... a bit Suffolk
|su 19 Aug|
Today is Runway Sunday at Bentwaters Rendlesham; skate, scoot or pedal on the main runway and raise money for the St Elizabeth Hospice.
|sa 14 Oct|
Tomorrow is the last day the Cold War Museum Rendlesham will be open this year.
|su 13 Sep|
Friday night we went to the private view of two young local artists at Asylum Studios Bentwaters Rendlesham but unfortunately it had been last month. We should have worked this out as we knew Synesthesia in honour of Rob Quin was running at the studios until the 27th (by appointment).
|mo 29 Jun|
The mobile police station was in the centre of Wickham Market Friday afternoon operated by PCSOs Kat Howard and Sallyanna Chattenberry with volunteer John Hoe, and it had customers. The station goes out for a week every six weeks, it's next tour starts Monday 3 August in the Costcutter car park Rendlesham.
|we 18 Feb|
Police remind drivers to lock their cars after at least four were entered overnight in Rendlesham last week.
|su 3 Aug|
♫ Today at the Orford Pavilion (no, we don't know where it is either) it's the twelfth annual Picnic Jazz with singers Emma Divine and Natasha Hodge bill topping, and police will be at Rendlesham Forest Centre (we sort of know where that is) 10am-2pm raising cycling safety and security awareness.
|mo 2 Apr|
Glad you spotted yesterday's April fool, of course Dame Celia will be wearing dungarees and Doc Ms to open the Stackton Tressel trouser exhibition, but the April fool that caught us out was the Rendlesham forest visitor centre didn't know there was mountain bike racing on let alone where it was despite sponsoring it.
|fr 27 Aug|
Earlier this week a fighter plane at the former RAF Bentwaters in Rendlesham had its nose cone stolen.
|sa 19 Jun|
|tu 24 Nov|
That's surprising and regrettable, Rendlesham sports centre is scheduled to close next month.
|fr 4 Jan|
... and from Rendlesham and Tunstall two reasons to lock your garden shed.
|mo 27 Aug|
What to do last night was pack a picnic, drive to the middle of Rendlesham Forest, eat the picnic and then watch Hamlet in the fading light. This show Red Rose Chain was seven pros and some eight or so young hopefuls.
A tragedy but RRC managed to get plenty of laughs out of it and we loved the ghost. The production looks great, the costumes having an intriguingly understated consistency and the slowly going daylight some how linked to the progression of the play. were outstanding! Hamlet may be
The venue has everything; bar, posh coffee, loads of loos but no apparent dressing room so the cast sort of mingle ... sometimes seemingly in character. As we drove into the car park two thesps waved at us in manner that screamed Hail my fair Lord Petruchio, how goes most saucy Worcester?