We love Suffolk cos’ Suffolk aint Silly !
Are you a writer/poet/photographer/historian? Do you want to get into print?
Just send us your words/pix/Suffolk tales/Suffolk recipes-reminiscences for consideration for inclusion in the “Suffolk aint Silly” series.
All submissions will be acknowledged.
Published work will be fully source accredited with no loss of origination rights.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Email submissions are preferred – postal address on application.
What’s in it for you?
Here’s help you will appreciate. We are keeping a diary of the work involved (good and poor ) from concept to creation for the Suffolk aint Silly series. The series will be published on Amazon with Createspace (print on demand). We will be delighted to send to you a copy of the work diary with contacts etc., to help you with your own publishing ambitions. Your copy of the project diary will be up dated and emailed to you on Publication of the first book in the Suffolk aint Silly series.


Two bikes, two adults, one toddler, one motorhome, 4,500 miles of cycling in 60 days, including 190,000 feet of climbing – not quite your average family holiday, but an exciting adventure around the coastline of Britain.

We plan to do the ride, in relay, during June and September 2013. So one of us rides whilst the other is looking after our 22 month old son, Fabian; who despite boundless energy is not quite up to that distance on his balance bike…. yet!

How will it work? Each morning one of us will have a comparatively restful 40+ mile bike ride, whilst the other has a full-on seaside adventure with Fabian. We will meet up for lunch and to “hand over the baton” for role reversal in the afternoon. Those of you who know Fabian will be in no doubt as to the easier option.

Since it’s not feasible for Richard…

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