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Halesworth & Southwold Community News December 2016 17 HigHfield

ReSideNTiAl HOMe London Road, Halesworth Suffolk IP19 8LP Tel: 01986 872125


lUNCH. £10 PeR HeAd. For further details please contact Deidre, Ann or Claire

Also, please remember we have respite room available over the Christmas period and for bookings throughout the year.

Eat, 1 Course £9.95 Kids (2-12yrs) £5.95

FESTIVE CARVERY DURING DECEMBER visit telephone 01986 784347


Drink & Be

Merry THE WHITE HART, BLYTHBURGH Winter Events at The White Hart

Christmas Party Menu Available from 1st - 22nd December

Quiz Night – 2nd Tuesday of each month. 7.30pm start. All welcome. £2.50 per person. Nibbles at half time. Max 4 per team.

Tel 01502 478217. (Bookings/pre-orders only). Fish & Chips takeaway –

Specialising in steaks & Seafood Blythburgh 01502 478 217

STARTERS: Salt baked celeriac, nutmeg and chestnut soup with parsnip crisps Our home cured Adnams whiskey smoked salmon, prawns lime and ginger Rabbit and cider terrine with a port and cranberry relish Bingham blue cheese, walnut, pear and red onion tartlet

Every Friday, served from 6-9.30pm. £7.50. Winter Wednesday Nights

Ribeye Steak Night – Every 1st Wednesday of the month. One large Ribeye (14oz), Peppercorn sauce and blue cheese sauce, Chips, tomatoes, mushrooms & onion rings for two sharing. Bottle of house wine £20 per person

Curry Night – Every 3rd Wednesday of the month. Choose from two curries, rice, home-made onion bhajas, Poppadoms and dips with a medium glass of house wine or a tiger beer £12.00 per person

MAINS: Roast turkey breast, leg croquette, duck fat potatoes, pigs in blankets, stuffing and pan gravy Slow braised shin of beef with beet root mash and roasted garlic

‘Fizz & Chips’ Night – Every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Chefs Market fish board for two with a glass of Prosecco £15 each

‘Iffit’ & Pud Night – Every 4th Wednesday of the month. Chefs selection of four ‘iffits’ (English style tapas) and a pudding per person based on two sharing £10 person

Book now for Mother’s Day (2 lunch sittings available) & Easter

Selection of local cheeses with quince jelly and biscuits TO FINISH - Coffee and a mince pie

The party menu is available for groups of four or more. We are able to cater for large groups. A pre-order is required one week before the event.

£19.95 for two courses/£24.95 for three courses.

A £5 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking. NEW YEAR’S EVE:

We will be open all day from 11am-late. Food served from 12pm-2.30pm and 5pm-7.30pm, main menu. Bookings for food essential. Music from ‘Handle with Care’, 9.30pm-12.30am. Free entry. Fireworks at midnight after ‘Big Ben’ (weather permitting).


CHRISTMAS QUIZ - December 20th. Christmas-themed questions and nibbles. Christmas draw, tickets available on the night or from the bar from the end of November. Booking essential.

January 25th: BURNS NIGHT - Traditional themed menu, bagpipes, Scottish backround music. Full details to follow in next months edition as well as other up and coming post Christmas events.

Gift cards available to purchase and can be redeemed in the pub, restaurant and shop

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR OPENING TIMES Christmas Eve - Saturday- Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12pm - 3pm & 5pm - 9pm.

Christmas Day - Sunday - Bar: 11.30am - 4pm All Food: 12.30pm Start (bookings only) Boxing Day- Monday - Bar: 12pm -11pm Food: 12pm - 8pm. 27th December - Tuesday - Bar: 12pm -11pm Food: 12pm - 8pm.

28th December - Wednesday - Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12pm - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm. 29th December - Thursday - Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12-2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm.

