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16th September 2019

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Woodbridge Tide Mill launches Children’s craft sessions during August

Woodbridge Tide Mill, an integral piece of Suffolk’s rich heritage, is launching summer craft sessions ‘Crafty mornings at the mill.’ The ‘Crafty mornings at the mill’ take place between 10am- 12pm on Tuesday August 13th and Wednesday August 28th. The events give children the opportunity to create their very own mini water wheels, explore the

Review: Romeo & Juliet

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes on a whole new lease of life this summer as Red Rose Chain make the romantic classic the focus of their attention for this years Theatre in the Forest. Again Joanna Carrick has sprinkled her creative fairy dust on another of Shakespeare’s original texts, and the result is something rather

Pete Tong at Newmarket Nights

Rounding up a fantastic couple of weeks of Newmarket Nights announcements, with more due in the New Year, The Jockey Club Live and Newmarket Racecourses are delighted to welcome PETE TONG & THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA performing Ibiza Classics on Friday 2nd August 2019.  There are few individuals in the world of dance music who can

Rail company urges passengers not to travel unless necessary in hot weather

Greater Anglia is advising customers not to travel unless absolutely necessary tomorrow – as the company is due to run a heavily reduced service to prevent tracks from being damaged in predicted record-breaking temperatures. The temperature is forecast to hit a high of 38 degrees Celsius in parts of the region. Network Rail is warning

Bin collections in hot weather

Ipswich residents are being asked to put their bins out the night before during this extra hot weather – it means the collection crews can start a little earlier and stagger their rounds. With the mercury rising above 30 degrees Celsius, the Borough Council believes the crews could avoid the hottest part of the day

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