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22/10/2020

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Railway cafe bar improvements despite restrictions

Greater Anglia has made some changes to its on train catering facilities as a result of the latest government guidance. In line with other hospitality venues, café bar services on the train operator’s Intercity services between Norwich and London must close between 10pm and 5am. Therefore, with immediate effect, there will be no catering service

Win: Superheroes book

Superheroes Don’t Get Scared is an insightful, funny, rhyming tale which encourages children to face their fears and find their inner superpowers.Scared Maisie Brown dreams of being a fearless superhero – because they never get frightened, right? But when Dad and Mum explain that even the strongest, boldest and bravest hero can sometimes feel afraid,

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Win: Colour-in Giant Poster/Tablecloth

For a creative Christmas for the whole family, Eggnogg’s award winning Colour-in Giant Poster/Tablecloths will keep the whole family entertained for hours. Made of durable paper it’s robust enough to be folded away and brought out again and again.Award winning Eggnogg are the colour-in specialists. Graphic designer and illustrator, Kate Edmunds, founded the company six years

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Eye Tests are more important than ever

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is calling on people in the East of England to look after their eyes during this year’s National Eye Health Week [21st – 27th September]. The charity is highlighting the role that high street optometrists can play in eye care, at a time when hospitals are facing

Citizens Advice Ipswich: Seven things to check if you’re at risk of redundancy

Citizens Advice Ipswich has helped people with 740 issues relating to employment issues since lockdown. Pay, redundancy, furlough and contract questions are the top issues it has dealt with during the pandemic. Nicky Wilshere, Chief Officer of Citizens Advice Ipswich, said: “We have helped people with a huge range of issues since lockdown, but we

Transport Museum reopens

Ipswich Transport Museum is delighted to confirm that it will be reopening from Sunday 20th September 2020. The Museum will be operating under reduced hours until further notice; Sundays 11am to 4pm and Wednesdays 1pm to 4pm, commencing Sunday 20th September 2020. The Museum will be operating under COVID-safe rules, including a one way system.

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