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Halesworth & Southwold Community News January 2019 21 IN MEMORIAM Sheila Sankey


IN memory of our dear mum who passed away on January 4th 2003


If roses grow in heaven Lord please pick a bunch for


us, Place them in our mother’s


arms and tell her they are from us,


Tell her we love her and miss her and when she turns to smile Place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for a while, Because remembering her


is easy we do it every day but there’s an ache within our hearts that will never go away We love and miss you mum Lots of love daughter Barbara and son Dale xx


IT Skills


Workshops at The Cut


WOULD you like to improve your IT skills? Word processing with Microsoft Word? Presentation skills with PowerPoint? Sending email or searching on the web? Halesworth U3A Community Technology group is working with The Cut to run workshops aimed at everyone, not just older people. Rather than run conventional courses, we are intending to develop self- help groups on topics of your choice, backed up by expert support. If you would like to know more, email learning@ par.co.uk to register your interest and let us know what skills you would like to improve. Sessions will be at The Cut, starting in the new year. The aim of the U3A


Community Technology group is to create our own technologies for the benefit of the community, especially older people such as ourselves. The components now exist to do this and they are inexpensive and easy to configure and program. For more information, go to https:// bit.ly/2Br2HUe


Circle 67 presents The Old Curiosity Shop


THIS, Charles Dickens’ fourth novel, was originally released in instalments between 1840 and 1841. So great was the interest it aroused that New York readers, keen to find out how the story unfolded, caused near riots on the dockside when the ship bearing the final episode arrived. Find out for yourself as you follow the adventures of Little Nell and her grandfather on stage this January, in Bernard Fox’s brand new adaptation. Nell Trent is a young


orphan girl who lives with her devoted grandfather in his London shop, a place full of old and curious treasures. He is keen to ensure that they live in peace and prosperity but turns to gambling in a misguided effort to make money. He has little luck and becomes heavily indebted to the moneylender Daniel Quilp who seizes the shop as payment, forcing Little Nell and her grandfather to flee across the country. While on the run the


pair meet and fall in with a succession of colourful characters, some fabulous


What's On What's On What's On


WHAT’S ON IN DECEMBER


MUSIC Sat 5 Jan 7pm ANDRE RIEU ILLUSTRATED TALK Wed 9 Jan 10.30am TRUTH AND BEAUTY FOR MODERN TIMES CINEMA Wed 9 Jan 7.30pm I, TONYA (15)


THEATRE Fri 11 Jan 7.30pm & Sat 12 Jan 2.30 & 7.30pm THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP


EXHIBITION Tue 15 Jan – Sat 23 Feb PAINTING & OTHER THINGS TALK Tue 15 Jan 2.30pm CLIMATE CHANGE NT LIVE Tue 15 Jan 7pm


THE TRAGEDY OF KING RICHARD THE SECOND CINEMA Wed 16 Jan 7.30pm THE COLD WAR (15) TALK Thu 17 Jan 10.30am CORNISH COLONIES


EXHIBITION PREVIEW Sat 19 Jan 12-2pm PAINTING & OTHER THINGS CLASSICAL MUSIC Sun 20 Jan 3pm KINGFISHER SINFONIETTA ROH LIVE Tue 22 Jan 7pm THE QUEEN OF SPADES CINEMA Wed 23 Jan 7.30pm LEAVE NO TRACE (12) PERFORMANCE Fri 25 Jan 7.30pm THE GREAT BIG CUT QUIZ!


MUSIC Sat 26 Jan 7.30pm ALDEN PATTERSON AND DASHWOOD CINEMA Wed 30 Jan 7.30pm THE BLUES BROTHERS (15) SCIENCE CAFÉ Thu 31 Jan 7–9pm IT’S A KNOCK OUT!!


