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18 May 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News


Southwold U14's win Eastern Counties Final


SUNDAY 27th April Southwold hosted the Eastern Counties Final, this was a three way competition between Norfolk Cup winners Norwich, Cambridgeshire Cup winners Huntingdon and Suffolk Cup winners, Southwold. The first game saw Southwold beat Norwich 19-6.


Norwich then played Huntingdon which saw Huntingdon win 25-7 setting up a final game between Southwold and Huntingdon in which the winner would be crowned Eastern Counties Champion.


It was a hard fought game


in which Southwold took an early lead but Huntingdon


came back in the second half to bring it back to 12- 12, another well worked try by Southwold brought the score to 17-12 and although Huntingdon were pressurising the Southwold line in the remaining few minutes the Southwold defence held and the final score was 17-12. All three teams entertained the crowd with some fantastic rugby.


Thanks to all the teams, coaches, parents


and


supporters for a great Final and to Robert Temple from Eastern Counties for attending to present the trophy.


THIS year marks the


Twinning Society News Silver


Anniversary of our association with the town of Eitorf in Germany and we’re planning a celebratory event on Saturday 15th June. We’re calling for new and old members to join us at this and also to join our trip to Eitorf the weekend September 7th and 8th. Those of you who have been to past events will know that their Annual “MYSTERY TOUR “ is always very special - not to say Magical! (Eitorf is situated in the beautiful Rhine Valley,near Bonn ,full of great places to visit.) Come and join us! Our other event this year will be the annual trip to the Xmas Market in Bouchain December 7th and 8th. Bouchain is in the North of France, a two hour


Ruby, Sophie and Tia into Brownies and we hope that they have a great time with us. The leaders are beginning to get their heads around the new programme which is quite different with new badges and activities. Our training made it a bit clearer and now it’s a matter of trying out all the new exciting skills and awards.


This half term we have celebrated Thinking Day when we remembered Guides and Scouts around the world. We played games which Brownies in different countries enjoy. The


following week we


enjoyed pancakes with a variety of toppings which were devoured by the Brownies. Not a morsel was left!


drive from Calais. We usually go out by minibus, so if you want to join us, please book your place early. It’s a great way to get into the Christmas spirit! If you do decide to come,


a suitable German or French family can be found who will act as your hosts for the weekend. Many lasting friendships have been formed in this way, and In its own small way, it also helps to keep our links with our European neighbours, in this year of Brexit turmoil!


For further information please contact one of the following: Dr Dean Price ( Chair) 01986873283,


email:chair@


halesworth-twinning.org.uk Mrs Michelle Rolfe ( Secretary) email: secretary@ halesworth-twinning.org.uk


Brownies United Reformed Church Tuesday Group WE have welcomed Lucy,


We are now doing our


Painting Badge. Firstly, the girls expressed themselves by creating their own picture followed by printing a design ready to make a Mother’s Day card and then paintings in the style of Elizabeth Frink. These paintings are to be displayed alongside artwork from local schools. These will be part of the children’s exhibition at the Art Gallery in Halesworth. We finished the term by creating Easter Bonnets with teacakes, biscuits and icing. We do have a few spaces for girls aged between 7 and 10 years. If you are interested, please telephone 872913. Alison, Sheila, Karen, Laura, Neve, Katie, Jenna and Chloe


HCSL May 2019


HALESWORTH Town Football Club, HTFC, has one of the best football pitches in the area, thanks entirely to the groundsman’s skills of HTFC’s Chairman, Adrian Waters. He has worked wonders with the ancient grass mower and maintenance equipment he currently uses but he will soon have modern equipment specifically designed for pitch maintenance.


For the past two years


HCSL and HTFC have been working in partnership with Suffolk Football Association and the Football Foundation on developing a programme to further improve and increase the number of football pitches at Dairy Hill. Their advice and close support has been very encouraging. Part of this partnership involves upgrading the


maintenance


equipment, which required raising the necessary funds. HCSL would like to publicly thank the main contributors to this fund, Heveningham Hall, Halesworth & Blyth Valley


Partnership


Halesworth Town Council for their generosity.


and The


Premier League and the FA Facilities Fund have match- funded what has been raised


Education Bungay High School News – April 2019


Edgar Sewter Nursery at Edgar Sewter Primary School Norwich Road IP19 8BU Tel: 01986 873 194


www.edgarsewterprimary.co.uk


We have places available for a September 2019 start for children born between September 2015 and August 2016.


We offer 15 hour sessions for all children. These can be taken in the morning or the afternoon.


If you are eligible for 30 hour provision, then children can come all day.


We also have a payable lunch club that pupils can access.


Come for a visit with your child during our open session:


Wednesday 8th May: 9.30am - 10.30am


TWENTY students from Years 11 and 12 recently had the fantastic opportunity to visit the home of Fairy Liquid in Thurrock (Essex).


