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19th July 2018

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Stowmarket’s 22nd Beer & Brewing Fest

The Museum of East Anglian Life is back with the 22nd Festival of Beer and Brewing from Thursday 5th ­– Saturday 7th July 2018. Excitement is brewing for Stowmarket’s favourite event, set within the Museum’s stunning 13th Century barn. The fun and friendly atmosphere attracts visitors from all over East Anglia every year, celebrating the

July at Stonham Barns

Summer has arrived and at Stonham Barns during July there is lots to do for the whole family. There is the History Alive on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July with thrilling combat displays, living history encampments from Viking warriors to American settlers. Re-enactment groups and demonstrations, periodic music and entertainment, craft stalls, fun

Signing in at the Owl Barn

The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary’s beautiful owls, other birds of prey and pretty grounds have become a favourite destination for a huge diversity of visitors. Children, students, parents, teenagers and the elderly all find elements of the centre appealing. The sanctuary is constantly striving to ensure that all areas of the site are interesting and accessible

Elmer’s Herd is growing

Schools and youth groups are being invited to get a free young Elmer sculpture and join Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, coming to Ipswich next summer. The campaign, run by St Elizabeth Hospice, will see fifty large Elmer sculptures displayed around Ipswich town centre and waterfront, with 100 ‘young Elmers’ joining the parade too, all in

EAST Sails into Lottery Awards finals

Disabled sailing charity, EAST (East Anglian Sailing Trust), is riding on the crest of a wave and is appealing for votes after reaching the finals of the National Lottery Awards – the annual search for the UK’s favourite National Lottery-funded projects. EAST is competing in the Best Sport Project category. The project beat off stiff

Paddington Bear Coins

The Royal Mint has revealed two new commemorative coins to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Paddington Bear’s first adventure in A Bear Called Paddington. This launch is just the start of a series of exciting adventures for Britain’s favourite bear with the Royal Mint. Paddington fans can follow his journey at www.royalmint.com/paddington and #AllChangeAtPaddington. First

Best spots to read in Suffolk

• Pictured above children read in Holywells Park, Ipswich The best spots to enjoy reading a book in the county of Suffolk have been declared by school children as part of a Suffolk Day challenge set by local reading charity Beanstalk. The charity, which trains and supports reading helpers to provide one-to-one help to children in

Your Museum needs you!

A community project looking at how Ipswich responded to the end of the First World War wants local people to supply stories, photographs and medals. “Ipswich and the Armistice: unlocking the hidden history of the town” has been created by Ipswich Museums and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Not only will it explore how

Giant inflatable wonderland comes to Suffolk

The world’s longest continuous inflatable obstacle course bounces into Suffolk this weekend. Ipswich’s Trinity Park is the location for the Labyrinth Challenge, an inflatable wonderland for all the family featuring 30 attractions, a mini-course for the younger ones and a giant air-filled assault course for those brave enough to take it on. Tickets are selling

Charity golf day

Deben Rotary’s Charity Golf Day, is taking place on Thursday 19th July 2018 at St Audrys Golf Club in the picturesque market town of Woodbridge. Organised by Deben Rotary Club in conjunction with St Audrys Golf Club, the Charity Golf Day supports East Anglian’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) and local rotary supported charities. Teams will be

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