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19th July 2019

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Preventing anti-social behaviour at Latitude


Visitors to this week’s Latitude Festival are encouraged to stay safe and avoid the risks associated with harmful drugs. In 2016, the former Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils (now East Suffolk Council) took a proactive step towards tackling anti-social behaviour, by banning the possession and consumption of ‘legal highs’ at the Latitude Festival. Working

Stowmarket Carnival 2019

This year is the 58th Stowmarket Carnival and the event, which is run by just a small team of only 9 volunteers, has proved a firm favourite in the town’s event calendar. The Carnival starts on the 20th July with an amazing procession which will leave PPG car park at around 12.30pm and travel along

Latitude update from Greater Anglia

Greater Anglia is helping people travelling by rail to and from the Latitude festival in Suffolk this week, by giving them more time to get off the train with their tents and wellies and with extra staff on hand at stations. Latitude is taking place from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 July at Henham Park,

Folk East 2019

FolkEast will appear once again, like Suffolk’s very own Brigadoon, on the Glemham Hall estate for three blissful days on the 16th, 17th and 18th August 2019. The line-up is hand-picked from first class national, international and local folk artists performing across seven stages.  This year orgainisers are delighted to welcome Richard Thompson, Cara Dillon and Karine

Country Fayre & Dog Show this weekend

The Old Newton Country Fayre and Dog Show takes place on Sunday 14th July at the Village Hall, and boasts a fun-filled day that celebrates the very best of our rural countryside community. Join in the dog show with Pedigree and Fun Classes, Paws of Parham Dog Agility and Have a Go. Classic cars display

Exhibition: Ed Sheehan – Made in Suffolk

A unique exhibition on the life of Ed Sheeran will open in Ipswich this summer to coincide with the Suffolk singer-songwriter playing four “coming home” concerts in the town. The nine-month exhibition is entitled “Ed Sheeran: Made in Suffolk” and features portraits by renowned artist Colin Davidson, photography by Mark Surridge and personal items portraying

Bobby Robson Saved My Life

A new play, Bobby Robson Saved My Life, is coming to the Ipswich Regent Theatre on Wednesday 31st July; inspired by Sir Bobby’s life and legacy, and on the 10th year anniversary of his passing. Written by playwright Tom Kelly, the play explores how one person can have a dramatic effect on another without even

July at Stonham Barns

Stonham Barns Leisure & Shopping Village is a bustling family complex filled with an abundance of attractions and activities to suit all, providing a wonderful family day out in the Suffolk Countryside. Great family events are hosted throughout the year. On Friday 5th and Saturday 6th July celebrity psychic medium Derek Acorah will be live

Feel the Force at Felixstowe’s Spa

July begins with a hugely popular show – The Neil Diamond Experience on Saturday 6th July from 7.30pm with the official UK #1 Neil Diamond tribute singer Dominic Kaye. All the hits including; America, Forever in Blue Jeans, Cracklin Rosie and so much more. Then another powerhouse performance from This Is Me – A Tribute to Shirley

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