... a bit Suffolk
|th 1 Nov|
The passing lorry driver who in April destroyed the metalwork hanging off the Bell and Steelyard Woodbridge has been given seven points and ordered to pay £683. Hope his insurance covers the at least £10,000 to fix it which judging by the scaffolding outside we're quite prepared to believe.
|we 31 Oct|
Suffolk Singers workshop this Sunday at Woodbridge School.
|mo 29 Oct|
In Woodbridge today we discovered there's a Mountain Warehouse in the Thoroughfare, the charity shops are schizophrenic about DVDs with prices varying between £1 and £2.95 and we saw a mature lady with a shopping bag decorated with Jack Vettriano's Singing Butler.
|sa 22 Sep|
|fr 21 Sep|
Tonight is the penultimate in a a four day run by the Deben Players of the musical comedy Nunsense at the Seckford Theatre Woodbridge. The Convent of Little Sisters of Hoboken present wonderful songs and madcap dance routines.
|fr 7 Sep|
♫ Stuff to do around near the coast this weekend includes tonight a music quiz at the Framlingham Crown, the free Laxitude all weekend with Lyrical Jukebox and naughty Harleston boys Red Mecca playing tonight plus Maritime Woodbridge tomorrow and Sunday.
|we 5 Sep|
House sales active in Saxmundham, Wickham Market, Woodbridge and surprisingly Laxfield.
|fr 17 Aug|
A forged £20 note in Beccles Tuesday and more in Woodbridge earlier in the month.
|fr 6 Jul|
Tomorrow there's two performances in the Seckford Theatre (that's the one in Woodbridge School) of the pantomime Rumplestiltskin by the Deben Players Juniors.
|fr 15 Jun|
Here's a new one (to us at least) Splat Quack Go Suffolk's Muddiest Mud Run. superficially a Woodbridge happening tomorrow but in fact just outside Hollesley ... entries accepted on the day and it sounds a teensie bit like those Zombie Evacuations.
|mo 16 Apr|
♫ Free entry to the lunchtime recital by The Beech Duo in Woodbridge library tomorrow. Classical duets for guitar and violin by Paganini, Piazzolla, Carulli and others.
|tu 10 Apr|
Something large appears to have bumped into the Woodbridge Bell and Steelyard.
|su 1 Apr|
In the Woodbridge hardware shop the man in front was being served ... well having a nice chat actually. Indications were made the conversation was ending when the phone started to ring. Beggar we thought Now we'll have to wait for that to be answered but no, the proprietor ignored it and served us ... sometimes you win eh?
|tu 20 Mar|
Disappointing charity DVD shopping in Woodbridge the other week not helped by the Salvation Army shop gone. Tragically the Georgian Coffee House has closed, perhaps not helped by a car crashing in to it earlier in the year.
|sa 20 Jan|
♫ The Suffolk Singers fifth fundraising concert tonight in Woodbridge is in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. Directed by the vivacious Claire Weston a varied programme of easy-listening with informal table seating and a ploughman’s supper it unusually as of Tuesday hadn't sold out.
|fr 1 Dec|
Theft and damage at Seckford Golf Club Woodbridge when Monday batteries were stolen from six golf buggies.
|we 8 Nov|
A coastal rowing club is forming in Woodbridge next year ... now that would involve gigs?
|we 1 Nov|
JOBS Wanted a Groundcare and Hire Salesperson in Framlingham and in Woodbridge a Workshop Manager for Bronzework a small firm making bespoke metalwork.
|th 12 Oct|
Very pleased to welcome back supporter Unfolding Enlightenment who have another Mind Body and Soul in Woodbridge Community Centre the Saturday after next. If you would like to join the happy band of our advertisers £9.95 gets you two months, email us or more info here.
|we 4 Oct|
House sales continued to sparkle in Woodbridge during the summer ... or maybe it's just a large town by the standards of near the coast.
|we 26 Jul|
Laying new track will close the Ipswich-Halesworth rail service for nine days from this Saturday the 29th and the Ipswich-Felixstowe for the next two weekends. Ipswich-Halesworth stations affected include Woodbridge, Wickham Market and Saxmundham, there will be replacement bus services for both lines.