... a bit Suffolk
|th 11 Jan
A blue Range Rover Sport SR 66 JNJ was stolen off a Hoxne driveway between 11pm Tuesday and 7.30am Wednesday. If you have any info please contact Suffolk police quoting crime ref 37/1641/24, you can call 101.
|sa 10 Dec
♫ Tonight's Halesworth Community Choir's concert at the Huntingfield Hub has been cancelled because the heating has failed. The choir's A Seasonal Box of Delights (with mulled wine and mince pies) 5pm tomorrow at Hoxne Parish Church is still on, tickets £10 from TicketSource or cash on the door.
|we 23 Feb
We all know that presently developers around near the coast seem to erect an executive residence on anything no smaller than a small chicken shed. Coming round a corner near Hoxne we were still surprised to see this.
|tu 25 May
|tu 27 Apr
Police have arrested a man in his 40s after three incidents of arson not endangering life in Hoxne. The most recent incident took place in the very early hours of Friday 23 April off Green Street in the village. Police were called at 1:00am to reports of a suspicious fire at an unused farm building.
An earlier incident took place in the very early hours of Saturday 17 April, off Low Street, near to the Swann Inn public house. Sometime between 00:45am and 1:30am it was reported that the boundary garden hedges and fencing of a property had been set alight.
The following day, Sunday 18 April, a second incident of arson was reported in the same location and took place at around the same time.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene on all three occasions and quickly extinguished the fires. Nobody was reported to have been injured in either incident.
Police arrested a man in his 40s on 23 April, on suspicious of criminal damage and arson not endangering life. He was taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre to be questioned and was subsequently bailed to return to police on 14 May 2021, whilst enquires continue.
|sun 3 May
An attempted armed robbery at Hoxne post office Friday morning.
|we 27 Nov
|mo 3 Jun
Hoxne gets its own page ... and why not?
|we 24 Apr
Theatrical the approaching weekend. The Harleston Players start Friday a run of the restoration comedy The Beaux Stratagem, Open Space Theatre present Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in Hoxne and at the Halesworth Cut, and in Framlingham Rosy Carrick's one woman show Passionate Machine.
|th 14 Feb
Starting Monday Roughcast Theatre have an eight date Suffolk tour of the comedy Hobson's Choice. near the coast venues are Hoxne, Wingfield (nearly SOLD OUT) and the Halesworth Cut.
|mo 10 Dec
|fr 31 Aug
A fibre wad only charity clay pigeon shoot at Oakley Park Hoxne Sunday.
|we 29 Aug
Hoxne gets its own page ... and why not?
|su 3 Jun
It would seem everything happens in June. A selection gleaned driving today include next weekend Kettleburgh Fete and over the border Euston Rural Pastimes and on the 23rd June Hoxne Summer Fair 2:30pm at Abbey Farm.
|we 25 Oct
As you approach Hoxne from Stradbroke on the B1118 there's now traffic calming giving priority to traffic coming the other way.
|we 16 Nov
Around near the coast theatre companies are putting their Christmas shows together. In Fressingfield Sunday Roughcast Theatre were rehearsing a Christmas Carol with an impressive Marley's ghost and a live choir. The show goes on the road next month with visits to Huntingfield, Stowmarket, Hoxne, Southwold and Wingfield.
|sa 29 Oct
Halloween party tonight at the Hoxne Swan.
|we 21 Sep
♫ Norwich band Eva Black at the Hoxne Swan this Saturday.
|we 24 Dec
When we visited Hoxne three Christmases back to see Vix and the Kicks (she does make the effort) we were impressed by the public festive lights and if anything they're better this year and a couple of villages away the hanging baskets at St Mary's Wilby are still being tended and have gained seasonal decorations.
|sa 15 Nov
Stradbroke launched it's village archive today with multiple computers in the Courthouse, cake, sausage rolls, a very decent cup of tea and much interest. So far there are some 800 items of the 6,000 already digitised on www.stradbrokearchive.org.uk and browsing we discovered there was a workhouse in Hoxne?!
|we 18 Jun
Anorak Alert 5: Next time you're on the telly talking about the Hoxne ... more here
|su 14 Jul
9:30am-1:00pm on the second Saturday of the month go past the Hoxne Swan on your right, turn left then over the little bridge and on the right in the village hall it'll be the Artisan Market ... a regular stream of visitors and such a delicious smell of freshly cooked bacon from the cafe if they attached it to the market's posters it'd be the busiest market in Suffolk.
|mo 23 Jul
What an nice change to have some half way decent weather yesterday for Mouth to Mouth's production of the musical Godspell in the Debenham Angel's garden. Asalways quirky, original and highly entertaining we were particularly pleased to see a ukulele move from the pit to centre stage. Mouth to Mouth's garden tour continues this coming weekend at Hoxne, Framlingham, Orford and Laxfield.
|su 11 Dec
Vix is a very hard working lady but the Kicks keep up with her and together at the Pre-Crimbo Bash last night in Hoxne (a Suffolk village that still has a pub and a shop) they were achieving that hardest of tasks getting people to dance. We left before the midnight finish because we didn't want the village's attractive Christmas lights to go off before we could snap them.