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About Coastal Scene

The coastal communities of Suffolk are each unique in their own way, a fact we at the Coastal Scene want to celebrate and share with you, our loyal readers.

Whether you are a visitor or resident, the Coastal Scene is your essential weekly read to find out what is happening in Framlingham, Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, and Saxmundham, plus the many other communities up and down this beautiful strip of coastland.

Read in print, keep up-to-date online, download our e-edition, follow us on Twitter or join us on Facebook, however you choose to read, the Coastal Scene will bring you breaking news, community updates, sports reports, stunning photo galleries, and what’s on guides.

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Final approval has been given to create a “fun and contemporary” leisure centre for Leiston and work on the £3.5million project should start in September.

Weathermen have today issued a yellow warning that severe storms and torrential rain are heading for Suffolk over the Bank Holiday.

Organisers of one of Felixstowe’s biggest events have been left dismayed and worried about its future after it was decided to leave more than 60 huts on the prom because of beach erosion.

People in Martlesham have overwhelmingly voted to adopt the area’s new neighbourhood plan, which will help inform future developments.

Unionists have pledged to work with the region’s ambulance service to push for improvements after an inquiry found three patients suffered severe harm due to winter delays.

Sandwiches, tea, cake and scones and I’ve not had to leave my house. What’s not to love?

Double RIBA award win for Ipswich-based Nicholas Jacob Architects

Almost half of Suffolk’s schools rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted have not been inspected in the last six years – and six were last visited more than a decade ago.

Take a look at our guide to see which pharmacies in Suffolk and north Essex which will be open this bank holiday Monday, May 28.

Radical plans to overhaul health and social care in the region have taken a step forward, but critics fear the public are being left in the dark.

Plans are underway to create a new youth employment scheme to replace the MyGo centre, it has been revealed – but district and borough councils look likely to be fronting half the cash.

Nicky Yeo has been elected as the new chairwoman of Suffolk Coastal District Council.

After record-breaking temperatures over the early May bank holiday, Suffolk and Essex is again set to bask in sunshine this weekend.

Suffolk businesses are being encouraged to consider exporting as part of trade opportunities after Brexit.

Excitement is building for the Women’s Tour as dignitaries take up the chance to ride part of the Suffolk route ahead of the main event next month.

There is under a month to go until Suffolk Day 2018 and people are being encouraged to get involved to celebrate everything which is great about the county.

Writer Richard Curtis had concerns that calling his new film “Suffolk Lad” may have brought some pronunciation issues, but as reporter MICHAEL STEWARD found out there is a Suffolk and Norfolk on both sides of the pond.

The six artists, who all live in Hackney Road, Melton, discovered their mutual interest in painting and other media and decided to get together to showcase their work.

The owl, who is thought to be a male, was found at the beginning of May having been hit by a car on the A12 southbound toward Seven Hills.

A drive to build a new breast care centre at Ipswich Hospital has captured the hearts of the public, passing the £100,000 mark just six months after the launch.

Suffolk Cineworld Cinemas have revealed some of the odd items they have had handed in to their lost property department - including a large amount of cash, cable ties and false teeth.

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