Nominations Open For The High Sheriff’s Awards 2020

Is there a unsung volunteer or community group that you admire for their dedication and hard work? Now is your chance to give them some recognition The High Sheriff of Suffolk, Roz Eminson, has launched the 2020 High Sheriff’s Awards and invites voluntary groups and individuals to submit their entries for this most prestigious annual celebration of excellence in Suffolk’s voluntary sector. Hosted by the … Continue reading Nominations Open For The High Sheriff’s Awards 2020

East Suffolk Business Festival – Help To Make Your Business Grow

Are you running a business? Could you do with some help, advice or training?  East Suffolk Business Festival is back next month following its successful launch last year, and there will be a two week programme of events running across the whole of East Suffolk and they are all FREE to attend.  The festival is organised by East Suffolk Council and the event are being … Continue reading East Suffolk Business Festival – Help To Make Your Business Grow

Review – Bleak House

Bleak House by Charles Dickens – adapted by David Glass – The David Glass Ensemble – New Wolsey Theatre Friday & Saturday Bleak House is one of my favourite novels by Dickens – and this is an incredible portrayal of it – but if you were expecting a classic production of the story you would have been disappointed. David Glass Ensemble specialise in physical theatre … Continue reading Review – Bleak House

Second Public Meeting To Address Access to Felixstowe MIU

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey is to host second public meeting on Friday 18th October to once again address the problems of accessing the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit, after a number of people have come forward with examples of problems still being experienced Ever since the Felixstowe MIU went from ‘walk in’ to ‘appointment only’ at the end of April there have been issues with … Continue reading Second Public Meeting To Address Access to Felixstowe MIU

Review – The Night Watch

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters, adapted by Hattie Naylor – The Original Theatre Company – New Wolsey Theatre till Saturday  5th and touring I must admit I have never read Sarah Waters acclaimed novel – but as the author of ‘Tipping the Velvet’ maybe I should have been more prepared for the subject matter. However – according to the publicity I was expecting a … Continue reading Review – The Night Watch