... a bit Suffolk
|tu 28 Jul|
Filmmaker Humphrey Jennings was born in Walberswick and is considered a cinematic poet. We have on tape (yes ... tape) Fires Were Started about the Auxiliary Fire Service during WWII. Last week channel 81 Talking Pictures showed Jennings' A Diary For Timothy with Michael Redgrave narrating. No doubt it'll be around again on Talkin' Pix or watch it on YouTube.
|tu 14 Jan|
From Walberswick and now MP for St Albans Daisy Cooper has made her maiden speech ... lots and lots of pubs.
|sa 14 Dec|
Daisy Cooper grew up in Walberswick and is now a first time MP.
|tu 12 Nov|
It can't possibly be that even less has happened in Walberswick than Little Mutterings, it must be that we haven't noticed.
|th 28 Aug|
Last week a large lump of tools stolen from a Chillesford workshop and a Woodbridge house burglary, a Walberswick caravan set fire to Sunday. and over £2,000 of jewellery burgled in Aldringham yesterday .... quite a crime wave by Suffolk standards.
|tu 28 Feb|
Surprised we hadn't heard about this nasty sounding road accident in Hacheston last Thursday, a Cateye Strada wireless cycle computer found in Woodbridge and dodgy £20 notes have been popping up all over nearthecoast including Aldeburgh, Saxmundham, Snape and Walberswick.
|su 28 Aug|
SuffolkBorn&B has posted pix of Dr Who's Jackson Lake (wasn't he brilliant as Gordon Brown) at the Walberswick Fete.
|tu 21 de 10|
|sa 26 Jun|
The Hacheston flower festival runs today and tomorrow, Culture of the Countryside starts today at the Wingfield Barns (Daisy Cooper's mum is showing there next month) and it's the FESPA summer fete in Walberswick tomorrow which we much enjoyed last year.
|sa 6 Feb|
Wild Meat in a Day at the Walberswick Anchor today.
|sa 30 Jan|
Last night of the Walberswick pantomime tonight.
|fr 29 Jan|
The Lib Dems have chosen local girl (brought up in Walberswick, educated in Framlingham, Halesworth and Southwold) Daisy Cooper for the futile task of contesting John Gummer's seat ... maybe if she promised to re-legalise hunting?
|fr 15 Jan|
Last event of the year for East Anglian long distance walkers is the Flower of Suffolk at Walberswick.
|mo 23 Nov|
Musical director of this year's Walberswick pantomime is Denis King, wonder if it's the same one who's sometimes Colin Sell on Clue?
|tu 1 Sep|
Two cars broken into Sunday at Walberswick and over the weekend vandalism in Peasenhall.
|fr 28 Aug|
Bicycle stolen from a Grundisburgh garage, a man using a phone box in Benhall has his bag stolen and criminal damage in Walberswick , it's not safe to walks the streets! Except as it's Suffolk so there aren't that many streets to walk.
|th 27 Aug|
|mo 29 Jun|
The FESPA Theatre Fete in Walberswick was essentially a very traditional occasion. The high spot for us was the Lowestoft Signing Choir, a mixed group of hearing and deaf people who together sing and sign. Yesterday they performed an Abba medley and the sign for Mama Mia is a cracker.
|tu 14 Apr|
... and oh dear, a charity box stolen in Walberswick.
|fr 6 Mar|
A pathetic burglary in Parham yesterday, over a 100 piglets stolen in Walberswick and there's something about Friston and oil tanks.
|sa 20 Dec|
Duncan has pointed out that Walberswick is getting surprisingly militant.
|tu 9 Sep|
Unpleasantnesses in Aldeburgh and Walberswick.
|fr 22 Aug|
The body found in Walberswick yesterday has been identified.
|th 21 Aug|
The body of a teenage boy has been found in Walberswick and though there appear to be no suspicious circumstances the police can't identify him.
|tu 13 May|
In Walberswick surely the handrail is damaged or it isn't? Rather like being a bit pregnant!
|mo 10 Mar|
Oh dear, first a scratched car and now a broken window in Walberswick, next thing you know someone will pinch the parky's whistle
|we 5 Mar|
That's a pity, a blue Saab in Walberswick gets envy lines.
|tu 23 oc|
Outstanding British filmmaker the late Humphrey Jennings was born in Walberswick and this December Film @ Fram are showing the British Film Institute compilation of his WWII shorts Finest Hour.