... a bit Suffolk
|we 29 Nov|
JOB Mother of two with health problems seeks a Cleaner/PA in Great Finborough the other side of Stowmarket.
|mo 18 Sep|
We've added Detectorist Mackenzie Crook to peeps in Suffolk.
|tu 19 Sep|
The Zombie Evacuation in Hockwold cum Wilton Sunday had a more open setting than the Cambridge Evac we snapped three years ago but generous use of smoke grenades and energetically committed zombies made for the expected stimulating experience. Pleasant coffee service from the converted horsebox and thankfully the heavy rain held off until the event was pretty much over. The zombies are returning to Hockwold September next year.
|we 16 Aug|
Not wearing socks is enough to cause comment in Suffolk ... eh?
|tu 11 Jul|
Bury Saints v Bristol Aztecs Sunday in Thetford was the Saints' last home game of their first season the Premiership and only their fourth season since formation. The Premiership has been a big bite for the Saints and not helped by losing their starting quarterback, a running back and they are short one lineman. This year ... more here
|fr 30 Jun|
♫ Tomorrow night the Suffolk Singers present the concert Summer Serenade at Holy Trinity Blythburgh.
|sa 17 Jun|
All day today at Goodrich Park Palgrave (it's near Diss) Journey Through The Ages Vintage Rally and Country Fair.
|we 14 Jun|
The Constabulary warn against a telephone scam claiming to be the tax office.
|fr 19 May|
It's six thirty pm and we're changing for dinner ... this may be Suffolk but do we look like we drive a tractor?
|tu 16 May|
Yesterday the Bury Saints had their first win in their first season in the Premiership.
|we 3 May|
Suffolk Young Farmers Country Fair this Sunday at Easton Farm Park ... they're a bit non-committal about what time it starts.
|fr 7 Apr|
It's the Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch Association annual general meeting tonight in Woolpit village hall, ample parking and refreshments.
|fr 10 Mar|
Laxfield Market is first Saturday of the month, Wenhaston Market is the last Saturday of the month, that's the 25th this month.
|su 26 Feb|
|we 25 Jan|
The Norfolk and Suffolk photographs of Justin Partyka's were a feature of Mary Chamberlain's book Fenwomen when republished by Full Circle. The London gallery Osbourne Samuel are curating an online selling show Close to Home of his East Anglian works and running until 24th February.
|we 16 Nov|
Around near the coast theatre companies are putting their Christmas shows together. In Fressingfield Sunday Roughcast Theatre were rehearsing a Christmas Carol with an impressive Marley's ghost and a live choir. The show goes on the road next month with visits to Huntingfield, Stowmarket, Hoxne, Southwold and Wingfield.
|sa 12 Nov|
Hay Fever is a Noel Coward comedy about a totally mad weekend house party in the 1920s. Last night's performance at the Bungay Fisher Theatre was beautifully costumed, had a very decent sized and appreciative audience and some the cast's ott business tempted applause mid-performance. Last chance to see tonight at the Pavilion Theatre Gorleston.
|su 13 Nov|
Our link checker is starting to pick up the now defunct local web sites that chose not to pay One Suffolk and the village site that bizarrely now thinks it's 2015.
|tu 8 Nov|
Friday night the Open Space Theatre Company will be performing Ibsen's A Doll's House in the Wingfield Barns but regrettably we'll be in the Fisher Theatre Bungay snapping the Noel Coward comedy Hay Fever.
|we 2 Nov|
♫ We could tell you the Hank Wangford four piece including guest BJ Cole (Britain's master of the pedal steel guitar) are playing the Bungay Fisher Theatre this Saturday but it's Sold Out ... might be returns.