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Dunwich Bells Ring Again!

The lost city of Dunwich on the Suffolk Coast, once one of the most important town/ports in the country, was swept into the sea by catastrophic storms in the 13th century and is now just a small village. Medieval homes, businesses and

Wellbeing Suffolk

The Wellbeing Service is an NHS IAPT service which offers a range of psychological therapies to help and support people to manage stress, low mood and anxiety, whatever the cause. We aim to reduce the onset of these difficulties, prevent

Kesgrave Allotment & Leisure Centre Update

One positive outcome of lockdown is that the whole allotment site has never looked so good. My own plot has never been so weed-free and well organised! However, I’ve experienced a new pest this year on my broccoli, cauliflower and Pak Choi

The Two-Minute Duologue Challenge

The world may have slowed down in the last few months, but that's not been the case with your CREATIVITY, which has been quite overwhelming. In April, we launched our One-Minute Monologue Challenge asking for short monologues during

Suffolk Libraries marks Loneliness Week

This week is Loneliness Awareness Week and Suffolk Libraries is highlighting the work it has been doing to tackle loneliness during lockdown and encouraging more conversations about loneliness. Loneliness Awareness Week is an initiative

Suffolk Steps: Paths to the Past on your Doorstep

If you’re looking to stay active and find fun ways to explore your local area this summer, get your walking shoes on and start exploring with Suffolk Steps. Suffolk Steps is a collection of local historic walks and trails developed by