Easter trails and activities 2021 From March 29th The rule of 6 will apply just in time for Easter, you will be able to meet outdoors in a group of 6 (from any number of households), OR in a group of any size from up to 2 households (each household can include...
Suffolk Mind has launched a crowdfunding appeal on World Book Day (Thursday 4th March 2021) to fund the creation of a book, based around the benefits of exercise on mental health, to be given to every Reception aged child (four-to-five-years-old) in Suffolk. Movement and...
Suffolk Libraries Day – Suffolk Libraries’ annual fundraising event will be taking place next month on Saturday 20 March. The event will celebrate the many ways Suffolk Libraries makes an impact on people’s lives across the county and help to raise vital funds to support the...
Two sisters from Bristol set up an online support group and celebratory festival for exhausted mums. Sisters Olivia Riddiford and Jessica Linehan, from Bristol have recognised the urgent need for mums to get support following weeks of juggling work, parenting and home-...
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds to Launch Youth Theatre for Children with Physical and Learning Disabilities
Theatre Royal is set to introduce new groups into its already successful Youth Theatre programme aimed specifically at children and young people with physical and learning disabilities. Youth Theatre Inclusion is only possible with the funding which is being provided by St...
Ipswich Regent Theatre has launched a new season of live streamed events with online production company Fane Online for audiences to enjoy in their own homes. The season continues on Thursday 14 January with A Night in with Richard Flanagan and features a variety of authors...
Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion Theatre has devised a way for you to experience the magic of Panto like never before, with the release of DVD and download versions of their highly acclaimed production 'Cinderella'. This is a brand new pantomime from the much-loved Dennis Lowe Theatre...
Suffolk Libraries have added the Britannica All New Kids’ Encyclopedias to the extensive free eLibrary resources. All eight volumes are now available to download and explore as eBooks. The encyclopedias are available as unlimited titles so there is no limit to the number of...
Ipswich Regent Theatre has announced they will be selling tickets for audiences to watch popular pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk, a homemade show filmed and directed by Blue Peter legend Peter Duncan in his own back garden. When theatres across the UK closed...
St Elizabeth Hospice has announced the launch of two new virtual fundraising events for supporters to take part in this Christmas. Following the postponing of the hospice’s Christmas Day Dip 2020, due to Covid-19 safety concerns, the fundraising team have created alternative...
Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk will be decorated as usual for the festive season and families will be able to join in some fun events in and around the cathedral town. Although there will not be a Christmas light switch on event, the town will still be lit up....
Moyse’s Hall Museum Strikes Back with the 12th Sci-Fi and Action exhibition 24 October – 20 December Moyse’s Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds strikes back with its 12th annual Sci-Fi and Action Exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the second...
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