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David Grimwood is a good man to know. For starters, he is the conservation officer for the Alde and Ore Wildfowlers. He is a passionate naturalist and is ever prepared to impart his boundless knowledge of the birds that dwell along this wild, picturesque slice of Suffolk’s coastline.

He also is one of the finest wild food chefs. His restaurant, the Froize in Chillesford, carries a well-deserved

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