... a bit Suffolk
|su 23 Jan|
Showing in Brundish Village Hall next month The Courier followed by Nomadland in March. The trailers don't represent either film but we can recommend both particularly Nomadland which won Frances McDormand both an Oscar and Bafta for best actress.
|mo 13 Dec|
Passing the now been closed for a while Brundish Crown it looked a little sorry for itself and what a loss to the village. There was only ever one des' dinners there and terrifyingly it was approaching twenty years ago.
|mo 29 Nov|
As we approached Brundish village hall Saturday for the return of the Christmas Fair we could tell from the multiple happily chatting voices it was being a success. Inside a tiny boy was too intimidated by Santa's strangeness to put his hand in Santa's sack but let Sandra take a present for him and our complimentary homemade mince pie we suspect will be the best of the season.
|th 25 Nov|
The bridge on the B1116 just outside Dennington by the Brundish turn off has a set of temporary traffic lights as a very large lump of wall has come off. Will the lights remain there as long as those in Fairfield Road Framlingham now resident for 10 months?
|tu 17 Dec|
Next event in the Brundish festive diary is 6:30pm tonight Carols on the Green with free hotdog and mulled wine.
|we 11 Dec|
Next event in the Brundish festive diary is the Christmas Cinema tomorrow showing Yesterday with local boy that there Ed Sheraton.
|sa 14 Sep|
♫ Tonight a trio recital at St Lawrence's Brundish in aid of the church funds.
|fr 30 Nov|
Sunday evening a candlelit service at St Lawrence's Brundish with the Chantry Singers.
|sa 24 Nov|
Christmas doesn't start until you've been to the Brundish Christmas Fair and we went to this convivial and charmingly intimate event this afternoon. Daddy Christmas made a brief visit (he is rather busy this time of year) to hand out sweets and your entrance fee enjoyably includes a tea and mince pie. Next Brundish event is a candlelit service tomorrow week with the Chantry Singers.
|su 9 Sep|
We were caught out at St Lawrence's Brundish yesterday as we expected the Pets Service to be in the church. In the event it was outside in the idyllic setting and though our appearance around a corner prompted disruptive barking no one took offence. The pets were all dogs apart from a Macedonian tortoise who probably won't be affected by Brexit.
|sa 28 Jul|
It's going to be a busy Sunday tomorrow with the Dunwich Dynamo passing through near the coast in the early hours, open gardens in Double Street Framlingham, free step dancing at the Blaxhall Ship, classic car day at the Debach Airfield and St Lawrence's Brundish will be visited by The Right Reverend Martin Seeley Lord Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, probably the first visit by the diocesan bishop in sixty years and there's a picnic as well. We will be snapping the East Anglian american football derby of Norwich Devils at Ipswich Cardinals.
|fr 22 Jun|
|we 6 Jun|
Blimey, district councillors voted 7-1 to refuse change of use for the Brundish Crown ... didn't expect that.
|sa 19 May|
There's an initiative for the community to buy the Brundish Crown, we hope they succeed, near the coast certainly doesn't need fewer pubs.
|sa 10 Mar|
Amber a small to medium ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a white chest and wearing a red collar has been missing from around Brundish for 11 days. She was very probably spotted yesterday on the Badingham Road outside Framlingham. There is a £500 reward for her safe return. Contact 07917 683619
|sa 3 Mar|
There's a planning application DC/17/03424 in for change of use on the Brundish Crown.
|sa 24 Feb|
Thanks to David Lord Brundish Mulrenan we can clarify what was recovered from the St Lawrence church burglary: Everything was found, including the communion cup and paten. However the baptismal ewer which was silver plate was destroyed by the process of trying to cut open the safe. Sad, but it can be replaced.