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September brings Heritage Open Days – England’s largest festival of history and culture when attractions across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history – a chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences and there are many varied options in the Halesworth area with tastings, talks, short films, performances, a flower festival, musical interludes, guided walks and more. Something for everyone and all free of charge! Do take a look at page 5 to find out more.
With the school summer holidays underway, keeping children amused and occupied is a priority, not to mention adults eager to get out and about now restrictions are lifted – but you need look no further – we have details of lots of events and places to visit at last!
What a great achievement by George Barham, from Bramfield, Josh Antcliff and many other UEA students (the largest team ever from a university) who completed the Three Peaks challenge to raise funds for Hope for Children – especially during what must have been one of the toughest years in living memory for university students. Please see page 4 for more details and if you would like to contribute to this great charity. Well done all! We felt they earned a place on our cover!