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sa 10 Jul
If yours is a local event for local people then you could still benefit from How to promote your event.
fr 9 Jul

PC TipsWe find this keyboard shortcut useful to reduce distraction when doing something non-digital at a pc especially as our background ... more here

Today is the tenth anniversary of Fish taking his own life, still miss him.

th 8 Jul

nearthecoast on Twitter Pleased and very surprised we have 2,000+ Twitter followers ... if only just.

we 7 Jul

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tu 6 Jul

Alan Smethurst  1927-2000The fortnightly(ish) digest emailing out today to the 1900+ nearthecoasters on the list ... click the Singing Postman to go on the list.

Laughing Volkswagen lady added to Framlingham Ladies.

Make us your home page Now would be a good time to make us your home page.

su 4 Jul

We are all blessed that despite the pandemic production is ongoing of Alma's Not Normal Think Mowgli with a mullet.

su 27 Jun

house sales around near the coastHouse sales around near the coast returns for the first time since the bulletin board closed.

fr 25 Jun
#ff  #FF #followfriday #FFriday ain't too proud to beg  Tweet us!
th 24 Jun

How to tell if a photograph is Art.

we 23 Jun
We have over 5,000 stock images available on Alamy. nearthecoast at Alamy
tu 22 Jun

The village doesn't support you?  Promote yourself on nearthecoast.

su 20 Jun

Summer Solstice - the longest dayA bit depressing that though there was finally some decent weather today is the summer solstice and it's downhill now for the next six months:)

sa 19 Jun

A witch ducking this year?Planning a witch ducking at this difficult time?  You can now have 30 socially distanced attendees and you're welcome to promote the ducking with us.

we 16 Jun

Jess the black and white catThe the Outdoor Theatre one digest  emailed out today ... click Jess Postman Pat's black and white cat to get your free copy.

Boadicea doing a bit of haranguing by John OpieIf the Tories had been in power when Boadicea/Boudica/Boudicca's mates decapitated a statue of Nero at Colchester they could have been looking at ten years.

tu 15 Jun

You may be in a pic on our Facebook page. nearthecoast on Facebook

Crikey!  We're fourteen today, first published 15 June 2007. Our first publication day

su 13 Jun

John Finnemore's Souvenir ProgrammeAnorak Alert No.35:  In 1951 eminent author and antiquarian Patrick Nightingale couldn't have requested Stranger on the Shore as it wasn't published until 1961.  Perhaps the stunningly creative and original John Finnemore understandably wasn't going to let a fact get in the way of a joke. ♫

mo 7 Jun

Dr Nearthecoast is in and listening but at this difficult time only consulting via email at doctorntc@nearthecoast.com

su 6 Jun

Women's american football has its own nearthecoast Facebook album.

th 3 Jun

nearthecoast on Twitter Flattered we have nineteen hundred+ Twitter followers ... which is nice.

sa 29 May

SRN NearthecoastSRN Nearthecoast is in, fiddling with her tick list, pen and prescribing guidelines, hoping there'll be enough PPE but still listening (apparently) at ntc@nearthecoast.com or text 07970 865730

fr 28 May

If it's your thirty fifth birthday this year then you're younger than EastEnders.

We have over 5,000 stock images  available on Alamynearthecoast at Alamy

tu 25 May

Millie Small singing My Boy LollipopAnorak Alert No.34:  It's an urban myth that Rod Stewart played harmonica on My Boy Lollipop, it was probably Pete Hogman or possibly Jimmy Powell.  Pauline Black of The Selecter credits Stevie Wonder, he would have been 14 ... but then he was a child prodigy. ♫

fr 21 May

We're going No Mow May partly to help the environment but mostly out of indolence.

tu 18 May
Darren Smith fishmonger - 01502 519732Very pleased to welcome back supporter Darren Smith who sells fish exotic and otherwise Tuesdays and Saturdays on Framlingham market.  He gets lots of clicky clicky on his link in our fortnightly(ish) digest.  Supporting us explained here.
mo 17 May
PC TipsJunk E-mail Options...Spamfighter has stopped working unless we buy.  We were happy to pay but not a yearly subscription so uninstalled it.  After a bit we realised we now had to restart our email client's spam filter, in our version of Outlook go Actions/Junk E-mail Options...
tu 11 May
John Bawtree painter in oil and watercolourWelcome return of ntc supporter Peasenhall resident and very talented artist John Bawtree.  John will be showing at the Framlingham Carousel next month Wednesday 3rd to Tuesday 8th June.

Our No Mow May truce will not be extended to ground elder ... #BloodyStuff eh?

The Station Hotel - 01728 723455The Framlingham Station is continuing to serve pizzas from their wood fired oven and after an initial blip draught Earl Soham Vic in the sizeable garden at the rear.  From Monday they'll be back to opening seven days a week and in the bars.
th 15 Apr

We've actually remembered to update our YouTube Reasons To Be Cheerful playlist.

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