They won


this all expenses paid trip to the industrial complex as part of their successful submissions to the internationally renowned ‘Starpack Awards’. Logoplaste, the


competitions sponsors,


manufacture the bottles for P & G on site and this is what the students saw during a very busy and informative day. The bottles are made in their millions by a process called ‘pre-form blow moulding’ which is a theory element on the Design Technology specifications for both GCSE and A Level, so this was a unique opportunity to see the process first hand. Darren Wingrove, one of the judges and design engineers praised the students on their ingenuity and creativity with


their designs. The trip was also a perfect research opportunity for the Year 12 students who are working on this year’s competition brief where they have to design environmentally friendly innovative polymer products.


Congratulations to Esme Chapman who has got through to the area final of this year’s Book Mastermind, having won the preliminary round within school. Her specialist book was ‘I, Coriander’ by Sally Gardner and although the general knowledge


questions


were challenging she held her own. The organisers were particularly impressed with all the contestants and praised the quality of answering each question. Esme narrowly missed out on second place due to just one "pass" on the general knowledge questions. She has however earned her place in the


Framlingham Road, Laxfield. IP13 8HD Framlingham Road, Laxfield. IP13 8HD


Pre-School Spaces available from January 2019!


Pre-School Spaces available from January 2019!


Pre-School Spaces available NOW! - Children welcome from age 2 and above.


Pre-School Spaces available from January 2019!


- Children welcome from age 2 and above. - Children welcome from age 2 and above.


- Breakfast club 7:45am-9:15am and after school club 3:15pm- 6:00pm available. (Please check availability)


- 30-hour funding available for eligible families. - Ofsted rated ‘GOOD’ 2018.


- 30-hour funding available for eligible families. - Ofsted rated ‘GOOD’ 2018.


01986 784586


- Helping children transition smoothly into ALL local primary school settings.


- Helping children transition smoothly into ALL local primary school settings.


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- Helping children transition smoothly into ALL local primary school settings.


Please look at our website for more information or give us a call/email to arrange a visit!


Please look at our website for more information or give us a call/email to arrange a visit!


Please look at our website for more information or give us a call/email to arrange a visit!


annaandcraig@bramfieldpreschool.co.uk www.bramfieldpreschool.co.uk


01986 784586


annaandcraig@bramfieldpreschool.co.uk www.bramfieldpreschool.co.uk


01986 784586


annaandcraig@bramfieldpreschool.co.uk www.bramfieldpreschool.co.uk


- Morning and afternoon sessions available Monday – Friday 9:15am – 3.15pm.


- Morning and afternoon sessions available Monday – Friday 9:15am – 3.15pm.


- Morning and afternoon sessions available Monday – Friday 9:15am – 3.15pm.


- Breakfast club 7:45am-9:15am and after school club 3:15pm- 6:00pm available. (Please check availability)


- Breakfast club 7:45am-9:15am and after school club 3:15pm- 6:00pm available. (Please check availability)


- 30-hour funding available for eligible families. - Ofsted rated ‘GOOD’ 2018.


Edgar Sewter Playschool, Norwich Road, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8BU


We offer a warm & friendly environment to develop your child’s early learning skills through play. For all children from age 2.


We offer a warm & friendly environment to develop your child’s early learning skills through play. For all children from age 2.


Please call Sam on 01986 798091 or email at:


office.laxfieldpreschool@gmail.com


Morning session Mon-Fri 9am-12pm Afternoon Session Mon-Fri 1pm-3.30pm


Funding available for some 2 yr olds after their 2nd birthday, 15 hours funding available for all 3 yr olds after their 3rd birthday


Up to 30 hrs FREE Childcare for working families 8am-5pm term time only


Our popular parent and toddler group runs each Friday afternoon (term time) 1.15 - 3.15pm for children from birth to 5 years.


For any further information feel free to call us on


07796044277 Registered Charity No. 1079409


07796044277 Registered Charity No. 1079409 Email: esplayschool@gmail.com


Toddler Group Fridays 1.15pm-3.15pm at the Dragonflies Children’s Centre For any further information feel free to call us on


Please call Sam on 01986 798091 or email at: office.laxfieldpreschool@gmail.com


Sessions available 8.30am -3.30pm term time only for Babies/Children aged 6mths - 5yrs.


(Funding available subject to criteria).


Laxfield Pre-School School


Laxfield Pre-


Sessions available 8.30am-3.30pm term time only for Babies/Children aged 6mths - 5yrs. (Funding available subject to criteria)


county final later this year as she was the highest scoring runner up in the region. We were delighted to have Alive visit


Africa us during


Science week on Wednesday 13th March.


Among our


guests were Elton the python snake, Captain Jack Sparrow the giant African land snail and the Madagascan hissing cockroaches.


Students from


all year groups gathered in the Library to meet our guests and learn about their natural habitats in the Rainforests. During the week there were numerous activities across the Science department involving students in Years 7 & 8.


