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Edd Martin smokes pork at the DJ BBQ stall at the Sausage and Beer Festival at Jimmy's Farm on Sunday, 27 July.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis’ picks of what to eat at Jimmy’s Sausage and Beer Festival this weekend.

The Birmingham Balti is set to be protected by the EU.

The city of Birmingham is set to win its battle of the balti by being officially recognised as the home of the much-loved dish, but what about Suffolk’s culinary delights?

Suffolk MP James Cartlidge and Steve Sims of Mauldons Brewery in Sudbury in Strangers bar where the beer is on tap

Demob happy MPs have spent their last days before the summer holidays boozing on Suffolk beer in the House of Commons.

family life

Lois Cordelia working at Jan Pienkowski's London studio

Artist Lois Cordelia could never have imagined where a speculative inquiry from a GCSE student to one of the nation’s best-loved children’s book illustrators and authors would lead. Sheena Grant reports

Psychologist Dr Rebecca Poz teaching kids about dementia at Great Barton Primary. Left to right, Ashley Lilley, Dr Rebecca Poz, Sasha Coxon-Leitao and Hattie Cocksedge.

When I ask Dr Rebecca Poz what her ultimate aim is in life, she laughs and says: ‘World peace?’

Louisa O'Brien, as a little girl

All children have an idea about what they want to be when they grow up but only a handful make their childhood dream a reality.


Richard Tyson walk, Laxfield/Ubbeston

Richard Tyson discovers the hidden delights of secret Suffolk.

Great Tey

Combine this journey with a visit to the garden centre; you will find a space in their extensive car park and some refreshments on return. In the summer an area with tables and seating is open for leisure activities next to the Colne River. The ramble is an easy route following the travel of the sun to the village of Great Tey, one in a group of villages including Marks Tey. It involves little hard-top walking and the route back from west to east is clearly marked by the Essex Way and other discs. One farm complex, singled out by a large painting of the English flag on a high wall, is undergoing a barn conversion to a private residence – watch this space!

Walkers and riders pass alongside one another on this route

Chris Barker follows a route south of Bury St Edmunds.


Don't believe the message that Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable

There’s something about Jez (as we hip young things on social media call Jeremy Corbyn) that thoroughly warms my cockles. Perhaps it’s his air of humility, his open-necked honesty or simply his dogged under-dogness?

The Lodge family, Mitchell, Gemma, Mila, Seth, Will and Finley.

Superdad Will Lodge goes walking ready for the summer holidays

Lynne Mortimer fears what may happen if she ceases HRT

The doctor thinks maybe I should gently wean myself off Hormone Replacement Therapy, writes columnist Lynne Mortimer.

homes & garden

Volunteers get stuck into improvement work in the garden at Redhill Close, Ipswich

Staff from Flagship Homes and Mencap came together for a day of green-fingered goodness in Ipswich.

Street House, Woolpit

Street House is a handsome, Grade II listed village home, in the heart of the village of Woolpit.

Dimbols Hall, Carter Jonas

Dimbols Hall in Wrabness, near Manningtree, is currently on the market with Carter Jonas.


The couple celebrate their wedding day

When Paul and I decided to get married we were of the same mind: we wanted a really relaxed, laid-back, romantic “just the two of us” wedding, writes the new Mrs Le-Anne Burman.

Walking group

From high up on the fell we could see Derwent Water and many of the hills made famous by the journals of the great Alfred Wainwright.

A holiday in Marlow can uncover some gems

You don’t always have to go far to find the magic, writes Andrea Powell.

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