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Food editor Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out the offering at The Arbor House in Ipswich

A Suffolk butcher’s shop has struck gold and gained award-winning status for their homemade sausages.

Tomorrow some of the best beers in the world will feature in the inaugural event of the Krombacher German Beer Festival on Tour, which begins in Ipswich before heading off across the UK.

Suffolk business owner and brewery create brand new brew for 10th LeeStock Festival.

Will our crispy tempura asparagus recipe get you in the mood for love?

family life

Stonham Aspal photographer Gillian Allard launches her bid to become Sky Arts Master of Photography 2017 tonight - snapping up €150,000 in the process.

The army of supporters who make the Suffolk Show a reality were out in force last week, helping to raise funds for charity at a glittering social evening.

From cosy cushions, to stylish rugs and tiles - there will be something to suit everyone’s style within the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017

After her success at last year’s Suffolk Show, local jewellery designer Emily Mortimer will be returning to exhibit at Suffolk Show 2017.

walks

Gallery: Five places for a festive walk in Suffolk

Monday, December 26, 2016

After the over-indulgence of Christmas, you may fancy donning some warm clothes and boots and heading out for a refreshing walk with the family. Here are five places in Suffolk where you can enjoy a festive family walk.

The days are getting short now and some paths can be muddy so this week I am writing a shorter walk which I have been taking for a long time, writes Richard Tyson.

Richard Tyson enjoys a three-mile walk around the village of Sweffling.

Chris Barker has a glimpse of a fascinating heritage project taking shape in west Suffolk with the latest in our weekly walks.

opinion

Debbie Brous has no doubt about the difference special exercise sessions have made to her daughter, Bella.

What is this new generation we are rearing

I have what can only be called a troubled history when it comes to growing my own veg, writes Sheena Grant.

I have in mind a new celebrity reality show, writes Lynne Mortimer. It’s sort of Through the Keyhole-cum-Car Booty in which celebrities are forced to clear out their garages because, let’s face it, most garages are little more than spacious cupboards.

A nice young girl from Dickleburgh, Asked her new boyfriend to tickle ‘er... and so begins a classic unfinished limerick challenge. Lynne Mortimer celebrates the nonsense poet Edward Lear and his shorter works.

homes & garden

An historic Suffolk estate is set to be recreated as a farm encompassing 1,090 acres of high quality arable land and a range of homes and buildings goes on the market with a bumper guide price tag of £14.75m.

A small parkland estate at Playford, near Woodbridge, is set to go on the market with a freehold guide price of £1.5m.

A Suffolk garden centre is encouraging people to scour their gardens for a rare lilac.

A Suffolk garden centre firm is inviting people to let their imagination bloom by naming a new rose variety.

travel

Mike Pickup and his wife weren’t entirely sure where they were even going when they signed up to a trip to Kazakhstan - and even had to open the Atlas to check, as he reveals.

Roger Hermiston and Eileen Wise found more riches than they could have imagined exploring the Northern Spanish coast.

Switzerland is a land of contrasts. And this year the Swiss are celebrating the completion of one of the world’s greatest engineering projects that connects two strikingly different parts of the country, writes James Marston.

The main streets are littered with designer names including Dior, Prada and Chanel, the pavements are heated and only the best champagne is served.

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