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Days Gone By

Visitors to the Kingfisher public house, Ipswich, in 1975, featured in a recent Days Gone By, writes David Kindred.

Aerial photographs give a fascinating view of our towns and villages. Many changes are recorded in these views, writes David Kindred,

Memories of the Chantry housing estate, Ipswich, have come from readers following the publication of archive photographs of the area in a recent Days Gone By, writes David Kindred.

Family life

Huge thanks to reader Tony Martin, who called in and insisted I try out this bucolic Suffolk inn.

From lower levels of stress and depression to reduced risk of heart disease, the latest evidence suggests owning a pet is a healthy choice. Sheena Grant finds out more and talks to animal lovers about the difference pets have made to their lives.

The arrival of autumn is no signal to stop the charity fundraising and fun. Gina Long thanks all those walking, running, cycling and more, and those toiling behind the scenes to make sure everything turns out to be a success on the day

Travel

Travel review: The beauty of Bath

Thursday, September 7, 2017

I’m always on a mission to explore new cities but that doesn’t mean I’m easily impressed. I was disappointed with Venice – an uncomfortably busy, tourist city which appeared to have none of the usual city functions.

A forest retreat in Belgium has all you need to recharge your batteries, from a morning bootcamp run by the lake to a lazy afternoon in the spa

The village of Willian is one of Hertfordshire’s best kept secrets.

Opinion

It’s his birthday and he’s wondering if I’ll still feed him and if I’ll still need him, now he’s hit the Beatles limit.

All my life, nuclear power has been a part of Suffolk life – and for 50 years it has felt as if it would always be there.

After dental work, Lynne can’t eat solids or talk... her husband is sympathetic

Homes & garden

When Ipswich brewers Tolly Cobbold went on the expansion trail in the 1930s they built some rather grand pubs, in Ipswich and beyond, in a mock baronial style.

A champion Suffolk grower has celebrated his proudest moment in decades of competitive horticulture after completing a set of 10 winning medals.

A historic house in west Suffolk which featured in a Harry Potter film has been put on the market.

Ipswich icons

How the mansion got a new role, by Bob Markham, formerly the Keeper of Geology at Ipswich Museum.

Marcus Evans is just a tenant? Who knew? John Norman explains the story behind Portman’s Marshes.

To include this article under the banner Ipswich Icons is a misnomer. We usually feature buildings and other characteristics of the built environment that stand proud and prominent in the town, writes John Norman.

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