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Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds

Behind the faces of the many Georgian looking buildings in Bury St Edmunds are houses of the 17th Century and earlier. Much of the town dates from the period 1750-1850. Two of the oldest buildings are in Churchgate Street, at one end you will find Norman House and at the [Read More]

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The Great British Walk: Suffolk

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

If you love walking, you’ll love the National Trust’s Great British Walk. This autumn, in partnership with PruHealth, the National Trust is launching a walking festival that celebrates the beautiful British countryside – and if you time it right then you’ll get to [Read More]

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Visitors to the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway’s Rail ‘n’ Ale event this weekend will be able to make the trip to the museum by bus. The event on Sunday 26 and Bank Holiday Monday 27 August features steam train rides and eight gravity dispensed real ales, al sourced from [Read More]

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Following on from the roaring success of Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Complex’s prestigious Mid & West Suffolk Show in July, they are proud to be hosting their hotly anticipated Classic Car Show. The Classic Car Show is a returning esteemed show, which Stonham [Read More]

Maritime Ipswich 2012

Following on from the staggering success of last year, Maritime Ipswich is gracing the Waterfront once more. However, to make it bigger and better for 2012, Ipswich Central and Ipswich Borough Council have decided to create a whole two weeks of activity – Celebrate [Read More]

Yoxford Festival

Yoxford Festival

This summer sees the ninth Yoxford Arts Festival described by BBC Radio 3 as ‘A unique and truly community event’. The opening night of an exciting 2012 Yoxford Festival, Thursday 16th August, features a new young band, Ranagri — “Echoes of Pentangle, Jethro Tull [Read More]

Glee Club Tent announced for V Festival

Get ready to belly laugh as the full Glee Club Comedy Tent line up, led by Aussie funny man Tim Minchin and 8 Out of 10 Cats team captain Sean Lock is announced. With just 30 days to go until this year’s V Festival, sponsored by Virgin Media, what better way to mark this [Read More]

Win a Taste of France

Win a Taste of France

The year 1789, marks an important turn in French history, with the beginning of the French revolution after the storming of the bastille, which led to the downfall of the monarchy and the rising of the French republic in 1792. To honour their independence, France celebrates [Read More]

Latitude 2012 the best ever!

Latitude 2012 the best ever!

As a crowd of thousands gather to watch headline sets at Latitude in Henham Park in Suffolk from Bon Iver, Lana Del Rey, Metronomy, Janelle Monae, White Lies and Yeasayer, managing director of Festival Republic and creator of Latitude, Melvin Benn said: “There’s a god [Read More]

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Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds

Behind the faces of the many Georgian looking buildings in Bury St Edmunds are houses of the 17th Century and earlier. [Read More]

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

If you love walking, you’ll love the National Trust’s Great British Walk. This autumn, in partnership with [Read More]

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Visitors to the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway’s Rail ‘n’ Ale event this weekend will be able to make the trip to the [Read More]

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Following on from the roaring success of Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Complex’s prestigious Mid & West [Read More]