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fr 27 Jan
Holocaust Remembrance Day

Suffolk ConstabularyAround 12:15am today Friday 27 January a tipper van YT 12 VBP was stolen from business premises off Saxtead Road Framlingham  Entry was forced to the site and the white Transit driven away.  Any info please contact Suffolk police quoting reference 37/5138/23, you can call 101.

th 26 Jan
Australia Day

Similar to Framlingham's allotment expansion Woodbridge town council are looking for land to become allotments.  Friend of ntc Peter Brockett has suggested the proposed Stackton Tressel allotment expansion should be careful Woodbridge tc don't snipe the land behind the Trouser Museum.

Suffolk ConstabularyA white Husquvarna dirt bike AU 68 YCY was stolen from a garage on Vicarage Road Laxfield between 3:30pm Monday 23 and 4:15pm Tuesday 24 Jan.  Any info please contact Suffolk police quoting crime reference 37/4692/23, you can call 101.

we 25 Jan
Burns Night

Suffolk ConstabularyBetween 9:00am Friday 20 January and 10:24am Monday 23 January three trees on the grounds of Kelsale Primary School were damaged.  Any info contact Suffolk Police quoting crime ref: 37/4298/23, you can call 101.

house sales around near the coastFOR SALE by online auction next Tuesday end of terrace 30 Victoria Mill Road Framlingham.  It's one of those on the crescent, thanks Edith.

tu 24 Jan

Jaques Tati  1907-1982The fortnightly(ish) digest emails out today to the 1300+ ntcers on the list ... click Jaques Tati to get it for free.

house sales around near the coastThere are house sales for the last two years sorted by road and street for Framlingham, Saxmundham, Wickham Market, Woodbridge and now Melton.

mo 23 Jan

Eric Ravilious  1903-1942Anorak Alert No.51:  We like Eric Ravilious' careful and faintly other worldly watercolours.  Last week we enjoyed the feature documentary film Eric Ravilious Drawn to War but were slightly irritated by a hand shown using an open bottle of Quink and a fountain pen as a dip pen.

su 22 Jan
Chinese New Year of the Rabbit

Gridiron UKThis afternoon's UWE Bullets at the UEA Pirates In Norwich POSTPONED because of pitch conditions.  It will be the Pirates' last home game of the season and UWE is University of the West of England in Bristol.

we 18 Jan
Theatrical masks of comedy and tragedy
Winnie the Pooh Day - AA Milne's birthday

A Murder at St Muttley'sCommon Ground Theatre's Christmas tour of Bah, humbug!comedy A Murder at St Mutley's continues this week in the Gallery Studio Theatre Ipswich and ends Sunday over the county border in Chipping Ongar.  For certain they'll be back touring near the coast soon.

tu 17 Jan

Aldeburgh Festival's Britten Song Trail♫ In a faint echo of Musicircus that we enjoyably stumbled across on the Aldeburgh front some years back this year's festival has a Britten Song Trail.  Five venues including halls Jubilee and Moot and the Fishers Gin Tasting Room.

mo 16 Jan
Blue Monday

Blaxhall Session Fifth Season♫ Surely it can't already be Folkeast's fifth Blaxhall season?  This Friday in the village hall it's John Kirkpatrick who squeezes accordions, melodeons and concertinas whilst singing and in between makes you laugh.

Happy birthday traffic lightsAbout now in Framlingham it must be the Fairfield Road temporary traffic lights' second birthday.

fr 13 Jan
Friday the 13th

allotment expansion

A Suffolk AllotmentStackton Tressel councillor Major DeRoute has written to the EADT letters page announcing a vibrant and exciting new initiative for private allotments in Stackton like those in FramlinghamIt will end the corruption and bribery surrounding the Stackers allotments waiting list commented the Major.  The project's Kickstarter page has already raised an encouraging £14.92. to buy the field at the back of the Trouser Museum.

th 12 Jan

A while back we were told there are four roller derby banked tracks in the USA.  Once upon a time you could get training for skating banked track.

we 11 Jan

Mills Charity Office next to Ellen RossEach week day in Framlingham there's a different warm space offering a hot beverage and no doubt a bit of company.  We were uncertain of the Mills Charity Office's location but thanks to Colin now know it's next to hairdresser Ellen Ross at the mini-roundabout end of College Road.

tu 10 Jan

Suffolk ConstabularyA white van or pick-up turned off Carlton Road into Main Street Kelsale at around 11.25am last Friday colliding with a woman cyclist.  The driver did not stop and drove off towards Saxmundham, the cyclist has back and neck injuries.  Any info contact Suffolk Police, quoting crime ref 37/1358/23,you can call 101.

Laxfield Telephone BoxRight by the Co-op Laxfield is lucky enough to have a telephone box that still takes coins.

mo 9 Jan
Plough Monday

 JOBS  The Framlingham chippy is looking for part time staff, St Elizabeth Hospice needs furniture van drivers at the Martlesham Retail Centre and you have until tomorrow to apply as Homework Club Assistant for the Eastern Angles in Ipswich.

su 8 Jan

Big Little Crimes on BBC 1Big Little Crimes is a tv prog on BBC 1 at 10am in the morning.  It describes how a minor police action like a routine car stop can lead to a major crime.  This Wednesday it includes the giant gun stash discovered Stowmarket way in what became Operation Cannington ... we might even get a photo credit.

th 5 Jan
Twelfth Night

Suffolk ConstabularyBetween 3:00pm and 4.30pm yesterday on the Wickham Market playing fields an 11 year old boy was bitten on the hand and the leg by a small white dog wearing a blue jacket.  The dog's owner a woman described as over 60 and wearing a long coat had two dogs both off their leads.  Any info contact Suffolk police quoting reference 37/750/23, you can call 101.

We previously supported Twelfth Night as 6 January but who are we to disagree with Radio 3.

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