Students have


been researching and learning about palm oil and the effects of deforestation and creating posters during their Science lessons. We eagerly await the final judging of the posters and the inter form quiz. A team of students came 2nd out of 40 schools in the regional Warhammer competition recently.


narrowly beaten by Norwich with 70 points to our 68!


national average score was 34 so it was a fabulous achievement, especially as the Norwich score has the biggest schools’ league in the UK.


On Friday 15th March at 7pm, the Music and Drama departments were proud to showcase to a 100 strong audience, their best work produced by students. The room was candlelit and the audience were able to bring their own food and drink to enjoy as they


sat back to watch the exceptional work of Bungay High students. Over 30 pieces were performed, by all ages from Year 9 to 13. They all did an amazing job. Bungay is certainly a creative hub.


On Saturday 16th March,


12 Year 9 students took part in the 2019 Magistrates’ Court Competition at Great Yarmouth. This is a national ‘Young Citizens’


initiative,


working in partnership with HM Courts and Tribunals Service; students played a number of roles for a case based upon the


theft of a mobile phone


by a young moped rider. Each school in the competition had two prosecution lawyers, two defence lawyers, three witnesses, three magistrates, a defendant (accused of the crime) and an usher. As part of the preparation, students spent a morning at Great Yarmouth Magistrates’


Court, speaking


They were only The


to Magistrates about their job and the law in general and sitting in on a sentencing court. This was a unique, fascinating and extremely informative experience. Year 5 students from seven of our feeder primary schools recently attended this year’s Easter maths challenge. They began the day with Easter egg tangrams to solve. Many of the students made some excellent birds from their tangram pieces and some went on to invent their own Easter animals. They were grouped into mixed teams with children


from different


schools, enabling them to meet other students and make new friends.


The students were set the problem of travelling


around Norfolk and collecting as many Easter eggs as they could within a limit of 250 miles and completing a looped circuit. They then presented their solution on a poster, all in the short space of an hour. They rose valiantly to the challenge. All of the students discussed ideas and pulled together with their new team mates excellently.


The room was


buzzing with excitement as they pushed themselves to collect as many eggs as possible, trying to beat the other teams, rethinking and adapting their route as they went.


The students all went


away very happy, clutching certificates and eggs as a reward for their hard work.


Clinton Gillett Bramfield Stepping Stones


BRAMFIELD Stepping Stones operates within specially designed nursery premises attached to the village hall in Bramfield and offers care and early years’ education to children aged 2 to 5 years. We are open five days a week 9.15am-3.15pm with Breakfast club and Out of School Club facilities available from 7.45am to 6pm. In our last Ofsted inspection, November 2018, we were awarded ‘Good’ in all areas. The report stated, “Staff demonstrate a strong commitment to achieving excellence in all areas” and “are committed to providing a high-quality experience for all children.” “Children feel safe and secure in their relationships with staff. They develop close emotional attachments, confidently seeking out staff for reassurance and to share in their play.” We welcome children at all stages of development, including those in nappies, and from the Halesworth area and beyond. All children are entitled to 15-hours per week of government funding in the term following their third birthday. 30-hour funding and Two-year- old funding is also


available


for families meeting certain financial criteria. We currently have some spaces available. For further details call 01986 784586 or contact annaandcraig@ bramfieldpreschool.co.uk Please also feel free to look at our website www. bramfieldpreschool.co.uk


so that the new mower and maintenance equipment will be purchased in the very near future.


This will be particularly beneficial for HTFC as the number of players taking part in junior and senior football this year has increased considerably. This is reflected in the success of both sections of the club with the juniors reaching the Under- Sevens Trophy League Cup Final and the senior club has, at the time of writing, not lost a game this season. HCSL


is very pleased


to announce that Mr Carl Chenery has recently become a


trustee. As most of you


will know, Carl is a local businessman, who with his family successfully


run


and own Chinny’s Sports Bar. He is also a highly experienced local footballer and the current manager of this seasons very successful HTFC. As well as being an experienced footballer he brings to HCSL his business experience and great knowledge of the Halesworth area.


For many years sports


organisations in the former Waveney area received an amount of funding each


year from Waveney District Council.


Approximately


ten years ago this ceased and since then the former HPFA and now its successor HCSL has struggled to find alternative


ways to fund


the Dairy Hill site and keep sport in Halesworth. Due to the previous neglect of the site since WDC stopped its annual grant, there is plenty of work to be carried out.


This includes not only major


ground work but also securing the former swimming pool site and making it safe for use, tennis court refurbishment and work on the KSW hut. To obtain funding


to invest in such


works HCSL has decided to sell all excess land it owns. Any funds generated from the sale of such land will be directly reinvested in improving facilities for the HCSL affiliated clubs and so continue to provide sport in Halesworth.


The new season for Halesworth Angel Bowls Club started on April 27th, with training held every Tuesday.


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