New Creative Hub in Ipswich Commissions Four Local Artists

New Creative Hub in Ipswich Commissions Four Local Artists

Community Hub Ipswich CIC (CHIp) has gained funding from Suffolk Archives Arrivals Project and Heritage Lottery Fund, to commission original artworks from four culturally diverse artists. As part of Suffolk Archives’ Arrivals Project, CHIp has commissioned four...

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Ipswich Institute Celebrates 200 Years!

Ipswich Institute Celebrates 200 Years!

200 years ago, in November 1824, a public meeting was held in the Ipswich Council Chamber to establish a Mechanic’s Institute, a membership society to spread knowledge to those who had little or no formal education. 200 years later The Ipswich Institute, as it is now...

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Hadleigh Crime Review 22/3/24 – 24/2/24

Hadleigh Crime Review 22/3/24 – 24/2/24

The fair weather inevitably (and unfortunately) brings with it a change in crime trends. Within this period there have been a variety of crimes, these have included the following (in no particular order) :- Arsons and damage to public bins, newly planted trees pulled...

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Capel St Mary Crime Review 3/2/24 – 24/4/24

Capel St Mary Crime Review 3/2/24 – 24/4/24

The fair weather inevitably (and unfortunately) brings with it a change in crime trends. Within this period there have been a variety of crimes in Capel St Mary, these have included the following (in no particular order) :- 2x Theft from motor vehicles, a business...

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The Forget Me Not Cafe

The Forget Me Not Cafe

The Forget Me Not Cafe has continued to get busy over the last few months. Anyone with memory problems, suffering from communication difficulties or has a diagnosis of Dementia is made to feel very welcome but must be accompanied. We offer crafts, various games, and...

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Green Party Backs Charities Calls To Restore Nature 

Green Party Backs Charities Calls To Restore Nature 

Green Party co-leader, Adrian Ramsay, has announced the Party’s plans for an Independent Commission for Nature that would protect nature and ensure the restoration of wildlife habitats. The new watchdog would be created as part of a new "Rights of Nature" Act that...

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Ron Ames Memorial Sports fund

Ron Ames Memorial Sports fund

As a member of the local community you will probably already be aware that earlier this summer Stowmarket lost one of its leading lights, a superstar, a wonderful man called Ron Ames. Born in the Stowupland street fish and chip shop, educated in Stowmarket schools,...

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Ewan Graham Art

Ewan Graham Art

“Unconstrained Retrospective - Defying Categorisation” I’m delighted to announce an exciting inaugural major solo exhibition in Suffolk, featuring original oil paintings and limited-edition Giclee Prints. The exhibition will take place from 2 - 8 May 2024, 10am-5pm at...

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British Country Show – Easter Weekend

British Country Show – Easter Weekend

Come along to the British Country Show Suffolk this Easter Bank Holiday weekend at the wonderful venue Henham Park. Set to be an Easter extravaganza with something for the whole family to enjoy. This year we have some amazing attractions like Jonathan Marshall from...

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Suffolk Singers Choral Workshop  

Suffolk Singers Choral Workshop  

Suffolk Singers are pleased to announce another of our popular Choral Workshops on the theme of unaccompanied madrigals and part-songs to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the death of the composer Charles Villiers Stanford. Under the expert leadership of Claire...

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