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26 January 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News Stop Idling – it gets you nowhere!


THe Junior Road Safety Officers at Holton St Peter Primary School have been very busy this term. They had


a visit up to the Hammonds JeT Garage to find out more about emissions as part of a campaign to


improve awareness about idling vehicles outside school and the concerns around emissions and other


such factors in relation to that. They have learnt that 10 seconds of idling uses more fuel than restarting, 2 minutes spent idling is equal to 1 mile of driving and that an idling engine can produce up to twice the emissions of a car that is in motion! With the days drawing in,


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they have also been raising awareness throughout the school as to the importance of wearing reflective or fluorescent clothing – whether walking home from the park or taking the dog for a walk. It is also very important for bike riders to make themselves clearly visible to other road users by remembering to use reflectors and bike lights


too. For those living in areas where there are no footpaths and very little street light, extra care needs to be taken when out and about. They also took part in


the “BRAKe” road safety week by running a colouring competition at the school with winning entries being displayed at the school’s Christmas Fair which was held on Friday 23rd November. Fundraising for BRAKe was also undertaken by the Junior Road Safety Officers during the Christmas Fair and they would like to thank all those who donated to this very good cause!


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Dick Whittington and his Cat January 10th – 13th 2019, Leiston Film Theatre


BRIGHT Sparks turns another page in their history book as they present the most classic of all traditional pantomimes Dick Whittington and his Cat. Rehearsals are well under way… Dick Whittington and


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his Cat is the english folk story surrounding the real- life Richard Whittington, a wealthy merchant and later Lord Mayor of London. The legend describes his rise from poverty-stricken childhood and the fortune he made through the sale of his cat to a rat-infested country, although in reality the real Richard Whittington came


from a wealthy family and probably never owned a cat. Bright Sparks Panto has


been performing in Leiston for over 30 years, putting on family favourites such as Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, and most recently Beauty and The Beast. In 2014 the group took a slight diversion from the norm and performed ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Pantomime’ as part of the Centenary celebrations for Leiston Film Theatre. The group is pleased to welcome Martin Clarke to his Bright Sparks directorial


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ACARPeT bowl’s evening was held at Wangford Community Centre on December 4th playing for the Beryl Stringer Memorial Trophy. Beryl was a founder member of Blythburgh Bowl’s Club. Thirty local bowler’s took part, many who were friend’s of Beryl,


debut. Martin has been a member of the group since 2013, starting off backstage, then moving into the limelight as Sleeping Beauty’s father, as Squire Quidsn in Mother Goose, and taking on the part of the dame, Widow Twanky in Aladdin. The traditional pantomime


story starts as Dick and his cat walk from his poor country village to London to seek his fortune. He obtains work with Alderman Fitzwarren and falls in love with his daughter Alice. However he is falsely accused of a crime and is sacked...... but as he is leaving London to return home he hears the bells calling out: “Turn again Whittington, Lord Mayor of London”. The adventure then really begins, with ships, storms


the overall winner was eric Thompson of Blythburgh Club after a play off with Ann Smith of Bramfield Club. Mr Roy Stringer (Beryl’s son) presented the trophy to eric. A very enjoyable evening was had by all.


and sharks, palm trees and palaces, and biscuits with bites taken out of them, all leading up to a final showdown with the baddie - evil King Rat. (Boooooo!!!) Some come along and join


us in Pantoland to meet Dick, Alice, Sarah the Cook, Captain O’Dearie, and all their friends for some perfectly pleasing panto fun. Just watch out for the evil King Rat.. To find out more information


about the group you can like our Facebook page –


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