... a bit Suffolk
|su 15 Jul|
Almost too sunny yesterday on Framlingham market and in the evening the Rendham Mummers were crammed into the garden at the back of the Sibton White Horse. We know we're not supposed to like the French with their nice food, world cup and Tour de France but we so enjoyed last night's Gallic aristocrats we had to suppress a Allez le bleu!
|mo 28 Jan|
Thank god for that! Five shotguns (and cartridges) stolen in a daytime Sibton burglary have been recovered and a Saxmundham man charged.
|we 20 Jul|
This year's Mouth to Mouth Theatre summer garden tour is the Molière comedy Sganarelle or The Self Deceived Husband and they are at the Sibton White Horse tonight.
|su 19 Jun|
|mo 4 Jan|
In Sibton on the way to the matinee of Five and the Mystery of Sherwood Forest a peacock (no, not a pheasant a peacock) tried to ... more at Halesworth.
|tu 22 Dec|
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NaTCH and The Brewer found Cratfield in the traditional manner by wandering about until they tripped over it and then despite the Cratfield Poacher being closed they
sampled Aspall's Suffolk Blonde (5.5%) because the Poacher is the only place in the universe where you can get it ... maybe it's available in parallel universes? With Poacher landlords Roger and Margaret we then travelled to Sibton for a good lunch with Tony and board admin Amanda. Conversation included Tony's inflammatory letter in the East African and the depth of the River Deben in Kettleburgh. AfAR from the Gentleman Plumber (boring old work again). (last visit ↓ subsequent lunch previous lunch)
|su 10 May|
The first of three different concerts at St Peter's, Sibton tonight to help maintain the church building will be given by the Arisoso Quartet with a programme including Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Gade.
|tu 13 Dec|
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Rob got a pint of Batemans but NaTCH didn't, well actually he refused the end of the barrel ... well kept Adnams though. Rob left early to see his son in the school play and Matt arrived to sell the landlord some Jolabrugg, collect three kegs and demolish a brie and bacon roll. Conversation include Hugh's pre-Christmas lash, Ian Dury's third from last gig and the comforting fact that large ladies still bounce up and down during Landy hill climbs. AfAR from David. (first visit subsequent lunch previous lunch)