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A1156 Felixstowe Road, Purdis Farm, Suffolk

10 February ?12 February

Delays likely - Traffic control (two-way signals)

Works location: REAR OF OMEGA HOUSE

Works description: CLEAR BLOCKAGES IN VERGE...

Responsibility for works: Openreach

A1156 Felixstowe Road, Purdis Farm, Suffolk

10 February ?12 February

Delays likely - Traffic control (two-way signals)

Works location: APPROX 55m EAST OF ROUNDABOUT WITH MURRILLS ROAD...

Works description: CLEAR BLOCKAGE IN VERGE...

Responsibility for works: Openreach

Station Road, Little Bealings, Suffolk

10 February ?12 February

Delays likely - Road closure

Works location: Bealings level crossing...

Works description: Track geometry through level crossing with tamper working from 23.00-06.00 daily...

Responsibility for works: Network Rail

Main Road, Martlesham, Suffolk

13 January ?09 March

Delays likely - Traffic control (multi-way signals)

Works location: GOSPEL HALL, MAIN ROAD, MARTLESHAM,...

Works description: SECTION 50 - FOUL WATER DRAINAGE INSTALLATION...

Responsibility for works: Suffolk

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Kesgrave Library - Mar

Kegrave Library

KESGRAVE LIBRARY NEWS

Sunday Crafts (10 ?12 noon)

The following craft activities will be taking place during March:

Sunday 1st ?Thursday 5th March is World Book Day. Create a Fantastic Mr Fox to celebrate;

Sunday 8th ?On Sunday 22nd March, it’s Mother’s Day. Make a card for someone special;

Sunday 15th ?Tuesday 17th March is St Patrick’s Day. Make a Shamrock hat to celebrate;

Sunday 22nd ?Today is Mother’s Day; make a butterfly puppet to give as a present;

Sunday 29th ?The 21st of March was the first day of Spring. Create a Spring picture to decorate your room.

Activities are free. Parents must stay with under eights. There’s no need to book ?just turn up and have a go.

Free Wordplay Sessions ?every Thursday.

Tot Rock - 9.45am ?10.15 am.

BabyBounce - 10.30am ?11.00am.

Free Story Time Sessions ?every Friday 9.45 ?10.15 a.m.

This session combines stories and rhymes. All welcome. Why not pop along?

Other Library Events for March 2020

Every Tuesday afternoon (Term Time) 3.45 ?4.45 p.m. Lego Club.

Parents must stay with under 8s. The themes this month are 03/03 ?Animals, 10/03 ?Your dream bedroom, 17/03 ?Free Play, 24/03 ?Easter. No need to book. Just pop along! This is a free activity.

04/03 and 18/03/2020 ?Knit and Natter - 2.30 p.m.

£1.00 - tea, coffee and mince pies provided. Welcome to all new members.

05/03/2020 ?Afternoon Book Group

2.45 p.m. They are currently reading The Hours Before Dawn by Celia Fremlin.

26/03/2020 ?Evening Book Group

7.00 p.m. They are currently reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.

If you are interested in joining any of the groups, please ring or speak to a member of staff

Evening Book Group

Love reading but always read the same authors and genres? Why not try something different in the new year? We currently have spaces in our evening book group. The group meets one Thursday evening a month at 7.00 p.m. to discuss their current read and chose a new book for the next month. If you are interested, please contact the library.

Used Stamps/coins ?Can you help?

To help raise funds for St Elizabeth’s Hospice. Just bring them along and hand in to staff ?it’s as easy as that!

100 Club ?Our Community Group has launched a 100 Club, to help with fund-raising and we have over 70 people who have signed up. For just £1.00 per month you could enter and have a chance of winning a cash prize plus knowing you are supporting your local library.

Book Donations ?Are you having a spring clean and have lots of good condition fiction you don’t know what to do with? The library takes in donations which we sell on the bookshelves in Tescos to raise money for the library. If you have any books you would like to donate, please speak to a staff member. Thank you.

