... a bit Suffolk
|mo 8 Aug|
It's certainly the village fete season, Saturday we went to the Wrabness fete which is pretty much a mini festival. We enjoyed fish curry, a very theatrical human fruit machine, a bird of prey that decided to go off for a 15 minute fly round and a woman singer who might be Jackie Hole of The Super Things ... more near the coast it's Blaxhall's turn to fete this coming Saturday.
|su 13 Sep|
Earlier this afternoon a rider died at the motocross in Blaxhall.
|th 5 Jun|
Moto-x at Blaxhall this Sunday which will include the fifth round of the eastern centre expert and junior championships. Further if different two wheeled competition starts Wednesday with six weeks of nocturne cycle races we think at Trinity Park near Ipswich, as so often in Suffolk their web site seems to assume you know where.
|mo 14 Apr|
A 23 mile bike ride this Saturday to support Cancer Research UK starting and finishing at the Blaxhall Ship and taking in Snape, Orford and Iken with a short cut for thems that wants it.
|fr 7 Jun|
A Blaxhall break-in last Wednesday.
|su 23 Dec|
Open mike Thursday at the Blaxhall Ship to help you pretend Christmas was all a bad dream.
|sa 8 Sep|
We first stayed in the Blaxhall youth hostel in the early 1970s on a cycling holiday and visited again later in the decade when the hostel was used as a cyclo-cross headquarters. Next Saturday is the first ever YHA Day and the Blaxhall hostel is marking it with an open day.
|th 22 Dec|
We noticed some weeks back that when you now pass Stone Farm Blaxhall you can't see the stone.
|su 13 Mar|
Moto X at Blaxhall today.
|sa 5 Mar|
Mini crime wave in Blaxhall Thursday night.
|su 11 Apr|
Think we recognised a Framlingham voice on radio 4's doc Ask The Fellows Who Cut The Hay about Welshman George Ewart Evans who recorded Blaxhall people's memories of life early last century.
|mo 5 Apr|
|su 16 Aug|
|fr 24 Jul|
George Ewart Evans compiled in the 1950s Ask The Fellows Who Cut The Hay an engaging and important account of Blaxhall in the then living memory. To celebrate what would have been his 100th birthday there are multiple events in Blaxhall this weekend.
|tu 9 Jun|
Five hens and a bantam cock stolen off Blaxhall Common.
|mo 18 May|
|su 8 Jun|
The road out of Blaxhall is flooded again but this time for us it was the Campsea road, if you look carefully at the big pic you can see a silver car wussing out and turning round to go the other way.
|sa 29 Mar|
Blaxhall Ship last week des' dinners 66
New landlord and a major transformation, it's a good sign when a country pub has a dozen customers on a Tuesday lunchtime. Six real ales (jolly good Timothy Taylor Landlord) and though NaTCH did serious damage to the home made steak and kidney he couldn't finish it. Other lunchers were John B and Matt and inevitably most conversation was about Matt's imminent departure from the Earl Soham Brewery to start his own brewery in the last working iron ore mine in Europe. The brewery is likely to be called the Red Man Brewery because the miners look red from the iron ore dust and the brewery's first beer is likely to be named Ol' Flo after the mine. AfAR from Nick (in Hungary) (first visit subsequent lunch previous lunch)