... a bit Suffolk
|we 16 June|
Thorington Theatre is a new open air theatre in woods not far from Southwold. This Friday Mini Mouth (surely named in tribute to the late James Holloway's Mouth to Mouth Theatre) present A Mid-Summer's Night Dream guaranteed to please.
Parham Airfield Museum has dropped the need to book for Wednesdays at least.
|tu 15 June|
Saturday after next Man in the Hat ventures (again!) over the border to the Red Lion Needham Norfolk.
You may be in a pic on our Facebook page.
Smashing! Parham Airfield Museum has reopened, free entry but you do need to book.
Crikey! We're fourteen today, first published 15 June 2007.
|mo 14 June|
A bit depressing now that we're finally having some decent weather that Sunday it's the summer solstice and downhill from then on ...
|su 13 June|
Anorak Alert No.35: In 1951 eminent author and antiquarian Patrick Nightingale couldn't have requested Stranger on the Shore as it wasn't published until 1961. Perhaps the stunningly creative and original John Finnemore understandably wasn't going to let a fact get in the way of a joke. ♫
|sa 12 June|
Today no Karl's fruit and veg (on a week's holiday) on Framlingham market but a concert in the garden of the Unitarian Church and two police gently patrolling.
|fr 11 June|
We still miss the Peppery concerts at Easton Farm Park. Inevitably frustrated by Covid Peppery have joined with other world music hosts to stream a four hour concert tomorrow night on that there Facepack. ♫
We've been slow to notice the Badingham Cafe has extended its opening hours.
|th 10 June|
Found with £5,000 of drugs and asleep in a stolen car blocking a Little Glemham driveway, you do wonder about some criminals ...
|tu 8 June|
Early evening near Framlingham and hares misled by the late summer are mad Marching.
|mo 7 June|
Dr Nearthecoast is in and listening but at this difficult time only consulting via email at email@example.com
Freshers lacrosse at the University of East Anglia Norwich.
|su 6 June|
As a very young teenager we had a week's holiday in Bournemouth. Much of it was spent roller skating on nearby Boscombe Pier. We manned up for a Gentlemen Only session and got pushed so hard from behind we went over the barrier. We visited maybe ten years later and the roller rink was now an amusement arcade but the beautiful wooden floor was still there.
Women's american football has its own nearthecoast Facebook album.
|sa 5 June|
Stackton Tressel (pop 6,324) town council denies informal meetings to discuss a unilateral declaration of independence after the government finalises a trade deal with Liechtenstein (pop 38,229). Council chairman Dame Celia Baumhugger said she'd heard there were trees in Liechtenstein.
|th 3 June|
Flattered we have nineteen hundred+ Twitter followers ... which is nice.
|we 2 June|
|mo 31 May|
|su 30 May|
As so often stunned how long since we last visited the Sudbourne Printmakers. This week they are being hosted by the Sweffling printroom and when we visited yesterday it was busy, lots of sales with Peter Besson clearly popular. Next exhibitors at the printroom are local artists Amanda Edgcombe and Tassie Russell.
|sa 29 May|
Paintings and drawings of Sweffling by Ruth Finn at Studio Sosenka Rendham this week.
SRN Nearthecoast is in, fiddling with her tick list, pen and prescribing guidelines, hoping there'll be enough PPE but still listening (apparently) at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07970 865730
|fr 28 May|
If it's your thirty fifth birthday this year then you're younger than EastEnders.
We have over 5,000 stock images available on Alamy.
|we 26 May|
The twice monthly(ish) digest emails out today to the 1950+ nearthecoasters on the list ... click Jaques Tati to receive it free.
Ivan says the projectionist at the Framlingham Regal was also a postman which might explain why the kid's Saturday morning pix was in the afternoon.