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Learn to Play Bridge in just 24 hours!


WOULD you like to learn a new skill, start a new hobby and make new friends? Do you have a bit of a competitive streak?


Beccles Bridge club is launching a fast-paced course which is suitable for complete beginners and rusty players needing a refresher. The aim is to be ready to join


a bridge club by this autumn after just twelve 2 hour lessons which will be a mixture of theory and card play. The course starts on


Wednesday 20th March 7pm- 9pm in Beccles library (free parking is available in the adjacent car park). Each lesson costs £8 but if


you pay for the full course in advance you receive the course


book worth £26 absolutely free!


Class size is limited to 16


so please enrol early to avoid disappointment. Contact Lindsay on


07785 928377 or Karen at karenread61@yahoo.co.uk if you would like to know


more about Beccles Bridge Club please visit our website www.bridgewebs.com/beccles


Waveney Light Opera Group


DanCE to the rhythm of your heart as popular local DJ and radio presenter Rob Chandler returns to Beccles Public Hall and Theatre on February 16th for a 70s/80s/90s valentines Disco night. Like the last time Rob was


at the hall for our Christmas Lights switch on Disco, this is sure to be another sell out event so grab your tickets now from the box office at Beccles Public Hall, by phone (01502 770060) or online at www. becclespublichall.co.uk


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Verdi Requiem


giPPESWYK Singers, Phoenix Singers and Beccles Choral Society are delighted to announce they will be joining forces under the musical direction of their conductor geoff Lavery to present: verdi “Requiem” on Saturday 11th May at 7.30pm at Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Thundering drums and


heralding trumpets of the Lambeth Orchestra will have you tingling from head to toe as they join a magnificent massed chorus and 4 outstanding international soloists in filling the wonderful acoustic at Snape Maltings with glorious resonance. verdi’s operatic skill shines forth in his Requiem creating an unforgettable choral masterpiece filled with great lyrical beauty and dramatic passion. This performance also includes “Fanfare for verdi Brass” by contemporary composer Simon Milton. geoff Lavery brings his vast


experience and formidable talent as a musical director and conductor to the production which features soloists Elin Pritchard (soprano), Kate Woolveridge (mezzo soprano),


John Upperton (tenor) and andrew Slater (bass baritone). gippeswyk Singers and


Beccles Choral Society have previously


collaborated


with Lambeth Orchestra at Snape Maltings for a sellout performance of Elgar’s “Dream of gerontius” which received tremendous reviews in May 2017. Conductor geoff Lavery has recently become the musical director of Phoenix Singers (Framlingham) and is now in the unique position of being able to seamlessly rehearse and coordinate a phenomenal chorus of 200 singers accompanied by the superbly talented 80 piece Lambeth Orchestra (leader alan Thorogood). This promises to be an


exciting and memorable evening with tickets (£15 - £25) in high demand. The best seats go quickly so don’t delay in purchasing from members of all 3 choirs, Cheryl Coutts (tel: 01502 714655), cherylcoutts468@btinternet.com or Snape Maltings Box Office (tel: 01728 687110), www. gippeswyksingers.co.uk www.beccleschoralsociety.co.uk www.phoenixsingers.co.uk


HOW ABOUT AN ALLOTMENT?


[approx 250m2] plots are still taken up, Beccles allotments and gardens association [Baga] are now gradually making available smaller size plots [125m2] and even maybe smaller. in response to modern


lifestyles of working families and where it is possible, with both parents or single parents working full time, leisure time is precious and a full size plot is not a viable proposition. The pleasure derived in


planting onion sets, shallots, broad beans in the autumn or Spring, nurturing them to harvest time, and then enjoying


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HavE you ever considered growing your own onions, potatoes, peas, beans, apples, pears, plums, flowers and more? While the traditional 10 rods


them week after week is so good – not forgetting Sweet Pea plants full of fragrant flowers – superb! Some plots may need


preparatory work but gentle exercise is so beneficial after all. Working an allotment does help to clear your mind and gives you time to think. Relaxation comes with the plot. For those with little or no


experience of 'grow your Own' advice is always available through Baga. Please do not be put off by


lack of experience, growing flowers, fruit, and vegetables is a constant learning process. if you live in the Beccles area


why not take the first steps and make contact with the Fenland Charity Trust on 01502 712109. They will be able to advise on plot availability and direct you to the Baga committee rep. on the site so you can visit the plots available. a full size 10 rod plot costs


£24 per year with other smaller sizes proportionate (125m2 £13) and this includes annual


