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Local interest for August 2015

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Got, not got: the lost world of Ipswich Town by Derek Hammond and Gary Silke

Got, not got: the lost world of Ipswich Town by Derek Hammond and Gary Silke

Got, not got: the lost world of Ipswich Town by Derek Hammond and Gary Silke

Aladdin’s cave of memories and memorabilia, guaranteed to whisk you back to Portman Road’s fondly remembered ‘Golden Age’.

Images of East Anglia railways: incorporating Hertfordshire, Essex, Huntingdonshire, Suffolk, Norfolk & Cambridgeshire together with the North-East and East London by Maurice Dart

Images of East Anglia railways: incorporating Hertfordshire, Essex, Huntingdonshire, Suffolk, Norfolk & Cambridgeshire together with the North-East and East London by Maurice Dart

Maurice Dart covers the railways in East Anglia while taking in contiguous counties associated with the railways of the region.

Secret Ipswich by Susan Gardiner

Secret Ipswich by Susan Gardiner

Secret Ipswich goes behind the facades of the familiar to discover the lesser-known aspects of the town’s fascinating past, brought to life through revealing images of the past and the present.

Norfolk & Suffolk by Susie Boulton

Norfolk & Suffolk by Susie Boulton

Ideal for on-the-spot use, Norfolk & Suffolk makes the perfect companion for both first-time and repeat visitors.

The Elveden Estate by Edward Iveagh

The Elveden Estate by Edward Iveagh

The Elveden Estate is a fascinating country estate which has developed to become a modern, multifaceted rural business enterprise. The estate’s extraordinary ownership story begins with Admiral Keppel in 1768-86, before passing through the hands of Lord Albemarle, the Newton family and the India Office, which owned the estate for the enjoyment of Maharajah Duleep Singh, and most recently to the Guinness family in 1894. Each owner has left his mark on the estate.

A Southwold mystery by Suzette A Hill

A Southwold mystery by Suzette A Hill

Rosy Gildchrist has been asked to accompany Lady Fawcett to visit Delia Dovedale, an old school friend in Suffolk and whom she hasn’t seen for years. Rather reluctantly Rosy agrees to be her companion on this reunion jaunt. But on arrival at their hostess’s house Lady Fawcett is informed that her old school chum is dead – recently murdered.

Brandon King

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