... a bit Suffolk
|su 6 Jun|
The Woodbridge and District safer neighbourhood team, the UK border agency and HM coastguard at Orford Quay from 8.30am today promoting boat safety and security on and off the water.
|fr 4 Jun|
|tu 1 Dec|
|fr 20 Nov|
|fr 6 Nov|
By the time we got to Orford this morning PCSOs Trudy Sharman and Amy Cowan had already found two customers, Chris had lost a tarpaulin stolen from his boatyard and a second boatyard had lost cables (we suspect cables in the nautical sense). The PCSOs were spending the day visiting Orford, Bawdsey, Ramsholt and Woodbridge to increase the awareness of Marine Watch because of recent crimes.
|we 28 Oct|
An outboard motor, tank and petrol stolen in Orford.
|sa 28 Mar|
The Suffolk Singers celebrate the approaching Easter by presenting a very varied programme at St Bartholomew's, Orford tonight.
|su 29 Jun|
We took our lunch yesterday in Orford expecting to use that rather pleasant restaurant/cafe on the quay only to discover it's been a warehouse for the
oyster people for some years apparently. So we walked back to the King's Head which despite being run by Hotel Inspector Ruth Watson was surprisingly unpretentious, the food excellent, not that expensive and very generous in quantity, and the Adnams Broadside (always a dodgy one that, in most pubs how long has it been in the pipes?) in perfect condition. Gets a tick in our book.
|fr 25 Apr|
Police are appealing again about the Roman duck brooch stolen from Orford Castle at the end of last month. Can't help but think that if it was an opportunist crime then the brooch could still be near the coast?
|th 3 Apr|
That's a pity, someone has pinched a Roman brooch from Orford Castle.
|we 6 Feb|
The Eastern Angles take Cuckoo Teapot out on tour next week starting Wednesday and Thursday in Saxmundham. Over the next three months venues will include Eye, Brandeston, Bredfield, Westleton, Hacheston, Woodbridge and Orford. Take them in before the blue meanie Arts Council finish them off.