Student Review – Cinderella

Cinderella The Rock ’n’ Roll Panto by Peter Rowe – New Wolsey Theatre till 2nd February This is the perfect panto to put you in the mood for Christmas! The traditional panto we all know and love has taken a spin this year, with the 10th  ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto’ at The New Wolsey! Peter Rowe is the playwright of this extraordinary piece, who, I … Continue reading Student Review – Cinderella

Big Changes Proposed for Felixstowe Community Hospital

When Felixstowe lost the Bartlet the local people were promised that the Felixstowe General would be safe. Now there are moves afoot to change the way the hospital is accessed – especially the walk in Minor Injuries Unit. Although there is no talk at the moment of closing the hospital – is this just the thin end of the wedge? And is it right to … Continue reading Big Changes Proposed for Felixstowe Community Hospital

New Protest Groups Stand Up To Major Development Proposals For Peninsular

Are you worried about the proposals for the Felixstowe Peninsular contained in the Local Plan? Do you feel our councilors are not doing enough to speak for the concerns of local residents? Do you feel it’s time to stand up and say ‘No More’? This week Kirton and Trimley Community Action Group (Kirton Land Grab)  staged a protest outside the Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club where … Continue reading New Protest Groups Stand Up To Major Development Proposals For Peninsular

What’s on Stage And Xmas Lights – Felixstowe Peninsula 30th Nov – 9th Dec

So as we gear up for Christmas – there’s a number of events this week to get you in the mood On Friday 30th Trimley St. Mary – Christmas Tree Switch On at 6.30pm  at the Junction of High Road and New Road, Trimley St. Mary Father Christmas and carols led by Felixstowe Harmonies. Hot chocolate and refreshments. Admission free. Donations will be split between … Continue reading What’s on Stage And Xmas Lights – Felixstowe Peninsula 30th Nov – 9th Dec

Suffolk Carers Fund – Apply Now

Are you supporting a family member or a friend as an unpaid carer, or do you know someone who is? Suffolk Community Foundation are administering a funding grant for activities within communities that enable adult unpaid carers to sustain their caring role by supporting their feelings of wellbeing, choice and control. There is up to £20,000 available – but the deadline to apply is 4th … Continue reading Suffolk Carers Fund – Apply Now

Suffolk Community Foundation Launches ‘Surviving Winter Appeal’

Do you need your winter fuel payment – or could you donate it to someone more needy? Suffolk Community Foundation have launched their annual campaign to help vulnerable people with the cost of heating their homes over winter. It asks people to donate their winter fuel payment, if they can afford to, or simply give money to the appeal and that money is then redistributed … Continue reading Suffolk Community Foundation Launches ‘Surviving Winter Appeal’

Felixstowe Town Council To Fund Resort’s Own PCSO

With police funding cut backs and the closing of Felixstowe Police Station the level of police presence in Felixstowe has become dire. Now the Town Council have decided to spend £68000 over two years to hire a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) from Suffolk Constabulary to put some sort of low level police presence back on the streets of our town. In 2015 two PCSO’s were … Continue reading Felixstowe Town Council To Fund Resort’s Own PCSO

Felixstowe Remembers – Events To Mark The Centenary Of The First World War

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To … Continue reading Felixstowe Remembers – Events To Mark The Centenary Of The First World War

Review – Trial By Laughter

Trial by Laughter by Ian Hislop & Nick Newman – New Wolsey Theatre till 10th November and touring Ian Hislop is probably best known by the general public for his role with Paul Merton in the long running current affairs panel show ‘Have I Got News For You’  – but he is also long term Editor of satirical magazine Private Eye and in the past … Continue reading Review – Trial By Laughter