30th December - Friday- Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12 - 2.30pm and 6pm - 9.30pm. New Year’s Eve - Saturday - Bar: 11pm - Late Food: 12 - 2.30pm (Food served until 2.30pm) and 5pm - 7.30pm.

New Year’s Day - Sunday - Bar: 12pm - 11pm Food: 12pm - 8pm. 2nd January - Monday - Bar: 12pm - 11pm Food: 12pm - 8pm.

3rd January - Tuesday - Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12pm - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm. 4th January - Wednesday - Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12 - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm. 5th January - Thursday - Bar: 11am - 11pm Food: 12pm - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm.

*Please note that days when serving until 2.30pm; main means available until 2pm and sandwiches and ploughmans are served until 2.30pm

K W Clarke Ltd, Low Road, Bramfield, Halesworth, IP19 9JH T: 01986 784 244 E:

Whole roast plaice on the bone with a parsnip croquette and butter sauce Squash and wild mushroom galette with goat’s cheese and spinach (All main dishes are served with a side of roasted root vegetables)

PUDDINGS: Adnams Broadside Christmas pudding with brandy sauce and a brandy snap Irish coffee pannacotta with hazelnut macaroons Caramelised orange and Adnams triple sec trifle





MONDAY - FRIDAY 8am - 5pm SATURDAY 8am - 1pm

Circle 67 -

The Wind in the Willows

IN 2017 Circle 67, the Bramfield based drama group, will be celebrating its 50th anniversary and to kick things off in style we are delighted to be staging Alan Bennett’s fun and humorous adaptation of the children’s classic, The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, at The Cut in mid-January. In this show, which is suitable

for the whole family, you will find the well-loved characters of Mole, Rat, Badger and the irrepressible Mr Toad. In addition we have Albert, the alternative pantomime horse, and a band of other animals including rabbits, squirrels and some sweetly singing field mice kindly lent to us from the Edgar Sewter Primary School! The villains of the piece are the mischievous stoats and weasels who seek to take over Toad Hall and turn it into a leisure complex. So join us as we follow the adventures of Mr Toad and his pals. Along the way Toad steals a motorcar and then escapes from prison in a crafty disguise, which gets him into yet more trouble with the locals. He eventually meets up with his four friends again and they plan a surprise attack to regain Toad’s ancestral home. And of course, as every good story should, it all ends happily! Please book your tickets

early to avoid disappointment - available from The Cut Box Office, see our advert on page 26 for details. So banish the post-Christmas blues and, “Hang spring cleaning!”

Edgar Sewter Playschool

and Toddler Group

ALL our new children have settled well and are enjoying their sessions at Playschool. We have had a bit of upheaval with the building work at the school but this hasn’t affected the children’s enjoyment of the activities we offer. We’ve had lots of time up on the field, noticing how the trees are changing colours and losing their leaves, picking blackberries and conkers and looking at shadows in the autumn sunshine. We’ve talked about light and dark, celebrations such as Diwali and made firework pictures and carved pumpkins! The children decorated biscuits to look like pumpkins and made diva lights with air drying clay. We’re finishing our Crib for St Mary’s Church which is now on display. Then we will be starting our Christmas celebrations- cards and calendars, crafts and parties! In the New Year we will be running our popular Toddler Group from the Dragonflies Children’s Centre from 1.15pm- 3.15pm every Friday in term time, starting on January 13th. Sonia McMorran will be there as usual to welcome you and your children with access to the outside play area in the Dragonflies garden as well as toys and activities inside. The fee will be £2 as usual with cold drinks and a biscuit or two for the children. Please support the move to the Children’s Centre as this then allows Playschool to offer an extra Playschool session on Friday afternoons from January 6th.

We will be offering places

for the extra session on Friday afternoons 1pm-3.30pm in date of birth order as per our admissions policy. We have limited spaces in the morning and no spaces on Tuesday afternoons. If your child is registered and on our waiting list, you will hear from us before the Christmas break if we can offer your child a place. Hope you all have a magical Christmas and a healthy New Year.











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