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Diary

When did everyone get so angry?

20 August 2022

9:00 AM

20 August 2022

9:00 AM

I love Suffolk, not just for its beauty but for the stories to be found all around me. Every day I swim with my two-year-old labrador in the river Alde with views of the strange pagodas built on Orford Ness, a long strip of shingle. Amazingly, components of the nuclear bomb were tested here during the second world war.

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