A Suffolk organisation aims to get more people walking this Spring with a series of free guided walks. The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership will run a guided walk over five Saturdays from 29 February until 4 April with each one starting and ending at a Greater Anglia rail station on the Ipswich –
February is fast approaching and life on the Farm is getting quite hectic. The Farm open it’s doors on Saturday 15th February and will be starting the new season with lambing (and hopefully a litter of piglets). The new lambs love to sit on your lap and if you are very lucky you may even
90 minutes, 2 bikes, 1 team – who will travel the furthest for RideFest 2020? Local businesses are being called upon again to see who will be RideFest Champions for 2020. With a few tweaks to the rules from last year, each company is asked to assemble a team of nine riders to cycle on
The choir is looking forward to a Singing Day on the 8th February at Woolpit Village Hall. The chosen music is the iconic and uplifting Verdi’s Requiem. A Singing Day is the perfect opportunity for anyone of any age to join in with people who already know the work and others who have never sung
Stonham Barns Leisure & Shopping Village is a bustling family complex filled with an abundance of attractions and activities to suit all, providing a wonderful family experience in the Suffolk Countryside. Great family events are hosted throughout the year in the Showground, Barn and Theatre. On Saturday 8th February from 9.30am until 1.30pm back again
The Leader of East Suffolk Council, Cllr Steve Gallant, has issued the following statement on the Ipswich Northern Bypass: “Having studied the findings from the strategic outline business case and the public consultation, I can confirm that East Suffolk Council does not support the proposals for the new Ipswich Northern Route. I have been clear
What do you think of the rail service in the Greater Anglia area? Well rail bosses are giving you the opportunity to tell them.
Stowmarket based transport company passed a momentous milestone in 2019.
A joint application from the Suffolk Coast & Heaths and Dedham Vale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of 15 to be awarded a share of £7.4million from the National Lottery. The project will celebrate the 50th anniversary of both areas, which were formally designated in 1970, and will encourage residents and visitors
The Stowmarket group meetings in 2019 covered a very diverse range of subjects centred on the plants and animals of Suffolk. The speakers were informative and often amusing, revealing much about what goes on around us, which is so often unnoticed. The attendance for the talks was good, and one attracted the biggest audience since