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Good times, get cheesy Fri 22nd - Sun 24th Feb at 3.00pm


Mon 25th - Wed 27th Feb at 5.00pm Thurs 28th Feb at 6.00pm


THE LEGO MOVIE 2:


THE SECOND PART U ———————————————


Fri 22nd & Sat 23rd Feb at 7.15pm Rami Malek, Joseph Mazzello and Mike Myers in


BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY 12A


——————————————— Sun 24th Feb at 6.00pm


Mon 25th - Wed 27th Feb at 7.30pm Matinee - Thurs 28th Feb at 3.00pm Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Sam Rockwell in


VICE 15


———————————————— Fri 1st - Sun 3rd Mar at 7.15pm


James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in


GLASS 15


———————————————— Sun 3rd Mar at 3.00pm


Mon 4th & Tues 5th Mar at 7.15pm Wed 6th Mar at 3.00pm Thurs 7th Mar at 7.15pm


Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortesnsen in


GREEN BOOK 12A ——————————————— Wed 6th Mar at 7.15pm Thurs 7th Mar at 3.00pm


Keira Knightley and Eleanor Tomlinson in COLETTE 15


——————————————— Fri 8th - Sun 10th Mar at 7.15pm Showing in 2D on Sun 10th Mar Rosa Salazar and Christoph Waltz in


ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL 3D/2D 12A


——————————————— Sun 10th Mar at 3.00pm


Mon 11th - Wed 13th Mar at 7.15pm Thurs 14th Mar at 3.00pm KiKi Layne and Stephan James in


IF BEALE STREET


COULD TALK 15 ——————————————— Wed 13th Mar at 3.00pm Thurs 14th Mar at 7.15pm


Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz in


THE FAVOURITE 15 ———————————————


Fri 15th - Thurs 21st Mar at 7.15pm Matinee - Wed 20th Mar at 3.00pm Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgard in


THE AFTERMATH 15 ——————————————— Fri 22nd Mar - Thurs 4th Apr


7.15pm (excl. Sun 24th & Sun 31st) Matinee - Sun 24th, Wed 27th, Sun 31st Mar &


Wed 3rd Apr at 3.00pm Daniel Mays and James Purefoy in


FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS 12A


Tel: 01728 830549 www.leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk


CHOOSING British means supporting British farmers whose work helps to keep the British countryside the way we want it to look: no


Buy British Meat


sheep, or cows, or fruit, or vegetables - no countryside! You will be supporting the economy – everyone from the farmer, to those who work in


J. R. CREASEY High Class Family Butchers


Specialising in Local Beef, Pork, Poultry & Lamb.


New range of exciting meal ideas. Homemade Meat Pies. Low Fat Products Available.


The Causeway, Peasenhall Tel: 01728 660219


Purveyors of Quality


Locally Sourced Meat Deli counter offering fish


plus a selection of over 40 English and continental cheeses Look out for our specialities


The Street, Earl Soham, Suffolk 01728 685259


www.johnhuttonbutchers.co.uk MARCH 2019 Open 7 days a week


EMMERDALE FARM SHOP


WIDE RANGE OF LOCAL MEATS FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES WESTLETON RD, DARSHAM


01728 668648


The Turban Centre 8 Hamblin Walk Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 1DE


01394 386739


sales@creaseyswoodbridge.co.uk www.creaseyswoodbridge.co.uk


Quality, value and service


Supplying meat from local farms to your local butcher Low Road, Bramfield IP19 9JQ


LEI 7/FRAM 5/WOOD 5


food processing and the retailers selling the food. British food travels less far from farm to shop so has a lower carbon footprint than most imported foods. British meat is produced to some of the highest welfare standards in the world: no growth-promoting hormones are


allowed and any


antibiotics are administered only under veterinary direction.


Britain's pig farmers operate by UK law to standards of welfare that are higher than those of nearly every other EU member


state. Buying pork that is a ‘Product of the means there is a 70% chance that it comes from a farming system that would be illegal in Britain. Britain's beef and sheep industries are the envy of the world; breeding livestock and genetics from our native breeds are much sought after by farmers in other countries. Protect our great native livestock industry by buying the real thing, not an imported substitute. Britain's


cattle passport


system means that each animal can be uniquely traced to its dam (mother)


and place of birth.


British chicken is the safest chicken meat in Europe: 2% of


British chickens have


salmonella whereas 30% of European chickens have the disease.


Get to know your local butcher, not only will they know where their meat is sourced, it will also have been properly hung and cut to order and in every way be better than any supermarket can offer. High street butchers are a conduit to


honest- reliable quality


meat, so support your local butcher !


