Opinion – The Chaos of Trying to Access Felixstowe’s Minor Injuries Unit

Felixstowe used to have a walk in Minor Injuries Unit, located in Felixstowe General Hospital, itself saved a number of times from the brink of closure by local residents associations and local protests. Felixstowe still has a Minor Injuries Unit – it’s just now almost impossible to access due to the weird and wonderful decision by the NHS authorities that control the Suffolk area to … Continue reading Opinion – The Chaos of Trying to Access Felixstowe’s Minor Injuries Unit

Review – The Tide Jetty

The Tide Jetty – by Tony Ramsey – Eastern Angles – last night at Kirton and touring The Broads in Norfolk is a strange and beautiful place where I spent many happy holidays as a child while its strange landscape worked its magical fingers through my imagination. But how do you re- create the weird desolation of the marshes and the winding, calm canals juxtapositioned … Continue reading Review – The Tide Jetty

May 2nd Election – Felixstowe Town Council Candidates Announced

As well as electing a whole new set of councillors to the new East Suffolk District Council – May 2nd also sees elections for Felixstowe Town Council. There are new ward boundaries here too with four new wards being created : Coastal, Marshes, Port & Walton If you would like to see how they compare to the previous wards go to this link. https://www.felixstowe.gov.uk/about-felixstowe-tc/wards/ The … Continue reading May 2nd Election – Felixstowe Town Council Candidates Announced

Visit Felixstowe Tourism Awards And ‘Suffolk Day’ Launch

On June 21st Suffolk Day will be launched this year in Felixstowe  – and after the official opening of the new tourist season Felixstowe Forward have announced the nominations for the Felixstowe Tourism Award for 2019 – which you can vote for. Suffolk Day is a real celebration of all things Suffolk, with a variety of events being held across the county to show off everything our … Continue reading Visit Felixstowe Tourism Awards And ‘Suffolk Day’ Launch

Review – Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, adapted by Andrew Quick & Pete Brooks – imitating the dog – New Wolsey Theatre till Saturday Conrad’s novel, written in 1899, has often been described as  one of the seminal novels of the 20thC, and has been the inspiration for many later works including Francis Ford Coppola’s  film Apocalypse Now. But it is a difficult novel to stage … Continue reading Review – Heart of Darkness

Review – Hotel Paradiso – Lost in Translation Circus

Hotel Paradiso – Lost in Translation Circus – New Wolsey Theatre last night and touring. Circus has come a long way from the big top extravaganzas of the past. With the demise of animal performances circus has reinvented itself – and with the Arts Council pushing the genre with lots of support it has enabled smaller group of performers trained in circus skills to create … Continue reading Review – Hotel Paradiso – Lost in Translation Circus

Local Elections Coming Up – Who is Standing For East Suffolk?

May 2nd is polling day for both the new district council of East Suffolk and our parish councils. Polls will open from 7am until 10pm on May 2nd and the count will take place at Waterlane Leisure centre in Lowestoft from 9am the following day. Counting in the Town and Parish elections will begin at 9.30am on Saturday May 4. This article will look at … Continue reading Local Elections Coming Up – Who is Standing For East Suffolk?

What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – April 2019

Now the clocks have changed and we can look forward to lighter evenings and better weather, there’s plenty of entertainment available during the month of April On Friday 5th at 7.30pm The Spa presents Giovanni Pernice – Dance is Life. This action packed production combines the Italian’s wit and charm, with outstanding music, sensational choreography, and stunning costumes by DSI. Featuring seven other world class … Continue reading What’s on Stage in Felixstowe – April 2019

SCDC Councillor Funds New Kit For Local Girls Football Team

Felixstowe and Walton U14 girls football team are sporting a smart new look – thanks to a local councillors Enabling Community Budget. The U14s team, which only started up 4 years ago, has already finished second in their league twice. The game at their age group goes from 7-a-side to 9-a-side and the team has grown to attract new players, making it possible they could … Continue reading SCDC Councillor Funds New Kit For Local Girls Football Team

New Play Equipment Set To Revive Three Felixstowe Parks

Good news for families with children. Three popular play areas in Felixstowe are set to be given a £265,000 upgrade with the combined resources of SCDC, Felixstowe Town Council, Felixstowe Youth Forum,  Outdoor Playing Space Fund and Local Councillors’ Enabling Communities Budgets. Three areas have been identified as high priority; Gosford Way, Allenby Park and Cavendish Park. The project is expected to commence in June … Continue reading New Play Equipment Set To Revive Three Felixstowe Parks