Felixstowe Book Festival – 27th June – 1st July

Well, Felixstowe Book Festival has already kicked off – featuring an opening event with novelists Amanda Craig and Sally Vickers on Wednesday in Harvest House, and last night’s screening at The Library of the fabulous local film ’Life on The Deben’ – which if you haven’t seen yet you must really buy a copy – it’s a love letter to our wonderful part of the … Continue reading Felixstowe Book Festival – 27th June – 1st July

New Proposals For Felixstowe’s Future – Public Meeting To Have Your Say

A special event is being staged to tell local people all about the next round of proposals for Felixstowe’s future – where you can find out what’s happening and have your say – and I would urge you to go along and make the most of the opportunity. Suffolk Coastal District Council (as a landowner and leisure provider), together with Felixstowe Forward (the local coastal … Continue reading New Proposals For Felixstowe’s Future – Public Meeting To Have Your Say

Suffolk County Council ‘We Are Listening Event’ Comes To Felixstowe

Suffolk County Council is holding a number of ‘We Are Listening’ Events across Suffolk in the next few months – and the road show comes to Felixstowe Triangle on 28th June. From 11am members of the Council – including newly elected leader Mathew Hicks – will be on hand to answer your questions and concerns. Felixstowe is represented on the Council by Graham Newman (Con) … Continue reading Suffolk County Council ‘We Are Listening Event’ Comes To Felixstowe

North Sea Hotel Site to be Redeveloped – At Last?

The old North Sea Hotel site in Sea Road had been an eyesore for many years. A number of times it has looked as though something might be done – only for everything to go quite again. Now FelixstoweSpy has learned that on 5th June a new planning application was put into the council – and work on the new site could be imminent. Back … Continue reading North Sea Hotel Site to be Redeveloped – At Last?

Review – Madagascar – A Musical Adventure Jr

Madagascar – A Musical Adventure Jr – Co op Juniors – Seckford Theatre 9/10June Not many people with young children won’t have seen the Dreamworks’ cartoon about a ship load of zoo animals who escape from a New York Zoo and end up being shipwrecked by a troupe of penguins on Madagascar – but how do you put it on stage? If you are the … Continue reading Review – Madagascar – A Musical Adventure Jr

Review – Education Education Education

Education Education Education – Wardrobe Ensemble – New Wolsey Theatre (part of the Pulse Festival) The 1990’s saw the emergence of Tony Blair’s New Labour and the concept of Cool Britannia, the promotion of the UK as the ‘in’ place to visit and to live. Wardrobe Ensemble take one aspect of this time – the drive to improve education standards – and have developed a … Continue reading Review – Education Education Education

SCDC Elects Last Chairman

Suffolk Coastal District Council has elected its last Chairman – and it is Councillor Nicky Yeo. Cllr Yeo, who represents the Nacton and Purdis Farm Ward, will be Chairman until the new East Suffolk Council is formed and a chairman elected in 2019. She takes over the role from Cllr Chris Blundell. She officially became the district’s first citizen, when she was elected as Chairman … Continue reading SCDC Elects Last Chairman

Meeting Coming Up to Put Your Views On Policing In Felixstowe

Have you got issues round policing in the Felisxstowe area? Are there not enough police on the beat? Are there any noticeable problems now the local police station has closed? Well now is your chance to ask the man in charge. Each year the Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, stages a series of public meetings across the county and the next meeting in Felixstowe is … Continue reading Meeting Coming Up to Put Your Views On Policing In Felixstowe

Review – Pulse Festival 3

Pulse Festival 3 – Tuesday 5th June – New Wolsey Theatre Frankie Vah – written and performed by Luke Wright I’ve followed Luke Wright since he emerged onto the performance poetry scene as a raw newcomer 19 years ago. And he’s come a long way since then. More especially he’s managed to carve himself a niche in the poetry circuit that’s actually made performance poetry … Continue reading Review – Pulse Festival 3