Aldeburgh


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Aldeburgh

(ˈɔːlbərə)
n
(Placename) a small resort in SE England, in Suffolk: site of an annual music festival established in 1948 by Benjamin Britten. Pop: 2654 (2001)
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Being an accompanist increasingly meant being a vocal coach as well, and, like Ralls, Ubukata graduated to working regularly with the Canadian Opera Company, returning annually for many years to Aldeburgh and the Britten-Pears School, collaborating with the likes of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Hans Hotter and Galina Vishnevskaya.
SO Aldeburgh council, now fining anyone feeding seagulls because and the nuisance they have I believe Liverpool and Council should follow suit pigeons, because life has unbearable trying to walk especially so down at the All the regeneration years will not be fit to look Everywhere you look there pigeon droppings.
ALDEBURGH council announced this week that anyone caught feeding chips to seagulls on the prom could be fined pounds 2,500.
Aldeburgh is a charming town with a fantastic little high street with chic shops and lovely delis groaning with local produce.
Aldeburgh, on the Suffolk coast, is not particularly known for being a hotbed of jazz.
Fixby's ex-Halifax, Huddersfield Union junior champion, who is a student at Oxford, will gain his golfing Blue at the 118th showdown with Cambridge at the Aldeburgh club in Suffolk on March 23/24.
Cosy Nook at Aldeburgh on the Suffolk Coast is described as just the hideaway for a romantic rural retreat this Valentines Day.
GOLF: Yorkshire duo Alex Keighley and Sara Garbutt were both surprisingly bundled out of the English Amateur Championship at Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast yesterday.
Which famous composer's studio in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, has been transformed to the way it was in the 1950s?
He was treated for his injuries but subsequently collapsed at his home in Aldeburgh Place, Trowbridge, on August 12.
Which country was allowed to keep the Jules scallop shell on Aldeburgh seafront as a Rimet Trophy in 1970, having won football's memorial to the composer Benjamin Britten?
Billington had seen Jay Kay, 39, and a friend walking along the beach with two women in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, last month.