... a bit Suffolk
|mo 19 Feb|
A body was found in the sea near Felixstowe pier this morning.
|su 18 Feb|
Considering Fairfield Road Framlingham is closed for two months between Fairfield Crescent and Brick Lane there's more traffic than you might expect at the Fore Street end. The Diverted traffic sign at the Fore Street junction (and there's a second sign as well) seems oddly unneeded. Is it to tell the residents of The Knoll and Fairfield Road how to get to Brick Lane?
Chugganauts singing, music and movement for pre-school children starts tomorrow at the Campsea Ashe Station House.
|sa 17 Feb|
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 16 Feb|
Through some oversight or possibly just good old fashioned incompetence last year we didn't make it to Common Ground's Christmas show Sherlock Holmes and the Hooded Lance. We will try harder for their autumn tour of The Mariner and they have a shiny new website to tell you all about it.
If yours is a local event for local people then you won't need How to promote your event on nearthcoast.
|th 15 Feb|
As promised yesterday house sales around near the coast ... been slow.
|we 14 Feb|
We'll be updating recent house sales around near the coast tomorrow.
For Valentine's Day a roller derby l♥ve story.
Crikey! Is it really five years since the chip van stopped visiting Framlingham?
We've collected past astonishers to their own page.
Though the Framlingham Barclays' Framlington might be described as viral our 2007 Fuction pic of the adjacent Crown Hotel was only ever mildly infectious. The sign was for the opening of the converted stables at the rear of the Crown as Reubens. Round about this time we saw the teenage Ed Sheeran cycle past the historic hotel but not any Ipswich Town footballers.
|tu 13 Feb|
Here's a date for St Valentine's Day tomorrow, Akenfield (filmed in and around Charsfield) in the intimate Studio Screen at Aldeburgh Cinema.
Roller derby in the British Championship and the Inspire Ipswich on Saturday.
|mo 12 Feb|
As of 3:18 this afternoon Saxmundham Station is on fire.
Half term events at Foxburrow Farm Melton start tomorrow with Pancakes, pancakes
SRN Nearthecoast is in, fiddling with her tick list, pen and prescribing guidelines but still listening (apparently) at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07970 865730
Blimey! The Ipswich Wolsey are already punting next winter's Christmas panto?
|su 11 Feb|
The temporary lights in Station Road Framlingham have gone but this morning in Victoria Mill Road there's a road closure near the Station Road end for two water mains leaks, expect the road to re-open informally this afternoon.
|sa 10 Feb|
The St Elizabeth Hospice shop Framlingham needs Saturday till assistants.
|fr 9 Feb|
|th 8 Feb|
In protest some Suffragettes refused to take part in the 1911 General Census risking fines and imprisonment. Events to encourage suffragists to boycott the census included 500 women and 70 men roller skating till dawn at the Aldwych Rinkeries (l♥ve that name) ... almost roller derby.
Facebook group Brunby and friends is reporting that the safe stolen from St Lawrence Church Brundish has been found with contents except for a silver chalice.
Worried too many people might turn up at your coffee morning? Garden fete? Swingers' party? Don't do promotion on nearthecoast then.
|we 7 Feb|
TODAY around near the coast Freeview will need re-scanning if it doesn't do it for itself. No advantage to near the coast, the great and the good are moving some frequencies because they think they can make some money out of it.