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Cabinville Shepherd Huts


CABINVILLE Shepherd Huts has launched its new 2019 models which have been designed from the ground up to be suitable for rental, garden office, extra bedroom or popular for a unique business. With 4 different models, the company has a hut to suit your needs. Designed in Norfolk all built on a special


wheelbase that gives them a lower total height (now under 3m), greater stability and the possibility for them to be easily moved. The new models are on show at Bressingham (nr Diss), Norfolk, IP22 2AE and a full description can be found on our website.www. cabinvilleshepherdhuts.co.uk. Tel: 01379 687467.


Beccles U3A January Meeting


HoW lasers work – the light fantastic. Dr Stephen Ashworth, a Senior Lecturer UEA, delivered an extremely informative presentation on the subject of lasers and how they work. He incorporated a series of practical demonstrations throughout his talk and managed to explain this somewhat complex subject in terms we could all understand. “Laser” is an acronym for


light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. A laser is created when the electrons in atoms in special glasses, crystals, or gases absorb energy from an electrical current or another laser and become “excited.” The excited electrons move from a lower- energy orbit to a higher-energy orbit around the atom’s nucleus. When they return to their normal or “ground” state, the electrons emit photons (particles of light). Lasers are now used in optical


disk drives, laser printers, barcode scanners, DNA sequencing instruments,


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Beccles and District Historical Society


THE AGM will be on March


7th, when the talk will be given by Sarah Doig and Tony Scheuregger of Hexacordia about the Royal Progress of Elizabeth I through East Anglia in 1578. The talk will be illustrated with images of the time and accompanied by music played on traditional


instruments. The Society’s meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month from october until April (except January) at Hungate Church, 7.30pm. New members are always welcome (annual subscription £7.50), as are visitors for a small fee (£2).


communications, laser surgery and skin treatments, cutting and welding materials, military and law enforcement devices for marking targets and measuring range and speed, and in laser lighting displays for entertainment. Research is also taking place into potential usage in the healthcare arena such as helping ‘clean’ arteries of plaque. Next U3A meeting: Wednesday 20th March when the guest speaker will be Sally Dearman on the subject ‘Women Can fly – a female pilot’ where she will talk about her own experience. Held at Beccles Public Hall, doors open 9.45am for refreshments for 10.30am start. Members free. Visitors £2.50.


Fisher Folk


Students fly the flag for Beccles Free School at European Champions Cup rugby


oN Saturday 19th January students from Beccles Free School were invited to be flag wavers at the European Champions Cup game between Saracens and Glasgow Warriors at Allianz Park in London. Before the game 15 students


FISHER Folk & Acoustic meets monthly, usually the last Wednesday, in the atmospheric Fisher Theatre Cellar and gives local musicians and singers the chance of a 20 minute performance slot in front of a receptive audience. The January session featured an eclectic mix, opening with traditional Irish and Scottish tunes from Daniel Moriarty of guitar and fiddle. Paul Gillings followed with virtuoso renditions of roots and blues on harmonica covering Rory Mcleod numbers and his own composition “Fatherhood”. DnA (Del & Ali) made their debut in the Cellar with fine covers of some contemporary


songs on vocals and piano, including “Make me feel your love” and “Many rivers to cross”. Peter Hood, on guitar, writes his own East Coast songs, often on current issues such as “Pass me by” on homelessness and “They're gone” about missing persons. The band Sark closed the session with a line up of sax, guitar, rhythm box, keys and vocals covering some recent songs such as “Valerie” and “Blame it on me”. Entry to this is £5. Tickets can be booked online. Performers not charged and must be pre-booked. Book on their website www. fishertheatreorg or by email info@fishertheatre.org


Pit Stop Café Unveils Events Programme For 2019


THE popular ‘café on the common’ re-opens on February 16th, and Manager Anne Clarke has released details of what special attractions we can all expect to enjoy this year. This, of course, is on top of the best all-day breakfast you can buy and a great range of healthy food and drink at affordable prices plus limitless (free) play opportunities for the smaller people and tennis for the big’uns. But you knew that already. The first major ‘do’ will take


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place on Easter Sunday (21st April) starting at 2.30pm, and will involve not only Mr Jingles’ fantastic magic and Punch and Judy shows, but also an all day bouncy castle and an Easter Egg Hunt with a difference. No scratching about in the Southwold gorse for mini-eggs this year – each child will search for their individually numbered make-believe egg which they can then trade in for the real one of their choice. Every child, no matter how little, will end up with an egg, and if that wasn’t sweet enough, there will also be Easter cakes for all. Tickets for this extravaganza will be £3 per child, available in advance or on the day. on May 12th, from 12 noon


until 5pm, there will be the Annual Volvo Classic Car Rally, and all owners of classic cars (not just those big Swedish monsters) are invited to take part. Massive


amounts of display space are available behind the café so no need to worry about scratches or bumps to your pride and joy. Sunday July 14th will see the


welcome return of Suffolk’s finest busker bar none, the fabulous Felix Simpson. Felix plays an amazing range of music old and new, is a great singer and an accomplished guitarist (who else would tackle the work of Mark knopfler or David Gilmour and pull it off?). Look him up on Facebook, then put the date in your diary. In August, on the 11th,


prepare to be entertained by Cool Blue – a vocal-led band specialising in blues, jazz and swing, much influenced by the Great American Songbook. Tickets for this special event will be sold in advance only. More information to follow. Finally, keep an eye out for


the chance to have a laugh, a boogie and a singalong to the Ukes of Southwold. Date to be confirmed. Whatever your age there is


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went onto the pitch to be the flag wavers before kick-off and welcomed the players as they ran onto the pitch. The students then watched the game in the stands. The match was significant


– it was the final round of the groups stages, deciding which team would come out on top and have a favourable home draw in the knockout stages. It was a tough fought game with final score of 38-19 to Saracens. Layla, a Year 7 student said


“I found the trip very exciting, even though it was freezing.


Waving the flag for Saracens was really fun. We had to practice doing it before the game, with rolling the flag up and to hold the straps. The game was very eventful, everyone was roaring with excitement. The Glasgow Warriors played great, the Saracens won with flying colours.” The trip was part of an effort


at Beccles Free School to promote participation in a wide range of sports including rugby. Providing these excellent opportunities give students positive experiences in being involved in sporting activities. David Lees, Head teacher


said, “our students had a fantastic time at the European Champions Cup and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to be flag wavers at Allianz Park in London.”


School Copyrig Photo C the Euro Photo Copyrig


Students from Beccles Free School wave the Saracens flag at the European Champions Cup. (Credit/ Copyright: Seckford Education Trust)


Beccles Red Hatters


BECCLES Red Hatters raised over £1000 for East Anglian Air Ambulance this was through their Table Top Sales and in house raffles for 2018. The group will be celebrating


their 10th anniversary in April and was formed for ladies 50 plus who “wish to grow old disgracefully”. They are easily recognised by their red hats and colourful red and purple clothes.


They are holding an open evening on Thursday 7th March, 7.30pm at the Caxton Club, Gaol Lane, Beccles for any lady who may be interested in joining. For further information


please telephone 01502 717713 or just come along on the night.


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