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Foxearth Meadows Nature Reserve would welcome new volunteers

Foxearth Meadows, a tucked-away nature reserve next to Glemsford Pits, Sudbury CO10 7GA has plenty needing done and could do with some extra hands....

Summer Fair at The Martins, Bury St Edmunds

The Manager, Residents and Staff of the Martins Residential Care Home would very much like to invite you and members of your church to...

Sixth Annual Dr Jean Guy Memorial Lecture

On Monday 9 September at 7pm, Revd Dr Richard Higginson will give the Sixth Annual Dr Jean Guy Memorial Lecture at the National Trust...

Prayer Walk at Foxearth Meadows Nature Reserve

on Wednesday, 21 August. Come for 6.30 pm for a bring-your-own picnic or at 7.15 pm just for the prayer walk. please do come along!  

Town Pastors are in the pink at Latitude Festival

Pink sheep and pink Festival Pastors are two of the best-known elements of the popular Latitude music and arts festival which took place at...

Historic day as five men are ordained as Catholic priests

An event unprecedented in the 43-year history of the Diocese of East Anglia took place on Saturday July 6 in St John’s Cathedral, Norwich,...

St Mary’s Woodbridge – Parish Quiet Day at Otley Hall

St. Mary's Parish Church, Woodbridge is holding a Parish Quiet Day at Otley Hall, Hall Lane, Ipswich IP6 9PA on Saturday 17 August from 9.45am to 4.00pm. The topic for the...

A little reminder that Northumberland Avenue Methodist Church is holding its Summer Fayre this coming Saturday - 27th July 2pm - 4pm.

Rental Property urgently required please

Vincent Lee writes; " My sister is planning to relocate to the Ipswich area in August. However her accommodation plans have fallen through at the...

Perspectives Ipswich – a pregnancy listening and support service

Perspectives is an Ipswich based charity providing support and counselling services for those experiencing unplanned pregnancy, pregnancy loss and post abortion loss. Graeme Duncan...