... a bit Suffolk
|sa 4 Mar|
It says on the seed packet we could have been sowing radishes last month, daffs appearing (if not blooming) all over the place and definitely spring on a Dennington junction and in Stately Terrace Framlingham.
|tu 11 Oct|
Tomorrow night's everybody welcome Dennington WI open meeting has guest speaker Stephen Bayfield so some old time Suffolk squit guaranteed.
|we 24 Aug|
|we 10 Aug|
A car stolen in Dennington between 7pm last night and 8am this morning.
|fr 4 Dec|
JOBS Roger Gladwell in Maypole Green near Dennington needs a carpenter and a digger driver/groundsman.
|sa 21 Nov|
Enough water around on the roads today, this was between Dennington and Brundish.
|th 22 Oct|
Throwback Thursday: Seven years ago today there was a two car accident in Dennington that left one driver in intensive care.
|tu 15 Sep|
Oh dear, last night roofing lead stolen from St Mary's Dennington.
|th 10 Sep|
Fred Squirrell passed away in March from cancer. Sunday in Framlingham about some 30 bikers assembled in the Elms Car Park for the 10am depart of the Fred Squirrell Memorial ride led by Fred's brother Carl. The ride was to end back near the coast at Dennington village hall for a buffet and a stunning display of Fred's sporting successes.
An hour later in New Road the usual enormous field for the Framlingham Flyers 10k set off.
|sa 22 Aug|
A very decent turnout on a lovely day at the Dennington village hall boot sale. Very taken with this fella who had set up on his own in the car park (everyone else was round the back on the grass) because that's how he and Dave used to do it.
|we 12 Aug|
Tonight's Dennington WI in the village hall includes A Journey in Textiles by Jane Gamble.
|su 7 Jun|
Ages ago we much enjoyed an open day at Dennington Hall Farm, they're doing it again 1:00-5:00pm today.
|su 7 Jun|
JOB(S) The Dennington Queens is looking for a chef or possibly chefs.
|th 7 May|
10:17am The Framlingham poll officer is already having to poke ballots in with a ruler, it does matter just bloody VOTE!
06:50pm Earlier we spoke to prospective parish councillor Richard Pierce-Saunderson outside the Stradbroke poll. He was about to vote as an emergency proxy on some one else's behalf, we found it exciting. There was a steady stream in out of the Stradbroke poll, very quiet in Wilby, quiet in Brundish and steady in Dennington.
08:21pm Queue back to the door in Framlingham polling station. You have to be in the queue by 10pm to get a ballot paper ... not long to go.
10:19pm Too late now, Riverside Framlingham.
|sa 31 Jan|
We got our first digital SLR camera in 2006, it was a Canon 300D (sold in the US as EOS Rebel) and second hand off eBay of course. It had a screen on the back slightly bigger than a postage stamp and the following year we upgraded to a 350D. Old digital cameras don't die as quickly as you might think, yesterday there were 7,690 uploads from 300Ds to Flickr.