Yarmouth opening September 2012 on Mondays.
£2.2m expansion of St Elizabeth Hospice beds and day services
Leading local charity St Elizabeth Hospice is opening five new services - including more inpatient beds.
The Hospice, which opened in 1989 in Foxhall Road, Ipswich, is expanding further into Waveney and Great Yarmouth.
St Elizabeth Hospice is to provide three hospice beds in conjunction with All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham, near Bungay, for patients living life with a progressive illness, such as heart failure, kidney disease and cancer.
In addition, St Elizabeth Hospice is also opening four other services: Day services at All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham near Bungay Day services at Crossroads
Care - Waveney in Lowestoft An outpatients clinic at
Cutlers Hill surgery in Bungay Road, Halesworth Day services in Great
The hospice is investing £2.2m over three years to provide local hospice facilities in the communities where they are most needed.
The services are provided free of charge and the charity is appealing for volunteers and supporters to help. St Elizabeth Hospice's chief executive Jane Petit said: "We are delighted to announce the introduction of St Elizabeth Hospice services at these new locations. There is a great need for hospice services in this area and patients and their families will be able to start benefiting immediately."
For more information about services provided by St Elizabeth Hospice or to find out about fundraising events or volunteering opportunities in your area please visit www.st
or call 01493 690990
Old Felixstowe Community Centre News
Tuesday 8 May, 2.15pm, in the Old Felixstowe Community Centre. Felixstowe Area Social Club for Retired Persons are having a talk enti- tled "China Past and Present", from David Prynn. New members always welcome. Please call Matthew
Robertson, 01394 282202 for more information.
Recorded Music Society
Three meetings to look forward to in May. On the 2nd, Gillian Bishop pres- ents "The Sound of the B's", whilst on the 16th husband Eric Bishop pres- ents "Royalty". Their knowledge and enthusiasm should make both evenings thoroughly worthwhile. Our current season comes to an end on the 30th with a combined AGM and Members' Choice. The meeting on the 6th June is cancelled. 7.30pm at the URC Hall, Tomline Road. Visitors £2.50 including refreshments. More from Mike Fowle on 01394 275098.
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Maidstone Road School Grateful thanks must be expressed to Mrs Millie Barnett who contacted me about the dangerous road situation at the school. Cars with idiots at the wheel drive over the railway bridge at speeds which can only be described as less than appropriate and parents/carers dropping off and col- lecting children treat the double yel- low lines as their own dedicated park-
ing space. Following a couple of site visits with Mrs Barnett, staff, parent governor and the County Council road safety team we are to recruit a Crossing Patrol Officer. Lollipop per- son to most of us, good news for all concerned.
Felixstowe Motorcycle Show. The show takes place again this year and the format of a town full of peo- ple and good weather are to be hoped for. This being the year when we are all encouraged to "get involved" with community events one would think everything would be kept as simple as possible. Oddly enough, not a bit of it, to book the Triangle last year I made one phone call and the job was done, this year an 8 page form to be completed and questions about do you need to obtain licences for street collections. Last year we invited the Police along with a view to road safety which was what the show was all about. This year the Police how many people will be attending, no idea as we do not charge admis- sion, have we done a risk assessment, and how will we allow emergency vehicles into the road closed area? Move the sign? Then there will need to be a marshal on duty at that point for the duration of the road closure, clearly we cannot rely upon good sense to prevail and just move the sign if need be.
Regards to all, John Goodwin 07734 806040 firstname.lastname@example.org
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