Ipswich Scout and Guide Gang Show is celebrating 80years this year. We are holding a Dinner Dance at Trinity Park on Saturday 1st September for all past and present members of the Show whether it be on stage or back stage. .For more information email email@example.com
Ransomes and Rapier Annual Reunion (Ransomes and Rapier had a huge factory on the edge of Ipswich Docks) Sunday 4th March 2017 Kesgrave Social Club, Edmonton Road, Kesgrave, Ipswich IP5 1EE ex Employees, families and friends welcomed from 12:30 – to 5:00 Come and see fascinating artefacts, documents, and videos. Meet up with old Friends […]
Over 25 Makers and Artists selling their unique products and gifts Free Easter egg hunt for the children Free Entry & Parking Homemade refreshments available
Over 50 stalls selling amazing gifts ideal for Mother’s Day or Easter. Cakes, cards, candles, jewellery, sweets, handmade gifts and much more. Free admission and parking supporting EACH.
Works by artists from great Bradfield who came to live in Saffron Walden, including Edward Bawden, Sheila Robinson, Chloe Cheese, Olive Cook an others. Open weekends only. Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 2:15 – 5pm
“For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” This thought-provoking observation by Virginia Woolf reflects our acknowledgement that music and poetry by women has often been diminished in the past. It provides the inspiration for an innovative programme devised by Vetta Wise, the conductor of the “nine incredible voices” of Seraphim. This year is significant […]
Commemorating local stories from the Great War of 1914-18 and featuring ‘Eternal Light: A Requiem’ by Howard Goodall To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, music, dance, poetry and animation combine to create a thought-provoking and moving event. Remembering the town’s part in that conflict with personal stories of Ipswich […]
Evening wildlife talk starting at 7.30 pm, organised by Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Woodbridge Group. All welcome, adults £3, children under 16 free. Raffle and light refreshments.
In July 2017, ex-Hockerill Anglo-European College Student, Gerard Murphy dived into a lake in Sweden. He had been working there tutoring secondary school students. He visited a lake with some friends and dived in without seeing the submerged rock. The resultant impact fractured his spine and left him paralysed from the chest down and with […]
Brightlingsea Community Association Are pleased to announce its new Community Cinema