... a bit Suffolk
|tu 28 de 10|
Now that is a loss, Mark Lamarr has left Radio 2. His three hour God's Jukebox was an absolute joy, who else would almost play country hit ♫Don't the girls all get prettier about closing time♫
|tu 7 se 10|
Some five years ago ex-US airman and ex-Framlingham resident Chris Gray first contacted us and has since become a chum on the bulletin board. Chris served in Viet Nam and back in July his baby brother Andy, who has served in Iraq, was deployed to south west Asia as a Command Master Chief in the naval reserve. Stay safe Andy, those girls need their daddy.
|sa 24 jl 10|
Wednesday and Big Al the Light Monkey (that's his mum herwithabrainetc hovering) graduated from Nottingham Uni. Bruce Welch of The Shadows (or was it The Beatles?) was sufficiently desperate to be on ntc that he crashed the snap, and again and again ... sad. The official Big Al graduation pic.
|fr 2 jl 10|
|tu 8 jn 10|
Adam Wolley is in Botswana and the only cash dispenser for several 100 miles won't cough up.
|we 19 my 10|
Adam Wolley is in Malawi.
|we 19 my 10|
Framlingham Australia may be a lot smaller than Framlingham Suffolk but 18 year old Tanaya Harradine-Atkinson has been selected for a national netball team.
|th 13 my 10|
|we 12 my 10|
Crikey, missing Stradbroke teenager Rachel Fisk has turned up in Aberdeen!
|fr 7 my 10|
Adam Wolley is having his stitches out in Zambia.
|mo 3 my 10|
Adam Wolley's final stitch count is 38.
|su 2 my 10|
Saxtead boy and Earl Soham Vic barman Adam Wolley is cycling from London to Capetown to support the Malaria Consortium. In Rwanda he now has more than 20 stitches in his face and mouth after going through a car's rear windscreen.
|we 14 ap 10|
Jenny in Earl Soham has pointed out that Adam Wolley from Saxtead is doing a bit of a bike ride to support the Malaria Consortium ... as a matter of fact a bike ride from a large town near Chelmsford to Cape Town ... and on his own ... and he's got as far as Kenya.
|mo 18 ja 10|
As is the way the signs for the Chelmsford Riverside Centre come and go but we did find it and inside an encouragingly good turn out of all ages and all abilities for the Triple Sword Roller Girls. The gentle voiced ... more at roller derby