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16th October 2018

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St Michael’s Church welcomes Suffolk Singers

Suffolk Singers will be providing an evening of music specially selected to complement the wonderful acoustics of lovely St. Michael’s Church in Framlingham. The choir has been established for over 25 years and are on of the most accomplished amateur choirs in the county. They are a mixed choir of just over 30 voices whose

Harvest Festival – St Gregory’s

A Flower and Harvest Festival is being held at St. Gregory’s Church, Hemingstone, Nr. Ipswich on 6th and 7th October from 11am until 4pm. This festival celebrating the Armistice, November 1918, spread over the weekend will touch all our hearts and have a special meaning for many as the theme ‘REMEMBRANCE’ commemorates those who lost

WIN: Tickets to Ipswich Fireworks

Fantastic night of fireworks and family entertainment in store at regions biggest Guy Fawkes event! Organisers of East Anglia’s premier musical fireworks display are pleased to announce details of their 47th fireworks spectacular in Christchurch Park, Ipswich on Saturday 3rd November 2018. East Anglia’s premier party band ‘Soul Kitchen’ will get the party started and

October at The Felixstowe Spa

October and the Spa Pavilion Theatre is hosting no less than seven shows starting with Tassels an evening of Burlesque. The show invites you to leave your inhibitions in the foyer and enter the biggest burlesque extravaganza. A bevy of beautiful stars plus speciality variety artists and of course some truly fabulous costumes – strictly

Bus to be named after Ipswich suffragette

Ipswich suffragette Constance Andrews is to have a bus named after her next month – 100 years after the vote was extended to (some) women. Constance Andrews, who was born in 1864, was a tireless supporter of women’s right to vote and in 1909 formed the Ipswich branch of the national Suffragette movement, the Women’s

Story behind every kiss…

This winter, join us in Ipswich for what will be East Anglia’s once in a lifetime landmark exhibition. Discover the tale behind the lovers in Auguste Rodin’s iconic life-size marble sculpture The Kiss and the work of literature that inspired it, Dante’s Inferno from The Divine Comedy. This monumental artwork, on loan from the Tate,

Finest folk at charity concert

A charity concert featuring some of East Anglia’s finest folk, roots and acoustic rock musicians is taking place this weekend. The big event, on Sunday 30th September, takes place at Cult Cafe on Ipswich Waterfront and is raising funds for the Suffolk Law Centre, the official charity of the Mayor, Jane Riley. The five hours

Sutton Hoo Chicken is tops for Fashion Week

Suffolk’s very own Sutton Hoo Chicken was given top billing last week in a guide on where to eat in London during Fashion Week. The Handbook, a hugely popular ‘where to and who’s who’ online guide, listed its top restaurants to enjoy a meal during Fashion Week and named Thomas’ Cafe based in Burberry’s flagship

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