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... a bit Suffolk
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|we 27 May|
We visited Katie's Garden Newbourne for the first time last week. A staff member asked Are you trying to leave without paying? We were third in the socially distanced queue for the cashier and exit and empty handed because we'd put our three tumbler tomatoes down while waiting.
The fifty second reason to be cheerful is in the last 24 hours there's been just three more confirmed Covid-19 cases in Suffolk.
Suffolk Myth 85: When honest Suffolk folk encounter someone they're not related to they usually assume the stranger is a Londoner ... or from Norfolk.
|tu 26 May|
By yesterday 1,464 confirmed Covid-19 cases in Suffolk so far. We've managed to confuse ourselves over what R (reproduction) number should be the target? The Beeb's chart helps. The fifty first reason to be cheerful is Cabin Pressure ... or is that a weasel in a submarine?
|mo 25 May|
In 2004 Framlingham town council meetings moved to Robert Hitcham's school, the St John hut in Fairfield Road was demolished at the end of the year and Get Together Drops played at the Midsummer Madness. Pix on that there Facepack.
|su 24 May|
JOB Tommy Mills Framlingham looking for a Premises Manager (caretaker).
The village doesn't support you? Promote yourself on nearthecoast.
|sa 23 May|
A Suffolk rainbow, they're special eh?
|fr 22 May|
HM Coastguard are warning that the Bawdsey Cliffs are dangerous because of erosion.
We've renamed the roller derby section rolling to make it more inclusive.
|th 21 May|
Classic car collector and restorer James McLean is looking to buy an any condition Jag, MG, Austin-Healy or Aston-Martin.
Two Spitfires over Framlingham this afternoon.
|we 20 May|
Roughcast Theatre have given up on 2020 but set their programme for next year. It includes a summer production of The Tempest with some outdoor shows. We'll look forward to an outdoor Tempest as their Midsummer's Night Dream last year in the Laxfield Low House's garden was terrific fun and looked brilliant.
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For the duration of this difficult time Radio Stradbroke are broadcasting daily 10:00am-02:00pm, tomorrow it's Owen Hargrave.
|tu 19 May|
The cancellation of next Monday's Gala Parade in Framlingham is only the second cancellation since 1948. The parade was cancelled in 2007 because of torrential rain. To prompt a little nostalgia the parade now has its own album on our Facebook page.
|mo 18 May|
In Saxmundham last week a teenager arrested on drugs charges
|fr 15 May|
You win some you lose some. The Martlesham Wickes with new safety measures has re-opened but BAFA have CANCELLED this summer's British contact american football season though there could be friendlies later on.
Two separate outbuilding burglaries in Laxfield mid-week. Is the virus stay at home prompting a mini crime wave or has someone poked the constabulary's press office or both?