Quicker, Easier & More convenient!
Imagine this. You are away from home for the week- end in Yorkshire. The phone rings. It's your neighbour say- ing water is pouring out of the overflow at the side of your house. The neigh- bour uses the key you gave him and tells you there is water all over the kitchen floor com- ing through the ceiling. He offers to phone a plumber. But you know two really good plumbers and a builder you have used before from the Felixstowe Flyer. But you haven't saved their numbers! What do you do?
Don't panic, ask your neighbour to turn the water off whilst you log on the new Flyer mobile web directory and following the simple commands, you have a list of all the local plumbers that advertise in the Felixstowe Flyer. You click on the one you want and your phone dials the number for you! If your first choice of plumber is not available you select your second choice. You know by using a local tradesman from the Flyer the job will get done without having
to pay expensive call out charges that some national com- panies make you pay. Now you can try and enjoy the rest of your break knowing that the right people are making the emer- gency repairs your insurance company would expect.
Many people choose to have
work done on their houses whilst away on holiday to minimise disrup- tion. Now thanks to the new Flyer mobile directory you can project man- age this from anywhere in the world. You don't even have to worry about the impossibly slow internet connec- tions from hotel computers. Simple go to www.flyeronline.mobi
and see all our Flyer customers listed.
on your mobile phone and you will now have all the Felixstowe Flyer advertisers at your fingertips on your mobile phone.
For more information about the new mobile directory or to advertise your company you can contact Adrian Bradshaw on 01394 211 461.
£500 grants available to fund Olympic celebrations in Suffolk
Suffolk County Council has
launched a small grants pro- gramme to
enable people to organise events to celebrate London 2012.
The county council has launched the grants programme under the banner of Suffolk Celebrates. The maximum grant to be given to a group will be £500.
It is specifically aimed at supporting town and parish councils, community groups and groups of individuals across Suffolk to organise events linked to either the Olympic Torch Relay whilst it is in the county, the 'Big Dance' or the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games.
The Olympic Torch Relay will bring the Olympic flame within 30 minutes of everybody in the county as it visits 16 Suffolk towns and villages between 5 - 7 July 2012. The aim of the grants
programme is to ensure that the torch relay will be greeted by celebrations as each community has its moment to shine.
'Big Dance' is the UK's biggest ever celebration of dance and is a key part of the London 2012 Festival, the finale of the Cultural Olympiad.
Suffolk Celebrates grants are aimed at encouraging groups to organise their own dance events during 'Big Dance Week '(7-15 July 2012). Events can feature any dance style, for any age, anywhere in the county.
On the 27 July the London 2012 Opening Ceremony will be taking place. Suffolk Celebrates grants aims to support events that bring commu- nities together to share in and cele- brate this momentous occasion.
Kathy Gosling, Suffolk County Council's Portfolio Holder for Sport, Culture, Diversity, Health and Wellbeing said: "I would encourage organisations across the county to get involved and hold an event for their communities to enjoy.
"2012 will be an amazing year full of excitement. I hope that people will grasp this opportunity with both hands and help communities across Suffolk be part of this once in a life- time event."
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