Clarke’s of Bramfield, a Thickitt family business, proudly serving East Suffolk the old-fashioned way since 1906!


Clarke’s of Bramfield butchers and village store Low Road, Bramfield near Halesworth IP19 9JH


01986 784244 www.clarkesofbramfield.co.uk Signposted off the A144 main street at the crossroads by the riding stables


MAKE things better with hot oozy melted cheese, says Jonny Nicholson, Chef-Proprietor of The Bell At Sax’. Don’t you fi nd certain foods, perhaps a dish or an ingredient, take you back in time, for a moment or two of heart-warming nostalgia. For a lot of people it is either bad, think semolina and pink blancmange or good, perhaps bacon sandwiches or Angel Delight. Homely


comfort food is


the stuff of the senses, like a favourite pair of slippers or a cosy blanket, those dishes which warm the heart and enrich the soul, usually eaten together with good friends or family. It just makes you feel great, leaving a sense that all is well with the world.


‘Melty cheese’ as my kids would say is one of those things. It doesn’t actually matter what it is on or in, a simple pizza, a big bowl of pasta, cheese on toast or posher spicy rarebit, a favourite side dish like mac ’n’ cheese or gratin dauphinoise, it’s just cheesy heaven. This month’s recipe is based around a creamy garlicky cheesy potato bake with a few other tasty ingredients to make it into the base for a main course by itself. If you’re continental, posh or a foodie, you might know it as tartifl ette, an Alpine winter favourite, great for after a long day in the icy wilds skiing or even just walking the windswept Suffolk coast. Yes it is a real warmer but actually it is best in spring or autumn as a ‘grey day’ standby if allowed to cool for a while, maybe half an hour out of the oven. You can just vary how warming it actually is by what you serve alongside - from a hot bubbling stew to some lovely smoked fi sh and dressed leaves, it is a fl exible friend.


One of my favourite ingredients for this is the excellent Bungay-made Baron


Bigod brie cheese. It is made with


raw unpasteurised milk


(so comes with a minor health warning) and has such a rich creamy texture and when ripe, that beautiful mushroomy grassy savoury fl avour. Superb for a cheeseboard


and even when cooked, perfect


better ‘melty


cheese’ I say! Do visit their Fen Farm Dairy and the self-serve vending machine full of their raw milk, cheese, butter etc to purchase – you’ll fi nd it on the Flixton road just outside Bungay. So make yourself smile, just say cheese!


Enjoy, Jonny Jonny Nicholson, Chef – Owner, The Bell At Sax’,


Saxmundham and The Sail Loft in Southwold.


Relaxing restaurant-with-rooms


The Bell At Sax’, High Street, Saxmundham IP17 1AF neighbourhood 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 restaurant, Loft,


Southwold IP18 6HQ Our beachside


Ferry Road, café-bar


and proudly using local,


seasonal, Suffolk ingredients. Find us by Southwold’s dunes near the campsite and lifeboat station. How about booking for our luxurious afternoon tea. W: www.sailloftsouthwold.uk T: 01502 725713


THE BEST CHEESY POTATO BAKE (serves 4 generously) The ingredients are easily changed here, chopped rashers instead of lardons for the bacon, raw or slow cooked garlic, left over cooked potatoes, cheddar or other local cheese, grated or sliced depending, instead of the Suffolk brie etc. Just mix it up and enjoy! NB. The brie skin is lovely in the fi nal dish so I suggest leaving it on before


cubing. Approx. 800g cleaned, unpeeled potatoes cut into 2 cm rough chunks • Rapeseed oil • Good slice of butter • 200g smoked streaky bacon rashers, shredded • 1 medium onion, peeled, halved and fi nely sliced • 1-2 cloves raw garlic, peeled and fi nely chopped • Few sprigs thyme • Two bay leaves • 200g Baron Bigod brie in 2cm cubes • 1 - 2 tsp smooth mustard • Sea salt and black peppermill • 250ml good double cream • Handful of breadcrumbs • Handful of grated parmesan or other hard cheese.


Pre-heat the oven to 175c fan or equivalent. Put the potatoes on to simmer, covered in salted water. Cook until just starting to go tender, approx. 10 – 15 minutes.


Meanwhile heat a glug of oil and the butter in a hot large ovenproof sauté pan over a medium heat and stir fry the bacon for a few minutes. Then add in the onions, cover, heat through, turn down to low- medium, and stirring regularly, cook until they start to brown at the edges. Stir in the garlic, the thyme and bay leaves. Cook for a couple more minutes over a low heat. warm.


