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May News from Levington

BEACON LIGHTING On Thursday evening 21 April, villagers of Levington and Stratton Hall joined with other villages and towns across the country in lighting a gas Beacon on Church Field to celebrate HM the Queen’s 90th birthday. From 6.30pm onwards The Ship ran a barbecue serving hot dogs and burgers. Drinks were obtainable and on […]

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News from Levington

As I write this column for Felixstowe Flyer, the rain is pouring down and the wind is blowing – but signs of Spring are all around the village.  Snowdrops have been in bloom for some time and our large displays of daffodils and crocuses are coming out. Rowing the Atlantic in the Talisker Whisky Race […]

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Dan Poulter Writes

One of my major concerns for a long time has been the unreliability and slow speed of broadband services in Suffolk. Access to high speed broadband is an essential part of our lives in the 21st century and affects all aspects of it, from education and farming to wellbeing and health. Fast broadband should be […]

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Portal Woodlands Conservation Group

January seemed like a long, damp month in the woods, but hopefully as you read this we are seeing Spring just round the corner. There was no Nature Watch Club meeting (we start again in April) and the Nature Explorers meeting was postponed until February, but the Work Morning went ahead on a bright Saturday […]

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Woodbridge and Trees

Take one look across the Deben from the river wall or take a short drive towards the coast and you know that Woodbridge is virtually surrounded by trees. They are a vital aspect of our environment, adding greatly to the attractiveness of the local landscape and to our leisure opportunities. What, though, about the town […]

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