Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and  Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green  with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower

Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower

Clare, Suffolk, UK One of our favorite towns to go antiquing in!!

Clare, Suffolk, UK One of our favorite towns to go antiquing in!!

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk - The Church where my Nana Alice is laid to Rest xx

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk - The Church where my Nana Alice is laid to Rest xx

Sudbury Suffolk  Where I grew up!

Sudbury Suffolk Where I grew up!

Arts Building, Goldsmiths college - New Cross, London - Im sure this used to be the old Laurie grove Swimming Pool x

Arts Building, Goldsmiths college - New Cross, London - Im sure this used to be the old Laurie grove Swimming Pool x

The Bull in Long Melford (Suffolk) the best Cream Tea (fantastic scones)

The Bull in Long Melford (Suffolk) the best Cream Tea (fantastic scones)


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The Bull in Long Melford (Suffolk) the best Cream Tea (fantastic scones)

The Bull in Long Melford (Suffolk) the best Cream Tea (fantastic scones)

Long Melford, Suffolk is named for its layout--it was originally concentrated along a 3-mile stretch of road--and its location near the Mill Ford of Chad Brook.

Long Melford, Suffolk is named for its layout--it was originally concentrated along a 3-mile stretch of road--and its location near the Mill Ford of Chad Brook.

Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk by martin97uk, via Flickr

Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk by martin97uk, via Flickr

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk

In Friendswood, René Steinke's masterfully observed third novel, the locals attend Baptist church and high school football games as in any other small, tightly knit coastal Texas town. But behind closed doors, each family lives with the fallout from an ecological disaster that caused some of them to abandon their homes in nearby Rosemont, where toxic sludge seeped into their ball fields and yards "in slick and oily, weird perfect coils," causing painful rashes, stillbirths and cancer.

In Friendswood, René Steinke's masterfully observed third novel, the locals attend Baptist church and high school football games as in any other small, tightly knit coastal Texas town. But behind closed doors, each family lives with the fallout from an ecological disaster that caused some of them to abandon their homes in nearby Rosemont, where toxic sludge seeped into their ball fields and yards "in slick and oily, weird perfect coils," causing painful rashes, stillbirths and cancer.

QUEEN SUGAR by Natalie Baszile --  A mother-daughter story of reinvention—about an African American woman who unexpectedly inherits a sugarcane farm in Louisiana.

QUEEN SUGAR by Natalie Baszile -- A mother-daughter story of reinvention—about an African American woman who unexpectedly inherits a sugarcane farm in Louisiana.

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