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First of all we are sorry we
could not bring you a
February issue - lockdown
and so many local businesses
closing - rather scuppered that
one. Still, spring is almost here and with it the hope of some normality returning to our lives.
To that end we’ve made this an upbeat issue, celebrating the Bury St Edmunds restaurant Pea Porridge gaining a Michelin star, and basking in Suffolk’s reputation as a property hotspot and desirable place to live.
Meanwhile, and since this could be another year of staycations and exploring places close to home, we look at how modernised VW Campervans have become an interesting travel option. For those who like breaks that combine luxury with pampering, our hotels expert Lulu Townsend picks out her choice of spas.
Add in a feature about the changing face of dating agencies; how Lillie Langtry lived the high life at Kentford, plus our usual array of stunning photography, and we hope it will make for an entertaining read.
Richard Bryson Editor and Publisher Bury & West Suffolk magazine won the News Awards 2018 Regional Magazine of the Year and was highly commended and commended in the same category in 2019 and 2017
issue 76 March 2021
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  BURY & West Suffolk magazine
The independent, multi-award winning regional magazine
March 2021 Issue 76
How the dating rules have changed
A welcome in West Suffolk Why country life beats the city
Michelin man
Justin Sharp on Pea Porridge’s culinary ‘Oscar’
A very racy lady Recalling Lillie Langtry and her Kentford ‘pleasure palace’
An Ed start
He’s painted a pop megastar, now see more of Jason Nunn’s work
People Food & drink Fashion Art Interiors Health & Beauty Events
50 Hit the open road in style VW Campervans with added luxury
52 Undercover operation
The advantages of tipis for social events
53 So near, so spa
Lulu Townsend picks out some lovely hotels for the finest pampering
57-71 Homes & Gardens A time for an interiors refresh; healthy pillows and faux throws to try; the advantages of living in Suffolk - an ex-city dweller and estate agents have their say; flowers for Mother’s Day and a former nurse starts a gardening business
72 Pet advice
Safety first for pets and owners at Eastgate Vets plus Caroline Fardell looks at barking causes in dogs
74 My favourite things Ian Clarke, marketing and sales manager at West Suffolk Council
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