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tu 1 Dec

In the end we had a record 9,546 visitors last month.

mo 30 Nov
St Andrew's day

By 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon we'd had 9,268 visitors during November.  We only need a few more than usual today to break last month's record 9,409

tu 24 Nov

09:30pm  Bulletin board locked for software upgrade.

10:30pm  Board back though we have lost the picture of Betty top left, but that can wait till the morning.

mo 2 Nov

10,000?Thank You!  In the end we had a record 9,409 visitors last month, perhaps if you tell more of your friends about us (or if you're a property developer tell that bloke at the district council you take out for a drink ... again) we'll get over 10,000 this month?

sa 31 Oct

tweet sockWe don't have even a 100 followers on Twitter, and some of those we do have are distinctly dodgy, but WeFollow reckons we're the fifth most influential tweeter in Suffolk ... mind you we've got a ways to go to catch up with Food Safari; and thank you everybody for a record 9,134 visitors in this month so far.

th 29 Oct

Hopefully we'll go over 9,000 visitorsIf we get few extra new visitors over the next couple of days we should go over 9,000 visitors in a month for the first time.  So tell all your friends about us ... or if you're a property developer tell that bloke at the district council you take out for a drink.

fr 11 Sep

Sign up for our monthly newsletterNeed just seven more subscribers to our monthly(ish) digest to go over 3,000, to subscribe click on Helen and Rose.

th 3 Sep

advice about promotionAdvice on how to use this web site to promote your safer neighbourhood or roller derby team, quantitive easing initiative or monthly witch ducking.

su 30 Aug

Talk to us nicely about advertising and we might give you a BOGOF.

th 27 Aug

We'll be missing for a couple of hours between 10pm tonight and 5am whilst we're moved onto new hardware with state of the art power and cooling ... allegedly.

tu 11 Aug

It's now Dog Flea Treatment that's exercising the online community.

su 2 Aug

A record nearly 9,000 visitors to this site last month.

we 29 Jul

Ours cats want to see Skin The FishAnandamide's first carOur cats are coppering up so they can see Skin The Fish this weekend at Hachfest and more first cars are emerging.

we 15 Jul
St Swithin's Day

We love NearTheCoast, thanks for latest update, Rachel, Diss

1pm:   The Jun-Jul digest has just gone out to the near 3,000 subscribers, to get it click on Helen and Rose.

Ford Anglia and CorsairMy first car is still running and lots of sporting automotive stuff on drastic plastic.

sa 11 Jul

Morris 8 series E  Are you brave enough to tell us about your first car?

sa 18 Apr

near the coast on TwitterWe can now tweet from our mobile phone ... if we could find it that is.

fr 10 Apr

We've put our web statistics online, over 6,600 visitors last month.


Sorry!  For some reason we still don't understand our email list software decided to send out the January? des' dinners to everyone this morning.  We've made it sit on the naughty step and think about what its done.

th 5 Mar

near the coast on twitterWe take your point which is what is the point but we're on Twitter.

tu 27 Jan

The new print gallery front pageWe'd rather feared that the builders had gone off on another job before finishing the makeover on our print gallery but eventually they turned up to finish the job and we rather like the slide show.

fr 23 Jan

Our new made over print gallery should be (cue the dreamy music) revealed Tuesday.

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