901563 812511


First Team Sat 5th Jan Sat 12th Jan Sat 19th Jan Sat 26th Jan


Dairy Hill, Halesworth, IP19 8JS Upcoming Fixtures


All matches kick off at 14:00 unless otherwise stated


Home vs Stonham Aspal Away vs Ipswich Athletic Home vs Tacket Street BBOB Away vs Kirton Athletic


Other First Team Match Dates To Note: Cup Quarter Finals Sat 2nd Feb Sat 9th Feb


Home vs Achilles


Reserves Sat 5th Jan Sat 12th Jan Sat 19th Jan Sat 26th Jan


SIL Division 2 SIL Division 2 SIL Division 2 SIL Division 2


Bob Coleman Cup


Away vs Tacket Street BBOB Suffolk Junior Cup *Suffolk Junior Cup quarter final match to be played at Greshams, Tuddenham Road, Ipswich, IP4 3QJ


Away vs Grundisburgh Reserves SIL League C Home vs East Bergholt Utd ‘A’ Away vs Sporting 87 ‘A’


Home vs Somersham Reserves SIL League C Free Admission.


All support is very welcome. Club house open for refreshments at each match.


Circle DAY EXCURSIONS


SAT 19TH JAN: MODEL ENG. EXHIBITION ......... ..............................................................£42.50 SAT 26TH JAN: WESTFIELD SHOPPING ..£24.00 SUN 3RD FEB: FREEPORT ......................£18.00 SUN 10TH FEB: SNOWDROPS @ CHIPPENHAM ..............................................................£22.50 SAT 16TH FEB: LONDON CLASSIC CAR SHOW . ..............................................................£58.00 TUES 19TH FEB: LONDON AQUARIUM ..£56.00 THUR 28TH FEB: KNIT & STITCHING .....£49.00 SAT 2ND MAR: KNIT & STITCHING .......£49.00 TUES 5TH MAR: KING'S LYNN ...............£22.00 THUR 7TH MAR: CRUFTS.......................£60.00 SAT 9TH MAR: THE SPRING QUILT FESTIVAL ... ..............................................................£27.50 SAT 16TH MAR: CAMBRIDGE ................£20.00 SUN 17TH MAR ...MYSTERY & SUNDAY LUNCH ..............................................................£32.00 SAT 23RD MAR: THRIPLOW DAFFODILS .£25.50


. THEATRES & CONCERTS


SUN 24TH FEB: MAGIC MIKE LIVE .........£115.00 THUR 14TH MAR: SCHOOL OF ROCK........£76.00 SUN 24TH MAR: THRILLER .......................£70.00 THUR 4TH APR: PHANTOM .......................£66.50 WED 8TH MAY: LION KING ........................£86.00


THUR 30TH MAY: TAKE THAT (TRAVEL ONLY) .... .................................................................£22.00 THUR 13TH JUNE: WESTLIFE ................ £120.00 25TH/26TH AUG: ED SHEERAN (TRAVEL ONLY) ... .................................................................£20.00


HOLIDAYS


MON 18TH MAR CORNWALL TREASURES 5 DAYS £379 FRI 22ND MAR YORK IN SPRING


SUN 24TH MAR CHESHIRE & DERBYSHIRE HIGHLIGHTS


SAT 13TH APR BLACK FOREST & RHINE FALLS


SUN 14TH APR WHISKY SAILS & POPPY TRAILS


MON 22ND APR NORTHUMBRIA MON 29TH APR ISLE OF WIGHT


WED 1ST MAY GUERNSEY MON 6TH MAY SOUTH DOWNS


MON 13TH MAY EASTBOURNE BARGAIN BREAK


3 DAYS £249 5 DAYS £329


MON 1ST APR WARNERS BODELWYDDAN 5 DAYS £359 SUN 7TH APR PRAGUE, BOHEMIA & DRESDEN


8 DAYS £749 8 DAYS £785 7 DAYS £529


5 DAYS £379 6 DAYS £445


5 DAYS £225


THUR 16TH MAY CALL THE MIDWIFE & KENT 3 DAYS £225 THUR 23RD MAY ENGLAND’S HIDDEN GEMS 3 DAYS £195


CALL NOW FOR A COPY OF OUR BROCHURES


ONLINE BOOKING NOW AVAILABLE Telephone 01728 830414 www.bellecoaches.co.uk


6 DAYS £575 5 DAYS £409


Curiosity Shop April Whats On Sat 2nd _ Sat 9th


presents The Old by Charles Dickens


January What’s On HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL


Sat 12th - SHACKLED SUN Rock covers


3rd


Bramfield Village HallSun 10th on the door & online at Circle67.co.uk


Thur 10 January, 7.30pm Tickets: £6 from Bramfield Garage


The Cut, Halesworth Fri 11 January, 7.30pm


Sat 12 January, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Tickets: £9 (£8 concessions), £6 matinée


