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Welcome to our June/July issue, which I hope you will find a little oasis of calm amidst the ongoing gloom and uncertainty.
Like many magazines we have a small stock of features on file to fill gaps, or help us out in emergencies. Some were being held back for later in the year but here they are, fine-tuned for a summer audience.
Our theme for this month is an appreciation of our countryside. We’ve invited writers to select their favourite West Suffolk villages; examine the best ways to spot wildlife and go foraging; delight in some beautiful landscape art, and identify the crops growing in our fields.
We’ve also tried to articulate the joys of fishing. Although I am writing this forward I played very little part in this magazine. I’m very much indebted to my co-director James Blake for overseeing the publication of this issue and the use of resource from his company.
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 69 June/July 2020
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June/July 2020 Issue 69
    Our favourite villages Cavendish, Kersey Lavenham, Moulton, Monks Eleigh, Horringer, Newton, Long Melford, Walsham-le-Willows
FORAGING - field to fork at Sudbury Wildlife spotting in West Suffolk Gone fishing! Local artists
 the countryside
People Food & drink Fashion Art Interiors Health & Beauty Events
 65 Pet advice
Caroline Fardell answers more of your dog questions
66 My favourite things Sudbury singer-songwriter Serena Grant kicks off our new series
67 Property of the month An outstanding Bradfield home through Jackson Stops
56 Bella Italia
Beautiful places to stay - after lockdown
59-64 Homes & Gardens
What interior designer Jane Cappleman did during isolation; how to get started on a garden pond; Ernest Doe supply the cutting edge; dogwood is the tree of the month
  53 A tale of two brothers The story of Denny Brothers
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