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Call me a Romantic!

posted on 28 November 2010 in Blog

Since adding the restringing service to the website I have been busy repairing customers" own necklaces and bracelets and I love doing it as restoring someone's much loved jewellery, which often has a...more info >>>

Aldeburgh and Southwold

posted on 7 September 2010 in Blog

I couldn't have asked for a better location for this summer's craft shows than Aldeburgh and Southwold. Both are beautiful towns on the lovely Suffolk coast and even though we stall holders are inside...more info >>>

Where the Bee Sucks

posted on 3 August 2010 in Blog

We are blessed here in Bungay to have such an abundance of nature all around us. I counted five species of butterfly on the buddleia outside my backdoor in one just one day and a recent walk on Outne...more info >>>

That's Very Molly!

posted on 6 June 2010 in Blog

After a week of lovely warm sunshine the late May bank holiday was, of course, cold, wet and windy. Nevertheless the hardy holiday makers at Southwold came along to the craft fair where I was display...more info >>>

Earsham Hall May Fair

posted on 18 May 2010 in Blog

After a week of beautiful spring weather the wind turned but we managed to get the tent up between the showers the day before and it stayed up (just!) for the May Fair at Earsham Hall on the first Ban...more info >>>

4 Market Place

posted on 18 May 2010 in Blog

There is a shop right in the middle of Bungay, opposite the ancient Butter Cross (with a larger than life size statue of Justice on top and the old goal cell, now blocked up, underneath) that used to ...more info >>>

The Best Wood in the World

posted on 6 March 2010 in Blog

March brought the sunshine with it, the perfect conditions for a visit to the snowdrop wood.We missed the snowdrop open days at Raveningham but here we could see them growing wild for free! This woode...more info >>>

River Waveney in Winter

posted on 6 January 2010 in Blog River Waveney in Winter

With my family all staying with us for a few months after the Big Move from Spain, the summer vanished in the twinkling of any eye. Nice to have a house full but also nice to have the house ...more info >>>

Good Vibrations

posted on 15 August 2009 in Blog Good Vibrations

July is the month of the annual Bungay Festival when all of Bungay’s clubs, societies and other organisations stage special events to celebrate Bungay’s culture. My contribution is to produce the ful...more info >>>

Outney Common

posted on 24 June 2009 in Blog Outney Common

To the North of our town lies Outney Common – 400 acres of beautiful heath and fenland, records for which date back to the 15th century when it was manorial land. Cattle (and at one time donkeys)...more info >>>

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