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Saturday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 17.04.21 by The Editor Local News

Saturday's Brain Teaser I left my campsite and hiked south for three miles. Then I turned east and hiked for three miles. I then turne...

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Shotley peninsula Property of the Week: 10-bed manor house with views over two rivers and permission for holiday lets

Posted: 16.04.21 by Derek Davis Local News

If you are looking for a new home on the Shotley peninsula, or just feeling a bit nosey, then look no further than our Property Of The Week features, ...

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Friday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 16.04.21 by The Editor Local News

Friday's Fascinating Flower Facts Like many other flowers, tulips are edible. During World War II, tulips and tulip breads were often ...

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Two pupils from RHS to attend Duke of Edinburgh's funeral service

Posted: 15.04.21 by Kate Cotterill Local News

Two pupils from Royal Hospital School will represent the Royal Navy and the school at the service for Prince Phillip at St Edmundsbury Cathedral on 16...

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LEAF Open Farm Sunday strengthens support for Shotley peninsula farmers

Posted: 15.04.21 by Derek Davis Local News

Lovers of animals and the workings of farms will be able to enjoy the popular open day on the Shotley peninsula again this year With two months unt...

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Thursday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 15.04.21 by [email protected] Local News

On This Day In 1912 - The RMS Titanic, a luxury steamship, sank in the early hours of April 15, off the coast of Newfoundland in the North Atl...

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If you have an event coming up on the peninsula then spread the word with our new look What's On section

Posted: 14.04.21 by The Editor Local News

With the roadmap out of lockdown moving along we are all looking forward to getting together again. Many are now planning events in our town and we wa...

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Wednesday's Peninsula Breakfast Briefing

Posted: 14.04.21 by The Editor Local News

On This Day In 1931- the Ministry of Transport issued the first Code., a set of guidelines a...

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Chelmondiston woman arrested on alleged drink and drug charges after crashing car into hedge

Posted: 13.04.21 by Derek Davis Local News

Police have charged a 27-year-old woman from Chelmondiston with two offences after a car she was allegedly driving crashed into a hedge on the main Sh...

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A special service of prayer, remembrance and music to mark the death of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Posted: 13.04.21 by The Editor Local News

A special service of prayer, remembrance and music to mark the death of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh WELCOME AND INT...

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