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Criminals: Felons, incendiaries, horse-stealers

The apprehension and prosecution of such offenders in the Colneis Hundred:  ‘A meeting at The Mariners was called for Monday 25th April 1785’   Part 1: 1785 - 1815 The Colneis Hundred Association first became known to me when researching the crimes perpetrated upon John Cockle, Surgeon of the Parish of Trimley St. Martin, in 1817[1]. … Continue reading Criminals: Felons, incendiaries, horse-stealers

Women in Art and Music: A celebration of Women’s creativity

3rd September 2021 – 4th September 2021 After three Lockdowns, many of us can’t wait to engage with as many cultural opportunities as possible. In just over 4 weeks, the pioneering “Women in Arts and Music Festival”  or WAM Fest, will take place in Felixstowe.  The Festival, which will run for approximately 30 exhilarating hours, … Continue reading Women in Art and Music: A celebration of Women’s creativity

The top song of 2020: ‘Across the Borders’ by Chandra Grover

Kingdom of United Voices The true and inspirational story of music from Trimley St. Martin and the wider world   Have you heard ‘Across the Borders’ before? Do you know the story of the song? Have you heard of The Kingdom of United Voices? In this country, the answer to these two questions is probably … Continue reading The top song of 2020: ‘Across the Borders’ by Chandra Grover