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22/10/2020

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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

Appeal after thefts from Baby Remembrance Tree

Police are appealing for witnesses after thefts from a remembrance tree in Ipswich. The thefts took place sometime between July and 5 September in the Magic Garden area of Holywells Park in the town. Three brass leaves from a remembrance tree sculpture, commissioned by the Ipswich Hospital Baby Bereavement Group, were stolen. Each leaf represents

Pre-lockdown green collections set to restart

Pre-lockdown garden waste collections is set to restart in East Suffolk later this month after being impacted by Covid-19. Following disruptions to garden waste collections in East Suffolk due to Covid-19, the service is now set to return to normal on Monday 28 September, in accordance with the original bin collection dates. This means that

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2020 British Final at Foxhall Stadium

The 2020 British Final will be held at Foxhall Stadium on Saturday 26th September at 7.30pm after the government announced that it would be one of the sporting events used to pilot the safe return of spectators to elite sport.League racing in Britain was cancelled in July without a wheel being turned due to the

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.

Funding for organisations in Suffolk impacted by COVID-19 – last chance to apply

Charities and community organisations in Suffolk who have been struggling to maintain their work or are facing increased demand can now access £500 of funding from Tesco’s COVID19 fund, administered by community charity Groundwork. This funding was opened in April to help organisations that are supporting communities in response to the pandemic. The funding is

What a Carve Up - New Wolsey, Ipswich

Online theatre from New Wolsey – What a Carve Up!

The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich, The Barn Theatre in Cirencester and the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield have announced the world premiere of Henry Filloux-Bennett’s online play What A Carve Up!, based on Jonathan Coe’s critically acclaimed satirical novel. The digital production, which will be directed by Tamara Harvey (Home, I’m Darling), chronicles the

Storm Francis: care needed, says Council

Ipswich Borough Council is advising people to take extra care, particularly in parks and open spaces, with Storm Francis forecast to bring strong winds on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th August. Parks and cemeteries are set to open normally on Tuesday morning but could close at short notice, said a spokesperson: “It is hard to

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