March begins with the sun just starting to show more light and lengthen the days, and creatures across Suffolk start to be more active and more visible!

Blythburgh History Society Notes

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Blythburgh History Society Notes

The Blythburgh History Society have written 30 articles on different aspects of local history, they are reproduced below, generally organised by subject (rather than when they where written). Click on the titles to view each page of locally researched history.There is a link back to this index at the bottom of each page.

For further information email Alan Mackley of The Blythburgh Society.

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Some Favourite Websites For March 2017:

Rookyard Cottage, HoltonEco-friendly self-catering cottage near Halesworth with private heated indoor swimming pool available

Set in over two acres Valley Farm offers two self-catering cottages, Rookyard Cottage and Swallow Barn, both with eco-friendly features and each sleeping up to four people + cot. Rated AA 4 Stars. WiFi. Private heated indoor swimming pool available. Ten miles from seaside at Southwold. Pets not accepted.

Lighthouse ViewSuperb Southwold self-catering cottage for four

Lighthouse View in Southwold is a comfortable and welcoming holiday cottage sleeping four in two bedrooms. This early-Victorian cottage is in the very heart of this attractive coastal town and the front door it is just yards from the promenade and sea.

Larnaca Holiday Apartment, CyprusSun, Sand and the Mediterranean!

Get away from it all and stay in this lovely one bedroomed apartment for two which features two large balconies offering views of the sea and distant mountains and only a short walk from central Larnaca, in the heart of the Mediterranean!

Holly Tree CottageSelf-catering for up to six in 4-bedroomed cottage in Wangford, three miles from Southwold

Holly Tree Cottage is a comfortable cottage, with central heating, garden and own parking. WiFi. Sleeps five in four bedrooms (one downstairs), sleeps six when using the additional stackaway bed. Downstairs bathroom. Open all year. Sorry no pets.

Beat The Beast ChallengeRead about Archies incredible Journey

In September 2013, following extensive investigation in to the cause of my deafness a scan revealed not only a Chlosteatoma but also a Brain Tumour on the right temporal lobe. I refused to curl up into a ball and wait for the lights to go out. Instead I resolved to get out there to take the fight to the beast. I am inviting you to join me on my personal challenge to Beat my Beast of a Brain Tumour and help improve the lives of so many more people. Follow me!