Shotley News

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Sunday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 28.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Sunday Thought Fortune Favours the Braveand Tomorrow is Another Day The words inscribed either side of Captain Sir Tom Moore...

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Suffolk Coast and Heaths report for AONB supporters on the Shotley peninsula

Posted: 27.02.21 by Simon Amstutz Local News



The River Blyth in Blythburgh photographed by Gill Moon Welcome to the latest monthly update from the Coast & Heaths AONB and Dedham Vale AONB and ...

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Saturday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 27.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Saturday's Sting in the Tail Paraprosdokians - Winston Churchill loved them, they are figures of speech in which the latter part of a sent...

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Alastair McCraw column: Let's talk about - water

Posted: 26.02.21 by Alastair McCraw Opinion



Like many I was pleased to hear the announcement of an extra £1M for Highways Flooding and road improvements in Suffolk. Of course, this was announce...

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Friday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 26.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Friday Flower Facts: Lilium 'Stargazer' (the 'Stargazer lily') is a hybrid lily of the 'Oriental group'. Stargazers ar...

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Shotley peninsula Nub News Jobs section gets a new coat of paint

Posted: 25.02.21 by Derek Davis Local News



Shotley Peninsula Nub News' Jobs section has received a brand new coat of paint thanks to the Nub News Tech Department. The https://shotleyp...

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Your chance to be part of Fit Villages project coming to the Shotley peninsula

Posted: 25.02.21 by Derek Davis Local News



A project aimed at getting more people on the peninsula fitter has launched a survey to find out which activities they would prefer to engage in. R...

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Thursday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 25.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Fascinating Facts: The Woodbridge Tide Mill on the tranquil River Deben is one of just two working tide mills left in Britain (the other is in...

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How Babergh budgets for financial stability and sustainability affects the peninsula

Posted: 24.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Councillors have agreed Babergh District Council’s budget for 2021/22 – delivering financial stability post-Covid while still delivering t...

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Wednesday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 24.02.21 by The Editor Local News



Midweek Music Lyrics by Suffolk songsters Gimme the keys You ain't gonna see me for dust The Barnby Bends ain't gonna get...

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