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17th October 2019

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Try the Whole Hog

Set in the glorious Suffolk Countryside the ‘Whole Hog’ has been running for over 13 years and has become a popular fixture in many peoples calendar. It is an obstacle/mud run which takes place on 13th October 2019 at the Wantisden Hall Estate, near Woodbridge. Competitors can choose from either the ‘Whole Hog’ five mile

Hundreds of jobs on offer

If you are looking for a new job or a change in career – this event is for you! A Jobs and Careers Fair is taking place on Thursday 10th October at Ipswich Corn Exchange, with up to 50 companies and organisations offering advice and information about current vacancies and training opportunities. It is all

Thrill at the Mill

This year the Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum, along with the talented AmDram group ‘A Company of Four’ are hosting their first ever ‘Thrill at the Mill’ fright nights this Halloween. Guests will be entertained as the Mill (inside and out) becomes the stage for a selection of haunting characters inspired by the Tide Mill’s grizzly

Autumn/Winter19 at Ipswich Museums

Ipswich Museums are pleased to announce their programme of exhibitions and events from October 2019 to March 2020. The exclusive Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk exhibition will be on show at Christchurch Mansion until 3rd May 2020. The exhibition explores Ed’s journey from Suffolk schoolboy to global superstar and features dozens of personal items never

Autumn at the Spa

At the Spa Pavilion this month, The Three Degrees grace the Felixstowe stage. The original favourite group of Prince Charles, touring internationally for more than 40 years, visit the Spa on Saturday 12th October at 7.30pm. Then, on Saturday 20th, Letz Zep – the official number one tribute to Led Zeppelin, as if you hadn’t

Review: Food Wars

There’s been lots of talk recently about food shortages and empty shelves, about our country not being able to sustain itself with self grown and produced food and it’s reliance on goods imported from other countries. But a new production by Ipswich’s Eastern Angles theatre company shows that this is not something related to current

Vote for Your Favourite Community Project

As part of the East Suffolk Business & Community Awards, the public are invited to vote on the Enabling Communities Award. The finalists for this award have been shortlisted from all the community projects that have received funding from the East Suffolk Enabling Communities Budget or Exemplar Grant over the past 18 months. Voting is

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