Maggie Lusher

Kesgrave Library Manager,
Kinsey House,
Kays Close,
Kesgrave

Tel: 01473 626103

www.suffolklibraries.co.uk

NORMAL OPENING TIMES

Monday: 9am to 12 noon
Tuesday: 9am-noon, 2.30-5pm
Wednesday: 2.30-6pm
Thursday: 2.30-8pm
Friday: 9am-noon, 2.30-6pm
Saturday: 10am-5pm
Sunday: 10am-3pm

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Kesgrave Market - 15 Febhttp://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-club-meeting-details/kcw-kesgrave-saturday-market.htmlSat, 15 Feb 2020 19:25:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-club-meeting-details/kcw-kesgrave-saturday-market.htmlKesgrave Library - Feb

Kegrave Library

KESGRAVE LIBRARY NEWS (February)

Sunday Crafts (10 ?12 noon)

The following craft activities will be taking place during February:

Sunday 2nd ?Did you know it’s Harry Potter Night on the 6th of February? Pop along and make Hedwig to celebrate;

Sunday 9th ?It’s Valentine?Day on the 14th of February. Create a wonderful heart shape sun catcher;

Sunday 16th ?Monday 17th of February is Random Acts of Kindness Day ?Design a ‘thank-you card?and surprise someone of your choice;

Sunday 23rd?Did you know that hedgehogs are becoming quite rare? Come along and create ‘Spiky the Hedgehog?to brighten up your room.

Activities are free. Parents must stay with under eights. There’s no need to book ?just turn up and have a go.

Free Wordplay Sessions ?every Thursday.

Tot Rock - 9.45am ?10.15 am.

BabyBounce - 10.30am ?11.00am.

Free Story Time Sessions ?every Friday 9.45 ?10.15 a.m. (term Time Only). This session combines stories and rhymes. All welcome. Why not pop along?

Other Library Events for February 2020

Every Tuesday afternoon (Term Time) 3.45 ?4.45 p.m. Lego Club. Parents must stay with under 8s. The themes this month are 04/02 ?Monster Trucks, 11/02 ?Jedi Fighters, 22/02 ?Free play. No need to book. Just pop along! This is a free activity.

05/02 and 19/02/2020 ?Knit and Natter - 2.30 p.m. £1.00 - tea, coffee and mince pies provided. Welcome to all new members.

06/02/2020 ?Afternoon Book Group - 2.45 p.m. They are currently reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.

27/02/2020 ?Evening Book Group ?7.00 p.m. Their book is to be decided.

If you are interested in joining any of the groups, please ring or speak to a member of staff

Evening Book Group ?Love reading but always read the same authors and genres? Why not try something different in the new year? We currently have spaces in our evening book group. The group meets one Thursday evening a month at 7.00 p.m. to discuss their current read and chose a new book for the next month. If you are interested, please contact the library.

Lego Afternoon ?Tuesday 18th February 3.00 ?4.30 p.m. Looking for something to do over half-term? Why not pop along and take part in our free Lego afternoon. In this session we are designing the library of the future. What will yours look like?

Get Connected IT Session on Saturday 22nd February 10.30 ?1.00 p.m. ?Are you having trouble getting to grips with a new piece of technology? Or would you like help downloading ebooks to your e-reader? A member of staff at the library; will be offering help sessions to all customers who would like some support using their iPads, smart phones, tablets, e-books, computers or need some general guidance using the internet. Just pop along to this help session and speak to a member of staff.

Other Notices

Used Stamps/coins ?Can you help? ?To help raise funds for St Elizabeth’s Hospice. Just bring them along and hand in to staff ?it’s as easy as that!

100 Club ?Our Community Group has launched a 100 Club, to help with fund-raising and we have over 70 people who have signed up. For just £1.00 per month you could enter and have a chance of winning a cash prize plus knowing you are supporting your local library.

Maggie Lusher

Kesgrave Library Manager,
Kinsey House,
Kays Close,
Kesgrave

Tel: 01473 626103

www.suffolklibraries.co.uk

NORMAL OPENING TIMES

Monday: 9am to 12 noon
Tuesday: 9am-noon, 2.30-5pm
Wednesday: 2.30-6pm
Thursday: 2.30-8pm
Friday: 9am-noon, 2.30-6pm
Saturday: 10am-5pm
Sunday: 10am-3pm

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http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/kesgrave-library-feb.htmlSat, 01 Feb 2020 21:08:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/kesgrave-library-feb.html
Kesgrave Fun Day - 27 Jun - Local Groups invited to take parthttp://kesgravetowncouncil.org.ukSat, 01 Feb 2020 20:04:00 +0000http://kesgravetowncouncil.org.uk4YP Youth Club - Doing Wellhttp://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/id-4yp-youth-club-doing-well.htmlSat, 01 Feb 2020 18:21:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/id-4yp-youth-club-doing-well.htmlKesgrave Neighbourhood Plan - Open for Comments - Closes 6 Mar

Kesgrave Town Council, in accordance with Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended) have submitted their neighbourhood plan to East Suffolk Council ahead of it being submitted for independent examination.

