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Goodbye 2012

It’s the last day of 2012 and this blog is heading into its ninth (calendar) year of operation. Unbelievable. Here’s some information about the las...

Come to Camberwell for the Sun

So finally on Friday, 30 November 2012, the Sun and Doves pub on Coldharbour Lane SE5 will reopen. After over 14 months of closure the much missed ...

Turkish Food Centre offers Camberwell taste of the Mediterranean

Comments on my previous posting on the new Tesco Express remind me that I had intended to post an article extolling the virtues of the newish Turki...

Tesco comes to Camberwell

And so it has finally happened: Tesco has broken into central Camberwell. When I walked past today they were putting the final touches to a new Tes...

News From Europe

Once again we have been asked to publish a newsletter from Bill Newton Dunn, our local MEP and you can download a copy below. The views contained i...

Change of date for Ingatestone Victorian Christmas evening

Ingatestone & Fryerning Parish Council’s annual winter celebration will take place slightly earlier this year, on the 30th of November. The uni...

Ipswich Spy breaks records for Results Day readers

Many thanks to our many readers as we broke all our own records, making yesterday the busiest day ever on Ipswich Spy, with nearly 2000 readers in ...

Results of Ipswich Borough Council elections & Suffolk County Council by-election 2012

Polls close across the Borough

Polls have now closed in the 16 Borough Council wards and 1 County Council Division. We’ll hope to bring you the results and gossip from the ...

New childrenswear boutique Loo Loo’s comes to Ingatestone.

Saturday 21 April will see the grand opening of the village’s latest edition – Loo Loo’s. Loo Loo’s is a children’s store stocking clothing f...

Request From New Zealand

We have recently been contacted by Sonia Wooding in Wanganui, New Zealand, who is doing some research on her husband’s ancestors. Sonia write...

News From Europe

Bill Newton Dunn, our local MEP, has asked if we will publish his newsletter on this website and we are happy to oblige. You can download the newsl...

A Statement From The Loddon Eye

Comment feature of the site to cease with immediate effect… Regrettably, a significant change is going to have to be made to certain features of th...

Ingatestone retailers Pellini, Abigail’s Lifestyle and Kennadys join forces for Essex-based RM Magazine fashion photo shoot at Ingatestone Hall

Three high street businesses have teamed up with RM Magazine to shoot the publication’s centre fold for the month of March. The Ingatestone t...

Welcome to Camberwell: land of betting shops

On Saturday a new branch of Bet Fred opened at 62 Denmark Hill, SE5 in the premises between Peacocks and …Etc that were formerly a jewellers. So an...

The search for a new local

The closure of the Sun and Doves at the end of September left me with a problem of not having a pub we could call our local. As the Sun and Doves w...

County announces sad death of Councillor John Klaschka

It is with deepest regret that Suffolk County Council has to announce the death of Councillor John Klaschka, who passed away peacefully over night....

SCC appoints Deborah Cadman as new Chief Executive

Deborah Cadman has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Suffolk County Council following a day of interviews and a meeting of the Staff App...

Dr Dan slams Ambulance Service

Dr Daniel Poulter, Tory MP for North Ipswich and Central Suffolk, has called for a public inquiry after response times for East of England Ambulanc...

Proposals To Reduce Road Gritting Service For Kirk Ireton This Winter

Dear Villagers, I have been asked to make sure that everybody is aware of Derbyshire County Council’s (DCC) plans to reduce the road gritting ser...

Labour’s petty campaign against Gummer

Ipswich Spy has noticed rumblings across the blogosphere in the last few days, with complaints about so called “rowdy” behaviour during...

Open House weekend 17 — 18 September 2011

This weekend is the fabulous London Open House — a chance to appreciate some of London’s archictecture from close up. The London Open House web...

Is £160k the right figure to pay a council Chief Executive?

Following the appointment of Andrea Hill as Chief Executive of Suffolk County Council, local media and then national media were rightly outraged at...

Kirk Ireton Diary – September 2011

Below is a collection of links which make up the September Diary. Shop News Garden Party Village Rounders photos@kirkireton.com A VISIT FROM PEARL ...

Macmillan mug donation

Thanks to Lisa Bridge at Birchover giving the shop free mugs we were able to collect £11 in donations from the happy recipients of the mugs! Thank...

Living in Kirk Ireton by Emily Heron – September Diary

Living in the village has its ups and its downs. There is lots of space to play and everybody knows each other. However, as the village is so small...

An Editor’s Apology – September Diary

I think everybody spotted my faux par last month of incorrectly stating the winner of the Jean Mayfield Cup and Saucer short story competition, whi...

A VISIT FROM PEARL MARGARITA – September Diary

At Wirksworth Festival this year, the Mercian Scribes will be exhibiting work on the theme ‘Letters, Words and Language’ in the Library. There ...

photos@kirkireton.com – September Diary

Following our appeal last month for a volunteer to select photographs for inclusion on our Village website, www.kirkireton.com, I am please to anno...

Village Rounders – September Diary

The first Village Rounders & Picnic event was judged a success by all those that attended. A common theme of the comments received was –...

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