La Belle Maison is looking for people who can do some gardening work: clear and level land, cut back shrubs, weed, remove ivy from walls (quite high), dig the garden etc. The main clearance work has been done. She may also need some help with the running of the B&B may also be required/ general housework and maintenance.
It's October now and Autumn has hit us, bringing us wonderful colours and scenic landscapes.
Sutton Hoo, part of the National Trust, features the famous burial grounds to King Readwald from the Anglo-Saxon times, an exhibition and the Tranmer House.
So the month of November has passed, and I've been up to a few things in that month, going from East to the West. This month has been another opportunity for me to get practice with my new camera around Wales and walking through Friday Street (Rendlesham).
I was born and raised in Suffolk, so I'm going to write about some of the best places to visit in Suffolk in my opinion, and why. Some of the areas may not be as busy or as cultured as certain places in Suffolk but the places I'm suggesting offer a certain history and tranquillity. Places you can have fun, keep fit or relax the soul.
So if you have seen on my Instagram page I posted some morning pictures taken on the River Deben, Woodbridge. I have been wanting to go for a walk in the morning somewhere so I could capture the morning mist, I've seen some fellow photographers do it on Facebook and it inspired me to go and do some for myself.
This is Friday Street walk, as you can probably guess from the title of the post! The start of the walk is tucked away behind RAF Bentwaters and features a long road through that will take you to Butley. However it also merges into part of Rendlesham Forest. I've been up here about three times now, and I have noticed that it seems to be a popular destination among local hikers.