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21st September 2018

Suffolk News

Golf: Local firms needed to tee off for charity

A Charity Golf Day at Woodbridge Golf Club on Monday 22nd October, will benefit two local charities. The tournament, run in association with Clip ‘n’ Climb Ipswich and Suffolk Facilities Management, is open to 18 teams of 4 and promises to be a great day of relaxed networking and fun, starting with breakfast from 8.30am

Police support Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week

Suffolk Police are urging victims of adult abuse to seek help as they support a national awareness campaign to highlight the issue. Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week, which takes place this week, aims to raise awareness of how to recognise the different types of adult abuse and what to do if you think someone is being

Women’s Golf Day – that’s not a golf day!

A new kind of fun, informal golf experience for women – aimed at breaking down barriers that often prevent women from giving golf a try – will take place at Woodbridge Golf Club this month, in support of local bereavement support charity, Cruse Suffolk. A passionate golfer, but still relatively new to the game, Jane

Sing out Saturdays

It’s been an amazing summer this year, even if it has been a little too hot and dry at times. The good news is that autumn is on its way, a season of cool mists and fruitful mellowness. It’s a time of change when many people think of taking up a new hobby. Have you

Work starts on railway extension

On Sunday 26th at 12.45 The Middy staged a small ceremony for the ‘Cutting of the ‘First Sod’ with the railway’s President Mr. Tony Alston and Mr Rob Patten from TES 2000 Ltd, railway contractors, who are helping with advice and equipment. A train full of well wishers witnessed Mr. Patton, the Project Manager for

War Memorial unveiled at Middy

On Monday 27th August The Middy held a service of remembrance to dedicate the new memorial to MSLR staff who were killed on active service in the First World War. When the war broke out in 1914 there were some 60 staff working on the Middy. Of those who answered the call to the colours

Vote for your favourite park

The experts had their say when Felixstowe Seafront Gardens were given the prestigious Green Flag Award in July – now you can have your say with the People’s Choice Award. The Award Scheme is asking the nation to vote for their favourite park or green space to decide which should receive the People’s Choice Award

Ipswich Memory Walk

People across the generations are being called on to unite against dementia by signing up for Alzheimer’s Society’s very first Memory Walk in Ipswich on Sunday 2nd September 2018. Debbie Foster, Alzheimer’s Society operations manager for Norfolk and Suffolk, said, “Dementia is now the UK’s biggest killer, with someone developing it every three minutes. “We’re

Suffolk Yacht Harbour at Boat Show

Suffolk Yacht Harbour (SYH), along with six of its onsite marine businesses, will be attending the Southampton Boat Show from 14th until 23rd September. The portfolio of companies will be showcasing everything from boat building to marina berthing, sail making, rigging, marine electronics, stainless steel fabrication and sailing school courses. SYH is the east coast’s

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