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Chambers: John Alan


CHAMBERS: John Alan of Leiston, suddenly but peacefully passed away following a short illness on Wednesday 18th December 2018, aged 88 years. Now re-united with his beloved wife Joyce Doreen. treasured father of Susan, Gwen and Eric. Loving grandfather to Mitchell, Alex, Matthew, Sarah, Kirsty, Hannah, Florence, Nills and teal and great grandfather. Will be sadly missed by


all his family and friends, respected by all who knew him. Funeral service was held at Leiston Cemetery Chapel at 12pm on tuesday 22nd January 2019. Donations, if desired to John's preferred charity, may be made payable to Dementia UK and sent c/o East of England Co-op Funeral Services, 43 Sizewell Road, Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4AD.


The Band of the


Royal British Legion, Leiston


tHE Band of the Royal British Legion, Leiston, is pleased to share, that collections made at their performance at Asda Lowestoft, on Saturday 22nd December raised a total of £999.20 and Aldeburgh High Street on Saturday 1st December raised a total of £194.30. Although the Band is licensed


under the Royal British Legion, it is self-funded, and all proceeds raised will support the band with instrument maintenance, purchasing new music and uniform updating. thank you to all who generously


donated.


Nikki Glennon-Bird Band Secretary


www.leistonband.co.uk


Rotary Club of Saxmundham & District Saxmundham Rotary Information Evening


SAXMUNDHAM & District Rotary wants to grow and develop in the local community. It currently serves the towns


of Saxmundham, Leiston and Aldeburgh and the surrounding villages.


Amongst other things, it


runs and sponsors the SMILE Café in Saxmundham which is principally a drop in facility for the public and especially carers and the disadvantaged. Rotary also supports projects involving the elderly down to schoolchildren as well as natural disasters at home and abroad, when they occur. It's annual fund-raiser, the Heritage Coast Walk – Run is


now in it's 37th year and has raised well over £500,000 for charities and good causes over the years. to find out more about


Rotary, please come along to our Information Evening at the Bell @ Sax on March 4th between 7pm and 9pm. there's no commitment, it's just an opportunity to meet some of our members and find out what we do. there is no need to book,


just pop in. Refreshments and information packs will be available. More club information @ www. saxmundhamrotary.org.uk Keir Wyatt – PR Secretary


Breakfast in Bed


A LAZY spicy Valentine’s brunch is just the ticket to impress for Jonny Nicholson of the Sail Loft in Southwold. Whether you are making a


day of it this February 14th or you are wanting to be in the good books in the morning after the night before, a lazy brunch is a delightful thing to smooch over.


Spicy food, with all that chilli


rush and wealth of flavours, is great for the emotions, it stokes the fire and warms you up all over. But spice doesn’t have to mean burning heat, you don’t even have to put in any chilli peppers or dried powder at all, if that kick isn’t your thing. Earthy fragrant and zingy


spices such as cumin, coriander seed, cinnamon stick, fennel seed, curry leaves, none of them pack any punch, they just add lots of flavour. If you are novice to chillies, choose a large mild red chilli, remove the seeds and finely chop it, adding just a teaspoon to a stir fry for four and you will get the feel for the tingle without the pain. For an even lighter experience, finely chop a rehyrated ancho dried chilli to your meaty pasta sauce such as a bolognese. As you appreciate the flavour and the zing of what a chilli can bring, you’ll hopefully learn to love it and experiment with the dozens of types of chilli out there. And like me, you’ll just work your way up from that and in no time you’ll be unfazed by the C word on the menu, whatever the cuisine. Even I baulk at a vindaloo or a phal in a curry house, not so much the big burn, but just that I want to taste all the ingredients, not only the chillies. Back to ‘lovers’ day’, to spoil


See Leiston Grammar Photos Through The Years! Trace Your Military Ancestors. Date Your Old Family Photos.


A BUMPER Family History Open Day will be held on Saturday 23rd February at the Long Shop Museum, Leiston, IP16 4ES from 11am to 4pm. A variety of exhibits will


be on show, including local graveyard surveys, war memorials, directories, parish registers, census returns, old maps of the area – and Peter Drew’s extensive collection of historical newspaper cuttings and postcards featuring the Sizewell, Aldringham and Friston areas. A special feature of our Open Day this year will be the results of our project to preserve the Leiston Grammar School sports team photographs, of which there are over 80, from the period 1933 to 1968. the digitised photos, catalogue, etc will be available to view at the Open Day, and at our Help Centre at the Old Council Offices in Leiston, and copies will be provided to any interested alumni or members of their families. the original photographs have now been deposited with the Suffolk Record Office. Back by popular demand –


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Have you got any old family photos which you can't put a date to? Bring them along and let our expert advise you. Are you trying to trace


your military ancestors? Or your family tree? Advice and help will be available from experienced researchers. We’ll have our computers with (hopefully) internet to help with your research. Free entrance, but donations


to the Long Shop appreciated. Light refreshments. For more info, see website: www.


our


aldevalleyfamilyhistorygroup. onesuffolk.net/ or contact Angela Skelcher on 01728 830949.


