... a bit Suffolk
|tu 11 oc 16|
Now the nights are getting longer (the clocks go back at the end of the month) the Earl Soham Victoria has winter opening hours.
|tu 2 au 16|
There's a very jolly poster for next Saturday's Earl Soham village fete with free entry and free parking.
|mo 1 au 16|
Speak of a bus shelter and one is sure to appear. There are three way temporary lights in Station and Victoria Mill Roads Framlingham today so a gang can install a replacement bus shelter maybe twenty yards nearer to Parham from the previous position. We'll see how long this one lasts.
Meanwhile behind what was the Atlas Group and Earl Soham Vets in New Road Fram there are white vans, hiviz and safety helmets.
|sa 9 jl 16|
♫ At Stradisphere last night in Stradbroke as so often at events it took darkness, the approaching show end and possibly Earl Soham Vic at £3.50/pint for the good sized crowd to fill in the empty space at the stage front. Food, sweets and witty tie died babywear stalls and we much enjoyed three no bass player piece from Norwich The Signs. The festival continues today with Oasis tribute Definitely Maybe topping tonight.
|we 27 ap 16|
Crikey! The Earl Soham Vic is opening pretty much all day at weekends for the summer starting this Sunday.
|th 8 oc 15|
There's no date for this card of The Street Earl Soham though the Pratts petrol pumps by the light car and what was The Falcon give a clue. Pratts was the UK brand of the Anglo-American Oil Co and initially motor spirit was sold in cans, pumps started to appear in 1921 and the brand became Esso in 1935 so this card is somewhere around that window.
|fr 14 au 15|
When Bridge Street Framlingham had a police station and Earl Soham had a shop opposite the green, a charming CF Dowsing wedding party, and a LNER organised Colchester-Woodbridge-Halesworth half day out.
|fr 31 jl 15|
That's the way to do it, free entry and free parking at tomorrow's Earl Soham village fete and also tomorrow the Thorpeness village fete is in the Dolphin Inn's garden with attractions including games, draws, prizes, stands with cakes, local vegetables, books, pies, and live music.
|fr 5 de 14|
Wednesday we visited Walnes Seeds at their new(ish) home on Moat Park Earl Soham. They've donated two Christmas trees as charity raffle prizes plus a large tree for Earl Soham's green and in the enormous warehouse there are already trees with buyers' names on. FREE delivery locally.
|mo 24 no 14|
Haven't done one of these for a while and this time it's Earl Soham; the Falcon pub which was certainly still open in the 1980s, Brundish Lodge and a 1933 cricket match between the village and the East Anglian Daily Times.
|we 30 jl 14|
Some house sales in Framlingham, Earl Soham (including what was Thorolds the corner shop), Woodbridge, Saxmundham and Aldeburgh.
|we 16 jl 14|
Mr and Mrs Hugh Creighton have lived in Lacey Cottage on that nasty corner in Earl Soham for 26 years. Hugh has been and then not been a parish councilor. They have raised three daughters, seen the Falcon, Thorolds the corner shop and the post office (after over a century) close, Tastebuds open become Eat Anglia and then close, and Earl Soham Brewery move from Maurice's chicken shed to the garage and then to Debenham. We're surprised there hasn't been more change in 26 years ... at the end of the month they move to the south coast.