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Charlotte Smith-Jarvis shares her idea of a sweet treat filled afternoon tea in Suffolk.
We all love a good burger, so we’ve picked out some of our favourites from across Suffolk.
Sunshine, beer and live music made for a relaxing atmosphere at Suffolk brewer Greene King’s first Oktoberfest.
Suffolk campaigner Melissa Day has received a major boost to her efforts to help impoverished tea workers in Sri Lanka. Sheena Grant finds out more
Did someone in your family fight for the vote? And what’s life like for women today?
There have been lots of other lovely weddings in Suffolk and north Essex recently.
Richard Tyson explores beaches and heaths around Thorpeness and Aldringham Common
Bill Baldry returns to an easy-walking rural route that former EADT walks correspondent Cyril Francis described in 2008.
Richard Tyson follows an easy-walking route with pretty views, and a few sleepy sheep thrown in.
There’s only four days to go until the end of September, which means my month-long challenge to eat only food produced within a 30-mile radius of my home is almost over, writes Sheena Grant.
What better way to end our holiday than spending a day at Banham Zoo with three-year-old grandson George.
Virtually all experiences associated with childhood come with a health warning these days, writes Ellen Widdup.
No longer simply the trademark of Bet Lynch, animal prints are now taking centre stage in some of the world’s most chic homes.
Hillside House, at Highham, is a country house with commanding views over the beautiful Dedham Vale and the Stour Valley.
Ipswich has been hailed as a ‘property hotspot’ to watch in the next decade, after experts predicted house prices could soar in the area.
Although you won’t be wanting to take your bikini, even in June, says Andrea Powell.
When my wife suggested a walking holiday in the world’s second largest country, I was pleased we were only doing a small part of it!
The cruise around Cape Horn was always set to be an adventure, writes Andrea Powell.