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17th January 2020

Woodbridge News

Travel Company & School support Tree Planting

Woodbridge-based Deben Travel recently planted trees at Suffolk’s Royal Hospital School (RHS) as part of the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fight Back. Deben Travel approached RHS after reading about the school’s Grow with Us scheme which includes planting a tree for every child who joins. The travel company have long been aware of the contribution

Lottery award for beautiful places

A joint application from the Suffolk Coast & Heaths and Dedham Vale Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of 15 to be awarded a share of £7.4million from the National Lottery. The project will celebrate the 50th anniversary of both areas, which were formally designated in 1970, and will encourage residents and visitors

Christmas trains

Rail passengers are reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year so they’re aware of earlier last train times on Christmas Eve and timetable changes due to bank holidays and engineering works. Revised timetables are available in the “service alterations” section of the Greater Anglia website, or on the Greater Anglia app

Come meet Santa at Suffolk Punch Trust

Come and meet Santa in the stables at The Suffolk Punch Trust on Friday 13th, Saturday 14th or Sunday 15th December. As well as meeting Santa in his farmyard grotto visitors young and old will be able to meet the animals up close in the Christmas Farmyard. To keep children amused there will also be

Railway Smart app upgrade

Greater Anglia has cut down the time it takes for commuters to buy and collect a smart season ticket with a further upgrade of its ticket buying app. The Greater Anglia app was upgraded earlier this year to offer ‘Remote Ticket Download’ on Android devices and has now been further improved to include iPhones. This

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

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

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

2019 East Suffolk Business and Community Award Winners

The 2019 East Suffolk Business & Community Awards took place on Thursday 3rd October at The Hangar, Kesgrave Hall. Organised by East Suffolk Council, the Awards celebrated a vast array of business and community successes and initiatives from the last 18 months. The evening was hosted for the fifth time by Steve Allen, the comedian,

Thrill at the Mill

This year the Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum, along with the talented AmDram group ‘A Company of Four’ are hosting their first ever ‘Thrill at the Mill’ fright nights this Halloween. Guests will be entertained as the Mill (inside and out) becomes the stage for a selection of haunting characters inspired by the Tide Mill’s grizzly

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