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What’s that tweeting in the countryside?

September 13th, 2011 by
Categories: Featured · Special Events

It’s not just the birds who are tweeting in the countryside these days. There is a different type of tweet out there which is a little more mobile than feathered!

Owners of smart phones or lovers social networking will be no strangers to the delight of Twitter. This is no new craze and you don’t have to be a twitcher to catch on to it. Whatever your interest there is bound to be a tweet relating to it. But if the millions of tweets about who did what to who and where and why numbs you senseless then remember, there is another great way to use Twitter.

Tweets from Discover Suffolk are a great way to keep abreast of all that is going on in the countryside and receive those little nuggets of information on the best places to visit, where the best seasonal colour is or what’s happening this weekend.

Simply search for Discover Suffolk on Twitter or link from the home page to the site. Remember to Follow and catch all the latest news and event information on your PC, laptop, mobile, tablet….

Discover Suffolk is Suffolk County Council’s countryside project. Discover more at www.discoversuffolk.org.uk. There are many walking, cycling and riding leaflets all free to download plus lots of great ideas for outings, picnics, birdwatching and wildlife adventures.

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