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Some 14 years have passed since Jimmys Farm sprung to life. I spoke to farmer and TV star Jimmy Doherty about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat. Photo: Lucy Taylor

Some 14 years have passed since Jimmy’s Farm sprung to life. Wayne Savage talks to the farmer and TV star about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat.

Review: Sea Spice, Aldeburgh

Friday, May 20, 2016
EADT food review, Sea Spice, Aldeburgh. Chicken biryani.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits Suffolk’s newest Indian restaurant Sea Spice in Aldeburgh

Bethany Foster will be on the Cookery Theatre stage at this year's Suffolk Show.

The names of a host of top chefs from across East Anglia who will be staging live cookery demonstrations to Suffolk Show-goers this year have been revealed.

Inside the Adnams Food Hall - a centrepiece of the Suffolk Show

Food and drink are a massive part of the Suffolk Show with the Adnams Food Hall showcasing the very best sausages, beers, wines and cheeses produced here in the ‘bread basket of England’.

Businesswoman Kimberley Williams who has formed a small company to make gluten-free foods because as a coeliac she found there was little choice on the market or just unappetising food.

A sufferer from coeliac disease has launched a new range of gluten-free food – because she felt options on the market were not tasty enough.

family life

Rosa Hoskins

Suffolk-born actor Bob Hoskins died in 2014. Now his daughter, Rosa, has written a book about what it was like to grow up with him. She spoke to Sheena Grant

Brightlingsea Museum's First World War exhibition commemorating the arrival of thousands of Australian and New Zealand soldiers to the town.
Marriage of Sapper Gordon Henderson to Kitty Fieldgate on 1st August 1917.

During the First World War, the Anzacs arrived in Britain, to live, work, prepare for war, and, in some cases, marry. Sheena Grant finds out how Brightlingsea took the Anzacs to its heart

Some 14 years have passed since Jimmys Farm sprung to life. I spoke to farmer and TV star Jimmy Doherty about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat. Photo: Lucy Taylor

Some 14 years have passed since Jimmy’s Farm sprung to life. Wayne Savage talks to the farmer and TV star about the highs, the lows and the importance of educating future generations about the food they eat.

Nicholas Pandolfi, returning to Town 102 on Monday

Nicholas Pandolfi returns to the airwaves from Monday. He tells entertainment writer Wayne Savage why, sheds light on his BBC Radio Suffolk exit and why “local” matters.

walks

Bill Baldry, Alton Water walk, EADT May 21

Bill Baldry enjoys the sights and sounds of Alton Water as he wanders through the woods north of Alton Water reservoir.

The walk is ideal for a bright early summer day

Richard Tyson explores footpaths between the villages of Wenhaston and Bramfield.

Dog walking

Weather for the weekend is looking chilly but fair so why not head out for a stroll with your canine friend and enjoy some Suffolk pub hospitality while you’re there.

A wlak through Badingham

Richard Tyson explores an area of Suffolk peppered with small hills.

opinion

Ellen's husband

I’ve written extensively in the past about the two things which irritate me most about my husband – his obsessive nature and competitive spirit, says Ellen Widdup.

Lynne in the ball pit

There are certain activities that are not designed for a 61-year-old granny with a replacement knee, writes Lynne Mortimer.

Do supermarket cashback apps really work?

Thrifty columnist Sheena Grant attempts to get cashback on some grocery purchases.

Mila Lodge with Mitchell Tomlinson-Lodge

Superdad Will 
Lodge carries the parenting baton alone for a weekend

placenta capsules

Coleen Rooney’s done it. So has Alicia Silverstone and Kim Kardashian.

homes & garden

Pictured at the garden, left to right, Jonathan Hodgson (Pro Corda assistant director), Elizabeth McEneany, Andrew Quartermain (CEO and artistic director), Shiry Rashkovsky, Sarah Falk (Chair of Trustees), Susie Herman.  Picture by Shuvaseesh Das www.das-photography.co.uk

Growers and garden designers from across the region were among yesterday’s medal winners at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Jermyn Cottage, Rushbrooke

If you’re looking for a little project - no major renovations required, perhaps the chance to operate a business from home - then this former almshouse could be just the ticket.

Bawdsey

People who love historical homes, gorgeous gardens, or those who just want to have a look round someone else’s country pile, will get the opportunity to visit some of Suffolk’s most wonderful private properties this year, thanks to the Invitation To View initiative

Fika Range £5 - £16
Oliver Bonas
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Adding plants to your home interior can help lift not only the décor, but also your mood, writes Amy Gallivan

travel

Luxor Las Vegas

Squeezing as much as we possibly could out of our holiday time, we were going away over the popular Easter period, writes Andrea Powell. 
We had not realised though quite how busy Las Vegas would get. Given the hotel has over 4,400 rooms, we had naively thought it must always have vacancies – wouldn’t it? 
But apparently not. 
Only through overhearing someone enquiring at reception for a room for that night did we learn that on Good Friday there were literally no free rooms. And evidently that applied to nearly all of Las Vegas. With 15 of the world’s 25 largest hotels all located on the Strip, that is equivalent to a staggering 62,000 rooms. All full!

Blue Crater Lake

If you love Lakes and Mountains holidays then you will adore the Azores. But why? asks Andrea Powell.

Modershall Oaks Country Spa Retreat - the 25m vitality pool

Sitting in a bubbling vitality pool with a glass of prosecco in hand, and surrounded by nothing but the picturesque rolling hills of Staffordshire, reality seemed but a distant memory.

Crocodile

Disembarking our cruise ship and all its comforts, we were quickly on board the “luxury” bus that was to drive us through the thick, green, overgrown forests of the Costa Rican countryside, writes Andrea Powell.

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