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THE next meeting will be held on June 7th, at: The Community Centre,


Martlesham


Felixstowe Road, Heath, Suffolk,.


IP12 4PB, 7.30pm to 10pm. Sally Dearman Cumming presents “From Fast jet to Wobbly Head”. In October 1984 parachutist and private pilot, Sally


Dearman Cummings


flew herself into Royal Air Force Cranwell for Initial Officer Training. Following six years service as a fighter controller


she transferred to


the pilot branch, becoming the first woman through the RAF’s fast-jet flying training system, later


retraining as a rotary


(helicopter) Search and Rescue pilot. She tells her story. Entry costs £3 for Society members, £4 for non-members, who are also welcomed. Contact: howard on 01473 274300 for information. The Society website www.mhas.


The Martlesham Heath Aviation Society Martlesham


org.uk The


of


Heath


Control Tower Museum is now open every Sunday afternoon from 2pm – 5pm. A Special free Guided Walk The Martlesham Heath


Airfield site looking at what remains of this extensive Airfield (there is more than you think!)


with associated


stories and descriptions. The walk takes about 2 hours. Wear sensible shoes, well behaved dogs welcomed. The Museum will be open when you return. Sunday


23rd June at


10.30am, meet at the Control Tower Museum, (free and easy parking) behind Parkers Place, off Eagle Way, Martlesham Heath, IP5 3UZ. See website www.mhas.org. ukfor more information.


FIVE organisations that care for the heritage,


Landguard Governance Project secures National Lottery support wildlife


and natural environment on the Landguard Peninsula in Felixstowe, with East Suffolk Council acting as lead partner, have received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £43,200 for an exciting project in Felixstowe made possible from money raised by National Lottery


players. The project which focuses on how the nationally important heritage and natural environment at Landguard can be best managed into the future will commence in June.


into


Landguard has developed an


extremely popular


destination for local people and visitors alike over the past 30 years. During that time there have been many changes and the organisations involved now need to review what they have achieved so far and seek the best way forward to meet the challenges of the future. Supported


through


Film comes to you Wickham Market Village Hall


www.wmvillagehall.org.uk Diary 3rd Saturday of every month


The next presentation is


Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again(PG) starring Cher


Saturday 15th June 7pm for 7.30pm


Advance tickets: The Tea Pot 46 or turn up on the night. Remember to bring a cushion for extra comfort. Doors open 7pm. www.facebook.com/ wickhammarketmovies


St Peters Festival, Blaxhall


ST Peter’s Festival in Blaxhall will be held on June 22nd and 23rd from 11am until 5pm. This year’s theme is children’s books. There will be flowers in the Church and an Art Exhibition in the Village Hall.


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WOODBRIDGE Methodist Church is pleased to introduce their


and


Families Worker, Nicki Dixon. Nicki will be working at both Alan Road and Woodbridge Methodist Churches, starting in May. Nicki writes that she feels


truly blessed that the path God has put her on to work with these two churches. Nicki lives in Sudbury,


where she was born and raised,


and is married to


Jason. They have two sons, Patrick (21) who runs his own web businesses from home in Stowmarket


and James


Children and Families Boost new Children


(18) who starts university in London in September studying sports business and coaching. Last year Nicki ran a 10-


week Saturday morning club at Sudbury Library for primary school aged children and their parents called Planet Library where they learned about the world and its animals through arts, crafts and reading. Nicki loves drama and will be exploring the work of the Open The Book and Just42 groups, together with Woodbridge Methodist


Church’s thriving


Parent and Toddler and Messy Church groups.


National Lottery the Heritage


Fund, the project will provide training opportunities to ensure trustees and key volunteers are aware of the most up to date best practice so they can confidently develop a shared vision and strategic plan. To inform outcomes workshops, consultations and learning opportunities through visits to similar will


charity take place, organisations place, as well as


professional led business and visitor assessments. Landguard


a peninsula


is a special to the


south of Felixstowe lying between the North Sea and the Orwell Estuary. King Henry VIII commanded the first fortifications to be built at Landguard to defend Harwich. Defences


have come and


gone, changed and developed to counter


ever evolving


threats from abroad. Today the present Grade 1 listed 18thC Fort is bordered on one side by a vegetated shingle spit designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and on the


other by the busiest container Port


in the UK. Housed in


the Ravelin block is the Felixstowe Museum, whilst the Landguard Bird Observatory is situated atop one of the Fort’s prominent outer gun batteries. This juxtaposition of giant ships and


cranes, wildlife


and history merge here into one unique but ever changing landscape at the southern most tip of Suffolk. Commenting on the award, Landguard Project Officer Paul Grant said: “We want to build on the amazing work that’s been done by our dedicated volunteer groups and there are exciting plans and ideas for Landguard’s future. First however we need to make sure we have the right structure and resources in place to make the most of new opportunities. So it’s great that the National Lottery Heritage Fund is supporting us with a grant from its Resilient


Heritage


Fund towards shaping our future.”


English


Notes to editors This project is a partnership between the organisations that manage the heritage and wildlife assets at Landguard. These are; Council,


East Suffolk Heritage,


Landguard Conservation Trust, Felixstowe Museum and the Landguard Fort Trust. More information


can be found at www. discoverlandguard.org.uk


COAST RUN/WALK 2019 ON Sunday, 5th more


yet challenging than participated in 860 entrants The Rotary


Clubs of Saxmundham and Framlingham annual Heritage Coast marathon, half marathon and six mile fun run and walks. “The


amount of communities support


we receive annually from the local


alongside


devoted runners from around the country and beyond is truly remarkable,” said Owen Lower, Race Organiser, “We are proud of our unique event welcoming all levels of runners, joggers or walkers. What started out 37 years ago with a few hundred entrants continues to centre on bringing together families and communities together.” This year’s proceeds will support Prostate Cancer UK, an organisation


dedicated to


supporting men with prostate cancer to receive the best treatment and care in the UK. Broadcaster and presenter Bill Turnbull showed his support for the cause by starting off the marathon and half marathon races.


2019 results: The three


courses are set in some of the most attractive Suffolk countryside the region has to offer and presents a scenic


THE ROTARY HERITAGE May,


About The National Lottery Heritage Fund Using money raised by the National Lottery, we Inspire, lead and resource the UK’s heritage


to create positive


and lasting change for people and communities, now and in the future. www.heritagefund. org.uk.


course to


competitors. This year’s top three winners in the different running categories are: Marathon winners – male: Barnaby Rufford 3:01:17, Tom Cresswell 3:01:43, Tom Wake 3:06:54.


Sarah Fitch


Marathon winners – female: 3:51:41, Emily


Murray 4:17:09, (joint) Rachel Walker and Ann Zie – 4:24:15. Half marathon winners –


male: Richard Heath 1:22:42, Adam Howlett


1:22:44,


Cooper Berry 1:24:02. Half marathon winners – female: Katie Austin 1:34:05, Paula Dye 1:40:08, Jenny Thomas 1:43:23.


Six mile winners – male: Roger Braybrooks 36:16, Lee Barber 36:20, Jim Last – 37:17.


Six mile winners – female: Becky Smith 41:03,


Sarah Dudgeon 41:48, Geraldine Clarke 46:24. Fifteen years and under six


mile winners: Brandon Barber 43:18, Matthew Rose 44:38, Brendon Rose – 45:35. This year’s fastest team on the half marathon was again the Framlingham Flyers.


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