... a bit Suffolk
|tu 7 fe 17|
|we 27 ja 16|
The Kettleburgh panto has always been terrific fun whenever we've visited and what's more they leave it until February which cheers up that deadness after Christmas. This year it's Alice in Wonderland 11-13 February with Alice looking slightly manga on the eye catching poster.
|we 7 oc 15|
A serious three car collision in Kettleburgh yesterday morning.
|we 4 mr 15|
House sales around near the coast including Kettleburgh and Worlingworth with some activity in Saxmundham and Woodbridge.
|mo 16 fe 15|
Sometimes it seems Suffolk Coastal are trying to isolate bits of near the coast like Wickham Market and Kettleburgh from the rest of the UK.
|th 12 fe 15|
The Kettleburgh Players start a three day run of Robin Hood tonight ... run ends
|th 5 fe 15|
As it's the first Friday of the month tomorrow 10:30-12:00am coffee, conversation and Anne's famous sausage rolls in the Kettleburgh village hall.
|su 28 jl 13|
A group of masked and evening dressed people in the Framlingham Station last night clearly on their way to Kettleburgh.
|sa 13 ap 13|
In daylight and Kettleburgh Wednesday morning more heating oil stolen and the tank was alarmed.
|tu 10 jl 12|
Reckon we could make a good guess at which business premise was burgled in Kettleburgh last week and house sales still quiet near the coast.
|su 4 de 11|
24 year old Perry Frost has been missing from the family home in Kettleburgh since the early hours of this morning. He is driving a black Honda Civic.
Well he didn't get far, found by police near Wickham Market this afternoon.
|fr 4 fe 11|
This year's Kettleburgh panto stuck to tradition with like last year the producer being heckled even before the show had started. Snow White certainly had seven dwarfs (though one had clearly been taking growth hormones) and the littlies did a charming dance as woodland creatures but were quite scary as Queen Ophidia's goblins.. All very enjoyable and good natured, the show continues tonight and tomorrow.
|fr 05 mr 10|
Malcolm and Lucie Walker ran Tastebuds in Earl Soham at the beginning of the decade and Malcolm would mildly irritate the keys of an electric piano, primarily on Sunday evenings in the Framlingham Station. They were clearly attracted by a caravan lifestyle living for a while in a Winnebago lookalike at Kettleburgh and now on a barge in France. Their blog is called Tillers and Tastebuds.
|fr 5 fe 10|
At Jack and the Beanstalk in Kettleburgh last night the producer was heckled even before the show had started indicating there was probably going to be some audience participation ... and there certainly was. Fine traditional stuff with a traditionally feminine Jack, a very brave dame, four musicians in the pit, local jokes and a triumphantly popular Daisy the Cow. The show runs till Saturday when there's a matinee too.