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th 21 Jun
Summer Solstice - the longest day

Like we said before everything happens in June including Brandeston long weekend below.  Tomorrow Peppery initiates the third Ipswich Jazz Festival with Italian band ♫Rumba De Bodas♫.  Saturday in chronological order Wilby Primary School Summer Fair, Worlingworth Car Show, Playford Hall Open Day and in the evening and Aldeburgh Cinema Bill Nighie will do a Q&A after a showing of The Bookshop.

Hoxne gets its own page.

we 20 Jun

Brandeston Fete weekendA very social long weekend coming up in Brandeston.  It starts tomorrow at The Queen to celebrate Suffolk Day with in the evening ♫The Harbour Lights♫ and concludes Sunday with a Brunch and the fine country rock voice of Man in the Hat. ♫

We really l♥ve Jessie Cave.

I advertised with nearthecoast and it fixed our downstairs looOur four advertising slots above and the two on the twice(ish) monthly digest have an available slot this month.  You can have a month's worth for £11.95

tu 19 Jun

LET'S BOP! Your chance to dance tomorrow evening at the John Peel Centre Stowmarket. ♫

mo 18 Jun

Apologies but summer is almost at its peak, it's the solstice Thursday. Summer Solstice - the longest day

su 17 Jun
Father's Day - pic contributed by R Magritte

Splat Quack Go at HollesleyYesterday's Splat Quack Go was run at the Poplar Park equestrian centre near Hollesley.  The sandy soil didn't look too promising for mud runs but the wooded areas produced some suitably filthy ditches.  Very creative obstacles including a web, washing line, a dinghy crossing and a brutal dip into effectively a pipe to emerge under a cargo net on the other ... more here

It may be father's day but you're not my real daughter, you can't tell me what to do.

sa 16 Jun

Mr Google's letterPC TipsThat Mr Google has been not very nice to us over the past couple of years so when we received a letter (a letter not an email) from him this morning we thought maybe he was worried he'd offended us ... no, he was suggesting that if we give him £120 he might be a bit nicer to us.

fr 15 Jun
Our eleventh birthday

Splat Quack Go Suffolk's Muddiest Mud RunHere's a new one (to us at least) Splat Quack Go Suffolk's Muddiest Mud Run. superficially a Woodbridge happening tomorrow but in fact just outside Hollesley ... entries accepted on the day and it sounds a teensie bit like those Zombie Evacuations.

 JOB  Field Telecomms Engineer wanted in Framlingham.

th 14 Jun

Jess the black and white catThe twice monthly digest is emailing out this afternoon ... click Jess Postman Pat's black and white cat to get yours.

Swiss national road race champion Nicole Hanselmann In the manner of a roller derby programme that so relentlessly refuses to identify mixed league team skaters' home league the Women's Tour web site fails to identify national champions and the web generally is surprisingly reticent ... and what's more nowhere like the predicted 5,000 in Framlingham yesterday.  But still the riders tended to be friendly if ... more here

Following a 55-00 loss against London Blitz B the weekend before last the Ipswich Cardinals american football continued a now 3-1 winning season after a 42-06 win over visitors Maidstone Pumas last weekend who despite being much outnumbered stuck at it good humouredly.

we 13 Jun

Folk East 17th-19th August 2018The three day festival FolkEast upcoming this August at Glemham Hall has satellite (rip Mindy Jostyn) concerts throughout the year.  Tomorrow it's Matthew Crampton and Jeff Warner performing Human Cargo at the Halesworth Cut. ♫

tu 12 Jun

Women's Tour 2018 around near the coastExpect delays and parking difficulties when the Women's Tour of Britain starts in Framlingham tomorrow (we enjoyed the 2014 stage start in Felixstowe), takes a turn around near the coast, returns to Framlingham and then goes on to finish in Southwold.

mo 11 Jun

Now there's a novelty, Saxtead's fete is Tuesday next week and in the evening.

sa 9 Jun

Last night and tonight at the Fisher Theatre Bungay Monkey Business have a show of Cabaret, Circus and Burlesque for just £12.

Today until 4pm there is a Swish clothing sale at the Sweffling print room gallery.

Today continuing in to the night StowBlues. ♫

fr 8 Jun

The Ipswich Cardinals may have lost their away game at London Blitz B on Sunday but their 2-1 season so far is still an encouraging improvement on the last couple of years.  The Cards' first home game of the season 2:30pm kick off this Sunday.

th 7 Jun

Tour de France Route 2018Nice to see the team time trial back in the Tour de France after missing for three years.  It's stage three with some thirty kilometres around Cholet. Holidaying in the Vendée our late father could not resist making jokes about wombles and Cholet.

we 6 Jun

Blimey, district councillors voted 7-1 to refuse change of use for the Brundish Crown ... didn't expect that.

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