... a bit Suffolk
|fr 22 Feb|
|we 9 Jan|
Chairman of the Suffolk Punch Trust Philip Ryder-Davies talks this Saturday in Rendham about these lovely work horses.
|fr 16 Nov|
Eamonn McCabe has been sports photographer of the year a record four times and was 1985 news photographer of the year for his coverage of the Heysel stadium disaster ... he's talking in Rendham village hall tomorrow night.
|tu 25 Sep|
We've always found Tony's song Maria from West Side Story a tediously whining ballad but with the confidently easy tenor voice of Justin Lavender Saturday night in Rendham we discovered it's powerfully enjoyable. Regrettably we then had to leave but the entirely home cooked (apart from the bread) supper provided by the friends of the church looked spectacular.
|fr 6 Jul|
The Rendham field dance tomorrow night is an absolute delight, you could end up dancing through ankle deep mist under moonlight ... you'd pay to see that at the cinema wouldn't you ... and this year it doesn't clash with the Maverick festival.
|mo 2 Apr|
One of the nice things about the Aldeburgh Gallery is it's next to the other chip shop in Aldeburgh, mind you the chip shop closed surprisingly early last Friday so was of no use to those who had stayed late buying at the packed private view of Rendham brother and sister painters Thom and Ania Hobson ... they're both young and talented ... we hate them.
|we 2 Nov|
FREE entry bonfire party Rendham Saturday marshmallows and mulled wine.
|fr 9 Sep|
Tomorrow evening the Cassia String Quartet are playing Haydn and Kodaly in Rendham and there's drinks and a finger buffet too ... alternatively the Trianon Orchestra have an interesting looking prog at the Snape Maltings including Carmina Burana.
|mo 04 jl 11|
|su 15 May|
A proper journalist would have found out who was getting married in Rendham yesterday but does it really matter? The bride looked beautiful (of course) and the horse and carriage (did you know they go together like love and marriage?) looked gothic.
|th 20 Jan|
Despite chillingly miserable rain there'd already been a customer for PCSO Kevin Mann at the mobile police station in Walpole when we visited last Monday morning, Nat Bocking had visited to tell Kevin about the handy bus project. The Suffolk Coastal mobile is one of four in the county and has on board Internet, loads of info, can postcode free bicycles and mobile phones and has a computer linked speed indicator display to monitor traffic speed through a village. We followed Kevin on to Rendham but the rain seemed even more penetrating so we didn't hang about.