Blog Posts - East Of England



Butt faces another probe - this time from the Labour Party

Cameron Scott, Regional Director of the East of England Labour Party, has been asked to  investigate 'serious allegations about incidents  following the death of Cllr Tayo Oladapo' to establish the facts.Scott has been asked to undertake th...
by wembleymatters on May 31, 2016

A Day Out With Elspeth in the Suffolk Wool Towns

Part 1 – Lavenham You knew this one was coming, didn’t you? If you’ve read my Coasthopper Bus or Quest for East Anglia’s Prettiest Village pieces, you’ll know that I like Lavenham. I said it is my favourite village/small town in Suffolk...
by Elspeth's Naughty Guides on May 8, 2016

Grab Last Minute Things From East of England Co-Op

If you’re still filling your trolleys with food for the festive period but are missing a few bits, then pop on over to the East of England Co-Op and grab some of their Sourced Locally festive goodies. Unfortunately our large Co-Op is shutting a...

Sourced Locally Fortnight #iheartlocal

One of the many reasons we moved to Essex, apart from the beautiful sunshine that we are so lucky to have here was the access we had to locally produced food. After being a slave to lots of processed food living in London, we found that every time we...

A Day Out With Elspeth On A Bus Named Lady Fermoy

I reprised my trip aboard Norfolk Green and Coasthopper buses, and this time was on one named after Ruth COMMA Lady Fermoy, friend of Queen mum who made her grandchild Princess Diana cry. I did the bit I couldn’t do with Pocahontas and kept to...
by Elspeth's Naughty Guides on Jun 24, 2014

A Day Out With Elspeth On A Bus Named Lady Fermoy

I reprised my trip aboard Norfolk Green and Coasthopper buses, and this time was on one named after Ruth COMMA Lady Fermoy, friend of Queen mum who made her grandchild Princess Diana cry. I did the bit I couldn’t do with Pocahontas and kept to...
by Elspeth's Naughty Guides on Jun 24, 2014

A Day Out With Elspeth in Stamford

The Easterner’s Cotswold fix I think this was my first stone town – that of warm, golden beige, unmarred by the grey of age or industry, and I was enchanted; I still am. I like that even the modern housing enclave by the station is made...
by Elspeth's Naughty Guides on Jun 3, 2014

A Day Out With Elspeth in Stamford

The Easterner’s Cotswold fix I think this was my first stone town – that of warm, golden beige, unmarred by the grey of age or industry, and I was enchanted; I still am. I like that even the modern housing enclave by the station is made...
by Elspeth's Naughty Guides on Jun 3, 2014

FPOS Intermediate Course Date Set at Colchester

We are running a FPOS Intermediate course in our new offices in Colchester on 4th to 8th August.  This course is ideal for anyone needing FPOS Intermediate, CFR’s. Medics or any instructor wanting to improve and apply their first aid skills.  The...
by First Aid Instructor Blog on May 28, 2014

Two Cambridgeshire Watermills

En route to a weekend conference in Cambridge last Friday I managed to squeeze in visits to two still-working watermills, both at properties managed by the National Trust. The first, at Houghton near Huntingdon, is the only remaining working watermil...
by Around-England on Apr 19, 2013

Anglesey Abbey Gardens – The Winter Walk

Anglesey Abbey, a National Trust property near Cambridge, although in parts almost nine hundred years old is in its present form the creation of its more recent owners from the sixteenth century onwards, culminating in the work of the 1st Lord Fairha...
by Around-England on Apr 19, 2013


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