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25th June 2018

Vikings on the march!

On Thursday 28th of June, four Viking Raiders and one young warrior, of Ormsgard Re-enactment Group, will march 20 miles from Woodbridge to Stonham Barns for the History Alive event. Dressed in full Viking-period kit they will be setting off from the Longshed at Woodbridge and make camp for the night at The Orchard Campsite,

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Free water at railway station

Passengers using Ipswich rail station can help themselves to free water after train operator Greater Anglia installed a water fountain, as part of a drive to reduce the number of single-use plastic bottles. The water fountain will be officially opened on Wednesday 27 June, and customers can claim their free water bottle from 7.30am. Greater

Employment Opportunity

Fizzwig Designs, the publishers of Ipswich24 Magazine, currently have a vacancy for a SALES APPRENTICE DO YOU WANT TO EARN AS YOU LEARN? Fizzwig Designs Ltd (the publishers of Ipswich24 Magazine) are looking to recruit an enthusiastic indvidual to join their expanding sales team. The role on offer is an apprenticeship in sales and the

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Hollesley Fete and Fun Dog Show

Hollesley Village Fete has established itself as a “must visit” event in recent years. New to the Fete this year there will be a fire engine for the children to explore and pony rides around the recreation ground. The Suffolk Punch Trust will be bringing a Suffolk Punch Horse in hand. The kid’s zone is

Latitude: Bringing the future to Henham

The award-winning Latitude Festival taking place in Henham Park, Suffolk, gets even bigger as it announces Tomorrow’s World…It Takes A Village, and an ambitious new programme of events looking at visions of the future across our culture. Across Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th July 2018, the programme will include events, installations and new work on

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Historic step in Middy loco restoration

On Sunday 24th The Middy will be testing the rolling chassis of their own loco, no.1604, one of the last working steam locomotives in East Anglia, for the first time since the major restoration began some years ago. 1604 will be coupled to the railway’s special guest locomotive, another Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST very similar in

Record passenger numbers on Suffolk’s rural rail lines

Greater Anglia has revealed figures showing that over the last five years 15% more people in the county are using their local rail lines. Record numbers travelled on Greater Anglia’s East Suffolk Lines train services last year, with the lines recording their highest ever number of passengers. More than 40,000 additional passenger journeys were made

Suffolk Constabulary support Suffolk Day

The county will be celebrating all that Suffolk has to offer tomorrow (Thursday 21 June) and the constabulary will be opening its doors to support the efforts on the big day. From 5pm until 8pm, the constabulary will be opening its museum and inviting members of the public to find out more about the force’s

Sleeping with Anxiety

Sleeping With Anxiety – By Mind Coach & Television Presenter Anna Williamson Anna’s Top 10 Tips 1) Firstly, remember you’re not alone: Being awake when it seems everyone else is asleep can feel the most lonely time, rest assured it isn’t just you! 2) Choose a time: You might not have kept to a bedtime

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