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43 Thoroughfare Halesworth, IP19 8BX 01986 874531


www.angelpodiatry.co.uk Info@angelpodiatry.com


Podiatry Chiropody Footwear


As HCPC registered podiatrists we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of foot problems.


As HCPC registered podiatrist we specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of foot problems.


Skin problems: corns, calluses, verrucae


Nail issues: thickened nails, ingrowing toe nails Laser Treatment for fungal nail infections Diabetic foot care


Biomechanical assessment, Orthotics, Plantar fasciitis, Bunions, other foot and leg pain.


Footwear – Db wider fitting shoe, Padders, Josef Seibel, Skechers, Cotswold.


The Mill Inn Aldeburgh


Karen, Steve and the team welcome you to the Mill Inn, Aldeburgh…a cozy little seafront pub with a big offering of fabulous food, fine wines and excellent Adnams ales….


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY By popular demand our next tapas


evening Saturday 16th February come and be romantic


with special sharing tapas dishes for valentines and roses for the ladies! beautiful background guitar music


Mike Hynes supplied by the fabulous As always book well in advance, we sell out fast!!


Please call 01728 452563 or email millinnaldeburgh@gmail.com


Animal World: Taking care of our furry, four-legged friends


IS your older dog or cat less active? Stiff? losing weight or having accidents? People often put slowness or lack of activ- ity down to age itself, unaware that their beloved pet is putting up with chronic pain and other problems, many of which are easily treated. I understand that a lot of people


are reluctant to take their older pet to the vet, perhaps concerned about the consequences of admit- ting that their pet is in pain. We all have aches and pains from time to time and older pets, like older relatives, will suffer more. But that does not mean that their qual- ity of life is unacceptable. Anti- inflammatories and other joint supplements will often allow them to play like they used to and give them a new lease of life. consider getting a raised bed or


bean bag to sleep on to relieve pressure on old joints. Keep up with their exercise but be realistic about what your pet can manage. A walk to the first lamppost and back two or three times a day may not seem like a lot but it is very beneficial to your old pets mental and physical well being. cats that can’t jump so well


will welcome strategically placed chairs or stools so that they don’t have to make the jump on or off their favourite sleeping place in one go. Some may also appreci- ate a litter tray indoors, and remember to keep an eye on their claws, which may need more fre- quent trimming. older dogs and cats, like older


people, lose confidence. Shiny laminate floors can be a worrying challenge for an older pet anxious about pulling on a stiff joint. Put-


ting down non slip matting will make a real difference to them. Going downstairs is hard for dogs, especially if they can’t see well so make sure your stairs are well lit. Tooth problems are common


and often overlooked. Pets with tooth ache do not stop eating but they do stop enjoying life, sit qui- etly, play less and become more irritable. A dental procedure to remove infected teeth, carried out under a carefully monitored anaesthetic is a small risk to undertake to ensure your pet’s mouth is comfortable and pain free. owners often remark after- wards that their pet is a lot more active and engaged. Finally, don’t ignore problems


in your older pet just because you think nothing can be done or because you think your vet will


recommend that you have your pet put to sleep. The earlier you get some advice on lumps, bad breath, puddling or excessive thirst, the more options you will have. And remember too, that you don’t have to treat every problem. As long as your pet has an acceptable quality of life then you can decide, with your vet, whether to treat them or not.


Award winning grooming with Bryony 25 Fore Street, Framlingham, Suffolk IP13 9DY 01728 724474 07519664983 www.k9divinegrooming.com


www.facebook.com/k9divinegroomingfram


News from Framlingham and Saxmundham Cats Protection


FRAM and Sax cP would like to thank everyone who was kind enough to donate food, gifts and money through various means over the festive period. our food collection bins were full, money was given, wonderful knits were crafted and Amazon Wishlist parcels kept arriving. We and the cats in our care are extremely grateful. It is only through such generosity that we can carry on caring for and homing cats and kittens and continuing our welfare, support and education. cat Advice: What to do if


you find a 'stray' cat. Most cats by nature are inclined to roam the area surrounding their home. If an unfamiliar cat appears it may not be easy to tell if it is a stray, a feral or if it is in fact an owned cat with a sense of adventure or possibly one just looking for extra food! So what should you do? It is important to assess whether the cat is a stray, a feral or an owned cat. If it appears well-groomed and is a healthy weight, it may have an owner nearby; a feral will behave like a wild animal and won't come close, even with encouragement; a stray might look lost and disorientated, but


may be friendly if given time. It is advisable not to feed unknown cats that come into your garden (or home) unless they are clearly underweight. This will only encourage them to keep coming back and they may have owners feeding them too and importantly, they may have special dietary requirements due to health issues. If the cat is friendly and you feel it is safe to approach and handle it, check if there is an identification tag; if there is, contact the owner and let them know the situation. If there is no visible ID you can take the cat to your nearest vet to scan for a microchip, or call your local cats Protection branch for help and advice. To see if someone has reported their beloved pet missing check local social media sites and cP branch websites (or telephone local cP helplines); advertise the cat you've found using flyers or social media sites, and if you can safely handle the cat you could attach a paper collar (a link to a template is on our website) on which you can put your details and ask the owner to contact you. Find more information on our website about how to identify whether


