... a bit Suffolk
|su 3 Feb|
The now not so new zebra crossing in Station Road Framlingham has had the barriers removed but no sign of the belisha beacons.
|th 31 Jan|
It's coming up to two month's since a new zebra crossing was installed in Station Road Framlingham and it's still not operational but more cheerfully a 3pm matinee only Treasure Island pantomime in the St Michael's Rooms Saturday.
|we 30 Jan|
Pop up shop Carousel in Bridge Street Framlingham has been an impressive success. Previously it was ladies clothes and this week it is paintings by Peasenhall artist John Bawtree. His works are thoughtfully attractive and are of both local Suffolk scenes and overseas including Venice, France and Zanzibar!
|tu 29 Jan|
|th 24 Jan|
JOB Salary negotiable bookkeeping and payroll assistant wanted near Framlingham.
|we 23 Jan|
It's all the go in and about near the coast, temporarily closing petrol stations to re-model them, not an insignificant matter when there are so few to start with. Woodbridge (has it re-opened yet?), Co-op Stowmarket (not closed but building going on), Haynings Framlingham (reportedly will have a 24 hour self service pump) and now the BP garage on the west bound A14 near Newmarket. Fortunately services just off the A14 on the other side of Cambridge are copiously resourced ... three Costa Coffee machines!
|mo 14 Jan|
We've added Swiss national road race cycling champion Nicole Hanselmman to Ladies in Framlingham.
|sa 12 Jan|
JOB Enthusiastic small animal vet wanted in Framlingham.
|fr 11 Jan|
Though we are and always will be blow ins we do remember Love Lane off Brook Lane and the footpath across the Fen Meadow Framlingham being surfaced. Certainly surfacing Love Lane made life easier for pram pushers taking older children to Bobby Hitchams but it did feel like suburbanisation. Now it's the footpath off Fairfield Road's turn.
|we 9 Jan|
JOB Consultant Level Support to Director in Framlingham with a 50” TV with Sky, a pool table, table tennis, a dartboard and a beer fridge ... phew!
|tu 8 Jan|
As Lady KRJ observed of Framsden soprano Laura Wright you think of her as looking cold in an evening dress on a rugby pitch whilst fluting the national anthem. In unseasonably good weather she certainly didn't look chilly wedding at St Michael's Framlingham just before Christmas and as expected at a wedding statement hats.
|fr 4 Jan|
Gill Knight reports that the advent windows in Double Street Framlingham raised £640 for the two charities. Three year old Idris wasn't too sure about the cow and donkey peeking out of the stable at the Castle Street end and wouldn't come near to stroke them.