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Reasons to visit The Suffolk Show on the 29th & 30th May!

The Suffolk show is the largest two-day visitor experience in the county and is a unique celebration that showcases the best of Suffolk’s food, farming and agricultural heritage. Organised by The Suffolk Agricultural Association which is a charity whose aim is to promote food, farming the countryside and its importance to Suffolk. Lets see all the reasons you should visit the show being held on the 29th and 30th May at Trinity Park…

Things to do this Halloween at the coast

Tis’ the season to be terrified; All Hallows Eve, Samhain or even Day of the Dead. Observed and celebrated worldwide, the season is arriving quickly! There’s plenty of events happening across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Lincolnshire; scare experiences, fun days out with the kids, music festivals and everything in between. Keep reading to find something fun to do this half-term and Halloween.

'Thas Bootiful' Tingdene celebrate Norfolk Day!

Friday 27th July 2018 will put Norfolk and its businesses on centre-stage, celebrating all that is good about Norfolk with its many hidden gems and pioneering businesses. Lets take a look and see what's happening... 

Reasons to visit The Royal Norfolk Show 27th & 28th June!

Its almost time for the 2018 Royal Norfolk Show, a celebration of all things Norfolk and the East, with the best local food, drink, shopping, fashion, farming, livestock and Tingdene will be there too! Lets see why you need to visit... 

We’re all going on a spring, summer, autumn, winter holiday

A holiday a chance to get away from it all, relax, eat, read, explore, or even be adventurous. But with a weak pound and concerns over security issues, not to mention the general hassles that come with a holiday abroad, buying a UK holiday home which you can use throughout the year is a popular alternative.


Ipswich’s Saints Beer Festival to showcase great range of local beers, ales and street food

Hoping to be “much more than a beer festival”, start-up events company Beer & Co will be hosting their first ever beer festival, the Saints Beer Festival, by the Ipswich waterfront on August 19 and 20.

Taking place across the two days from midday right through to 11pm, the event will be taking place at St Peters, with the independent traders of the nearby St Peters and St Nicholas streets also taking part. If you love your local food and drink, this is the perfect event to visit during your holidays in Suffolk.

Owner of Beer & Co and the festival’s founder, Greg Cooper, said: “We have actually called it Saints Beer Festival, not only because it is being held at St. Peters, but because of the amazing backing that we have received from the independent traders along St. Peters and St. Nicholas streets.”

The goal of Greg Cooper as well as co-owner Marc Titford is to create a beer festival which will keep both first-time visitors and beer and ale connoisseurs alike happy, with variety being the key. They said: “We set about creating a beer festival that we and friends would be excited about. I think we have achieved this and are sure that the rest of Suffolk will love it too. We can’t wait for it to start.”

Among the range of local food and drink on offer visitors will be able to try are ciders, cask ales, beers, specialist wines and street food.

Hollywood is coming to Suffolk!

A major deal has been struck with a filming location firm, meaning more filming of television and films is going to happen in Suffolk.