From The Times today, Travel Section, an Article on visiting Suffolk by Sarah Baxter:
“…walking around the well-preserved 12th-century Framlingham Castle walls (£12.50pp; English Heritage). Mary Tudor was staying here when she heard she’d been proclaimed England’s first queen. Impressive, though in some ways I preferred the village museum in the castle’s poorhouse, which records Framlingham’s more quotidian history. Here there was a double-privy, allowing parent and child to defecate together (used until the 1950s) and an old newspaper revealing that, on this day 100 years ago, Earl Soham football club thrashed poor Laxfield United 6-0.”
My emphasis, but who am I to disagree? From: “Beaches, birds and wine: sleepy Suffolk is the perfect place to chill”, The Times, Saturday 22nd April.