April 2016 issue

Suffolk Norfolk Life Magazine April 2016
From the editor...

Welcome to the April issue of Suffolk Norfolk Life. Spring has sprung and the Daffodils are out and the weather is changeable. We have lots of interesting content again for you in this issue. A new book about an extraordinary feat by a lady in Huntingfield is featured. She painted the ceiling of the local church and it really is an amazing thing to see. We visit Hoxne, Cromer and Minsmere and look back at Scarning, and of course another great competition, this time to win a break at the Maid's Head hotel in Norwich.

Our big features this month are on Education and learning a new activity, with some great tips to help you improve your golf and shooting skills.

See below for a full list of everything inside this issue.

Kevin Davis
Editor

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Features
- Gerry Marsden Interview
- Newmarket - Suffolk's racing town
- Knot man Des Pawsom MBE
- Tales of Two Doggies: Hoxne
- Touching the Tide: A Suffolk Coastal Project
- Shakespeare in Norfolk
- Minsmere
- The Huntingfield Paintress
- Highlights of Cromer
- Breckland's Wild Flower Legacy
- “Hugh Mungus” really is Humungous
- East Anglia in the movies – Pt 2
- Bygone Scarning
- Gardening: Innovative growing concepts
- Inheritance Tax planning using an ISA
- Get more out of social media
- Karen Finch - My Suffolk Life

Special Features
- Education
- Activities

Competitions
- Win a stay at The Maid's Head Hotel, Norwich

Food & Drink
- The Crown at Woodbridge
- Spring time at Jimmy's Farm
- Dayboat Fish with Cauliflower and Cockles Recipe
- Northrepps Cottage Hotel Review
- Wine: Re-visit the French classics

Interiors
- The Conservatory
- High quality windows and doors

Business Profiles
- Living Space Design and Build ltd
- The Ministry of Charm

Regulars
- Whats on Diary: Events during April
- Music notes from Chris Green
- Books Reviews
- Beauty: Skin Couture
- Dog Advice: The Final Goodbye
Inside the April 2016 issue

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