Win: Photo Creator Instant Pocket Printer

Canal Toys, a renowned leader in the toy industry, is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest innovation: The Photo Creator Instant Pocket Printer.  This printer is part of Canal Toys’ highly successful Photo Creator Range, which is known for offering the best in instant print cameras. The Photo Creator Range has established itself…

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Ipswich News

Good new for University of Suffolk

The University of Suffolk is the joint highest climber in this year’s Complete University Guide league table – shooting up 22 places. The Complete University Guide 2025 table now puts the University of Suffolk in 58th position nationally out of 130 institutions. It is the third successive year the university has climbed by 20 places…

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The Beat The Street Ipswich game enters it’s “Go Travel” week

Players in the Beat the Street Ipswich game can clock up double points on Beat Boxes around traditional commuting hours. This week is ‘Go Travel’ week where people are encouraged to think about walking or cycling to work or school rather than taking the car. All Beat Boxes will be giving out double points from…

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Review: Community Service

Community Service is a story inspired by the life of a community hero Trevor Prince. Back in the 1980s Trevor was an aspiring gospel guitarist living in the Birmingham, he went on to become one of the Midland’s first Black Police officers, this brought him into conflict on the streets as well as within his…

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Review: Richard, My Richard

Forget everything you thought you knew about Richard III.   Richard, My Richard is a brand-new play written by Phillipa Gregory, a first for this amazing author who is more well known for her incredible historical novels.  Phillipa explains in the programme, that a lot of what we are led to believe about Richard III…

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Talk on the 1939 Register

On Monday 18th May the Alde Valley Suffolk Family History Group will hear a talk on ‘The 1939 Register’ by Dr Penny Walters. The England and Wales 1939 Register was devised to produce 40 million Identity Cards during World War II, when rationing was introduced. The information recorded provides a huge bridge between the last…

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Basil Brown Memorial Lecture

The recent archaeological excavations at Rendlesham in Suffolk have revealed details of the royal settlement of the Anglo-Saxon kings of East Anglia during the 7th and 8th centuries. If you found the results of these excavations exciting and intriguing, then here is the opportunity to learn more about this fascinating period of English history and…

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Felixstowe Mayor to cycle ‘Coast-to-Coast’

The Mayor of Felixstowe, Cllr Seamus Bennett, will cycle almost 400 miles on a sponsored bike ride this weekend to raise money in support of four Felixstowe-local charities, BOOST Felixstowe, Felixstowe Coast Patrol and Rescue, Felixstowe NCI and Pushchair Pitstop.  The ride will start in St. David’s, the UK’s smallest city and the most westerly…

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Woodbridge Library to celebrate new children’s library

Woodbridge Library are holding a special celebration event this week to formally open their new children’s library. The new area is one of the busiest areas of the library where children of all ages and their parents gather to look for books and take part in regular activities including weekly Stay and Play, Rhyme and…

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