Set aside to keep


Drain the potatoes well and put back into their empty pan on the hot hob, heat turned off, and left uncovered to dry for a few minutes.


Fold the hot potatoes well into the warm bacon pan contents and nestle in the cheese. Whisk the mustard and seasoning into the cream before pouring over the pan. Mix the breadcrumbs with the parmesan and scatter over. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden, bubbling and hot throughout. Remove and allow to sit for at least 15 minutes before eating.


Framlingham St John


FRAMLINGHAM Badger Sett: The Badgers are now working for their First Aid and Global Badger. We have made calendars, and learnt about the Primary Survey and recovery position. We also celebrated Burns Night and made shortbread. We are now able to take names for our Badger waiting list, so if you are aged between seven and 10 years old and would like to become a Badger and be added to our list, contact us on 01728 621674 or email framlingham@suffolk. sja.org.uk. Volunteering


with St


John Ambulance: Why not think about joining St John Ambulance in Framlingham? You can get involved in a variety of rewarding roles, from fundraisers


to administrators,


and youth leaders to fi rst aiders. If you would like more details about the varied work of St John Ambulance and how you could be a part of it, please do contact us on 01728 621674, fax 01728 621675 or look online at www. sja.org.uk Youth leaders, Cadets and Badgers: We are currently also running a major recruitment campaign in areas of the country with the aim of increasing the number of youth leaders, Cadets and Badgers in these locations. Their are opportunities to join units in Suffolk, so if this would be of interest for yourself or for your children, you can fi nd out more about volunteering, including details of how to apply for a role, at www.sja.org. uk/youthroles. The charity’s expansion of its


work with young people across England is thanks to a £560k grant from the Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport distributed via the Youth United Foundation. First aid cover at public


events: When large crowds gather for public events there needs to be fi rst aid cover to ensure the safety and wellbeing of those attending. Our volunteers are trained in advanced fi rst aid and life saving skills and attend many events each year. In the event of an accident or illness occurring, our volunteers' skills are vital in preventing further harm and saving lives. They provide essential support until the emergency services arrive. We’d like to remind organisers of events that the


more notice you can give, the more likely we’ll be able to provide the necessary fi rst aid cover. At least six weeks’ notice is preferred. For further details call 01473 241500.


Please note, with an increasing number of requests, it may not always be possible to provide the fi rst aid cover as requested and it may also be provided by other units at times of high demand. First aid training: Why not learn life saving skills here in Framlingham? By training locally, you can save transport and parking costs, as well as learn vital skills which could be the difference between a life


lost and life saved. The courses include First Aid at Work, Fire Marshall and Early Years. For more information, please call 01473 241500. The Westbury Centre is available to hire for other training, seminars and


meetings, please contact us on 01728 621674 or email framlingham@suffolk.sja.org. uk.


Date for 2019: Christmas


coffee morning, Saturday 30th November.


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Whether your requirement is for a visit of 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes or a ‘block’ visit of 4-6-8 hours, we are here to help. Early morning, lunch and


evening calls available. We tailor our packages to meet your exact requirements to ensure you or your loved one receives the Care they require.


We have a team of amazing community care assistants who are fully trained, reference and DBS checked.


Whether your requirement is for a visit of 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes or a ‘block’ visit of 4-6-8 hours, we are here to help. Early morning, lunch and evening calls available. We tailor our packages to meet your exact requirements to ensure you or your loved one receives the Care they require.


We have a team of amazing community care assistants who are fully trained, reference and DBS checked.


Please contact us to discuss your needs Tel: 01728 453677


Please contact us to discuss your needs Tel: 01728 453677


enquiries@debenwillowcare.co.uk


We are always pleased to hear from people looking to join our team of care assistants. We can offer both full & part-time positions covering the Suffolk Coastal area.


enquiries@debenwillowcare.co.uk


We are always pleased to hear from people looking to join our team of care assistants. We can offer both full & part-time positions covering the Suffolk Coastal area.


Beverley.lambert@debenwillowcare.co.uk Deben Willow Care


Beverley.lambert@debenwillowcare.co.uk Deben Willow Care


Please call or email your CV to Please call or email your CV to


14 Wilford Bridge Spur, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1RJ. www.debenwillowcare.co.uk


14 Wilford Bridge Spur, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1RJ. www.debenwillowcare.co.uk


We are a locally based, family run provider of home care services within the North Ipswich and Suffolk Coastal area.


We are a locally based, family run provider of home care services within the North Ipswich and Suffolk Coastal area.


Can we help you or a family member? By being local, we think local


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