At this point in the proceedings East Suffolk Council is required to publicise the neighbourhood plan and to invite comments. Comments received will be forwarded to the examiner for consideration alongside the plan.

Subject to the plan successfully completing all the relevant regulatory stages, the policies and proposals contained in the plan will be used by East Suffolk Council in the determination of planning applications within the Town of Kesgrave.

Where can the Plan be inspected?

  • Online at www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/neighbourhoodplanning
  • Woodbridge Customer Service Desk, Woodbridge Library, New Street, Woodbridge, IP12 1DT (during normal office hours)
  • Kesgrave Town Council, Ferguson Way, Kesgrave, Ipswich, IP5 2FZ (during opening hours)
  • Kesgrave Library, Kinsey House, Kays Close, Kesgrave IP5 2HL (during opening hours)

When must I submit my comment by?

Consultation runs from Friday 24th January to 5:00pm on Friday 6th March 2020.

How should I submit my comments?

Comments on the plan can be made online at www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/neighbourhoodplanning. Alternatively, email planningpolicy@eastsuffolk.gov.uk or post to Planning Policy and Delivery Team (Neighbourhood Plans), Riverside, 4 Canning Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0EQ.

All representations should be headed Kesgrave Neighbourhood Plan as the subject matter. Where comments relate to a particular paragraph or policy please ensure that this is also clearly stated. All comments will be made available to view online as soon as possible after the close of the consultation.

Notification

Any representations made may include a request to be notified of East Suffolk Council’s decision whether to accept the Examiners?recommendation and future progress with the plan.

Andrea McMillan BSc(Hons) MRTPI

Principal Planner

East Suffolk Council

01394 444567

www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk

East Suffolk Council is a new district authority which, from April 2019, delivers services for the residents, businesses and communities previously served by Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils

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Serious collision appeal ?Foxhall Road 17 Jan

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision in Foxhall earlier this month.

The incident occurred at around 8pm on Friday 17 January on Foxhall Road, near to the junction with Dobbs Lane, where a grey Mazda MX-5 and a white BMW M140i were involved in a collision.

The driver of the Mazda ?a man aged in his 60s ?was taken to Ipswich Hospital for treatment and he currently remains there, with his injuries now considered to be more serious than initially feared.

The driver of the BMW ?a man aged in his 20s ?sustained minor injuries.

Officers are appealing for any witnesses to the collision to make contact, along with anyone who was driving along Foxhall Road on the 17 January who saw either of the vehicles immediately prior to the collision, or who has a dashcam in their vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, quoting reference: 37/5616/20.

Website ?http://www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/existing-report-update

Email ?mark.simpson@suffolk.pnn.police.uk

Phone ?Call 101

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Mid-week Walk - 4 Marchhttp://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-diary-details/kcw-mid-week-parish-walk-march.htmlThu, 30 Jan 2020 15:52:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-diary-details/kcw-mid-week-parish-walk-march.htmlKesgrave Spring Litter Pick - 25 Aprhttp://kesgravetowncouncil.org.uk/Tue, 28 Jan 2020 22:59:00 +0000http://kesgravetowncouncil.org.uk/Improvements in sight as date agreed for plans to tackle Suffolk’s parking problems

Councils in Suffolk are ramping up activity in order to take on responsibility for local parking management from 6 April 2020.

Parking patrols in Suffolk will soon be managed by district and borough councils, in a bid to improve parking locally and drive down nuisance and unlawful parking in towns and villages across Suffolk.

Traditionally, roadside parking offences were a matter for the Police. However, parking has become a lower priority for them, so Suffolk County Council is transferring this responsibility to local district and borough councils under a process known as civil parking enforcement, or CPE.

Councils already manage public car parks in many towns and villages, so the changes make sense. Suffolk Constabulary is supportive of the move because the transfer of responsibilities will enable them to spend additional time on keeping communities safe and arresting and bringing offenders to justice.

Moving the responsibility from the police to local councils requires that statutory notice is given in Parliament. The parliamentary order will be laid until 30 January.

