|The videos below are all publicly available, and can be viewed by clicking on the relevant image.|
|1964 Anglia TV documentary,
"A Gentleman of Suffolk",
about Cecil Lay of Aldringham,
architect of several local buildings
|"Martello Tower Historical Virtual Tour"
of Suffolk Tower Z at Alderton,
a "Touching the Tide" initiative
|This is the first publicly-available
podcast in a series being produced
by the Family History Federation.
You can subscribe via a podcast feed.
|"The Power of the Internet — A Wartime Mystery Revealed"
by Jo Cottrell, now a member, and how we helped uncover
the wartime story of "The Evacuee", her mother.
(Text of an article appearing in our April 2021 "Newsletter")
|Paid-up members can click on the appropriate image for access to each episode/Chapter of Sarah Doig's talking-book.
All eight passwords are listed on Maggie Strutt's email of 17/08/2020 at 19:03. This series is available here until the end of the year.
New (or renewing) members are always most welcome – please visit our Membership page.
|Sarah's "Writing" webpage||Early Suffolk||Norman Suffolk||Medieval Suffolk: Revolt||Tudor Suffolk: Mary I|
|Stuart Suffolk||Georgian Suffolk||Victorian Suffolk||Twentieth Century Suffolk
and Suffolk Today
Felixstowe, 1953 floods
|Walpole Old Chapel||Slaughden Martello Tower "CC"||Parham railway station|