From the editor...
Welcome to the March issue of Suffolk Norfolk Life, and that time of year when we see the welcoming sign of blooming daffodils.
Inside this month we have an interview with Russel Watson, Hickling Broad, Cromer, a postcard from Walberswick, fly in a spitfire, Fanny Burney, roadside nature reserves, Snettisham Gunnery, bygone herring fishing, and the English Touring Opera returns to East Anglia. We also have greats ways and ideas to treat your mum for Mothers Day.
Our special features this month are Jewellery, and Care of the Elderly.
See a full list of everything inside this issue below.
Features- Russel Watson interview
- The River Waveney
- Sizewell Hall
- Hickling Broad
- 1588 and all that
- The K6 phone box lives on
- Its Easter Time!
- First of a few
- Postcard from Walberswick
- Fly in a Spitfire
- Fanny Burney
- Roadside nature reserves
- Mothers Day - time for a treat
- Snettisham Gunnery
- George Borrow: the Norfolk Wordsmith
- Bygone Herring Fishing
Special Features- Jewellery
- Care of the Elderly
Competitions- Win a stay at Stoke by Nayland Hotel
Food & Drink- Cooking with tasty leftovers
- Jimmys Farm: the latest news from the farm
- Chicken thigh Balti pie recipe
- Wine: Sherry is Back
Home and Garden- Simple Storage Solutions
Business Profiles- Woodland Holiday Park
- The Wine Company
Regulars- Whats on Diary: Events during March
- Peggy Cole: March in the Garden
- Music notes from Chris Green
- Suffolk and Norfolk news roundup
- Books Reviews
- CLA News
- Legal Advice
- Dog Advice