... a bit Suffolk
|sa 19 Oct|
Sunday we arrived at Hogtoberfest on the outskirts of London in time for the presentations but there was freeriding afterwards. Hogg Hill continues to develop with new to us dance and street luge. We were particularly impressed with a very young woman who despite a dressing on her right leg and struggling to slow in the first right hander was still buckboarding.
SRN Nearthecoast is in, fiddling with her tick list, pen and prescribing guidelines but still listening (apparently) at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07970 865730
|fr 18 Oct|
|th 17 Oct|
Blimey! Next month's Aldeburgh Documentary Festival has some impressive guests: him off the telly Paul Merton, her off the wireless Martha Kearney and him off the page Anthony Horowitz (we did read somewhere Horowitz has a weekend cottage in Orford).
The twice monthly(ish) digest emailed out today to the 1800+ nearthecoasters on the list ... click the Singing Postman to go on the list.
Standing by the Over the Moon coffee stall on Framlingham market a tiny grabbed hold of our trouser leg to help him get up on the step. When you're that small it must be difficult to tell the difference between people and furniture.
Saturday Great Britain v Russia american football live streamed on the BBC website.
|we 16 Oct|
We shall be visiting ArtDog London's next show at the Campsea Ashe Station House partly because we've been told the venue's makeover is impressive.
It's the Ipswich Cardinals american football second come and try rookies day Sunday.
|tu 15 Oct|
Tragedy! Long term Framlingham.market trader Chrissie will now only be attending at Christmas and other special days. We recall one absolutely freezing Saturday she came into The Crown and removed three anoraks ... we will be missing her superior eggs.
|mo 14 Oct|
Do remember this website is not available in the shops.
|su 13 Oct|
The Stackton Tressel Angry Fly couldn't serve it's signature dish chips with chips last night because the deep fat fryer had self destructed. Landlord Steph (he's originally from Little Mutterings) Crackedpole commented It was chaos for a while, we tried serving roasties with roasties but it wasn't the same ... but then nobody fried. Thankfully that there Ed Sheraton wasn't in as there was nothing marinated in tomato ketchup on the menu.
It's the Cratfield Turkey Trot this afternoon at Whitehouse Farm.
|sa 12 Oct|
Outrageous to be thinking about Christmas but you've already missed last posting international economy for Australia and lots of other countries. TODAY is last posting for Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa and the USA.
|fr 11 Oct|
What was the wedding dress shop Lavender and Jude in Stradbroke is now the Poppies & Daisies tea rooms. What was Co-op chemist by the Co-op supermarket car park in Long Stratton is now a Well Pharmacy ... seems significant but we're not sure of what.
|th 10 Oct|
Usual lazy media patronising shite that anything not metropolitan is cutesy, this time Woodbridge and Framlingham ,.. mind you they managed to show Fram Castle without the sound of recorders and lutes.
|we 9 Oct|
|tu 8 Oct|
Victoria Hall was murdered 20 years ago after a night out in Felixstowe. Suffolk Police have two videos and other new information.
Extinction Rebellion protest in Stately Terrace Framlingham.
|su 6 Oct|
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|sa 5 Oct|
An insight into women's american football from Cheshire Bears defensive lineperson Megan Delaney.(a one time roller derbyist) It's a safety (around 2:58) because the QB threw the ball out the back of the end zone. We've seen a player panic in a uni game and do the same ... we've done similar playing rugby.
|fr 4 Oct|
Common Ground Theatre is touring comedy A Sidecar Named Despair! around near the coast, Syleham and Wingfield village hall Thursday. Take a ride up the comedy freeway with a tale of mobsters, missing gems and a mashed-up motorbike."
Some house sales over the summer around near the coast.
|th 3 Oct|
Theatre company Gibbons & Gaulier are touring their three handed vaudeville style comedy The Affair around near the coast and elsewhere this month. Theatre of the absurd, clowns, French farce, slapstick... a generous helping of stage comedy.