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24th February 2020

What’s On – January

Wed 1st, Sat 4th, Sun 5th Jan
Dick Whittington, Spa Pavilion, Felixstowe. Book 01394 284962

Wed 1st Jan
Steam and Light, your first steam train ride of the year and visit the Historical Lighting Association’s displays with lamps which range from ornamental to industrial, lamps from various countries – England, Europe and America and covering the last 160 years.Entry prices: adult £10, child (under 16)  £5, concession £8, family (2+2) £25, 11am-3pm at Mid Suffolk Light Railway, Brockford Station, Wetheringsett, Suffolk IP14 5PW

Thurs 2nd-Fri 31st Jan
ArtLib – Photo Canvasses by Richard Mitchell, Woodbridge Library.

Fri 3rd Jan
Hadleigh Market, range of local stallholders bringing their fruit and veg, award winning bread, fresh fish, spices, baked pastries, plants, hot coffee and tasty street food to the market place, 9am-2pm.

Sat 4th Jan
Sequence Dance to music by Michael & Sylvia (CDs) 7.45pm – 11pm. Bar, Draw, Refreshments. Members £5 Guests £6. Sidegate Lane Community Centre, Ipswich  IP4 4HZ

Sun 5th Jan
Last Night of the Proms, with Gippeswyk Singers & Martlesham Brass. 7pm. St Michael’s Church, Martlesham. Tickets £5

Ipswich RSPB Local Group Field Meeting to Manningtree and Mistley for waders and wildfowl . Meet at 10.00am at Manningtree Maltings. Map ref TM109319. 3 hours. 2 miles. Contact 01473 258791. All welcome.

Wed 8th Jan

Talk: The Trinity House (Lighthouse) Story, Suffolk Industrial Archaeology Society meeting. At Ipswich Transport Museum, Cobham Road, Ipswich, 7.30-9.30pm. Further Information: 01473 405116

Thurs 9th Jan

Ipswich RSPB Group Indoor Meeting.  ‘Rural and Wildlife Crime’ an illustrated talk by Lee Andrews-Pearce, Suffolk Police Rural and Wildlife Crime Officer.  Rushmere St Andrew Church Hall, The Street, Rushmere, Ipswich, IP5 1DH. 7.30pm. Admission: Local Group members £2.50 (concessions apply). Non-Members £5.00. Under 18s free. Contact 07887770942. All welcome.

Fri 3rd Jan

Hadleigh Market, range of local stallholders bringing their fruit and veg, award winning bread, fresh fish, spices, baked pastries, plants, hot coffee and tasty street food to the market place, 9am-2pm.

Tues 14th Jan

Ipswich RSPB Local Group Midweek Walk round Holywells Park Ipswich (including Conservation Area). Meet at 10.00am at Old Stable Block off Cliff Lane. Approx 2 hrs. Map ref TM176432. Contact 01473 714839. All welcome.

Sat 18th Jan

Surgery Caroline Page, County Councillor for Woodbridge, at Woodbridge Library 9-11am

Mon 20th Jan

Ipswich Transport Society meeting. Topic: Grey’s Coaches of Ely with speaker Richard Grey at Greenfinch Church Hall, Greenfinch Ave, Ipswich, 7.30pm, £2ph. Further info 01473 405116

Tues 21st Jan

Just Like That – The Tommy Cooper Show, Stonham Barns Leisure and Shopping Village, Pettaugh Rd, Stonham Aspal, 3pm. For more information go to www.stonhambarns.co.uk or call 01449 711111

Wed 22nd Jan

Chair Based Exercise Class, Fun, inclusive class which incorporates strengthening, stretching, breathing and relaxation exercises, all of which are carried out from a seated position. Thereafter the class will run every Wednesday at 11.30am. Entry £5. At The Oddfellows Hall 37 High Street Ipswich For more details ring Lynne 01473 251867

Sat 25th Jan

Ryan Gooding – The Modern Medium. Stonham Barns Leisure and Shopping Village, Pettaugh Road, Stonham Aspal, IP14 6AT, 8pm. For more information go to www.stonhambarns.co.uk or call 01449 711111

Coffee Morning, St Mary’s Church Room, Bramford, 1am-12 noon.

Wed 29th Jan

Talk: Through the Eye of the Camera, The Ipswich & District Historical Transport Society.  WW1 photography. At The Salvation Army Citadel 558 Woodbridge Road Ipswich, 7.30pm. Visitors welcome.

Entrance via rear door

Fri 31st Jan

Live Music: Geoff Lakeman and Rob Murch, Everyman Folk Club, The Riverside Centre, Gt Glemham Road, Stratford St Andrew, Saxmundham, from 7.30pm