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06/05/2021

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Suffolk Police joins virtual 10k run to honour murdered Met Police officer

Suffolk Police are taking part in a virtual 10k run in memory of Matt Ratana, a Metropolitan Police sergeant who was murdered while on police duty in London last year. On Sunday, 18 April, officers and staff completed the course from Suffolk Police Headquarters to Woodbridge Rugby Club, with some participants running in their local

City Fibre bringing superfast broadband to Ipswich

‘Age in place’ – how full fibre can help us age with dignity

As the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed, with lockdown having separated many of us from our families, friends and colleagues, the ability to stay connected virtually has proven key. From group video calls and quizzes to online shopping, remote learning sessions and virtual fitness classes, we’ve embraced all things digital on an almost universal level. Without

WIN: Book of Unforgettable Recipes

Back in 2018 when Alan Dowthwaite, managing director of Avansa chose Alzheimer’s Society as the company’s charity of the year it hit a chord with Commercial Director Jenny Arnot.Jenny lost her mum to dementia in 2017 and the company’s Sue Gater lost her nan the same year. Therefore people at Avansa had a personal connection

WIN: Best Seller from Danny

The Day The Screens Went Blank is an hilarious middle-grade road-trip adventure from bestselling author Danny Wallace, with illustrations throughout from Gemma Correll.Imagine if all the technology in the world just . . . STOPPED. When ten-year-old Stella wakes up to discover a world full of BLANK screens, her family, town, and in fact the

Beach Huts, Felixstowe

Felixstowe Beach Hut Decision

The Spa Pavilion area of Felixstowe experienced substantial falls in beach levels during the strong Easterly winds of Storm Darcy earlier this year. This is a continuing trend over recent years and has meant that a proposed pilot scheme of installing concrete platforms on which to position the displaced beach huts, would be easily undermined,

Geranium

Plant nursery re-opens

Enjoy a Spring outing to ActivLives plant nursery in Chantry Park, Ipswich, when they re-open to the public on Tuesday 30th March at 10am. They have a wide range of perennials, Geranium and other plants on offer – with bedding and a new range of plants coming in soon. The dedicated team of staff and

National Grid consults with Bramford residents

National Grid is holding a non-statutory public consultation on its proposals to reinforce the electricity network between Bramford, in Suffolk, and Twinstead, in Essex. As offshore wind generation increases, this project is essential to maintaining the resilience of the UK’s electricity networks and is critical to connect more people across East Anglia, and the UK,

Ipswich to take part in Coronavirus National Day of Reflection tomorrow

Ipswich Borough Council is taking part in the National Day of Reflection tomorrow that will remember those who have died from Coronavirus. This day of reflection, led by the charity Marie Curie, takes place on Tuesday 23 March as this is the anniversary of the start of the first national lockdown. Mayor of Ipswich Borough

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