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fr 17 Jan

Trailer Trash are back (always a good sign) at the Framlingham Castle tomorrow.

su 12 Jan

Last Monday of the month Stowmarket auctioneers Bishop & Miller will be valuing antiques 10:00am-01:00pm at the Framlingham Crown.

tu 7 Jan

No Coffee Pod on Framlingham market today, Antony has hurt his back.

tu 31 Dec

Where the Framlingham silver bikes go in the winter and tomorrow it'll be fifteen years of Framlingham Ladies.

sa 21 Dec

Framlingham on old post cards, Bridge Street over the decades, an unidentified event at the castle drawing a large crowd and fancy dress on Peace Day 1919.

fr 20 Dec

Filming in Double Street FramlinghamA film crew (well, two people) in Double Street Framlingham filming (not surprisingly eh?) the advent windows.  This year's charities are the Ipswich Hospital Children's Appeal and Save the Children.

th 19 Dec

Man in the Hat♫ We're very please to welcome back Garth Brooks' separated at birth twin brother Man in the Hat who can be seen Christmasing in the Framlingham post office.  MitH will be welcoming the New Year in Norfolk ... well somebody has to.

we 18 Dec

bloody Christmas ... eh?Last posting for ChristmasTODAY is last posting second class in time for Christmas (Friday for first class) and it may be Christmas next week but house prices are still interesting, active in Framlingham and Wickham Market.

sa 14 Dec

Christmas roller disco in the Tommy Mills sports hall Framlingham tomorrow am.

th 12 Dec

12:30pm:  A little while ago there was a queue to vote in Riverside Framlingham.  If you don't vote you have no right to moan, GO AND VOTE!

we 11 Dec

Geese in Crown and Anchor Alley Framlingham?

th 9 Jan

Christmas' advent windows in Double Street Framlingham raised £933.25 for the Ipswich Hospital Children's Appeal and Save the Children.  That's nearly 50% more than 2018's £640.

su 8 Dec

Warming up for Peter Pan off iceRegrettably we couldn't stay long for today's Peter Pan in Framlingham but there was an incredibly supportive audience, as last year impressive lighting effects and twirling on off ice roller skates from all ages.

we 4 Dec

ArtDog are poppIng up this week in the Framlingham Art and Frame Shop and offering porcelain bling, jewellery, prints and ceramics from £15.

mo 2 Dec

 JOB   A practice manager wanted by Framlingham Vets, managerial experience essential but not necessarily veterinary.

su 1 Dec

Impressive lighting effects for Peter PanWe were pleased to see the dress rehearsal Framlingham's Off-Ice Skating Club's Christmas show Peter Pan.  Like last year's show this year's is charming and has lots of impressive lighting effect.  More info and tickets from pippatigerlove@talktalk.net.

th 21 Nov

George Brooke Keer brewery in 1832What's now flats on the corner of Crown and Anchor Alley and Fore Street Framlingham was a brewery.  Brewer and elder George Brooke Kerr declared bankruptcy in February 1832.  This card shows George owned a surprising amount of property and two roads have since changed their name.

we 20 Nov

The Horse Show and Framlingham Flyers in sporty Fram 2008-07.

we 13 Nov

Sporting Fram has become sporty Fram, there is reason.

tu 12 Nov

 JOBS  Two CSCS labourers wanted to start next week on the outskirts of Framlingham.

mo 11 Nov

Armistice DayHeartening that there were so many people in the St Michael's Framlingham churchyard yesterday for Remembrance Sunday.

tu 5 Nov

Political discussion on the Fen Meadow Framlingham ... well it is Suffolk.

sa 2 Nov

Canadian actress Shea  Wojtus has joined Framlingham Ladies.

th 31 Oct

2016 Framlingham Flyers cross countryIt's the Framlingham Flyers cross country this Sunday.  It will start on the Castle Meadow though we're a bit vague about the time.  A water person at this year's 10k told us the route was changed slightly last year but surely it will still include the perilous swoop down into the castle moat.

tu 29 Oct

You are in designated public placeDesignated Public Place Orders (DPPOs) were enacted in a bunch of near the coast towns over ten years ago.  They aren't simple drinking bans, it's not illegal to have wine with a picnic as long as a copper doesn't ask you stop ... read the question.  DPPOs have been replaced by Public Space Protection Orders and last month East Suffolk Council resolved (didn't they vote?) to remove the DPPOs (number seven in the minutes).  Impressively they also thought to remove the signs that imply Framlingham Fen Meadow is the haunt of drunken muggers rather than sober(ish) dog walkers.

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