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Superoute 66

SUPEROUTE 66 SERVING THE LOCAL COMMUNITY For those of us of a certain age, Route 66 meant the 1960’s American TV series, running to 116 episodes featuring a duo of glamorous young men in an iconic open topped car having weekly adventures along the famed historic route, also known as ‘Will Rogers Highway’, crossing the […]

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Ipswich Waterfront

Ipswich Waterfront has been described as ‘like Monte Carlo’. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, (we don’t have a casino!) but, on a bright, sunny day, with all the boats’ masts lightly flapping, and people of all ages walking or sitting at the cafes, there is certainly a romance about it. We even have the […]

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Things to do in Levington

Things to do in Levington There are many things to do in Levington with several events coming up in Levington during December.  KEEP CALM and sing CHRISTMAS CAROLS!   If the busy run up to Christmas gets too much come to St. Peter’s Church and wind down for an hour and join in the traditional Levington […]

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Shopping in Ipswich

There is something therapeutic about Shopping in Ipswich – although I’d exclude the weekly supermarket trawl, despite the arrival of Lidl and Aldi challenging the cosy cartel, which has been an education in itself. Good for our pockets, it also raised quality of service. Unlikely to be bothered by the need to grab groceries, Joan Collins […]

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Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan

It’s time to have your say on the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan Suffolk Coastal District Council want your views on the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan. This document is currently out for consultation. It is a very important document which contains a number of specific policies and requirements. This will guide future growth and development […]

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Happy Christmas Ipswich!

As I write this at the beginning of November in Ipswich , Christmas trees are already on sale in Homebase! Perhaps a little premature – but they do look lovely and, come 1st December, I shall be making my purchase and putting my holly wreath on the front door. First, however, is Remembrance Day and […]

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Bishop’s Stortford Labour Party

Earlier this year I reported on the fact that East Herts District Council had published their Draft District Plan with plans to increase the housing stock across the District by just under 16,000 new homes. Bishop’s Stortford’s allocation is a total of 4,500, of which 2,275 are due to be built in the next 5-6 […]

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John Goodwin September column

Her Majesty The Queen I make no apologies for being a Royalist and on September the 9th our Queen becomes the world’s longest serving monarch beating her Grandmother, Queen Victoria’s reign. In all the years that the Queen has been on the throne she has never been known to put a foot wrong, public life […]

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News from Levington

  Here we are in the autumn months leading up to Christmas! Clocks go back at the end of the month – darker nights – you can sit in and think, watch TV or instead make that effort to get out and about and join in the various events in Levington. Levington Women’s Institute   Two […]

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