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18th February 2020

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Stowmarket Chorale

The choir is looking forward to a Singing Day on the 8th February at Woolpit Village Hall. The chosen music is the iconic and uplifting Verdi’s Requiem. A Singing Day is the perfect opportunity for anyone of any age to join in with people who already know the work and others who have never sung

Head to Stonham for shopping or entertainment

Stonham Barns Leisure & Shopping Village is a bustling family complex filled with an abundance of attractions and activities to suit all, providing a wonderful family experience in the Suffolk Countryside. Great family events are hosted throughout the year in the Showground, Barn and Theatre. On Saturday 8th February from 9.30am until 1.30pm back again

Spring at the New Wolsey

This Spring, join the New Wolsey Theatre as they present the hilarious musical, murderous romp Burke and Hare, a new version by Tom Wentworth. Plus read on for more great shows coming to the venue.

Preschool project to bring the community together

Supported by funding from East Suffolk Council, a new intergenerational event launched this week bringing preschool children together with older members of the Nacton and Bucklesham community. East Suffolk ward councillors for Orwell and Villages, Cllrs Richard Kerry and Melissa Allen donated £200 from their Enabling Communities Budgets to the Nacton and Bucklesham Under 5s

New Play: The World Turned Upside Down

A new play by Red Rose Chain follows a group of young people growing up in Puritan, Ipswich who begin to question what is happening and challenge the persecution which is turning their world upside down. Ipswich theatre company, Red Rose Chain is celebrating after being awarded £95,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund towards

Film & Jazz at the Library

Film director Tim Curtis will be showing previously unseen film shot for ‘Life on the Deben’ at Woodbridge Library in February. The film, followed last Autumn by the book of the same title, has rapidly become a local favourite. Inevitably, though, some scenes ended up on the cutting-room floor. Some of these will be shown

Ipswich Northern Bypass Statement

The Leader of East Suffolk Council, Cllr Steve Gallant, has issued the following statement on the Ipswich Northern Bypass: “Having studied the findings from the strategic outline business case and the public consultation, I can confirm that East Suffolk Council does not support the proposals for the new Ipswich Northern Route. I have been clear

Bars & Pubs tackle anti-social behaviour

Local businesses and organisations have come together to create ‘Barwatch’; a digital system that allows bars, clubs and pubs in Ipswich to share information about anti-social behaviour amongst each other and with Suffolk Constabulary, Ipswich Central and Ipswich Borough Council.

Networking for Mums in Business

A new business networking group for mothers in business has opened in Ipswich. The child-friendly group, run by the Mums in Business Association, aims to give business advice on topics such as cash-flow and attracting new customers and to provide support on the practicalities of running a business around your family. The Mums in Business

February at Felixstowe Spa

The nights are still dark but there’s some great entertainment lined up at Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion, including tributes to The Bee Gees, Queen plus the ever popular Jive Aces (all in the first week or so). Read on for even more.

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