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Framlingham Castle in Suffolk is set to re-open Friday 16 June, following a comprehensive programme of visitor improvements and conservation.
The castle’s workhouse has been closed since the winter when the project started.
The new refurbishments include a new exhibition space, a café and a shopping area.
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Ed Sheeran has edged closer to a chart record as his hit single 'Shape Of You' held on to the number one spot for an 11th week.Read the full story ›
Suffolk singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran continues to dominate the UK music scene as he reigns supreme throughout the album and singles charts.Read the full story ›
English Heritage are taking advantage of scaffolding that's been erected at Framlingham Castle and stuck a 6 metre slide onto itRead the full story ›
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has released the video for his chart-topping single 'Shape of You'.
It features the star taking part in a wrestling match - dressed in an inflatable sumo suit.
Sheeran recently returned to music following a year-long hiatus, and he currently holds both the number one and number two spots in the Official Singles Chart.
He described his other single, 'Castle on a Hill', as a "love song for Suffolk". The video was filmed in his hometown of Framlingham.
He recently revealed announced the dates for his upcoming world tour, which will include 14 dates in Britain and Ireland.
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Ed Sheeran joked about getting his face "cut open" as he showed off a scar on his cheek during his first official performance of the year.Read the full story ›
A puppy has made a remarkable recovery after swallowing a toy windmill.
The young labrador was treated in Framlingham, Suffolk.
The vet who treated him said it was the "most bizarre" item he'd ever removed from an animal.
"He'd chewed the sails off and had somehow been able to swallow the remainder.
"He was OK - a little bit dribbly but otherwise fine. He didn't appear to be in much pain, just a little bit bewildered."
The puppy had to undergo surgery to remove the toy - and was kept in the vets for two days before being reunited with his owners.