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New Features as popular Food and Drink Festival returns


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NOW in it’s 5th year, the popular Beccles Food and Drink Festival is returning in 2019 with some new features to celebrate the best of Suffolk and Norfolk producers.


The


free event, set for Saturday 25th May, will showcase over 70 food and drink stalls, many of them local artisan producers, as well as those from further afield in East Anglia. As well as stallholders who have supported the event from the start, new traders to feature include those making artisan Scotch eggs, Greek Cypriot skewers, Suffolk gin and vodka, and bacon relish, mayonnaise and mustard. Based in the centre of the vibrant market town around New Market, Sheepgate, in St Michael’s Church and the Public Hall, the Festival runs from 10 am till 4 pm and will include a competition, street food, music and children’s entertainment. East Coast College


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increases its Green Credentials THE Hammond Motor Group has certainly come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1962; this was the year when Roy and Daisy Hammond started the business working out of a wooden workshop in Wenhaston.


The company now resides


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Nissan, Isuzu, Subaru, and Iveco. It also has a rental department, an HGV commercial vehicle servicing centre, an accident repair centre and a recovery department. Further afield, it has a semi- trailer repair business in Dereham under the name of Roadcare, another recovery site in Rendlesham and a Nissan


be running a food theatre, including demonstrations by Mark Dixon from the Kings Head at Fleggburgh, James Santello from the Dukes Head at Somerleyton and Marie Taylor will cook a game dish from the nearby Sotterley Estate. Another first for the Festival is a mini “Battle of the Beccles Bangers”, featuring eight butchers who sell their sausages in or just outside the town, while John Hemmant from Chet and Waveney Valley Vineyard will give a talk on winemaking. Another new feature for 2019 is a series of Fringe events held at venues in the town and within a 15 mile radius. Running from 18th May till 2nd June, invited food and drink establishments in the local area will be running a variety of events, from Asian, Vegan, Japanese and Sushi


franchise in Bury St Edmunds which also includes an accident repair centre.


The accident repair centre in Halesworth is one of the largest in East Anglia, covering over 45000sq ft. It’s capable of repairing all types of vehicles, from small cars to all types of heavy goods vehicles. To give you an idea of the scale, it can straighten a lorry chassis’ and if needed, completely respray a double decker bus. Recently, after a successful application and assistance from the Business Energy Efficiency Anglia Programme, Hammonds enhanced their eco credentials with the installation of three new Junair spray booths, capable of not only spraying cars, but the largest panel vans, too. This followed a previous investment in 2016 when they added a suite of solar panels to two of their main buildings.


The original booths were installed in 1995, which was the same time that they doubled the building size.


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nights to Suffolk and cheese themed menus, a chocolate experience, fizzy wine and canapes,


a lamb themed


Farmers Market, gin tasting with cocktails and canapes, a sausage making workshop and a farm tour.


Host


establishments include Graze at the White Horse, Relish Café, Urban Jungle Suffolk, Momiji Japanese, Waveney House Hotel, Baileys, Chet and Waveney Valley Vineyard, Beccles Farmers Market, Swan House, Peachey’s Preserves and Meadow Classroom at Maisebrooke Farm. Free Festival programmes, containing


details of all


the events, recipes, and a competition for the event day,


are available from Visitor Information Points in Beccles at Beccles Books, Saxons, the Library, Station Café and Quay Café. A free Park & Ride shuttle service will run throughout the event from Beccles Quay, where additional parking will be available.


Beccles is well


served by both rail and bus links, both within easy walking distance of the Festival, and visitors are encouraged to use public transport to avoid town centre congestion on the day. For further information and the full programme, go to becclesfoodfestival.co.uk, Facebook and Twitter.


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QADs is an advanced auxiliary air movement system that supplies filtered airflow from the corners of the booths, saving energy, time and money on the paint curing process. Most of the energy used by a spray booth is expended on heating up external air to the temperature required. With Fuel Saver Mode, this automated system recirculates the air during idle and approximately 22% of energy costs can be saved.


LED lighting has been specifically designed for use in the new spray booths. LEDs are well known for their energy efficiency; as well as significantly increasing LUX levels when compared to standard spray booth lighting. This offers a more consistent and cleaner light that closely replicates natural daylight at 5700k (K, also known as kelvin, is a unit of measurement used to measure absolute temperature). This means painters can achieve a more accurate colour rendition. Add the fact that most of the products used are waterborne, this helps create a much cleaner environment.


Glen Hammond, Managing Director said, “It’s a win, win situation for us and the customer, not only do we cut down on our carbon footprint, but these new booths allow us to get a faster and even better standard of finish”, he concluded, “We are now looking at doing the same for our Bury St Edmunds site, too”.


SATURDAY 18th – Chris North, Amazing Mysteries (10+) 7.30pm. The illusionist’s latest offering. Witness some of the inexplicable curiosities that astounded Victorian audiences. Sunday 19th – Within the Golden Hour (World Premiere) 2pm. The contemporary face of The Royal Ballet in works from three of today’s leading choreographers.


Monday 20th – Shoplifters (15), 7.45pm. Warm, understated drama. A family take in a small child left outside in the cold. They barely make enough to survive but live happily together until an unforeseen incident tests the bonds that unite them. Tuesday 21st – To Catch a Thief (PG), dementia-friendly matinee, 1pm. A jewel thief is at large, and all evidence points to Cary Grant.


Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, More2Screen, 7pm. A thrilling, audacious and witty production which shattered convention, turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm.


Thursday 23rd – Red Room, a murder mystery tribute to the world of Twin Peaks, Strange Fascination Theatre, 7.30pm, £25 with buffet, Max of 35 tickets available, runtime 2 hours.


Friday 24th-An Honest Gentleman, 7.30pm. Little is known of Thomas Easter, East Anglia’s very own Dick Turpin, except that he was born in


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MAY 2019 Fisher Theatre (Runtime: 2h 14mins).


Aylsham in Norfolk in 1715 and was hung at Tyburn 24 years later. This musical fills in the gaps.


Saturday 25th-New Grass Cutters, 7.30pm. The superb musicians who tour with Joe Brown play stunning new arrangements of rock and pop classics.


Friday 31st-Tori Freestone


Trio, A Sea of Clouds, 7.30pm. Drawing inspiration from today’s cordless trios, infused with sounds from her folk roots, Tori Freestone’s new set also has Latin and Brazilian elements. JUNE: Wednesday 5th to Saturday 8th - Charlie & The Chocolate Factory. 7.30pm (plus 2pm Saturday show). The Fisher Youth Theatre Group in their unique, exciting take on the Roald Dahl classic. Monday 10th - Bohemian Rhapsody (12A), 7.45pm.


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foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Tuesday 11th - Some Like it Hot (PG), 1pm. (Dementia Friendly) (Runtime 117 mins) To elude irate Chicago mobsters


Tony Curtis and


Jack Lemmon masquerade as women musicians and befriend a beautiful singer (Marilyn Monroe).


Art Exhibitions: Artist & Sculptor - Mark Purllant May 19th – June 20th. Fisher Theatre, 10 Broad St, Bungay, NR35 1EE. Box office: 01986 897150 Web: www.fishertheatre.org Don’t forget our CrowdFunding Campaign to secure the future of our community theatre! Please donate.


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