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Rowing & Regatta
Deben Rowing Club's 22-mile challenge from Woodbridge to Felixstowe and back takes place in tranquil Suffolk countryside.
A behind-the-scenes look at Antony Gormley's latest project, LAND, which has brought sculptures to seashore locations across Britain.
Boxford-based author Mark Mason has turned trivia into an art form.
Recreating the last journey of Anglo-Saxon King Raedwald, Catherine Larner, Lucy Hollis and Jacq Barnard rowed a length of the River Deben.
Meeting the team at the forefront of preserving the nation's forgotten historic buildings.
Dorset-based designer-craftsman Petter Southall creates pieces of furniture that are works of art
Technology has become second nature to many young people, but children's literature centres are more popular than ever.
Rowing & Regatta
Following in the footsteps of Jerome K Jerome
Catherine Larner, Jacq Barnard and Lucy Hollis rowed 140 miles to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Jerome K Jerome's classic tale
Visiting the smart restaurant and cafe beneath the Cathedral
The Refectory at Guildford Cathedral is well worth a visit
Following Abraham's footsteps: visiting a Middle Eastern country where faith communities are learning to live together
Enjoying the history and hospitality of the West Lindsey churches in rural Lincolnshire
A family run cafe serves up some tasty treats at Southwell Minster
Club Business Europe
Club operators in Portugal have been set back this year by some ill-conceived decisions by the government that may have wide-ranging implications for the sector.