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13/01/2021

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Suffolk continue with ‘inquisitive’ approach

Suffolk Constabulary is re-iterating its warning that police officers will continue to be more inquisitive as the latest lockdown measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus continues. The force will continue to engage, encourage and explain first, but where people are blatantly flouting the rules officers will issue fines and that approach will continue

New Wolsey Panto 2020

Review: Snow Queen Panto

Christmas time traditionally means it’s Panto Season…. but what to do when you are faced with a global pandemic with restrictions on how many people can work closely together and the proximity of audiences? Well when you are one of the country’s most imaginative theatres, like Ipswich’s New Wolsey, you think differently and adapt! This

£503,747 lifeline for Suffolk cultural organisations

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Arts Council England has today announced further awards from its £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund: £58.9million has been awarded through the Fund’s Capital Kickstart grants programme, and over £165million has been offered through the Repayable Finance programme. The Capital Kickstart grants will help cultural organisations across

Out Load Charity donation

£37,000+ of funding for Ipswich charity

The Out Loud Music CIC (Community Interest Company) has received £37,020 of funding raised through Health Lottery East and distributed by People’s Health Trust for their two-year project for young people with additional needs living in the Ipswich area. The two-year project, iRock Weekend Workshops, is an extension of an existing weekly project that delivers

christmas shoppers

Shop local this Christmas

With the lock-down lifted shoppers across East Suffolk can now look forward to returning to the high street in the run up to Christmas. With East Suffolk categorised as Tier 2 (high alert), non-essential shops, personal care businesses, gyms and the wider leisure sector are now reopened. This news will no doubt come as a

Opportunity to see Ipswich Christmas lights

This year the public can drive through Ipswich town centre on one evening in December to enjoy the Christmas lights. The scheme, which is usually aimed at Disabled Blue Badge Holders, has been extended to include all members of the public for the first time in 27 years. Between 6pm and 9pm on Sunday 13

Voting safely in next year’s elections

East Suffolk Council is preparing to help residents stay safe when casting their votes in next year’s local elections. East Suffolk residents will go to the polls to have their say on who they want to represent them at Suffolk County Council and as the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner on Thursday 6 May 2021.

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