January 29 2015 Latest news:
As a boy in the 1950s, David Buck liked nothing more than being taken to work by his father and being allowed to visit Ipswich station – opposite his father’s office.
Octogenarians who left their Ipswich school in the 1950s have been meeting regularly for chinwags – about sex, life before mobile phones, pop music and more.
Husband murder was considered the most unnatural crime in 19th century Britain. So, when 18-year-old servant Catherine Foster poisoned her husband, a scandalised crowd of 10,000 people came to see her execution.
Former Suffolk Land Girl Phyllis Rose says young people today would struggle with the hard physical farm work the Women’s Land Army used to put in.
So is that it, is summer done and dusted?