... a bit Suffolk
fr 19 Jun
That's what those F15s in formation were doing over Framlingham yesterday.
tu 16 Jun
Encouragingly shopping hints of normality in Framlingham today. Queuing to shop is the new black, what is the much missed stationers Barnes Rosher has a good looking coat of grey paint and dog walker Daisy is clearly popular.
mo 15 Jun
Shopping in Framlingham today.
su 14 Jun
No coffee on Framlingham market until the new quarter next month.
su 7 Jun
tu 2 Jun
mo 1 Jun
On Saturday bar manager Adam told us the Framlingham Station will be serving pizzas (take way only) from Thursday. We do miss the Station's sociability ... and the Vic of course.
su 31 May
JOB Factory manager wanted in Framlingham, as the ideal candidate will have previous experience within Fibreglass/Composites we could make a good guess at who it is.
sa 30 May
Excellent, Framlingham's hardware store Bridges and Garrard has re-opened.
mo 25 May
In 2004 Framlingham town council meetings moved to Robert Hitcham's school, the St John hut in Fairfield Road was demolished at the end of the year and Get Together Drops played at the Midsummer Madness. Pix on that there Facepack.
th 21 May
Two Spitfires over Framlingham this afternoon.
tu 19 May
The cancellation of next Monday's Gala Parade in Framlingham is only the second cancellation since 1948. The parade was cancelled in 2007 because of torrential rain. To prompt a little nostalgia the parade now has its own album on our Facebook page.
we 13 May
A man has been charged with the Darsham and Framlingham petrol station burglaries and ramming a police car.
tu 12 May
Back in January we noticed that construction vehicles on the A14 improvements had gained a green flashing lamp along with the amber, port and starboard? The driver of this dumper in Infirmary Lane Framlingham explained the amber lamp shows the engine is running and via a seat sensor the green that a driver is onboard.
mo 11 May
Framlingham last week (mostly).
su 10 May
Unlike today's blowy and miserable overcast yesterday was a lovely day making Framlingham market particularly pleasant.
sa 9 May
A Norfolk Constabulary police car parked in Victoria Mill Road Framlingham.
sa 9 May
Framlingham last week (mostly).
we 6 May
If not a crime wave around near the coast at least a ripple. Last night both Darsham and Framlingham petrol stations were burgled, Friday a quad bike was stolen in the Yoxford area and about the same time two expensive looking bicycles were stolen from a Woodbridge shed.
tu 5 May
Temporary traffic lights in Albert Place Framlingham.
mo 4 May
Today Framlingham Co-op returned to its normal opening hours.
Sat 2 May
Suffolk, or at least Co-ops near the coast, have rediscovered the ice bucket challenge. Yesterday in front of a few socially distanced onlookers a very good handful of Framlingham Co-op staff were cheerfully dunked by their co-workers. If we'd paid more attention we would know which charity benefitted but we do know Wickham Market Co-op have been challenged to do the same thing.
sa 25 Apr
This week in Framlingham ... mostly queuing eh?
♫ Man in the Hat's virtual hoedown last week was a triumph with a sea of appreciative comments. He's doing it again tomorrow week ... well why wouldn't you?
su 19 Apr
sa 18 Apr
mo 13 Apr
Work stopped on the Castle Keep development in Fairfield Road Framlingham.
su 12 Apr
Hopefully you've found lots of Easter eggs? The egg hunt in Stately Terrace Framlingham was pretty straight forward.
su 5 Apr
Framlingham at this difficult time.
fr 3 Apr
Walking and clapping on the Market Hill Framlingham 8pm last night we could hear saucepans being banged, a siren and clapping but it could easily do with more clappers next Thursday.
th 26 Mar
Despite an extra pharmacist the Framlingham chemists are two days behind with prescriptions and the Co-op is open but the Market Hill entrance is shut.
we 25 Mar
Framlingham today ...
tu 24 Mar
Sunday we had our first virtual dinner London-Dorset-Framlingham-Zurich via application Zoom and an iPad. Quite touching to see and hear Lady KRJ's two little boys chattering and eating spaghetti. Helps if you can get your device a little away, it puts you in context:)
su 22 Mar
JOB Care assistant wanted at Mills Meadow Framlingham, perhaps even more so in the present circumstances.
we 18 Mar
Aldeburgh Cinema has closed for the duration so we won't get to see Emma this afternoon but the Woodbridge Riverside seems to be partially functioning. The Red Rooster festival near Thetford has been postponed to September and Life Arts have postponed April's Woodbridge festival to next year. All Snape Maltings music events cancelled until the end of April (we were lucky), the Phoenix Singers concert in Framlingham next month cancelled as is the Campsea Ashe Spring Fayre this Saturday and still only three virus cases in Suffolk.
mo 16 Mar
Plenty of paracetamol and cat litter in the Framlingham Coop yesterday but judging by the shelf mouthwash is the new panic buy.
sa 14 Mar
To link to one of our internal header pages the syntax is always all lower case with no dashes or underscores so Framlingham is www.nearthecoast.com/framlingham
fr 13 Mar
JOB The Framlingham Crown are recruiting a full time supervisor/team leader.
tu 3 Mar
Tomorrow's Film @ Fram (these days it's in the Framlingham Unitarian and £6 for non-members) is the multilingual The Farewell.
tu 25 Feb
Tragedy! After 40 years the wonderful stationers Barnes Rosher slightly hidden in a corner of Framlingham's Market Hill is closing this Saturday the 29th ... so regrettably something else we'll be buying online. Why is everything happening on the 29th this February? What if it wasn't a leap year?
tu 18 Feb
When what is now Carley Hill Hair and Framlingham Travel was Carley & Webb it had a small but enjoyable toy department. Shortly after C&W changed hands maybe 15 years ago we saw a supermarket trolley of toys being pushed away from from the shop. What goes round comes round and Bridges and Garrard are filling the retail gap.
su 2 Feb
♫ New to us a youthful busker on Framlingham market yesterday.
sa 1 Feb
Framlingham's (and other places) friendly fishmonger Darren Smith now has his own Facebook page.
tu 28 Jan
Kate's Reading Club for Children runs 10:00am-12:00pm Saturdays in the Framlingham library, read your own, the school's or the library's books.
Woodcraft Folk develops children's self confidence and awareness of the world, encouraging equality, friendship and co-operation. The Framlingham group meet during term time 6:00-7:30pm Mondays in the Unitarian.
tu 21 Jan
We thought it was going to be end of the month but John Grose in Station Road Framlingham have pretty much moved out.
fr 17 Jan
♫ Trailer Trash are back (always a good sign) at the Framlingham Castle tomorrow.
su 12 Jan
th 9 Jan
tu 7 Jan
No Coffee Pod on Framlingham market today, Antony has hurt his back.