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24th April 2017

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Ipswich children name port terminal

An official naming ceremony has been held to celebrate the opening of a new bulk warehouse terminal at the Port of Ipswich worth £2.2 million. The new terminal, which will provide state-of-the-art facilities to ABP customers, has been opened by Ben Gummer MP at the Port of Ipswich. Named the Cliff Bulk Terminal, it replaces

Stowmarket’s Spring Musical Comedy

Tickets are on sale for SODS’ sparkling spring musical comedy, ‘Mame’, which will run at Stowmarket’s Regal Theatre from Wednesday 10 – Sunday 13 May at 7.30pm plus a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Written by Simon Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee, with music & lyrics by Jerry Herman, this is a show packed with

Suffolk patients now have more GP appointments available

People living in East Suffolk who need to see a doctor after work, at weekends or Bank Holidays can now access up to twice as many GP appointments. Suffolk GP Federation has secured funding to expand its GP+ extended hours service, which has been running in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds. The extra money has

The Mid & West Suffolk Show

Stonham Barns is ready for another busy year full of a variety of events for all the family. Back again this year is their largest show the Mid & West Suffolk Show which is being held on Sunday 30th April and Monday 1st May. This exciting fun packed two-day programme has many people coming back

Lion’s Club of Ipswich Art Show

The Lions Club of Ipswich will again be hosting their annual Art Show at the beautiful Tithe Barn in Sproughton this May. The Show opens on Friday 26th May with a special Cheese and Wine Preview Evening. Tickets are just £7 and will offer a fantastic opportunity for visitors on the night to be the

Speeding drivers to be targeted in Europe-wide campaign

Police in Suffolk will be targeting speeding drivers as part of a week-long enforcement campaign. Officers will be speaking with drivers during the campaign; aiming to highlight dangers of speeding and the consequences that driving above the limit can have through education and enforcement. The Europe-wide campaign, co-ordinated by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network,

New Season at Fort

Set at Suffolk’s most southerly point, the Landguard Peninsula at Felixstowe is making final preparations for the start of the main 2017 visitor opening season. Landguard Fort will be reopening from Saturday 1 April, then daily until Sunday 29 October, 1000-1700. Felixstowe Museum reopens on Wednesday 12 April, then Sunday 16 April to Sunday 29

Book Day Quiz Evening

Reading for pleasure is a globally recognised indicator in a huge range of social issues from poverty to mental health. That’s one of the reasons why Woodbridge Library works so hard to inspire more and more people – from the youngest children upwards – to read. At any one time about 10,000 books are out

Woodbridge Town Council mourns loss of former Mayor

Russell Geen was born and lived in Woodbridge for most of his life and was known to many people in the Town. He was elected to the newly formed Woodbridge Town Council in 1976 and served for a period of 35 years being re-elected every four years. During his long service to Woodbridge Russell was

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