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Mr Mac and Me

A copy of Larkspur, a small botanical painting by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, hangs in our bedroom. I like the colours, the composition, the reproduction of stains on the paper. 526 more words

WW1 Fiction


In the distance, the sound of a bittern booming.


Introducing Lulu to Suffolk

When I was little we didn’t actually go on holiday in the modern sense. In the summer we went up to Scotland to stay with my Aunt and my cousins for a couple of weeks and twice we went to Brighton to stay with my Uncle. 853 more words

Crabbing in Walberswick

Crabbing in Walberswick is a Thing. The World Crabbing Competition is held there every August and in previous visits there have, other than in the depths of winter, always been children dangling lines into the water, accompanied by buckets of crabs and enthusiastic parents. 195 more words


Walberswick Higher Education Field Academy (HEFA) 2015

Walberswick, Suffolk was the setting for ACA’s sixth Higher Education Field Academy of the 2015 season. A total of 12 test-pits were excavated on 6th – 7th May by 48 Year 8 & 9 students from Alde Valley Academy, Bungay High School, Ormiston Denes Academy and Sir John Leman High School. 1,225 more words

School Activities

Suffolk a great family holiday destination - our weekend away

I didn’t realise that Suffolk was so beautiful, it has amazing food, pubs, countryside, villages and seaside towns that you just want to keep exploring… 1,166 more words

Family Holiday

Sunny Southwold

I have been visiting Southwold for years. It fast became an Easter time tradition to spend a long weekend in the pretty Suffolk town and this year, I was lucky enough to be spend a week there.  422 more words