Just a quick reminder…

Sunday 5 May at 3pm at St John the Baptist Church, MetfieldAMICI in concert, directed by Adrian KnottA lively and varied programme of A Cappella music drawn from all periods between the Renaissance and the twenty-first century.Tickets £8 from Metfield Stores (01379 586204) or Sylvia Wareham (01379 586403)

Overflow accommodation… charming places to stay in and around Metfield

Need a bit of extra space to house all your guests for a special event? Got friends visiting who've asked for a recommendation? There are some really charming places to stay either in or close to the village. The latest addition to our selection is The Broken Dish in nearby Withersdale Street. Packed full of … Continue reading Overflow accommodation… charming places to stay in and around Metfield

The east wind doth blow…

Yes, a viciously cold wind may have been whipping around every corner recently but the sun has tried valiantly to shine and reminds us (along with those exquisite fresh green leaves and flowers and uplifting birdsong) that spring is really here. If you're fed up with all the Brexit shenanigans – and who isn't? – why … Continue reading The east wind doth blow…

Celebration – date for the diary

It's good to hear a local success story. But success doesn't necessarily come easy. A lot of hard work has gone into growing this business over the past few years and, despite one or two setbacks (including weather-related damage), Eddie and Julie are delighted to invite you to join them to celebrate… 40th Anniversary July … Continue reading Celebration – date for the diary

Keeping well this winter

Have you already had enough of grey skies and cold temperatures? Are you experiencing aching limbs, niggling pains, flu-like symptoms, general lethargy, mild depression? Still feeling a bit overweight post Christmas but find yourself tucking into comforting meals to keep out the cold and cheer you up? Any of this sound familiar? Now is the … Continue reading Keeping well this winter