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The Suffolk Show this year expanded on its already extensive possibilities for educating children on the importance of agriculture and horticulture.

Glenn Williamson, from Williamson Partnership, will be featured on Homes Under the Hammer with a flat he has renovated in Ipswich.

An Ipswich businessman is to appear on the BBC show Homes under the Hammer after he increased the value of a property by £100,000.

Dales Farmhouse, Lawshall

Dales Farmhouse is a stunning home, Grade II listed, which is centrally set within beautiful gardens.

Ellen Widdup Interiors feature, Wallpaper

As the old adage says: “What goes around, comes around”. And this is certainly true of wallpaper.

West Hill Farm, Brandeston

Property writer David Vincent visits a farmhouse home in rolling countryside - where a Prime Minister stayed for his holidays.

Getting the message across! John Kirby and Joe Barrett by their pond - with a board advertising the open gardens day

Downsizing doesn’t mean having to accept second-best in the garden. Steven Russell discovers the hints of Italy and Cornwall behind a Suffolk village... and, by the by, hears how an ex-SAS action man-turned-author came to live in the county

Suffolk Exhibitor, John O'Connor Sculptures. Pictured is John O'Connor.

Chelsea was damp today but exhibitors and visitors were undaunted. Lynne Mortimer and photographer Gregg Brown toured the famous flower show on day one.

Handstanding

From a man turning cartwheels to stainless steel women flying in formation like half a dozen Supergirls, amazing ‘public’ art is all around us.

7 The Mills, Playford Road, Rushmere St Andrew

This spacious, four bedroom chalet style home is in the green fringe of north east Ipswich.

Nauughton Mill, Nedging Tye

Property writer David Vincent visits a stunning home which was once a working mill and also a youth hostel

Fiona Edmond at Green Island. She says of her battle with ME 'I sometimes think these things happen for a reason. Ive come out of it a much better person. I was so selfish and wound up in my own golf'

It was about 20 years ago that things started going wrong. Until then, life for Fiona Edmond had seemed just about perfect, writes Steven Russell.

The Mount, Southwold

Property writer David Vincent takes a trip to the seaside - but not by Eastern Counties Bus

Samantha Gay (Suffolk Wildlife Trust) is pictured with the bluebells in flower at Arger Fen, Assington.

Now is the time to see ancient woodland at the Arger Fen reserve near Assington amassed with bluebells.

Ancient woodland, timeless and pretty

Steven Russell has his spirits lifted by a stunning bluebell wood – and discovers why Pam Turtle was wearing a Cub Scout uniform when she first saw her new home to be...

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