Travel reviews

Seth and Eliza Gaw

Latitude: Why Latitude can be a real alternative to a family holiday

By rights they should have been in bed hours ago, but here they are, shaking their tiny hips to Lily Allen. They’ve already danced through pretty much everything the Obelisk stage could throw at them – from Billy Bragg to Kelis and have been utterly entranced by some of the UK’s most exciting performance poets and writers.

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Charlotte at the Vittorio monument

Gallery: Travel review - A romantic mini break to Rome

Charlotte Smith Jarvis’ romantic kids-free mini break with husband Jarvis didn’t quite go to plan...

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A Greater Anglia train.

UPDATE: Rail lines reopened after following problem between Diss and Norwich

Rail services in East Anglia are returning to normal following disruption cause by train problem between Diss and Norwich.

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Relaxing together

Travel: It was like a giant panda’s tea party - Andrea Powell looks back at a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China

Andrea Powell found her trip to China to help care for the pandas at the Ginat Panda Research Base in Chengdu was a childhood dream come true.

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A person has been hit by a train.

Travel: Rail services in Diss, Ipswich, Manningtree and Colchester cancelled after person hit by train in Ilford

Rail services may be cancelled, delayed or revised at short notice after a person was hit by a train earlier today.

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Mountaineer and adventurer Simon Yates is coming to Ipswich

Ipswich: Touching the Void mountaineer comes to Cotswold Outdoor store

Acclaimed adventurer Simon Yates have faced more than his fair share of close shaves and life or death decisions during the last 30 years. You can ask him all about them when he visits Ipswich on Tuesday.

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Andy Kershaw was in town as part of Literary Ipswich

Review: The Adventures of Andy Kershaw, Literary Ipswich, Ipswich Town Hall, October 5

Squeezing decades of a life lived at full-throttle into a mere hour-and-a-half was always going to be tough for the maverick broadcaster, pioneering DJ and fearless foreign correspondent. Little wonder his show, part of Literary Ipswich, ran over.

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