The Kesgrave Flyer March 2023 | Flyer Magazines

The Kesgrave Flyer March 2023

The Kesgrave Flyer March 

In this edition of the Kesgrave Flyer March 2023. And we have an update from the Kesgrave Community & Conference Centre who have another defibrillator on site at KWMCC. Also don’t miss the update from SPort, Amenities and Recreation in Kesgrave and local schools and clubs.


Kesgrave Community & Conference Centre

We are proud to announce that we have another defibrillator here on site at KWMCC!

This new life saving equipment is situated inside our Kesgrave Sports Centre outside of our Sports Hall. And which can be accessed via Mead Drive, IP5 2HU or Twelve Acre Approach, IP5 1JF. Also, with thanks to our General Manager Stuart Lawson and East Suffolk District Council Locality budget. And this defibrillator will add to our improvement of facilities here on site. We hope, of course, that it is never used.  But it will give confidence that should the worse happen we are prepared. Also, please note: You can also find our other defibrillator here on site outside of our Conference Centre entrance on site at Kesgrave Community & Conference Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, IP5 1JF.

KWMCC Kesgrave March Events highlighted!

  • Makers Market (11:00-15:00) – 5th March
  • Celebrating Special Ladies (18:30-21:30) – 17th March
  • The KWMCC Big Spring Clear Out (14:00-16:00) – 16th April
  • 60’s & 70’s Sensation Live Music Afternoon (14:00-16:00) – 23rd April
  • Retro Disco (19:30-Late)! – 28th April

For more events or to book tickets, please head to our website for more details.

For use of our function rooms or KWMCC bookings: Please email or call 01473 612648. Kesgrave Community & Conference Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, IP51JF. Registered Charity Number 1186279.


SPort, Amenities and Recreation in Kesgrave

In the January edition we gave you information about what SPARK is. And how it may be able to assist your Kesgrave based club, group, team or organisation.  But just in case you missed it amongst the Christmas and New Year celebrations we thought we would remind you.

SPARK is a Kesgrave based charity which has for many years helped to provide, develop and support numerous teams, groups and organisations in Kesgrave.  And this may be starting up from scratch, buying new equipment. Or funding existing activities in Kesgrave.

Charity Shop Kesgrave

SPARK raises all its funds from the 2nd Stop Charity Shop in Kesgrave, the shop relies on donations and more information can be found at

The shop is managed by Lyndsey, assisted by Shelagh and many volunteers. And without their hard work SPARK could not help so many people in Kesgrave.

In 2022 SPARK made grants to many different organisations based in Kesgrave with the grants being used for a variety of purposes including equipment, sports clothing, hall or room hire charges.

SPARK has made a good start to 2023 and has already made grants to the following groups etc:-

  • Kesgrave High School – to assist in re-surfacing their all-weather play/sport area.
  • Kesgrave Army Cadet Detachment – to purchase equipment and a shed to store it.
  • Kesgrave District Girl Guides – to assist with fundraising events.
  • Kesgrave Friendship Club – to help with different types of entertainment for it’s members.

SPARK would like to remind those who run or organise activities in Kesgrave that help with funding is still available from SPARK. Also even if you have had a grant before and subject to certain criteria.

Contact SPARK Kesgrave March

More information can be found on our website at where you can find details of who can apply, how to apply and includes examples of organisations who have received grants in the past.

If you wish to discuss an application or need clarification please email

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The Kesgrave Flyer Team