... a bit Suffolk
|we 20 Nov|
Standing on the sideline in Red Lodge watching american football with a Bury Saint either side of us. A closely pursued running back approached and we were gratified that the players either side started to move before us, we'd always felt a bit soppy running away:) Having seen this we will now start running sooner.
Sunday a charity fair in the Hasketon Victory Hall, a quid to get in but that does include refreshments.
The Horse Show and Framlingham Flyers in sporty Fram 2008-07.
|tu 19 Nov|
This morning in Felixstowe a mystery pedestrian was struck by an Audi Q7.
Brundish has got it's festive diary sorted out starting with the candlelit service An Advent Cantata in St Lawrence's this Sunday.
|mo 18 Nov|
A pleasure to visit the imaginatively made over Campsea Ashe Station House yesterday for the last day of Artdog's show. Artdog will be showing Saturday at Brockley Open Studios in South London and in Framlingham next month.
|su 17 Nov|
When we drove past the Campsea Ashe shop this morning encouragingly it was open and has been since the end October. When we drove back this afternoon it was closed.
|sa 16 Nov|
|fr 15 Nov|
Skate outs and dancing for the Hydra? Definitely! ... roller derby eh?
|th 14 Nov|
Saturday in Norwich was women's flag american football Opal series round four. Hosted by the Iceni Spears we were very pleased to see their numbers have grown to offence and defence plus players over but not GB defensive end Victoria Ware as she'd injured her ankle playing netball. In contrast the Hyde Park Renegades (in white) had the just the minimal five and were devastating.
We shall be visiting ArtDog London this weekend at the Campsea Ashe Station House partly because we've been told the venue's makeover is impressive.
|we 13 Nov|
Our first Eastern Angles show was Sherlock Holmes & The Mummy's Tomb. It was written by Julian Harries so hardly plagiarism that Common Ground's Christmas show this year is Sherlock Holmes & The Warlock of Whitechapel.
Sporting Fram has become sporty Fram, there is reason.
|tu 12 Nov|
|mo 11 Nov|
Heartening that there were so many people in the St Michael's Framlingham churchyard yesterday for Remembrance Sunday.
Don't know if it's Brexit or the approach or perhaps arrival of winter but house sales around near the coast seem slow.
|sa 9 Nov|
We sought of knew that supermarkets were selling vinyl again but still a bit surprised to see it in the Martlesham Tesco. What next? Perhaps the Pharmacy will rename itself the Chemists and offer one hour film processing?
|fr 8 Nov|
Life Skills 26: We first drank a Rombouts drip coffee at the charming Geffrye Museum in East London; it came with a matching cup and biscuit instantly besotting us. As the popularity spread inexperienced staff (which seemed to be most of them) would overfill the dripper leaving the drinker to deal with an overflowing cup. We bought our first drippers certainly for decades and found them sadly gutless, using two improved the situation a bit.
|we 6 Nov|
We saw RoughCast Theatre's very excellent A Midsummer Night's Dream this summer and not least of all it looked brilliant. Their next show is the black comedy Arsenic and Old Lace with an open read through/informal casting at the Wingfield Barns 7:30pm Wednesday 20 November.