Articles published in suffolk

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May 2016
Coast
Learning how to create a handmade glass paperweight, drinking vessel and bauble.
April 2016
Suffolk
One of Suffolk's best known brands is dipping its oars into the waters of national rowing sponsorship.
April 2016
Suffolk
Theologian and teacher, Jane Williams, wife of the former Archbishop of Canterbury, talks about the meaning of Easter.
March 2016
Rowing & Regatta
Deben Rowing Club's 22-mile challenge from Woodbridge to Felixstowe and back takes place in tranquil Suffolk countryside.
March 2016
Suffolk
Profiling the Ink Festival in Halesworth, which aims to help launch budding playwrights and screenwriters
March 2016
Suffolk
Meeting the owners of Otley Hall, the mellow manor just outside Ipswich, with its historic connections to the founding of America
February 2016
Suffolk
Liz and Mark Warom, the Suffolk-born founders of the deliciously different Temple Spa brand, talk to Catherine Larner.
January 2016
Suffolk
Revered nature writer Richard Mabey talks about his new book and his solace on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.
December 2015
Suffolk
Author Linda Davies talks about surviving kidnap and finding solace in Southwold.
November 2015
East Anglian Daily Times
Top titles to read and give as gifts this festive season.
November 2015
Suffolk
Children's author and Aldeburgh resident, Emma Chichester Clark talks about Plumdog
November 2015
Suffolk
'Harold Fry' creator, Rachel Joyce talks to Catherine Larner
November 2015
Coast
A behind-the-scenes look at Antony Gormley's latest project, LAND, which has brought sculptures to seashore locations across Britain.
October 2015
East Anglian Daily Times
Catherine Larner speaks to author and playwright, Rachel Joyce ahead of her visit to Seckford Hall Hotel next month.
October 2015
Suffolk
Boxford-based author Mark Mason has turned trivia into an art form.

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