Leiston Veterinary Clinic 1D Eastlands Rd, LEISTON IP16 4LL (01728) 833566


Our surgery hours are: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm Sat 8.30am-12 Consultations By Appointment • 24 hour Emergency Service Your complete small animal practice for Leiston


and the surrounding area. www.leistonvets.co.uk


Framlingham & Saxmundham Cats Protection


Cats looking for loving homes available


for adoption


01728 723499 www.framandsax.cats.org.uk


019961 Reg Charity 203644(England and Wales) & SCO37711(Scotland)


a cat is a stray or possibly feral. looking for a home: Scamp


and louis are devoted young pals who are looking for a home together. Scamp is shiny, black and a very cheeky little chappy, louis is a very sweet ginger boy. could you offer them their ideal home and their start in life? See our website: framandsax.


cats.org.uk or telephone 01728 723499 for more information about adopting cats in our care; event dates; neutering; cat- care leaflets; how to become a volunteer fundraiser or fosterer and other ways you can support us. Also find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.


The DAY EXCURSIONS


7.30pm 16th


Saturda


Tickets, from £9 - £25 from Snape Maltings Box Office on 01728 687110 and www.aldeburghmusic.club


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march 2019 Snape Maltings Concert Hall


SUN 10TH FEB: CHIPPENHAM PARK SNOWDROPS........................................£22.50 SAT 16TH FEB: LONDON CLASSIC CAR SHOW . ..............................................................£58.00 TUES 19TH FEB: LONDON MUSEUMS / AQUARIUMS .........................................£37.00 SAT 23RD FEB: ROMFORD.....................£22.00 THUR 28th FEB: KNIT & STITCHING SHOW....... ..............................................................£49.00 THUR 7TH MAR: CRUFTS AT NEC ..........£60.00 SAT 9TH MAR: QUILT FESTIVAL ............£27.50 SAT 16TH MAR: CAMBRIDGE ................£20.00 WED 20TH MAR: BURY ST EDMUNDS .£15.50 SUN 24TH MAR: FESTIVAL OF RAILWAY MODELLING..........................................£41.00 SAT 30TH MAR: HAMPTON COURT PALACE ..... ..............................................................£52.50 SAT 6TH APR: IDEAL HOME SHOW .......£48.00 SUN 7TH APR: STAMP & SCRAPBOOKING SHOW ...................................................£37.50


THEATRES & CONCERTS


THUR 7TH FEB: BOYZONE.........................£90.00 FRI 8TH FEB: STRICTLY COME DANCING .£93.00


SUN 24TH FEB: MAGIC MIKE LIVE .........£115.00 SUN 24TH MAR: THRILLER LIVE ..............£70.00


LEI 6


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


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


HOLIDAYS MON 8TH APR PICK OF THE PEAKS


SUN 14TH APR WHISKY SAILS & POPPY TRAILS


8 DAYS £749 5 DAYS £395


7 DAYS £529


FRI 26TH APR CITY OF DREAMING SPIRES 4 DAYS £249 SUN 28TH APR IRELANDS WILD CHILD 7 DAYS £629 SUN 5TH MAY LONDON CITY BREAK 2 DAYS £129 THUR 16TH MAY CALL THE MIDWIFE & HISTORIC KENT


FRI 17TH MAY RIMINI & THE ADRIATIC RIVIERA


SUN 19TH MAY APPLEBY MANOR HOTEL COLLECTION 5 DAYS £489


FRI 6TH JUN WEST COUNTRY GEMS 4 DAYS £289 MON 10TH JUN LAKE DISTRICT DISCOVERY 5 DAYS £175


FRI 24TH MAY GLOUCESTER TALL SHIPS 4 DAYS £269 FRI 31ST MAY LYTHAM ST ANNE BARGAIN BREAK


4 DAYS £175


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Engineers Arms 7 Main Street, Leiston 01728 635 883


The


Every Monday is quiz night! February Events


Engineers Arms 7 Main Street, Leiston 01728 635 883


May Events 8th


3 DAYS £225 10 DAYS £1129


Every Monday is quiz night! 21st8th May – Ace Karaoke 13th


May – Steve & Greta Afternoon gig


13th


27th 21st


May – 80/90’s DISCO May - Ace Karaoke


May Events 1st Monday of Month


May – Steve & Greta Afternoon gig


Quiz Night


May – Ace Karaoke May – 80/90’s DISCO


17th - Lost 27th


Find us on Facebook May - Ace Karaoke


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suffolk baroque players


Aldeburgh Music Club Choir


Four coronation anthems including zadok the priest suite in g ‘the water music’ chandos anthem no.7 chandos anthem no.4 concerto grosso opus 6 no.9


the amazing mr handel Conductor edmond fivet


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