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3rd December 2019

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Santa is coming to Landguard Fort

Father Christmas, or Santa as many know him, has found out there are many good boys and girls in Suffolk, and he has asked Landguard Fort in Felixstowe if he can come and see them before he brings their presents on Christmas morning. We have agreed that Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 December would be

Come meet Santa at Suffolk Punch Trust

Come and meet Santa in the stables at The Suffolk Punch Trust on Friday 13th, Saturday 14th or Sunday 15th December. As well as meeting Santa in his farmyard grotto visitors young and old will be able to meet the animals up close in the Christmas Farmyard. To keep children amused there will also be

Railway Smart app upgrade

Greater Anglia has cut down the time it takes for commuters to buy and collect a smart season ticket with a further upgrade of its ticket buying app. The Greater Anglia app was upgraded earlier this year to offer ‘Remote Ticket Download’ on Android devices and has now been further improved to include iPhones. This

Expansion at Owl Sanctuary

Over the last year, staff and volunteers have been leading a double life! Not only have they been carrying out their usual variety of falconry duties ensuring the efficient running of the sanctuary and raptor hospital, but they have also been working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring a whole new dimension to the visitor

Half Term at Baylham House Farm

It is always a pleasure to visit Baylham House Farm and just before they close at the end of the season it’s going to be even more fun. For the Halloween themed autumn half term week – Spooky Spectacular! Baylham House Farm is open every day and each child will be able to have a

2019 East Suffolk Business and Community Award Winners

The 2019 East Suffolk Business & Community Awards took place on Thursday 3rd October at The Hangar, Kesgrave Hall. Organised by East Suffolk Council, the Awards celebrated a vast array of business and community successes and initiatives from the last 18 months. The evening was hosted for the fifth time by Steve Allen, the comedian,

Try the Whole Hog

Set in the glorious Suffolk Countryside the ‘Whole Hog’ has been running for over 13 years and has become a popular fixture in many peoples calendar. It is an obstacle/mud run which takes place on 13th October 2019 at the Wantisden Hall Estate, near Woodbridge. Competitors can choose from either the ‘Whole Hog’ five mile

Thrill at the Mill

This year the Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum, along with the talented AmDram group ‘A Company of Four’ are hosting their first ever ‘Thrill at the Mill’ fright nights this Halloween. Guests will be entertained as the Mill (inside and out) becomes the stage for a selection of haunting characters inspired by the Tide Mill’s grizzly

Weddings 2019

Are you planning a wedding? If so you don’t want to miss our Weddings Special in our September issue… or read online now READ HERE

Suffolk Residents Settle the Nation’s Cream Tea Debate

Residents in Suffolk have settled the nation’s long-standing debate on how to enjoy a perfect cream tea and whether jam or cream should be spread onto a scone first. During Afternoon Tea Week, more than 300 locals participated in Stokes Sauces’ poll on Facebook and Twitter, which revealed that the ‘Suffolk way’ to enjoy a

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