from The Cut Box Office, 0300 3033211, newcut.org Circle67.co.uk


Sat 16th Sun 17th Sat 23rd Sun 24th


Sat 26th - 3rd Time Lucky Rock & pop covers


Time Lucky Rock covers


Thur 17th - Rock & Roll Bingo 8pm


FULL SKY SPORTS PACKAGE Pizza’s & Pieminister Pies


Mick Rees Poker Night(4pm) Strapt 4 Cash(St Georges Day) Charity Fire Walk


01986 872273 Come in Silence


Guest Ales, Free Pool, Live Sport www.halesworthwhiteswan.co.uk


Steve’s Sunday Quiz 7pm The Superthings


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SIL League C SIL League C


WHAT’S ON IN JANUARY


and some grotesque. There is Mrs Jarley the jovial owner of the waxworks, the clever but easily led Dick Swiveller, the inquisitive ‘marchioness’ and Quilp himself. Some say that Quilp is Dickens’ most evil creation, out-villaining Oliver Twist’s Bill Sykes – you will have to decide for yourself. Of course, what brings succeeding generations to the books of Charles Dickens is his handling of the english language in all its varieties. We have endeavoured to keep as much of his original language in this adaptation as possible for you to relish. As well as high Victorian drama there is laughter - even Punch and Judy put in an appearance. Performances will be at


Bramfield Village Hall and The Cut in Halesworth from January 10th to 12th. Tickets are available now - please see our advert for full details or visit www.circle67.co.uk - we look forward to seeing you soon.


Norwich City Supporters


THeRe were plenty of smiling faces at our Christmas meal when City were sitting at the top of the League, many thanks to the staff at the Angel for a great evening. The star prize in the mystery parcel game was a NCFC gnome, it eventually ended up with Sue Foster. The day after the meal City were replaced at the top, Leeds Utd won at Bolton whilst City were held to a draw by Bristol City. The busy Christmas and New Year programme has City at home to Notts Forest and Derby and away to Brentford followed by the start of the F.A. cup with City at home to League One leaders Portsmouth. City have a big squad so it is doubtful if anyone will come in during the January transfer window. The other “earth shattering“


news is that Charlie is off the bottom in our Fantasy Football competition, replaced by Fred. The next update is during our January meeting on the 23rd when our transfer window opens for one night only. Some of our Managers are working with nine or even eight players due to long term injuries so expect a lot of ins and outs during the evening. What will 2019 bring? Can


we keep up with our present form and League position, who knows!


C.C. No Road Map


A dance course for the mature. 5.15pm Tuesdays, The Cut. 2pm Alternate Wednesdays, Laxfield


Further info: ring 01502 478544 No Road Map


NO Road Map celebrates its 13th anniversary at The Cut and just two fewer years at Laxfield. When it began there was little in the way of dance specifically for the mature person. Now, it’s completely accepted that dance is good for the ageing body and mind. exercises that begin each NRM class are rooted in specific dance techniques that improve alignment, balance and co- ordination. Learned dances improve competence in


the art form and gradually each improves their own kinetic skills, dabbling in improvisation! If you’d like to join us


in the journey to dance skills and enjoyment for the mature person ring 01502 478544.


THE RED LION Music at


South Green, Southwold Music for January


Sun 6th - Fiona 4pm Sun 13th - Ant McAndrew 4pm Sun 20th - Mark Anthony 4pm


Fri 25th - East Coast Blues Band 8.30pm


01502 723227


Slimming World be delicious!


with


St Mary’s Church Hall, Steeple End, Halesworth


Monday at 5.30pm AND 7.30pm


Tuesdays at 9.30am


Call Liz on 01986 875770 or 07766 977206


slimmingworld.co.uk 0344 897 8000


901566


The Cut Arts Centre New Cut, Halesworth Café & Galleries open Tues - Sat 10am - 4pm Box office 0300 3033211 www.newcut.org


THE CUT 901532 812458


901565


901574


901536


901534


901530


Until 12 January


CUT OPEN EXHIBITION


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