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... a bit Suffolk
|November (the open mike one) 2018 visit the web site at www.NearTheCoast.com|
|we 14 Nov|
♫ Tomorrow Baron du Dongleur hosts Framlingham Castle Inn's open mike night.
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|tu 13 Nov|
♫ We don't really get tribute bands but Voodoo Room aren't really a tribute band, muso Derek spoke very highly of them and it would seem no stacks so perhaps not too devastatingly loud, looks good for Friday night at the Halesworth Cut.
Ipswich Cardinals rookies and juniors Sunday.
If you need to post Christmas pressies by surface mail/International Economy to Western Europe they need to be posted by Saturday.
|mo 12 Nov|
Last Wednesday we were surprised the Flora tea rooms Dunwich were still open but they closed for the year yesterday.
|su 11 Nov|
A poor start today to the Armistice Centenary but approaching 10am the steady rain went away and the sun came out. The Framlingham Remembrance parade assembled as usual in New Road with encouraging involvement from youth organisations. On the hill was the biggest crowd we've ever seen for the parade, big enough to rather swamp St Michael's churchyard. Impressive hand made tributes both inside and outside the church ... a fitting tribute.
|fr 9 Nov|
JOB Framlingham post office needs a part time (17.5 hours/week) delivery postman/woman driver.
Hotel Dunston Hall near Norwich on the A140 has already given up on Christmas and has an A board advertising a Lionel Ritchie tribute for near Valentine's.
|we 7 Nov|
If you're thinking Another year and again nothing has happened in Little Mutterings you'd be wrong.
|tu 6 Nov|
Very pleased to be welcoming back supporter Charnwood Genealogy, at the risk of mentioning the c word a Christmas present for a relative? One advertising slot above and in the twice(ish) monthly digest available so tell near the coast about yourself with a month's worth for £11.95
House sales around near the coast seem quiet.
|mo 5 Nov|
In Norwich yesterday the uni american football season started with the UEA Pirates having a comfortable(ish) 39-15 win over the newly promoted Queen Mary Vipers ... despite the Pirates struggling to convert touchdowns. If anything the Vipers had the better passing game and both teams suffered from interceptions. Lots happening on the sidelines with some cheer leader UEA ... more here
|su 4 Nov|
|sa 3 Nov|
Friday 23 November at Easton Farm Park the Maverick Thanksgiving Party features Don Gallardo and friends paying tribute the Band's 1976 Farewell Show. ♫ Virgil Caine is the name, and I served on the Danville train ♫
|fr 2 Nov|