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4 March 2021   - Amber
Mary tied her shoelaces, through the loop and into the castle – the way her mother had taught her; picked up the singular key hanging by the door and felt the wind twirl up her skirt as she made her way ...
24 February 2021   - Brandon
Ipswich is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in England with great links to Suffolk Archives (The Hold) and museums. This makes the University of Suffolk an exciting location to study BA (Hons) in History, which is ranked number 1 ...
16 February 2021   - Natasha
“And I miss the way you make me feel, and it's realWhen we watched the sunset over the castle on the hill”Ed Sheeran, Castle on the Hill Over the next few weeks, we’ll be celebrating all that we ...
16 February 2021   - Rose
Let’s face it this last year has been really difficult and there is no better time for self-care as we are all in desperate need of it. Whether you are single or in a relationship I challenge you to ...
16 February 2021   - Rose
Pancake Day is right around the corner and for all my fellow plant-based friends out there I am sharing a super easy vegan pancake recipe which taste just as good as ordinary pancakes and are just as easy to make! ...
12 February 2021   - Rose
So Valentine’s Day might look a bit different this year than we have seen in previous years but that doesn’t mean that you can’t celebrate it in some shape or form so today I am sharing a ...
10 February 2021   - Natasha
‘The Dig’ – a British drama film that reimagines the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo – has garnered critical acclaim since being released on the streaming service Netflix at the end of January. The story follows Basil Brown, a working-class archaeologist who is ...
9 February 2021   - Rose
Like all social media platforms YouTube can provide hours of entertainment but it can also prove to be quite a distraction particularly whilst studying! However that doesn’t have to be the case as YouTube today is a super diverse ...
1 February 2021   - Natasha
Hedgehogs have recently been classed as vulnerable, on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List for British Mammals, it is vital that we act in order to save this animal. In order to do our ...

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