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my Valentine, I think it is so special to rustle up something delicious in the morning, either to kick off proceedings or to celebrate the good times when you wake up. Here is an easy recipe for


a colourful treat, if you like that French vegetable stew, ratatouille, you’ll love this, the chillies are optional and not too hot, so go for it… Happy Valentine’s! Jonny


Jonny Nicholson, Chef – Owner, The Bell At Sax’, Saxmundham and The Sail Loft in Southwold. The Bell At Sax’, High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1AF Relaxing neighbourhood restaurant- with-rooms with good food, lounge bar and two dining rooms. Have you tried our new Sunday Lunch Carvery (just £11.95) W: www.thebellatsax.co.uk T: 01728 602331. The Sail Loft, Ferry Road, Southwold IP18 6HQ. Our beachside café-bar-restaurant, proudly using local, seasonal, Suffolk ingredients – find us by Southwold’s dunes near the campsite and lifeboat station. Book in for our luxurious afternoon tea or our new cookery demo suppers. W: www.sailloftsouthwold.uk


T: 01502 725713


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GREAt Glemham Village Hall, IP17 2DH, Saturday 23rd - Sunday 24th February 11am- 5pm. FREE ENtRY. For the fourth year the village


hall at Great Glemham will be the venue for 22 Suffolk artists to show their latest work, painting, drawing, prints, lampwork glass, pineneedle weaving, ceramics, jewellery, some of the artists new for this year are, Wil Harvey, Naomi Brangwyn, Sally trewitt, Katy Peart and portrait artist David Gillingwater who has painted the Aldeburgh lifeboat crew, do come along to see this large collection on display.


SHAKSHUKA


Herby-spiced Arabian tomato stew and baked eggs (serves 2 heartily) Local rapeseed oil 1 large onion, cut in quarters and thinly sliced 2 bell peppers, preferably


yellow and red, halved, seeded and thinly sliced A few garlic cloves, peeled and thinly sliced


1 tsp sweet smoked paprika 1 tsp toasted cumin seeds,


ground


Cayenne pepper or chilli flakes, to taste 1 – 2 mild red chillies, very finely sliced (seeds removed) 2 tins plum tomatoes, roughly chopped, with juice Maldon sea salt and black peppermill 4 large free range eggs Small packet Greek feta cheese, drained and crumbled Coriander or basil leaves to


garnish Warm flatbreads or pitta to


serve Pre-heat the oven to 175c.


Oil a wide, deep ovenproof sauté pan over a medium heat, once warm, toss in the onion and pepper, stirring well. Get sizzling well, cover and turn down to low, gently frying while stirring occasionally until softened (about 15 – 20 minutes). Uncover and turn up to medium, stir in the garlic, paprika, cumin and chilli if using (go easy to start with) and stir-fry for a few minutes. Fold through the red chillies, tomatoes and seasoning to taste before covering and bringing to a good simmer. Remove the lid and make four wells in the top of the stew with a ladle and break an egg into each. Bake uncovered in the oven until the egg whites are fully set. Remove and sprinkle over the feta and the herbs for colour. Serve along with the flatbreads.


World Hearing Day:


Free hearing checks in Aldeburgh EVERY year on March 3rd,


the World Health Organisation organises their official World Hearing Day. this year the focus is on the importance of early identification and intervention for hearing loss, and one local business in Aldeburgh is helping the community to do exactly this. Hearing care specialist the


Hearing Care Centre, offers award winning hearing care services from 26 centres across East Anglia, including Aldeburgh


Community


Hospital. On Friday 1st March (9am-5pm) they are organising a ‘Hearing Care Day’ in Aldeburgh, where they are encouraging those living in the local area to prioritise their hearing health and book a complimentary hearing assessment (usually £20). During the event, the company’s expert team will


tHE February meeting of the Alde Valley Suffolk Family History Group will hear from Berry Mayall about childhood during the Second World War. Bringing in the harvest. Watching for enemy aircraft. Rescuing survivors from the wreckage of bombed houses. Keeping the family business running when parents were enlisted into war-work. these are just a few examples of how children and young people made contributions to the war. Berry Mayall is Professor


of Childhood Studies at the University College London. She has conducted many research studies on childhood and has written extensively on sociological approaches to


be providing free professional advice about your hearing test results and discussing possible solutions that could help improve your hearing. All services are available by appointment only. Managing Director and


founder of the Hearing Care Centre, Karen Finch, said “Early identification of hearing loss is key in maintaining hearing health. Having your hearing checked regularly is the best way to identify any degree of hearing loss and to take the earliest possible action. the first step towards better hearing is as easy as making an appointment for a hearing test. From that point we will do all of the hard work for you.” to book an appointment call


the Hearing Care Centre on 01473 230330 or visit www. hearingcarecentre.co.uk for more information.


CHILDREN DURING WORLD WAR II


childhood. the meeting will be held


on Monday 18th February at 2.30pm at Kelsale Village Hall, IP17 2PB. Admission: members £1,


visitors £3, incl tea/coffee. NB. Kelsale Village Hall is


up an external shallow flight of stairs, but there is a stair lift: if you think you are likely to need it, please arrive early, and let Maggie Strutt know beforehand, so we can be ready for you! 01728 602298 or maggiestrutt@ btinternet.com. For more info, see our website:


aldevalleyfamilyhistorygroup. onesuffolk.net/ or contact Angela Skelcher on 01728 830949.


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