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Hennes & Mauritz

H&M Opening Bishop’s Stortford store on 9th November The Bishop’s Stortford Flyer has learnt that popular fashion retailer H&M are due to open their store in Jackson Square on 9th November. Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) are excited to announce the launch of a brand new store located in Jackson Square, Bishop’s Stortford. Covering a floor space […]

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Get Suffolk Reading

Get Suffolk Reading Volunteers needed to help bring the magic of reading to children in Suffolk Volunteers are being called upon to help transform child illiteracy in Suffolk by becoming reading helpers in local primary schools and early years settings. Members of the local community are being asked to get in touch with national literacy […]

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Monarch Airlines

PREMIER TRAVEL LOOKING AFTER ITS CUSTOMERS Following the collapse of Monarch Airlines, the fifth largest airline in the UK   Following the unfortunate news that travel company, the Monarch Group, has ceased trading in the early hours of this morning, Monday October 2nd 2017. Premier Travel’s priority is to ensure any of their customers who […]

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Bishop’s Stortford Town Council

Bishop’s Stortford Town Council Annual Town Meeting Residents of Bishop’s Stortford are invited to join their Town Councillors at Rhodes on Tuesday 25 April 2017, at 7.30pm for the Bishop’s Stortford Town Council Annual Town Meeting. Tea and coffee will be served at 7pm. Why attend? Bishop’s Stortford Town Council Annual Town Meeting  has proved to […]

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Basepoint Ipswich

Basepoint Ipswich Whilst focusing on the excitement of developing a product or growing a client base, sometimes the administrative side of ‘going it alone’ can be overlooked. The simple act of setting up a professional address for your business correspondence however, is one of the easiest ways to give your company a professional image from […]

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Kesgrave Karate

Kesgrave Karate Kesgrave Karate  news. The 17-19th February saw the 44th European Karate Federation’s U21 Championships held in the Armeec Arena Sofia, Bulgaria. This competition brought the best young karateka from 50 European countries together to battle it out for the right to be European Champion. Northgate,  Kesgrave Karate  and Associated Clubs were proud to have […]

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Ipswich City

Ipswich City There is currently a spat between Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds, with supporters of the latter arguing that County Town status should be transferred from the former. Since Suffolk doesn’t have a City, unlike its neighbouring counties, and Bury has a cathedral and is more of a shopaholics destination, there could be some […]

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CRESS Pavilion Ipswich

CRESS Pavilion Ipswich Live music will kick off the first spring market of the year at the CRESS Pavilion Ipswich, Halifax Road, Ipswich IP2 8RE, on Friday 17th March 10am to 12.30pm – marking St Patrick’s Day. Fresh produce, plot-ready seedlings and Mother’s Day gifts will be part of the offering, and to keep with […]

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