... a bit Suffolk
|su 30 Aug|
The Queen is much in need of courgettes this long weekend, call Rebekah on 01728 685307 if you can help.
|sa 15 Jun|
Last year the village fete raised nearly £5,000 for the village hall and the village's charming church. They're doing it again this afternoon with games, stalls, music from ♫Bristol Fashion♫ and a beer and gin festival.
|th 24 Jan|
|sa 17 Nov|
|we 4 Jul|
|th 21 Jun|
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, 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.
|we 20 Jun|
A very social long weekend coming up . 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. ♫
|th 8 Mar|
Last weekend a bunch of barn and outbuilding burglaries in Brandeston with the stolen items including chainsaws, hedge trimmers and strimmers.
|su 20 Nov|
|tu 15 Dec|
Brandeston on the Market Hill Framlingham today.
|fr 20 Nov|
Framlingham camera club's most recent competition was Abandoned Buildings and we particularly like Bob Foyers' Empty Pool, the three dimensioness of an empty swimming pool is always unexpected. The club meets at Brandeston village hall and you're always welcome.
|fr 3 Apr|
|sa 6 Dec|
Last time we visited Bridge Farm Brandeston a combination of expecting a mini business park and missing a turning left us bemused and confused as it's an absolutely charming cluster of farm outbuildings. It's their open day tomorrow 2-5pm and worth the effort.
|su 13 Jul|
Last Sunday we went to Bridge Farm Brandeston (seemed rather more Cretingham than Brandeston to us) for Arabella Marshall's open studio. To call Bridge Farm an industrial unit is a complete misnomer as it's a rural idyll (we drove past it the first time) of small businesses including a carpenter, fitted kitchens, shepherd's huts and last weekend a pop up cafe from Henrietta Inman.
|sa 28 Jun|
|th 16 Jan|
Throwback Thursday: Five years ago today we reported Brandeston Hall pupil Suzie Reid retaining her Suffolk county cross country title.
|sa 17 Aug|
The Brewer has given us the bad news that the hop farm just outside Sibton has given up and it might be the last one in Suffolk ... although there could be another at Monewden at least. Either way we hope the splendidly industrial machinery at Sibton has found a home and the Brewer is modestly confident he can keep the character of his beers with other hops ... and the barley still comes from Brandeston.
|tu 23 Apr|
Last week a Charsfield garage was broken into and petrol pinched, four chainsaws stolen in Brandeston but just one in Stratford St Andrew; two disc cutters burgled in Melton over the weekend, worryingly three shotguns, two rifles and ammo stolen in Otley yesterday but the good news is a man's Rotary watch was handed in to Woodbridge police station Saturday.
|tu 24 Jul|
|th 18 Nov|
The Brandeston Queens Head is looking for an apprentice and the Debenham co-op an assistant manager.
|mo 8 Nov|
|fr 6 Aug|
The Brandeston Queen's wants you to know they are on Twitter, you can buy their chutneys in Leo's Deli Framlingham, Grange Farm Shop Hasketon and Procter's Sausages in The Walk Ipswich, and they are looking for a sous chef or chef de partie.
|tu 22 Jun|
|tu 1 Jun|
Chef wanted (experienced or otherwise) at the Brandeston Queens Head.
|sa 17 Apr|
Two new artists (including painter Cyndi Speer) for the collective who showed at Brandeston in February and now showing at the Snape Malting's Pond Gallery until Wednesday. Their next show is 20-22 August at the Stratford St Andrew Riverside Centre.
|fr 16 Apr|
For those with binoculars the Brandeston village fete will be 19th June, might start at 2:30pm and is definitely having a beer festival.
|su 21 Feb|
|sa 6 Feb|
We arrived a little early at Brandeston village hall, a very attractive airy space but invisible from the road in last night's pitch black, as setting up was just finishing. A
good crowd soon arrived for the private view of photography and art, we particularly like the paintings to the right as you enter the hall ... yeah, a proper journalist would have got the artist's name. The show continues all this weekend.