Charlie Landsborough On Tour

Country Music Association’s Hall of Fame Star CHARLIE LANDSBOROUGH makes a welcome return to Britain this April and May 2019 for a Nationwide Tour.   Hear all the hits – including: My Forever Friend, I Will Love You All My Life, What Colour Is the Wind, Special, Shine Your Light, Five Fingers and more. Charlie has also …

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Make A Date For Last Tango in Whitby

Stowmarket Operatic and Dramatic Society are bringing a little slice of Mike Harding to town with the hilarious comedy Last Tango in Whitby in May 2019. The play tells the story of an unexpected spark of mutual attraction between Pat and Phil while Pat enjoys a charabanc trip to Whitby. …

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Suffolk Walking Festival

Now in its 12th year, the Suffolk Walking festival (May 11 to June 2) has established itself as one of Britain’s premier walking festivals with over 120 walks and events across our county. Last year all walkers collectively walked 24 million steps over 23 days across Suffolk! The 2019 festival …

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London To Brighton For Guide Dogs For The Blind

Jacqueline Jones of Kesgrave and Christina Edwards of Ipswich have decided to challenge themselves by walking 63 miles from London to Brighton. The pair, who are out training nearly every day, are taking on one of the action challenges arranged by the Ultra Challenge Team and are walking continually through the …

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Spring Events For Headway Suffolk

SPRING EVENTS TO MARK 5 YEARS OF HEADWAY SUFFOLK: Thursday, April 11: Quiz Night at St Georges House, Bury St Edmunds Saturday, April 27: Cycle Ride and Walk at Epsilon House, Ipswich Brain injury charity Headway Suffolk is marking its fifth anniversary year by hosting two fundraising events in spring …

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Colchester’s Biggest Party Returns In May!

St Helena’s Midnight Walk returns this May with a tropical Hawaiian theme and two brand new routes – and registration is open. The Midnight Walk will take place on Saturday, May 11, starting and finishing at Severalls Business Park, Colchester, and once again, men are also invited along with women …

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More Officers For Suffolk

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has increased the policing element of the council tax by £2 a month (for a Band D property) for this new financial year. This will see 29 extra police officers across the county, 24 civilian investigators, a share of 45 police staff with …

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Martlesham Heath Control Tower Museum

Martlesham Heath Control Tower Museum opens for the season on the afternoon of Sunday, April 1. Learn the story of this fascinating airfield from 1917 to 1963, from The Royal Flying Corps to The Jet Age, with everything in-between. The museum is then open every Sunday afternoon from Sunday, April 7 …

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Canine Creche Group’s Puppy Social Club

Research has shown that the top reason for rehoming a dog is due to behaviour problems. The Dogs Trust has recorded that 49% of owners state their dog shows behavioural signs of fear when they hear loud noises and our Canine Creche facilities have all reported that anxious puppies and …

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