... a bit Suffolk
|su 17 Mar|
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|fr 15 Mar|
JOB Restaurant supervisor with an engaging smile wanted in Framlingham and at the college a design and technology teacher ... doesn't seem to mention smiling in the job spec for the teacher but the applicant needs to be dynamic.
|th 14 Mar|
Like we said Tuesday in a further attempt to please Mr Google the gridiron UK section now has an Ipswich Cardinals page.
|tu 12 Mar|
|mo 11 Mar|
Life Skills 24: Always staple a cheque to the paperwork. We had a cheque that somehow at the Land Registry got separated from the application and suddenly we were dealing with two people, the person who had the application and the person who had the cheque ... not easy to sort out.
The year moves on, it'll be the spring equinox Wednesday next week.
|su 10 Mar|
Despite initially an impressively completing pass game from visitors the Bath Killer Bees there was no first quarter score in Norwich today. With touchdowns in both the second and fourth quarters the UEA Pirates won 14-00 assisted by running back #90 Cornelius Walters' impression of a double decker bus. The Pirates now progress to the semi-finals playing at home to we think the Exeter Demons.
The year moves on, yesterday the Flora Tearooms at Dunwich reopened for fish and chips.
Building work at the Co-op petrol station Stowupland will continue until at least May and possibly July.
|fr 8 Mar|
A Wing and a Prayer is a large, colourful, glass art piece by Arabella Marshall which is expected to be installed into the ruined chapel at Minsmere this summer. It will launch a three year programme of arts, nature and heritage based activities.
|th 7 Mar|
♫ Tomorrow's FolkEast Wilson Family concert in Blaxhall is SOLD OUT.
Yesterday afternoon's birthday tea party in the Framlingham Unitarian .
|we 6 Mar|
The year moves on, Saturday the Flora Tearooms at Dunwich reopens for fish and chips.
House sales review around near the coast, see what your neighbours paid for theirs.
|tu 5 Mar|
The clocks go forward at the end of the month.
JOB Care assistant in Framlingham.
It's pancake day.
|su 3 Mar|
Today drove on the A47 from Peterborough to Norwich, they does like a roundabout they does.
|sa 2 Mar|
Hollesley gets its own page, and why not?
|fr 1 Mar|
Advert slots above and in the twice(ish) monthly digest available NOW. So to tell near the coast about yourself with £11.95 but BOGOF, that's two months for the price of one ... first come first served.
|th 28 Feb|
JOB Vehicle technician wanted at John Grose Framlingham.
|we 27 Feb|
If yours is a local event for local people then you won't need How to promote your event on nearthcoast.
The first time we visited Stately Terrace Framlingham a ginger cat rushed up and told us they loved us. After we moved to the Terrace we learnt that the ginger belonged to Sally our near neighbour and had been named George on the usually safe assumption that he was a tom. In fact George was a betty as they call female cats in Suffolk. A sunny day years later we could see George curled up asleep on Sally's garden roof ... an hour later George was still there unmoving. George had passed away sleeping in the sun ... can't think of a nicer way to go.
Lot's more years later Sally who always had two or three cats also sadly passed away. We've seen the new people in Sally's house with a tortoiseshell kitten ... what goes round comes round.
|fr 8 Feb|
Yesterday at Stackton Tressel's monthly town council meeting the council's preparations for Brexit were discussed. These include stockpiling sticks, free walking lessons in case of petrol supply problems and a £100,000 contract with Seaborne Freight to supply emergency tree surgeons. For no apparent reason councillor Major Gervaise DeRoute described the Little Mutterings parish council as the rural political elite. A member of the public gallery expressed surprise that Major DeRoute still has a driving license.