... a bit Suffolk
|su 28 Feb|
Earlier this month (we're partly responsible for the late reporting) a
Lowestoftdriver failed to stop after knocking a woman cyclist off.
Some recent sales from our Alamy portfolio have cheered the day.
|sa 27 Feb|
Still tidying ...
|fr 26 Feb|
|th 25 Feb|
The the Wave Goodbye one
digestemailed out today ... click Jess Postman Pat's black and white cat to get your free copy.
|we 24 Feb|
A very convoluted and twisted thread of motorbike theft and drugs in
|tu 23 Feb|
Though the curve of new
Covid-19infections in East Suffolk (not including Ipswich) is looking good it's still not back to where we were last summer, keep following the guidelines. The Beeb guide to unlocking prompts us to anticipate grass roots sport, open pubs and finally open cinemas. Our eighty first reason to be cheerful Bigger Boat. ♫
We have over 5,000 stock images available on Alamy.
|mo 22 Feb|
This year the
ParhamAirfield Museum is 40 and the museum's latest newsletter reminisces about the early years.
|sa 20 Feb|
Nice enough day, queues on
FramlinghamMarket and for barista Dusted With Cocoa.
|fr 19 Feb|
The first lockdown last year started on the very day we were planning to see Emma. at the
AldeburghCinema ... hopefully Emma. will return and do you think Miss Bates (Miranda Hart) will fall over?
|th 18 Feb|
For quite a long time we vaguely thought it was called a hook and ladder because it was something to do with firefighting equipment. Then we learnt that hook is a receiver route hooking towards the pitch centre and the ladder is a lateral (a sideways pass) ... but it's generally known as a hook and ladder.
The every ten years National Census is next month on Sunday 21 March and for the first time can be done online.
|we 17 Feb|
How to promote yourself on
|tu 16 Feb|
american footballpundit Mike Carlson became Michael Carlson on Radio 4's arts prog Front Row last night.
The temporary traffic lights have been in Fairfield Road
Framlinghamfor a month presumably to stop us walking on the pavement.
|mo 15 Feb|
bin collectionsshould restart today, no garden green wheelie garden collections until St David's Day 1 March.
Pancake Daytomorrow! We've already bought our lemon:)
|su 14 Feb|
|sa 13 Feb|
Thursday for the third time a defibrillator in Sea Road
|fr 12 Feb|
Delayed from 2020 and in the coming May we get to exercise our franchise and vote for
Suffolk's Police Crime Commissioner ... just three candidates.
We thought that palindromic dates had ended for the time being when we moved in to a new decade but today could be shown as 12 02 2021.
Wonderfully confusing calendar how
bin collectionswill hopefully restart next week.
|th 11 Feb|
WARNING High winds have stranded poisonous shellfish on
Suffolkand Norfolk beaches. Dog walkers are advised to keep their pet on a lead ... dogs will eat anything ...
Anorak Alert No.31: Dodie Smith's novel I Capture The Castle is set in
Suffolkbut the film adaptation has a beach scene that doesn't look like Suffolk to us.