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members enjoyed a fascinating glimpse

our March meeting, of

a very different

life when our guest Margaret Lury spoke about her home in Kenya.

Stunning sunsets,

staff (who are housed in the grounds), and abundant wildlife

drinking at the nearby river. Certainly

roaming free and different


the potholes in the roads are remarkably similar!

Also, in March, we held our annual Quiz Night; with 22 teams competing, it was a very close contest and much enjoyed by all, as well as raising £1,000 for the charities EACH and SARS.

Another £800, including

£300 from a raffle was raised for the same charities on April 1st when our club entertained

guests to afternoon tea, preceded by a talk by Chrissi Rix, of The Style Show in Norwich (www.styleshow. Chrissi advised us on dressing to suit our colouring or body shape. Chrissi’s models demonstrated different looks for different occasions, including what to wear when walking the dog! At our April meeting our

guest was Anne Griffiths, who’s talk was entitled “Art for a Synchrotron.”


Synchrotron is a scientific establishment in Oxfordshire where research is conducted into various diseases. Oxfordshire WI groups collaborated with the scientists to produce fabric panels reflecting this research, using a variety of textile crafts such

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as dyeing, collage, embroidery and weaving.

panels now hang in the atrium of the Synchrotron. To find out more about Inner

Wheel, see our website at www.

These beautiful

Film Revenues Support River Charities

HARWICH G.M.T. – Aldeburgh minus 1hr 3 mins


(Heights are for Harwich expressed in metres)

All dug in! Film director Tim Curtis, land owner Tim Chase, film producer Malcolm Hodd, SWT Wildlife Advisor Penny Hemphill, and Environment Agency Catchment Co-ordinator Naomi Boyle, plant a local black poplar by the Deben. (Photo: Isla McMillan).

OVER 50 trees have been planted on the banks of the River Deben at Home Farm near Kettleburgh to support the local environment.

planted by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust

The trees, which have been in

partnership Environment with Agency, have

been funded by the makers of the widely acclaimed film ‘Life on the Deben’. Since its launch in November 2017, the film has been screened at cinemas and other venues in Suffolk and beyond and more than 6000 DVDs have been sold.

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including alder, goat willow, buckthorn, blackthorn


dogwood will support a wide range of animals and plants. The tree root

systems help

stabilise the river banks and provide habitat for fish, while shading helps control water temperatures

and excessive

aquatic plant growth. Trees also enhance landscape quality. “This project,

initiated by

the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, is an excellent example of working together

in partnership to

improve the river Deben,” says Naomi Boyle of the Environment Agency. Added Life on the Deben producer, Malcolm Hodd: “There is a great deal of local support for our message to preserve our wonderful river heritage future generations.”

for Drama at Woodbridge Library

A brand new play is being performed at Woodbridge Library

in May - part of a

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The characters

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not for profit company which supports libraries and communities innovative tailored

creating specially

to be performed

among the bookshelves. This promises to be a magical hour's entertainment. Tickets are £7 for adults and £3 for children and can be purchased at www. or in person at the Library.

MELTON CAR BOOT SALE Melton Playing Field In aid of Cancer Research

& Bobby Moore Fund - 39 years this year

Saturday 4th May, 8am-1pm £5 Pre-booked and on the day

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In aid of Cancer Research UK & Bobby Moore Fund Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1089464)

THE SUFFOLK PUNCH TRUST We breed Suffolk Horses

Spring Plant Sale Get your garden ready for spring!

Sunday 28 April 2019, 10.30am - 4pm

7.30pm 18th


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Plus don’t miss Zoe’s Fundraising Dog Show - starts 12noon

Free admission to Spring Plant Sale, gift shop and café. Normal admission applies to farm visits. Plenty of parking available.

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Aldeburgh Music Club Choir

world Premiere sonata for cello & piano by jonathan rutherford Cello: Michal kaznowski Piano: jonathan rutherford

a night with the choir Conductor edmond fivet

faure: cantique de jean racine Tavener: the lamb handl: ecce, quomodo moritur bernstein: west side story - a choral medley ELGAR: SEA PICTURES - FOR CHOIR AND PIANO

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