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Our reviewer enjoyed fresh cakes and a nostalgic scone based pizza at Angel Delights, Hadleigh.

Sisters Sophie and Lauren Chittock this year launched a gourmet nut butter brand - Nuoi Foods.

Country pub The White Horse at Easton has completely changed its offering to become more family friendly.

An East Anglian fruit farmer has called for the reintroduction of a Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (SAWS) as the number of seasonal workers drops to critically low levels on some British farms and fears grow that British soft fruit prices will soar.

When friends ask me “what was your holiday like?” I’m unlikely to recount stories of art galleries, museums and gardens. My response will more often than not be an animated description of everything I ate!

family life

David Edwards − an ex-pupil of Northgate Grammar School, Ipswich − knew precious little about the grandfather he never met. When he found out what had happened, he determined to make a pilgrimage to a corner of Flanders. This is his story

It’s name makes it sound a little ‘new age’ but hypnobirthing is becoming surprisingly mainstream and what’s more, say those in the know, it can take a lot of the pain away from giving birth. Suzanne Mildinhall, who trained as a hypnobirthing practitioner after using the technique during her daughter’s 2014 birth, told Sheena Grant more...

The school summer break is nearly upon us and with it comes the constant challenge of how to keep the kids entertained. With a view to being prepared, we have put together a selection of activities and clubs taking place across East Anglia this summer.

Aren’t many men reluctant to look after their health! Steven Russell press-ganged a friend to try a How Are You? quiz. Is he fighting fit or in trouble?

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

Aren’t many men reluctant to look after their health! Steven Russell press-ganged a friend to try a How Are You? quiz. Is he fighting fit or in trouble?

Lynne Mortimer looks at the history and changing nature of the picnic over the last 50 years... with special reference to meat paste and prosecco

Crossed off my list this week – pork crackling.

Opinion: Is customer service on the high street dead?

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Sitcoms were a big thing in the 1970s. Anyone who lived through the decade will remember that while some were better than others, all tapped into something true to life, writes Sheena Grant.

My friend Jane has a sporty soft-top car and often gives me a lift to and from work. I like 
to wave at my neighbours as we drive by.

homes & garden

Almost £2million can buy you this individual six-bedroom, six-bathroom dream home near Woodbridge.

A chance to visit stunning ‘hidden gardens’ in Bury St Edmunds will be held this Sunday, raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care.

A nature reserve near Sudbury is hosting two open days to showcase their unique displays of roses.

Farmland prices in the east of England have dipped slightly in 2017, according to land agents.

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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