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Dudley had run The Crown and other Adnams hotels, and helped start Southwold Literature Festival

Pascal Canevet of Maison Bleue has been named the top chef in the country at a prestigious national ceremony.

What was your best holiday yet? Our readers and staff have been sharing their memories of getting away from it all.

Village honours clergyman who wrote about a woman spending 12 years in bed and the teacher who couldn't read or write

Eddie Young found love in Suffolk with a Land Girl. Then in 1944, with the Royal Army Medical Corps, he landed on Juno Beach. This is his story

Arthur and Cyril Scoffield saw some awful things on the beaches of Normandy in 1944

Ex-nanny, who didn't see herself as 'a permanent Mary Poppins', became a teacher at two Suffolk schools

As soon as Suffolk Show 2019 ended on May 30, a new farming heavyweight took over the reins. Bruce Kerr, of Wm Kerr (Farms) Ltd, has officially begun his three year term at the helm of the county's biggest and most prestigious event.

Joyce lived at Henley for nearly 50 years. She worked at Ipswich Hospital and loved the WI, New Wolsey Theatre and Eastern Angles

The Tuesday before day one of the Suffolk Show is all about getting Trinity Park ready to welcome tens of thousands of visitors. Our reporter interrupted proceedings...

Ever wondered the reason behind all the fancy plasterwork at Ancient House in Ipswich? STEVEN RUSSELL takes a look at the intriguing history of the 15th-century building.

Next week, I think, will be my 25th year reporting from the Suffolk Show - the last 18 plus seven from the 20th century!

Phillip Ainsworth is Chief Executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association, based at Trinity Park, Ipswich. He joined the Association in January 2016 having spent the previous 18 years or so in the NHS. Whilst the Association is best known for delivering the Annual Suffolk Show, (the largest event of its kind in Suffolk) it also provides a number of educational activities for school children helping them to learn about food, drink, farming and the wider countryside. Trinity Park also welcomes many other visitors through the year to other events, many of which are organised for fundraising purposes by other charities. Phillip talks to Gina Long, MBE

Steve Anglesey finds out how Harry, Duke of Grafton, came to bring the much loved Red Rooster festival to the grounds of Euston Hall...

Man who led The Abbey school, Woodbridge, for 18 years was 'driven by values of kindness, compassion, patience and integrity'

You may be familiar with the Foulger Transport fleet. Linda, wife of Richard, tells us more about the man behind the vans

When he couldn't get the accessories he needed this businessman made is own and started an empire in Suffolk.

Hogwarts fans across Ipswich can now get their hands on some great value Harry Potter merchandise thanks to Aldi's new range which launched today.

From the Aqua Park at Alton Water, to diving in to an outdoor swimming pool near the coast, we've rounded up six of the best places to visit in Suffolk if you need to keep cool this summer.

With the UN suggesting we're all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing

Ad Feature Hadleigh's top independent businesses

Friday, May 17, 2019

Here's our guide to some of Hadleigh's finest independent and family-run businesses

We give you a date. You pick the song that topped the charts that day. Simples

Jane Riley is leaving the Ipswich post. She talks to our reporter about her year as first citizen, during which she has found out so much more about her home town.

Fans of food and crime dramas can start plotting their perfect evening out as Suffolk New College will be hosting their first ever murder mystery evening.

Tributes to Julie Welham - 'the sister I never had' - who ran Julie's Afro Hair Supplies in Norwich Road

Today's home of chic shops and classical music has humble roots - and quirky tales to tell

Elvis, Ed Sheeran, ABBA... or perhaps Dolly Parton. Do any of these figure among your favourites?

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