Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 79-year-old man from Southwold.
David Franckeiss left his home in Mill Lane, Southwold, to attend a doctors appointment yesterday, Friday 9th November. He was at the surgery at around 5.30pm, but has not been seen since.
His car was found at Southwold Harbour on Ferry Road. The Police helicopter and the Coastguard Service have carried out extensive searches in the area.
Mr Franckeiss is described as white, around 6’1”, with short, brown hair. He was wearing brown corduroy trousers and a black coat.
The Suffolk brewery, Adnams, will use food waste from a local supermarket to create environmentally friendly fuel for local homes. The rubbish from the new Waitrose in Ipswich will be turned into biogas at a pioneering plant near Southwold
The Suffolk brewery, Adnams, will use food waste from a local supermarket to create environmentally friendly fuel for local homes.Read the full story ›
Suffolk Brewer Adnams has announced higher profits thanks to a series of new brews.
The Southwold beer maker said own-brewed beer volumes rose 5% in the six months to June 30, as sales through off-licences and supermarkets rose 13%. It held its prices for pub customers for the fourth year in a row.
Demand for its ales, including at 11 Cellar & Kitchen stores, helped operating profits rise 5.5% to £857,000, while turnover was up 5% to £25.8 million.
Demand was boosted by new products such as pale ale Ghost Ship, a Diamond Ale to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee and a new low-alcohol beer.
A new pint called Flame Runner - to mark the London Olympics - had also proved popular.
A rare 17th century ceiling that's been hidden away for 40 years is being restored in Lowestoft. It was removed from a Suffolk farmouse in the 1970s... and will now be seen by the public for the first time. Olivia Paterson reports.
A rare 17th century ceiling is being restored in Lowestoft, after spending nearly 40 years hidden away in a garage.Read the full story ›
Up to a dozen new beach huts in Southwold are going on sale - and they're set to be some of the most sought after properties on the Suffolk coast.
An historic church in Suffolk is publishing a glossy coffee table book celebrating its architecture and history.
St Edmund's Church in Southwold attracts as many as 40,000 visitors a year. It's hoped that sales of the book, which costs £5, will boost church funds.