Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Deep one (Place name etymolgy is cool.)

Know where you’re going but not where you came Somewhere around the town that bears your name, From the Hundred of Threadling you do run From there you will go, you are the Deep One. Then into Loes through the … Continue reading

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Getting Lost in Suffolk

It’s easy to get lost in Suffolk. This is because you can go to a place where you would presume somewhere to be and find it is not there. The classic one is going to Aldeburgh for the Aldeburgh Music … Continue reading

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State Duties Citzens Fair

For 150 years they have gazed o’re Guarding the present, Reminding of the days of yore Over the square pleasant. Below the Ship held by the lion Neptune’s horses hold There looks the English lion By forecastle’s of gold. Of … Continue reading

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Suffolk Place Name Pronunciation

It’s not just BBC Look Norwich that pronounce Suffolk place names wrong. James Hazel has just done it on Radio Suffolk. He pronounced Thwaite wrong. As he’s from Norfolk, we’ll excuse his ignorance. Maybe news reporters will find this list … Continue reading

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Ipswich Lib/Lab pact against Brexit.

Saint Margeret’s Ward Residents Assocition Ipswich Lib Dem Councillor. Inga Lockington has applied for British citizenship. But  her application for British citizenship has been turned down by the Home Office because she didn’t submit the right paperwork to prove she … Continue reading

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Preservation and Progress

Old town jewel in the crown Down by the shore and there’s more Lore of old has it foretold By the brooks Naverne and Skene. From shire hall to Clarkenwall The silver scollops still shine, Come like water, like wind … Continue reading

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Rabbi Shapiro’s Reaction to Trump’s Jerusalem Statement

Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro reacts to Jerusalem being declared the capital of Israel, and explains that the Jewish people relate to Jerusalem as a holy city, not as a political capital city.

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