometres through 27 countries in 12 months, fundraising for Halesworth-based wildlife charity World Land Trust

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Kate Osborne is on a mission to share her love of all things coastal, and to help save marine environments | Words: Jayne Lindill

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An exciting new project will unlock Sutton Hoo’s Anglo Saxon past and reveal how it has helped shape who we are today | Words: Jayne Lindill

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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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