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21st September 2019

Suffolk News

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

Ed Sheeran Exhibition opens

A unique exhibition on the life of Ed Sheeran has opened this week in Ipswich to coincide with the Suffolk singer-songwriter playing four “coming home” concerts in the tow this August Bank Holiday weekend. The nine-month exhibition is entitled “Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk” and features portraits by renowned artist Colin Davidson, photography by Mark

Warning about buying and selling online

Police are warning social media users to be vigilant buying/selling online Suffolk Police are warning social media users to be vigilant when buying and selling items online. The advice comes after police were called following an incident in Mildenhall where a car was reportedly damaged by two unknown men posing as potential buyers. At some

Flower Show & Fete

Flower Show & Fete On Saturday 3rd August Burstall will be holding it’s Annual Flower Show and Fete. The format of the show has hardly changed since the 1950s although bowling for the pig and the smell from the goats have gone! What is still to be enjoyed are the displays of garden produce, baking,

Classic Motors at Helmingham Hall this Sunday

Come and join in the fun on Sunday 4th August at Helmingham Hall Gardens for one of the largest displays of classic and sports cars in East Anglia, making a wonderful day out not just for the car enthusiast but the whole family. With over 900 vehicles taking part representing the last 10 decades of

Woodbridge shop helps make tea “global friendly”

Tea lovers have been dismayed recently to discover that many traditional teabags contain a plastic called polypropylene. In Britain we make about 165 million cups of tea per day and over 95% of those cups of tea are made with teabags, that’s a lot of microplastics making its way to landfill sites. Tea drinkers also need

Burstall Flower Show, Fete & Dog Show

On Saturday 3rd August Burstall will be holding it Annual Flower Show and Fete. The format of the show has hardly changed since the 1950s although bowling for the pig and the smell from the goats have gone! What is still to be enjoyed are the displays of garden produce, baking, flower arranging and craft

Felixstowe & Walton United FC v West Ham United XI

Felixstowe & Walton United FC will unveil their stadium upgrades prior to a preseason friendly against a West Ham XI on Saturday 27 July at 1pm. This is thanks to a grant from the Premier League through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) – the largest funders of non-league football in the country. The FSIF

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