CPE has been running successfully in Ipswich since 2005; both Ipswich Borough Council and all the district councils have been working collaboratively with Police and Suffolk County Council in the planning stages to ensure a smooth implementation county-wide.

The change will bring many benefits, including:

  • greater priority given to parking management locally, to help keep traffic moving;
  • district and borough councils empowered to make local decisions to suit local circumstances;
  • irresponsible and nuisance parking being enforced ?supporting pedestrians, vulnerable road users, public transport services, drivers and emergency services to use the network more safely;
  • fines associated with parking will be retained in Suffolk to support the cost of enforcement. Any surplus can be spent on local transport and environmental improvements;
  • new jobs created county-wide to support parking management, patrols and enforcement.

Councillor Andrew Reid, Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways, Transport and Rural Affairs, said:

"Civil parking enforcement powers will soon sit with our district and borough councils across Suffolk. It is essential in enabling our communities to have closer management of their local parking challenges.

“A lot of residents come to us with concerns that people parking in their towns and villages are becoming more inconsiderate, and something needs to be done about it ?we agree, and as a result are committed to seeing these parking issues managed locally to ensure fair and safe parking for all.

“I very much welcome the cross-council collaborative working in order to deliver better parking for the residents and those visiting Suffolk. Our colleagues will continue working together to ensure CPE is successfully launched and I look forward to seeing the benefits locally that these changes will bring.?/p>

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, said:

“I am absolutely delighted to see progress being made at last. There has been quite a delay in getting this sorted, so it is great to finally have a date for implementation.

“The council-run parking teams will, without doubt, provide more effective parking enforcement than the police because it will be their main focus ?we have seen this in Ipswich where parking enforcement was de-criminalised some years ago.

"Moving the responsibility for parking to local authorities will free up police time for them to deal with more urgent issues, which makes perfect sense and that is why I committed £190K from the Constabulary's reserves to help establish the scheme."

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Kesgrave Dementia Cafe - Change of Venue and now 1st and 3rd Wed of Month

As from January 2020 the Dementia Cafe is moving to Kesgrave Bowls Pavilion which is located next to Kesgrave Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach.

The first session at the new venue will be Wednesday 15 January and from then on it will be held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 9.30am until 12.30pm.

If you are experiencing problems with your memory or have dementia, please come and join in the various activities and games on offer, and meet the team of very helpful and supportive staff. Members will be made most welcome, but must be accompanied by a carer.

For further information please contact:

Sue West: 01473 624044 / peterwest@ic24.net

Avtar Athwall; 01473 611692 / avtar.athwall@btinternet.com

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Top 10 thrifty tips for reducing plastic waste at Christmashttp://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/top-10-thrifty-tips-for-reducing-plastic-waste-at-christmas.htmlSun, 22 Dec 2019 20:50:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/top-10-thrifty-tips-for-reducing-plastic-waste-at-christmas.htmlGreenprint Forum - Climate Action Meeting - 3 Feb Lowestoft

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Congratulations to Kesgrave Library

And the WINNERS are ...Kesgrave Library Community Group!

Congratulations to Kesgrave Library Community Group, KLCG, on winning the Volunteer Team Award 2019 presented by Suffolk libraries at a special ‘People’s Champions?award ceremony. The Award was given ‘For the exceptional contribution to the range of services and activities provided by the library, making a significant impact on the local community.?/p>

And the winner of ‘The Innovation Award?is Gemma Southwood, a parent at the Library and member of the KLCG who as a busy Mum conceived of the idea of a Reading Challenge for Grown Ups to coincide with the Summer Reading Challenge 2019. Aims included making time for oneself as well as being a good role model for children. A clever, simple and successful idea.

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Do You Have a Spare Room to rent - Solo Housinghttp://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/do-you-have-a-spare-room-to-rent-solo-housing.htmlSun, 01 Dec 2019 20:23:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-news-article/do-you-have-a-spare-room-to-rent-solo-housing.html- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-home.htmlMon, 04 Jan 2010 23:08:00 +0000http://www.provillus2k.com/kcw-home.htmlFoxburrow Farm Activities, Woodbridge - Feb

Saturday 1 February 10am-12noon

Weekend Wildlife Club

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: 6-11 year olds

Cost: £3. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Wednesday 5th and 12th February 10.30am ?12noon

Wild Tots: Forest School activities and wild play for under 5’s and their carers led by Forest School practitioners, younger siblings welcome.

