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20th July 2018

Stowmarket News

M.E.A.L. – a great day out for all!

The Museum of East Anglian Life is located in the heart of Stowmarket, Suffolk and features 75 acres of stunning Suffolk Countryside, historic buildings, animals and lots for families to see and do, it is the largest independent museum in Suffolk. With a packed programme of Summer Activities, families can take part in drop in

Stowmarket’s 22nd Beer & Brewing Fest

The Museum of East Anglian Life is back with the 22nd Festival of Beer and Brewing from Thursday 5th ­– Saturday 7th July 2018. Excitement is brewing for Stowmarket’s favourite event, set within the Museum’s stunning 13th Century barn. The fun and friendly atmosphere attracts visitors from all over East Anglia every year, celebrating the

July at Stonham Barns

Summer has arrived and at Stonham Barns during July there is lots to do for the whole family. There is the History Alive on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July with thrilling combat displays, living history encampments from Viking warriors to American settlers. Re-enactment groups and demonstrations, periodic music and entertainment, craft stalls, fun

Signing in at the Owl Barn

The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary’s beautiful owls, other birds of prey and pretty grounds have become a favourite destination for a huge diversity of visitors. Children, students, parents, teenagers and the elderly all find elements of the centre appealing. The sanctuary is constantly striving to ensure that all areas of the site are interesting and accessible

Historic step in Middy loco restoration

On Sunday 24th The Middy will be testing the rolling chassis of their own loco, no.1604, one of the last working steam locomotives in East Anglia, for the first time since the major restoration began some years ago. 1604 will be coupled to the railway’s special guest locomotive, another Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST very similar in

Middy in the War Years

Bank Holiday weekend, 6th and 7th May, will see two days recreating the atmosphere and scenes of World War II at The Mid Suffolk Light Railway with two days of living history. Featuring wartime displays, reenactment demonstrations and military vehicles, including a Sherman Tank, this year’s event will see an expanded range of displays for

Thursday: Snow latest

Don’t forget to follow and interact with us on Social Media Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Ipswich24/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/Ipswich24mag Thurs 12 noon: Ipswich Borough Council has suspended bin collections after a gruelling five hours out on the road. All refuse crews left the depot early this morning and collected hundreds of bins but a spokesman for the

Black Ice Warning and Advice from Police

Police are continuing to urge drivers to take care and be cautious of black ice as temperatures drop further. Driving conditions are expected to worsen as standing water freezes and motorists are still being advised to only make essential journeys. While the reported number of collisions remains relatively low (since 6am there have been around

Drivers warned about snow

As the conditions worsen on Suffolk’s roads, the advice from police is to, “only get behind the wheel if it is completely necessary.” Whilst the reported number of road traffic collisions remains relatively low this morning with no serious injury RTCs reported and about 11 minor RTCs the road conditions are making travel difficult with

Appeal after burglary at Stowmarket Museum

Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary that took place in Stowmarket. It happened at the Museum of East Anglian Life at some point overnight between Sunday 28 January and Monday 29 January. Unknown offender/s have removed the padlock from a back gate and forced their entry to a number of buildings stealing various

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