search.noResults

search.searching

dataCollection.invalidEmail
note.createNoteMessage

search.noResults

search.searching

orderForm.title

orderForm.productCode
orderForm.description
orderForm.quantity
orderForm.itemPrice
orderForm.price
orderForm.totalPrice
orderForm.deliveryDetails.billingAddress
orderForm.deliveryDetails.deliveryAddress
orderForm.noItems
2


2


templewicks


SHADOW


Short Series of Free Films Celebrating East Anglia at Public Hall


COMMENCING Sunday 20th January, a series of three FREE films will be screened at Beccles Public Hall celebrating East Anglia. They are all set in and starring people from our wonderful region and they are all free admission. Bendy Caravans & Everlasting Pens


will commence at 2.30pm on Sunday 20th January. This quirky and fascinating


ALL REPAIRS UNDERTAKEN SERVICING


MOTS ARRANGED


DIAGNOSTICS - ALL MAKES & MODELS


20 YEARS VAUXHALL TRAINED TECHNICIAN Unit 7, Excalibur Hall Estate, Beccles Business Park, Suffolk NR34 7TJ T: 01502 711118


E: servicing@manddpautos.co.uk www.mandpautos.co.uk


animated film is back by popular demand. Nick Murray Brown’s film is about unsung pioneer of radio, inventor and visionary, Evered Wigg who built and managed Kessingland’s own cinema, the Kinnodrome. What's great, is that Nick will be in attendance to answer questions and chat further about his film at the end of the screening. The next film of the series will


be on Sunday 27th at 2.30pm and is the lovely "With Love from... Suffolk" which is a celebration of love and a love letter to our county. The third and final film of


the series is set for Sunday 3rd February at 2.30pm and is all about Rodney Bullock - Compulsive Poacher & Church Organist - plenty of hilarious stories but beware, contains bawdy adult language.


LOGS LOGS LOGS


Animal Health & Wellness Awards 2018


KILN DRIED LOGS


www.logslogslogs.co.uk 01502 575813


Available in tipper loads and bulk bags


info@logslogslogs.co.uk


“I use the bag delivery service and have them stored in my garage. No effort required by me. Brilliant Customer Service” Customer David Greenly


Published, originated and printed by Micropress Printers Ltd., Reydon Business Park, Fountain Way, Reydon, Suffolk. Tel: (01502) 725800 © Community News 2019. All rights reserved. Most Trusted Local Vet Clinic 2018 - Suffolk


STANDARD templewicks


SUPERIOR templewicks Three ways to sell your property!


‘templewicks’ are proud to introduce three ways of selling your property. ‘Shadow’ for just £899, ‘Standard’ for an agreed fl at fee or ‘Superior’ for 1.2% inc of VAT. Contact us to discuss your sale.


Station Road, Beccles, Suffolk NR34 9QH Telephone: 01502 716 300 Email: beccles@templewicks.co.uk Website: www.templewicks.co.uk


Albert Pye Primary


Christmas Production


Beccles Men’s Shed


AFTER a relaxing break our members returned full of enthusiasm and new ideas as we are hoping 2020 will see us take a big leap forward. If all goes to plan we will re-locate this year and truly become Beccles Men’s Shed. Since late 2017 we have been operating 5 miles out of town, which was never intended to be a long-term location. It’s been really reassuring


that our members have stayed constant and not


AT Albert Pye Primary, this year's Christmas production, performed by all pupils in Years 3 and 4, was entitled 'Lights, Camels ... Action!'.


After performing in front


of their parents, Year 3 pupils enjoyed posing for photos backstage.


minded travelling – and we’ve welcomed some new members. Once we are ‘in town’ we can offer more to local residents, expand our opening hours, welcome visitors and support more members. To help us raise funds towards this, donations of tools and materials are always appreciated. We produce a wide variety of wooden home and garden products for sale. We will be at Beccles Library on Saturday 2nd February at the Wellbeing event – come and say hello. Visit www.becclesmensshed. co.uk,


email: info@


becclesmensshed.co.uk or phone: 01502 804123.


Templewicks - Brex-what?


UNLESS you have been living on a boat on the Waveney with no phone, radio or tv for the past few years you will have heard about Brexit. Personally, I am so fed up with it I would rather have been on that boat. I am sure it is not just me, but I still don`t understand whether to leave or stay is best but by all accounts, the decision will have been made by the time you read this. The little I do know tells me that regardless of whether


we reach an agreement (a deal) we are bound by law to leave on March 29th. Having said that if we leave without “a deal” the deadline could be extended, or we could cancel Brexit. In any event technically EU laws would cease to apply to us after this deadline. The whole thing just seems an absolute mess. But what does it all actually mean? As a nation we voted to leave, but I don`t believe that the implications and merits to stay or go was simply explained to joe public for us to make an informed decision. Perhaps I should have paid more attention, but then again looking at the current situation, perhaps I was right to not bother.


972605


810284


171339


Design and photography by www.rolandblunk.com 901575 019909


Page 1  |  Page 2  |  Page 3  |  Page 4  |  Page 5  |  Page 6  |  Page 7  |  Page 8  |  Page 9  |  Page 10  |  Page 11  |  Page 12