Cost £5/child. Available to book as a block from 26th February ?1st April for a reduced rate.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Saturday 15 February 10am-12pm

Young Wardens, Practical conservation skills

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: 11-16 year olds

Cost: £3. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Saturday 15 February 2-4pm

Family Forest School; den building, fires, woodland crafts and activities.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: Families 18 months+

Cost: £4 child, £2 adult. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 18 February 10.30am-12.30pm

Tracks and trails family morning

Hunt for tracks and trails around the farm looking for clues as to who lives here.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: Families 3+ year olds

Cost: £4 child, £2 adult. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Wednesday 19 February 1-3pm

Bird box and feeder making, quizzes and tips to help your feathery friends.

Location: Foxburrow Farm

Age: Families 3+ year olds

Cost £10 per nest box. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Friday 21 February 10am-2pm

Activity Day, The hunted and hunting

Tracks and trails, skulls and owl pellet dissection

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: 6-11 year olds

Cost: £7. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 25 February 10am-2pm

Activity day for home educated children

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA

Age: 6-11 year olds

Cost: £7 child. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or Tel 01473 890089

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Foxburrow Farm Activities, Woodbridge - Mar/Apr

Wednesdays, from 26 February to 1 April. 10.30am-12noon

Weekly Wild Tots.

Forest Schools activities and Wild Play for 1 ?4 year olds and their carers, led by experienced practitioners.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, near Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: Accompanied 1 ?4 yrs. Cost: £5 per session if booking week by week or half term block booking @ £4/session

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 17 March. 10.00am-2.00pm.

‘Go wild in the week?

Activities for home educated children, 6-11 years.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

Cost £7.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Wednesday 18 March, 2 ?4pm.

Volunteer recruitment drop in.

Coffee, cake and chat about helping with learning activities, practical conservation & hosting courses for adults. 16+ years.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, IP12 1NA Tel: 01394 380113

Saturday 21 March, 10am-12noon

Young Wardens

Practical conservation & naturalist skills.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: 11-16 year olds. Cost: £3

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Saturday 21 March, 2-4pm

Family Forest Schools.

Den building , fires woodland crafts and activities.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: 18 months +. Cost: £4 Child £2 Adult.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 7 April. 2 -4pm. Family event.

‘Easter Eggstravaganza?

Easter egg hunt, spring crafts and trails.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

Adult £2, child £4.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Thursday 9 April. 10am ?2pm. ‘A rainforest adventure?/strong>

Build shelters, cook outdoors and save the wild animals.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

For unaccompanied 6-11 year olds. Cost £7.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 14 April. 2 -4pm. Family event.

‘Easter Eggstravaganza?

Easter egg hunt, spring crafts and trails.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

Adult £2, child £4.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Friday 17 April, 10am-2pm. . ‘Pond explorers?

Pond dip

search for frogs and discover their curious habits.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

For unaccompanied 6-11 year olds. Cost £7.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Saturday 18 April, 10am-12noon

Young Wardens

Practical conservation & naturalist skills.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: 11-16 year olds. Cost: £3

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Saturday 18 April, 2-4pm

Family Forest Schools.

Den building , fires woodland crafts and activities.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: 18 months+. Cost: £4 Child £2 Adult.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Wednesdays, 22 April to 20 May. 10.30am-12noon

Weekly Wild Tots.

Forest Schools activities and Wild Play for 1 ?4 year olds and their carers, led by experienced practitioners.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, near Woodbridge IP12 1NA

Age: Accompanied 1 ?4 yrs.

Cost: £5/session if booking week by week or half term block booking @ £4/session

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

Tuesday 28 April. 10.00am-2.00pm.

‘Go wild in the week?

Activities for home educated children, 6-11 years.

Location: Foxburrow Farm, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1NA.

Cost £7.

Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events or Tel 01473 890089

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Suffolk Orchid Society Spring Show - 21 Mar

Suffolk Orchid Society

The Suffolk Orchid Society will be holding its Spring Show on Saturday 21st March 2020 at St Michael's Church Centre, (near Douglas Bader Public House), Martlesham Heath, IP5 3PL, between 10 am and 4 pm.

In addition to a magnificent display of our member’s orchids there will be first class orchids for sale, re-potting demonstrations and advice on the cultivation of orchids including solving problems that may be encountered in their care.

Refreshments including light lunches will be available during the day.

Admission £1.00

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