As part of the Suffolk Day celebrations taking place in our county on June 21st, Flashes of Fiction writers have written eight pieces on different aspects of what Suffolk means to them.Do dip in and they would welcome responses – this is easily done through the website and Facebook. Are you doing anything special on […]
As part of the Suffolk Day celebrations taking place in our county on June 21st, there will be a special dedication to all things Suffolk on our website. To headline the event, Flashes of Fiction writers will have a number of pieces on different aspects of what Suffolk means to them. Do dip in and they […]
It was a strange Interview. In a short angry speech the Rt Hon Dennis Clarke announced his resignation as Home Office Minister on the grounds that: ‘The defeat of his bill to extend the law on youth crime had made his position untenable, and he could no longer support government policy.’ His sudden resignation added […]
On Thursday 2nd May there will be elections for our Parish Councillors and our District Councillor. You can view the list of candidates here. We are also inviting all candidates for the Parish Council to provide a photograph and up to 100 words about themselves, we will publish this from Monday 22nd April.
‘Come on, come on,’ Nancy urged her Mini to continue crawling up the icy road without stopping. The snow had fallen hard in the previous night and, even here, in North London, the roads were shining with ice. This was not going to stop Nancy going to her best friend’s 21st birthday luncheon […]
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The first stage of this year’s OVO Women’s cycling race starts in Beccles on Monday 10th June and finishes in Stowmarket passing though Stradbroke. It looks as though riders will come up the Wilby Road and then turn left towards Horham. I’m sure there will be a big turnout as before for the men’s race. […]
He couldn’t hear Sarah’s feet thump the sand as she sprinted away – his daughter’s screams drowned out everything. Left alone with two distraught children, Jeff felt sick with panic and dread. Lucy’s blood still dripped onto the pale sand, despite the tightly wrapped towel. He held her close and repeated his lie that everything […]