Construction Training has started in Halesworth


ExCiTing times ahead! indi- viduals and businesses across Suffolk will be pleased to know that the north Suffolk Skills Centre has opened its doors to the public! after long delibera- tion the centre has had its first fifteen apprentices start at the centre. Those interested in ap- prenticeship training and con- struction courses will have the option to choose from a large selection of apprenticeships which includes, Brickwork, Carpentry, Painting and Deco- rating and Plastering. as well as offering appren- ticeship training Construction Training specialists will be run- ning several construction taster sessions from February through to June 2019. These courses are ideal for those considering a ca- reer in the construction sector and provide fantastic progres- sion routes. Courses are open to those over the age of nine- teen living in Suffolk and will be free of charge to individuals who are able to meet the eligi- bility criteria. if you are interested in starting a rewarding career in construc- tion and want to find out more information, please contact CTS on 01603 480960. alter- natively, you can email, info@ construction-training.com Step into Construction Dates 2019: Cohort 1: Wednesday 30th & Thursday 31st January. Cohort 2: Wednesday 27th & Thursday 28th February. Co- hort 3: Thursday 28th & Friday 29th March. Cohort 4: Thurs- day 25th & Friday 26th april. Cohort 5: Thursday 30th & Fri- day 31st May. Cohort 6: Thurs- day 27th & Friday 28th June. apprenticeship Open Days: Open Day 1: Thursday 21st February 2019 (10.30am or 1.30pm slot). Open Day 2: Fri- day 31st May 2019 (10.30am or 1.30pm slot).


membership of Baga one of the benefits of which is access to the Baga store selling many of the products you may need on the allotment and at very competitive prices. go on, call FCT at the number


above – what have you got to lose – what have you got to gain??


Cinema+Create @The Fisher Theatre


THE Fisher Theatre, Bungay, is once again opening it's doors for another really lovely Cinema+Create


session,


encouraging grown ups and children to work together on themed crafty projects. This month’s film and crafty theme is Julia Donaldson's brilliant 'Highway Rat'. Sponsored by the wonderful East of England Co-op and Bungay Town Council, who have also supported us to buy reusable equipment, to ensure less waste. We will be making highway rat masks and swords as well as cardboard hobby horses, so we can all go away rocking the full Highway Rat look!


CiRCUS. This Feb half term we challenge you not to be just a bit jealous of your children who can learn circus skills with Foolhardy Circus. The workshop runs from 11-1pm and they present a wonderful show at 2pm. always a popular thing to come to so don’t hang around before you book your tickets. Thurs 21st Feb. Charity Events. This month


brings us some very different fundraising events. On 21st Feb in the evening the Committee of The Fisher Youth Theatre group are holding an auction where you can try out almost every way there is to bid. On offer there is something for everyone in the family from cakes, to wine, pamper products, Thespians goodies, Brewery tours and much more. it should be a fun evening with some entertainment from the group members. On Friday 22nd the Rotary


Club put forward a charity concert featuring the Harbour Lights in aid of the nSPCC and Bungay Youth Club. East anglian


traditional song,


music hall and gems from more recent times. CinEMa. Monday 25th


is time for Bungay Film Club to show one of its wonderful films. Here we have Cold War (15) a dark Polish love story set in the 50’s in a divided post-war Europe. a OnE OFF. On March


1st the theatre will be buzzing with BBC Radio 4 technology getting ready to beam Bungay’s Fisher Theatre out live to the country with ‘any Questions?’. all tickets are


The team behind


Cinema+Create are volunteers; a total of 15 people rotate, as and when they can make the sessions, to provide help and guidance during the craft activities after the film. This is the last Cinema+Create until after the summer holidays, but we look forward to three new films being announced soon. Cinema+Create presents:


The Highway Rat is on March 17th at The Fisher Theatre, Bungay. Call Box Office on 01986 897130 or visit www. fishertheatre.org for tickets - they sell out fast!


Fisher Theatre - What's On


now gone. Do tune in to see what happens that evening. COUnTRY MUSiC FROM


an OLD BUngaY FLaME. We’re glad to announce the return of Hank Wangford and his Bass Combo, with his Tall Stories and Short Songs. Mr Wangford is clearly close to many a heart in Bungay as we saw the last time he returned here. CinEMa. The Fisher Theatre Cinema film on Monday 4th March is The Bookshop (Pg). a tale set in a conservative East anglian coastal town where a young widower opens a bookshop, but her books set her at loggerheads with a local grande dame. BaLLET. We have Ballet in


Don Quixote from the Royal Ballet on Thursday 7th March telling the wonderful story by Cervantes of the bumbling knight Don Quixote. The ballet is uplifting and shows off extraordinary technique from the company. THEaTRE. Local group RoughCast Theatre Company bring the old favourite Hobson’s Choice for 2 nights to the Fisher Theatre on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th. and on the 14th & 16th March come and support the Fisher Theatre Youth group perform their entry to the national Theatre Youth Connections Festival. its called ‘Terra/Earth’ and it tells the tale of disagreement, prejudice and an amazing reconciliation. The piece is mainly movement with text and promises to be very powerful.


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