Shifting Perspectives

Shifting Perspectives

This week Holly Keenan caught up with the owner and manager of Vida Haus, Bilyana (known as Billy) Dawson.  Any new plant -based cafe naturally piques my interest. Add to that a zero-waste shop and some vinyasa yoga classes and I’m hooked! Billy (pictured below...
Caswell – on the brink of stardom

Caswell – on the brink of stardom

2019 was, without a doubt a year to remember for Kristin Caswell. Preforming at both Leeds and Reading festivals and then going on to play the biggest gig of the year, supporting the global megastar, Ed Sheeran. On the brink of stardom Caswell was interviewed by the...
A passion for herbs

A passion for herbs

Sarah Frances of Herber & Co shares her passion for the versatility of herbs Having spent my life foraging hedgerows, growing fruit, veg and herbs, and working alongside my partner with trees and timber, it has been a joy to develop these passions within the...
Woodbridge swifts fly back into town

Woodbridge swifts fly back into town

Jenny James of Woodbridge Swifts updates on how town welcomes the annual return of these acrobatic visitors Woodbridge Swifts has been actively protecting and providing nesting sites for the town’s swifts since 2016. To date, the group has recorded nest sites, sold...
Hungarian cinnamon roll – a little piece of home

Hungarian cinnamon roll – a little piece of home

Busier than ever making her stunning celebration cakes and bakes, Zsofia Molnar of Sophie’s Cakery has kindly shared one of her favourite recipes this week. I remember as a kid smelling this gorgeous cinnamon scent in the morning, running to the kitchen, and stealing...
Walking in the footsteps of Anglo-Saxon kings

Walking in the footsteps of Anglo-Saxon kings

Walkers will be transported back 1,500 years and experience the landscape once home to a long-lost Anglo-Saxon settlement at Rendlesham where the East Anglian Kings once lived. Hidden gems from other periods of history will also be unveiled, such as a medieval priory,...
Choral Scholarship at Queens’ College, Cambridge

Choral Scholarship at Queens’ College, Cambridge

Woodbridge School’s Nathaniel, currently in Year 13, has been awarded a choral scholarship at Queens’ College, Cambridge – one of only a handful students this year to have done so. Nathaniel, from Kesgrave, will be starting at Queens’ College in September 2021, to...
Suffolk on screen

Suffolk on screen

Rachel Aldridge of Screen Suffolk tells all about how the organisation’s goal of making Suffolk the most film-friendly county Screen Suffolk is the official county-wide film office for Suffolk, contracted by and representing all Suffolk district councils and the...
Wednesday’s Child

Wednesday’s Child

Against a backdrop of dramatically increased eating disorder referral rates across the UK during lockdown, Suffolk-based organisation Wednesday’s Child has been at the frontline of supporting families, schools and employers throughout the county.  Founder, Debbie...
Dog Owner Etiquette

Dog Owner Etiquette

Local dog trainer Steve Andrews offers some great top tips on dog etiquette when out and about. With the dog population at an all-time high here in Suffolk it’s never been more important to look at some good old-fashioned respect and etiquette – but it’s not the...
Sun, sea, sand and Suffolk!

Sun, sea, sand and Suffolk!

Have you booked your staycation yet? If not, then you’d better hurry up! The holiday let market here in Suffolk, as well as the rest of the UK, has exploded between lockdowns, and as we come out of these last few long months (April 12th is the day), the rest of the...

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