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Felixstowe Hydrocycle is an innovative, ambitious scheme helping to secure Suffolk's water supplies and food production now and into the future.
Novelist and columnist India Knight will share her belief in the healing power of humour at this year's Aldeburgh Literary Festival.
It's 20 years since Jimmy Doherty picked up a fork and decided to turn a rundown farm just outside Ipswich into a going concern. They said he was mad - but what has he learned in two decades?
As Gressingham Foods looks forward to celebrating its 50th birthday, Catherine Larner spoke to its founders.
Catherine Larner shares news of upcoming book events in Woodbridge
There's a warm welcome as well as delicious food at The Brompton cafe in London.
The Wren cafe at St Nicholas Cole Abbey in the city of London
Food writer Diana Henry talks about her latest cook book, Simple.
The youngest contestant of TV's Great British Bake Off talks about the year ahead.
A cafe that offers a place to be still as well as good food.
Enjoying fine dining at Salisbury Cathedral.
Visiting the smart new Refectory at Hexham Abbey.
A visit to the refurbished cathedral cafe.
Grow Your Own
Short of land at home, two friends enjoy growing vegetables on the other side of town, in someone else's garden.
A church cafe in Newcastle, where coffee is a work of art.