As well as our printed magazines we now have our Tide Collection Online Edition with lots more articles and events in your area that you may not have seen in your printed editions.
Did you, by chance, walk through Theberton Wood during lockdown this year? Enjoying the peace and tranquillity, feeling the stress melt away for just a while?
Have you listened to the Nightingales singing their hauntingly, beautiful song on an early spring day at Theberton Wood? Did you stand and watch boisterous Purple Emperor males barrelling through the Sallows in search of the mysterious females during July?
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The first two months of Leiston’s 2020-21 season have been a classic example of the curate’s egg with what was arguably the second best FA Cup campaign in the club’s history running alongside another disappointing beginning to the League programme. Last year an opening day draw was followed by a morale-sapping run of ten defeats and it was game thirteen before they registered their first League win.
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East Anglian artists back campaign to challenge UK Government plans to land offshore wind farm energy on unspoilt countryside in coastal Suffolk
A pop-up exhibition, The Bigger Picture, supported by locally-based artists in Suffolk was open to the public on Saturday, 12 September, at Gallery 152, at 152 Aldeburgh High Street, IP15 5AQ.
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