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Artists open up
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Artists open up

Suffolk Open Studios is a chance for people across the county to see a wealth of art and craft, and meet the artists who create

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 16th May, 2016
My beautiful Stag
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My beautiful Stag

Yellow, glamorous and sleek. It was a marriage made in heaven but, as David Clayton laments, he and the Triumph Stag were not to be.

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 14th May, 2016
Festival treats
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Festival treats

Norfolk & Norwich Festival, one of the biggest arts festivals in Britain, runs from May 13-29. The programme, which spans performance, theatre, music, visual arts,

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 13th May, 2016
Keep your postcards coming
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Keep your postcards coming

It is an appeal which members of the Let’s Talk family have taken to their hearts – picture postcards, hundreds of them, have been arriving

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 11th May, 2016
Arthur, ‘Aye thang yew’
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Arthur, ‘Aye thang yew’

He was a little man with a big heart. David Clayton recalls his meeting with Arthur Askey. On the occasional visits I need to make

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 9th May, 2016
It happened then – May
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It happened then – May

Historical highlights from the month of May. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 1936 80 years ago Italian forces captured Addis Ababa and annexed Ethiopia. Mussolini’s fascist

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 9th May, 2016
A work of art
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A work of art

Norfolk could be the new Cornwall, but Suffolk is rather special too. David Stainer, manager of Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, told Rachel Banham why. It

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 7th May, 2016
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Broccoli boost

Re: The Last Word (April). If you lived in my house you would get broccoli six times a week and tomatoes on

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Our exercises in arithmetic

Reading Terry Redhead’s monthly moan (February/March) issues, brought back memories. Terry thought he was getting old, relishing certain elements of everyday life.

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A (not) very clean sweep

Almost 60 years ago I had my first try at chimney sweeping. The house we lived at in Wrentham was a three-storey

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