Postcards, photographs and adverts that capture old Bury St. Edmunds in all its glory.
An insight into some of Ipswich’s most well-known and infamous pubs, taverns and inns.
A pictorial portrait of life as a USAAF airman living in Suffolk during the Second World War.
Before Sutton Hoo: the prehistoric remains and early Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Tranmer House, Bromeswell, Suffolk by Christopher Fern
In 2000, a second early Anglo-Saxon cemetery was found at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, 500m north of the famous royal burial-ground. The new burial-ground probably began as a folk cemetery where the rites of cremation and inhumation were practiced. Nevertheless, the findings suggest a wealthy local population in the period just prior to the founding of the mound cemetery at Sutton Hoo.
East Anglian based Louis de Bernières produces his second poetry collection following the success of his first, Imagining Alexandria.
Former Suffolk resident Joan Bakewell muses on her varied life experiences, from teaching to broadcasting.
Showcases our local culinary community from producers and suppliers to quality restaurants, delis, bars and beyond.
Former Radio Suffolk presenter Mary-Jane Riley has produced her first novel, a psychological thriller. Alex Devlin seeks the truth after her children were murdered 15 years ago.