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Popular Afternoon Tea Walk Series Continues

The latest in the series of “Afternoon Tea Walks” arranged by the Ipswich Tourist Guides, takes place on Monday 29th January. Entitled “An Ipswich Almanac” the walk explores some of the major – and some of the quirky – events and happenings in Ipswich’s 1500 year history that helped shape …

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Kesgrave Allotments Association

Words by Becki Ritson Happy New Year to you all! 2018 is stretching out in front of us now, full of possibilities, with all its potential as yet untapped. What will it bring for you, I wonder? On the allotment, this time of year is one of waiting and dreaming …

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Home-Start Annual Ball

Following the huge success of the ball last year, when an excellent time was had by all, Home-Start in Suffolk will be hosting their third annual Snowflake Ball at Kesgrave Hall, Milsoms on Friday 18th May 2018. Guests will enjoy an arrival drink, a sumptuous three-course dinner and coffee, followed …

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Sherlock Holmes & The Hooded Lance

For those who fancy a bonkers, surreal and hilarious alternative to panto, head for Common Ground Theatre Company’s touring production of Sherlock Holmes and The Hooded Lance, which runs from Friday 15th December to Saturday 13th January. The show visits The Seckford Theatre on December 15th and 16th, John Peel …

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Orwell Singers

It’s been a year of celebration and charity for The Orwell Singers, the friendly ladies choir based in Ipswich. Their latest success was a charity concert for FIND (Families in Need) at Museum Street Methodist Church. Joined by pupils from St Helen’s Primary School and Copleston High School, the choir …

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Anthems For Advent

Gippeswyk Singers are delighted to present Anthems for Advent, a concert featuring special guests Nightingale Wind Quintet conducted by Geoff Lavery. Gippeswyk Singers invite you to join them for an evening of uplifting music, to celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season, including beautiful anthems and carols, a superb organist, …

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Ipswich Wanderers FC

Words from Keith Lloyd The long-running saga of appointing a new first team manager at Wanderers has ended with the appointment of Mark Benterman. Mark replaces Shane Wardley who took the club to a top half league finish last season. Mark was manager of Debenham FC and Halstead Town and …

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Talitha Koum Hope Centre

Talitha Koum Hope Centre are delighted to announce that Talitha Koum Hope Centre is now open and ready to welcome women, who have recently been through detox to come to them for recovery and rehabilitation. The Hope Centre has therapeutic relational community living at its heart and as a centre …

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The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm

The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm in Playford Lane, Rushmere St Andrew, held its annual guided farm tour on Saturday 30th September from 10am to noon. The tour was open to all and a donation of £5 per adult was requested. Accompanied children were able to visit free of charge. …

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