... a bit Suffolk
th 3 Dec
Dancing in Syleham village hall gets another favourite on that there Flickr.
we 28 Oct
Seven reported mobile phone distraction thefts since the the beginning of October.
Very sorry to hear that Cliff Quay brewer Jeremy Moss passed away last Friday 4th September,
sa 29 Aug
Roadside verge volunteer wardens rake and monitor verges as wildlife reserves.
we 19 Aug
fr 7 Aug
Not surprisingly with the current unpleasantness house sales around near the coast are slow but most active in Saxmundham.
th 30 Jul
tu 30 Jun
su 7 Jun
♫ Man in the Hat's three previous virtual hoedowns have triumphed with a sea of appreciative comments. He's doing it again Friday ... PPE not needed but you are advised to social distance from your device.
we 27 May
We visited Katie's Garden Newbourne for the first time last week. A staff member asked Are you trying to leave without paying? We were third in the socially distanced queue for the cashier and exit and empty handed because we'd put our three tumbler tomatoes down whilst waiting.
fr 22 May
HM Coastguard are warning that the Bawdsey Cliffs are dangerous because of erosion.
we 13 May
A man has been charged with the Darsham and Framlingham petrol station burglaries and ramming a police car.
we 6 May
If not a crime wave around near the coast at least a ripple. Last night both Darsham and Framlingham petrol stations were burgled, Friday a quad bike was stolen in the Yoxford area and about the same time two expensive looking bicycles were stolen from a Woodbridge shed.
sat 2 May
Suffolk, or at least Co-ops near the coast, have rediscovered the ice bucket challenge. Yesterday in front of a few socially distanced onlookers a very good handful of Framlingham Co-op staff were cheerfully dunked by their co-workers. If we'd paid more attention we would know which charity benefitted but we do know Wickham Market Co-op have been challenged to do the same thing.
th 2 Apr
mo 24 Feb
This Saturday the 29th a free (donations welcome) nostalgic Film Night at Horham Community Centre.
th 20 Feb
9am-2pm Saturday week 29 February Knodishall Brownies are holding a table sale in the village hall with profits to the hall. Tables are £10, phone Brown Owl Jo Mayhew on 01728 831748.
su 9 Feb
Storm Ciara (not Clara) has closed the Orwell Bridge we think 3:00am-06:00pm.
sa 8 Feb
WANTED A graphic designer to be paid for designing a Bauhaus style poster.
fr 22 Nov
Didn't know there's a winery in Monk Soham, they are open 11:00am-04:00pm weekend after next for Christmas shopping.
we 20 Nov
Sunday a charity fair in the Hasketon Victory Hall, a quid to get in but that does include refreshments.
sa 16 Nov
mo 11 Nov
Don't know if it's Brexit or the approach or perhaps arrival of winter but house sales around near the coast seem slow.
tu 29 Oct
Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs) were enacted in a bunch of near the coast towns over ten years ago. They aren't simple drinking bans, it's not illegal to have wine with a picnic as long as a copper doesn't ask you stop ... read the question. DPPOs have been replaced by Public Space Protection Orders and last month East Suffolk Council resolved (didn't they vote?) to remove the DPPOs (number seven in the minutes). Impressively they also thought to remove the signs that imply Framlingham Fen Meadow is the haunt of drunken muggers rather than sober(ish) dog walkers.