... a bit Suffolk
|we 21 Aug|
|sa 14 Jul|
That might be the glorious Helmingham Hall in the Lovejoy Christmas special.
|su 31 Jul|
Classic cars and motorbikes at Helmingham Hall next Sunday the 7th.
|sa 24 May|
Suffolk Pride Live fundraiser tonight at the Ipswich Steamboat and tomorrow at the delightful Helmingham Hall a free plant to the first 800 visitors to Plant Heritage's Spring Plant Fair.
|sa 26 May|
When we visited the Heritage Plant Fair at Helmingham Hall last year we were quite taken aback at how big it is, the fair's back this Sunday.
|th 3 May|
Police Direct reporting flooded roads around Bredfield, Debenham, Helmingham, Melton, Otley, Stowmarket and Woodbridge ... bad enough that Victoria from the Framlingham Bookshop gave up try to get from Stowupland to Fram this morning.
|mo 30 May|
We were rather taken aback by the size of the sale with the Ipswich sea cadets marshalling traffic and moving things about. We'd assumed it's a sale of rare plants but it's actually a sort of large pop-up garden centre selling from cheese to fountains to wood sculpture and of course loadsa plants.
|su 22 May|
|fr 13 May|
Rather nice 19thC print of Helmingham Hall on ebaY and Plant Heritage are back there with their plant sale at the end of the month.
|th 19 Aug|
Don't know what was happening in Framsden Saturday (the Helmingham Hall
Suffolk Rare Breeds was Sunday) but Amanda Frost has put some rather nice pix on the board.
|fr 28 May|
Two jobs going in Huntingfield, the desk on the board SOLD, tomorrow night the newly formed Framlingham Rotary Club will celebrate gaining their charter at Thorpeness Country Club and Sunday at that most lovely of venues Helmingham Hall it's the Plant Heritage's spring sale.
|sa 22 Aug|
|sa 23 May|
In the absolutely magnificent setting of Helmingham Hall Suffolk Plant Heritage are having a sale with an estimated 40 stalls.
|mo 19 May|
Helmingham Hall is the ancestral home of the Tollemache family. The gardens are open Wednesday and Sunday afternoons throughout the summer and the whole thing is just exquisite . Lady Tollemache (who cut a ribbon earlier this month) is a garden designer and it shows from the colour of the garden furniture to the wild flower borders of the carefully mown walkways ... mind you it must cost a fortune in plaques.