Greater Anglia is welcoming back customers – and giving them advice about how to travel safely in the latest stage of the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. From Monday 19 July, the Government is lifting most remaining lockdown restrictions including social distancing and limits on the number of people who can gather indoors or outdoors, as
Live music is back this summer, and there is one band that is certainly celebrating this fabulous news; Coldplace! Coldplace are making an extremely welcome return to the big stage at The Spa Pavillion in Felixstowe on Saturday 17th July, after nearly 18 months away from the bright lights, and they truly cannot wait! “Lockdown
Greater Anglia is helping people travelling by rail to and from the Latitude festival in Suffolk this month by having extra staff on hand at Diss railway station. Latitude is taking place from Thursday 22 to Sunday 25 July at Henham Park, Suffolk, and the nearest rail stations are Diss and Halesworth. Shuttle buses operated
Greater Anglia has increased weekend services on the Norwich to London Liverpool Street intercity service in response to customer feedback. A total of 21 extra services are being added to the intercity service timetable on Saturdays and Sundays. This follows increases to weekday services last month. The reinstated extra services are:Saturday: Norwich to London Liverpool
HRH The Prince of Wales has thanked Hospital Radio Ipswich and other community radio volunteers. His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, has recorded a special programme to say thank you to members of hospital, health and wellbeing radio stations for their work in keeping communities connected and patients entertained during the Coronavirus pandemic. The
Police are reminding people to be wary of online sales following a scam where a man from Ipswich was conned. The victim, a male in his late 20s, put a graphics memory card on a Facebook site for sale and a male agreed to buy it on Monday 28 June. The male attended the address
The multi-award-winning Latitude has confirmed it will welcome a full capacity audience onsite this year. The festival will feature in the latest phase of the UK Government’s Event Research Programme (ERP). Latitude returns to the picturesque grounds of Henham Park, Suffolk, on 22nd-25th July 2021 with headliners Wolf Alice , The Chemical Brothers, Bastille, Bombay
As life continues to return to normal after the lockdown of the past few months, Suffolk police is urging everyone to ensure they enjoy themselves responsibly this summer. With the Covid restrictions having eased considerably over the past six months, there has been a gradual return to socialising both indoors and in our open spaces.
In the lead up to the UEFA European Football Championships, Suffolk Police are urging football fans to enjoy the matches, behave appropriately and respect others. Officers want everyone to have an enjoyable time during the postponed UEFA Euro 2020 that kicks off on Friday (11 June) but are reminding supporters to celebrate safely and responsibly.
After much excitement and intrigue St Elizabeth Hospice has revealed the Big Hoot Ipswich 2022 will be the latest art trail to be held in the town in partnership with creative producers, Wild in Art.The identity of the owl sculptures, which will make up the Big Hoot Ipswich 2022, was recently revealed virtually across St