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17th January 2020

Ipswich News

Quiz Night raises over £4,000 for Children in Need

One of the region’s biggest ever quiz events managed to raise an incredible amount for this year’s BBC Children in Need appeal. The Hearing Care Centre, joined forces with BBC Radio Suffolk for The Big Suffolk Quiz held on Sunday 10th November 2019. Presented by BBC radio presenter Mark Murphy, the evening was attended by

Autumn Concert – Ipswich Symphony Orchestra

Following Ipswich Symphony Orchestra’s last very successful season ISO performs works by Delius, Elgar and Dvorak at Ipswich Corn Exchange on Saturday 30th November. The Violin Concerto is one of Elgar’s finest and most enthralling works. The soloist, Benjamin Baker, was born in New Zealand, later studying at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal

Tudor Christmas Experience

Experience a Tudor-style Christmas with a guided tour of Otley Hall. This stunning 16th century building is rich in English history. The tour is followed by homemade mulled wine and delicious festive nibbles in the Great Hall. Candle lit rooms, roaring log fires and beautifully decorated trees, what a wonderful way to begin the festive

Book art featured in Sailmakers craft fair

Craftworkers from across Suffolk will hold their November Craft Fair at Sailmakers Shopping Centre this weekend. Home of Suffolk Arts And Crafts (HOSAAC), the co-operative of local craftworkers, will be there this Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4pm with stalls selling locally-made pottery, home-sewn goods, book crafts, photographs and prints, jewellery and glass and

Expansion at Owl Sanctuary

Over the last year, staff and volunteers have been leading a double life! Not only have they been carrying out their usual variety of falconry duties ensuring the efficient running of the sanctuary and raptor hospital, but they have also been working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring a whole new dimension to the visitor

Head to Hadleigh for some festive delights

Are you looking for an extra special Christmas present or a treat for yourself?  Then come along to the Craft & Food Fair at Hadleigh, Suffolk.  This hugely popular fair, organised by Hadleigh Market Feoffment Charity, will take place in the beautiful surroundings of the Town Hall/Guildhall Complex, Hadleigh, Suffolk on Sunday 3rd November 2019

Alexander – All Mouth & Some Trousers

Alexander Armstrong embarks on his first ever stand-up tour with ‘All Mouth and Some Trousers’. It will take him to 18 venues around the UK, kicking off in Coventry on the 3rd November and ending in Northampton on 24th November. In his hilarious new one-man show, Alexander Armstrong bares all, taking us through the strange

Operation Dark Nights

Police in Suffolk have launched an operation to improve road safety and reduce collisions as the darker nights set in. Collision rates tend to increase at this time of year and police are warning drivers to be prepared for the change in conditions as the clocks go back on Sunday (27 October). Officers will be

Half Term at Baylham House Farm

It is always a pleasure to visit Baylham House Farm and just before they close at the end of the season it’s going to be even more fun. For the Halloween themed autumn half term week – Spooky Spectacular! Baylham House Farm is open every day and each child will be able to have a

Rock n Roll Panto

This year, the New Wolsey Theatre is thrilled to present Aladdin – the Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto. This year marks the fifth year Ipswich Building Society have sponsored the New Wolsey Theatre’s sell-out pantomime. Written by Peter Rowe, and performed in the New Wolsey Theatre’s iconic actor-musician style Aladdin – The Rock’n’Roll Panto will be

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