In the Ipswich February 2023 edition has an update from Councillor John Cook, Mayor of Ipswich. And we also have an update from 4YP (Suffolk’s Young People’s Health Project). As well as an articles from local groups and schools.
Mental Health Matters!
At the moment there is an ongoing mental health crisis in young people. 4YP (Suffolk’s Young People’s Health Project) which specialise in helping young people’s mental health. 4YP believes that all children, young people, and young adults aged 7-25 should have somewhere safe to go, and something positive to do.
In order for them to continue their work, I wanted to help. I am arranging a Jumble Sale, with all proceeds going to 4YP. So please come to support this fantastic worthily course.
Support Charity Jumble Sale Ipswich February
The Jumble sale will be on Saturday 18th February. 9 -11.30am. At St Andrews Church Britannia Road Ipswich IP4 5HF. £1 entry which includes a brew! There will be clothes, children’s toys, books, homeware and loads more.
Ipswich & District Historical Transport Society Event
Ipswich & District Historical Transport Society Event-Wednesday 22nd February
The IDHTS February 2023 meeting will be holding a presentation from The Horse-drawn Carriage – Form and Function- Amy Bracey (The Carriage Foundation). Amy will illustrate the different categories of horse-drawn carriages, relating their history, type, many of which have interesting stories to tell. The 2nd part of her presentation will describe the work of the carriage foundation and how they keep this earliest form of transport history alive.
Other Spring 2023 Programme dates:
29th March 2023
26th April 2023
31st May 2023
The Society meets at the Ipswich Citadel, Salvation Army, 558 Woodbridge Road, Ipswich IP4 4PH at 7.30 p.m. (doors open from 7.00). Free car parking and refreshments available. Entrance fee £2.50. (Non-members 4.00) Non-members always welcome. http://www.ipswichanddistricthistoricaltransportsociety.co.uk or on the IDHTS Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Ipswichanddistricthistoricalsociety/