Aldeburgh news

Friday, January 13, 2017

Aldeburgh Primary School has closed today due to the flood risks along the Suffolk coast.

A Suffolk husband and wife are appealing for help in locating a missing wedding ring – lost while the couple were visiting the seaside last week.

A man arrested after a young woman reported being raped in Aldeburgh has been released on bail and “cleared of involvement”, police have said.

With so much to see and do on the Suffolk coast, a day trip is just never long enough - so why not make a weekend of it? Or even book a week-long holiday?

With so much to see and do on the Suffolk coast, a day trip is just never long enough - so why not make a weekend of it? Or even book a week-long holiday?

House prices in the region have soared by more than the national average over the past year, government figures have revealed.

More than 50 classic vehicles were on display along the Aldeburgh seafront today.

Drone pilot David McArthur was “in the right place at the right time” when he shot these scenes over the River Alde last summer.

A two-month project to protect 200 metres of one of the most vulnerable stretches of the Suffolk coast is under way after winter weather caused delays.

From rescue horses to working mills and supernatural themed art, there’s plenty to see and do this weekend.

An iconic Napoleon fortress is to open its doors to the public this weekend to allow people to say farewell to a sculpture which has adorned its rooftop for the past year.

A Suffolk artist has launched his first children’s book – at the tender age of 82.

Aldeburgh is famed for its wide beaches and tranquil atmosphere, as well as being the home of composer Benjamin Britten.

Communities in Suffolk with high proportions of second homes are unlikely to ban the holiday properties – fearing an impact on their economies.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis visits new dining venture Sea Spice at the White Lion Hotel

A lifesaving charity has signalled its own call for help in finding new volunteers.

Fire struck a seaside property in the early hours of this morning.

An annual seaside music festival has been ‘revamped’ and relocated for the summer.

A Suffolk seafront hotel has matched its sister business by scooping a national accolade.

A couple are calling for designated beaches for fishermen and families wanting to enjoy the shore after their dog swallowed a fish hook discarded by an angler.

Campaigners working to save an iconic Suffolk lighthouse threatened by the encroaching sea have warned supporters that tens of thousands of pounds will still need to be raised for permanent works to protect it.

Whilst Latitude festival is widely acclaimed, there are a number of lesser known independent music festivals that take place in the fields and parklands of the gorgeous Suffolk countryside this summer.

Confusion has reigned after plans were announced to resurface a busy road in Ipswich but highways officials later denied any knowledge of the scheme.

Officials have ruled out any risk to health following the discovery of traces of an “unusual” radioactive isotope on a popular beach.

Firefighters were called to a house fire in Snape, believed to have been caused by a dishwasher.

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