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Halesworth & Southwold Community News June 2019 21 What’s On at the Fisher Theatre THIS June the Fledglings


of FYTG begin the summer, we hope, with their version of Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, a fondly remembered Roald Dahl stories with unforgettable


characters like


Willy Wonka and Verruca Salt. Wed-Sat 5-8th June. Fancy some fantastic music,


then don’t miss The Searchers and Hollies Experience taking you back to a time when millions of records were sold, in the most influential, high- energy decade in pop music history, 1960. Sat 15th June. Svetla’s musical


Cabaret


will carry you gently across the continents by way of a gypsy trail. The accordion, song and violin are not the only


sense teasers on this


trail, because while the sound sets the scene, your taste buds


will be woken by 3 sharing courses and we all know that flavours bring back some of the strongest memories. Friday 21st June.


Radiant Vermin, by acclaimed


playwright Philip


Ridley, is fitting in these times when the property ladder is but a figment of young people’s imaginations. But would you go as far as this young couple to get your dream home? A play for all you would be house owners and movers, perhaps this wickedly comic satire might lighten the situation for you. Friday 28th June. Well


Book Illustrator


known Children’s offers an


Exploring Pen and Ink Workshop for a second time at the Fisher Theatre. Having filled places quickly last time, James Mayhew is offering the


chance to explore pen and ink techniques in depth. Materials provided. Saturday 29th June. There may be faces you know in this talented bunch. Three very different and very popular local bands make up a trio that does Americana, Anglo-Americana,


Indie,


Hip-Hop, RnB and pop for a night full of energy set to get those feet moving. Featuring Shedlode, The Blue Plates and Laurence Kingston. Saturday 29th June. The outdoor season begins and the weather will of course be perfect for Oscar Wilde’s beloved The Importance


comedy of Being


Earnest. Stuff of Dreams bring mistaken


Fisher Theatre, identity, mishaps


and muffins to Bungay Castle, where you may picnic and lounge as the actors keep


10 Broad Street, Bungay, Suffolk.NR35 1EE Tel: 01986 89 7130


www.fishertheatre.org


What's On What's On What's On


Your guide to what's happening in and around Halesworth.


Halesworth dementia Carers’ Fund


Invites you to its Annual General Meeting On Thursday 11th July 2019 between 2pm and 4pm


at the Stables, The Angel Hotel, Halesworth RSVP to dave.hdcf@btinternet.com


THE RED LION Music at


South Green, Southwold Music Dates 9th June John Bullard 4-6pm


16th June Matthew Keane - Piccadilly Swing 4-6pm


21st June Gareth Christian 4-6pm


28th June Ant McAndrew 7th July Mark Antony


01502 723227 WHAT’S ON IN JUNE


EXHIBITION Tue 4 Jun – Sat 20 Jul JAYNE IVIMEY, GORDON SENIOR & MARK READHEAD


MUSIC Sat 8 Jun 7.30pm HALESWORTH COMMUNITY CHOIR


ROYAL BALLET LIVE Tue 11 Jun 7.15pm ROMEO AND JULIET


CINEMA Wed 12 Jun 7.30pm THREE IDENTICAL STANGERS (12A)


MUSIC Fri 14 Jun 7.30pm JINSKI


SILENT FILM/LIVE PIANO Sat 15 Jun 7.30pm METROPOLIS (PG) CINEMA Wed 19 Jun 7.30pm THE BOOKSHOP (PG)


ILLUSTRATED TALK Thu 20 Jun 10.30am RENAISSANCE ITALY


BOOK PRESENTATION Fri 21 Jun 7pm MELISSA HARRISON & JULIET BLAXLAND MUSIC Sat 22 Jun 7.30pm ANNA MUDEKA


ILLUSTRATED TALK Tue 25 Jun 6.30pm HOW BOOKS GET MADE


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CINEMA Wed 26 Jun 7.30pm THE WILD PEAR TREE (15)


NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE Thu 27 Jun 7pm SMALL ISLAND


MUSIC Fri 28 Jun 7.30pm A SAUCERFUL OF FLOYD


CLASSICAL MUSIC Sun 30 Jun 3pm HOFFMEISTER ENSEMBLE


906929 DAY EXCURSIONS


SUN 16TH JUN: GARDENERS WORLD LIVE ....... ..............................................................£60.00 THUR 27TH JUN: NORFOLK SHOW ........ £36.50 SUN 30TH JUN: WESTFIELD SHOPPING CENTRE ................................................£24.00 SUN 14TH JUL: DUXFORD FLYING LEGENDS .... ..............................................................£49.50 THUR 18TH JUL: ELY .............................. £20.00 THUR 1ST AUG: WELLS & HUNSTANTON £21.00 SAT 3RD AUG: RHS HYDE HALL FLOWER SHOW ...................................................£32.00 SUN 4TH AUG: FREEPORT SHOPPING VILLAGE ..............................................................£18.00 TUES 6TH AUG: LEE VALLEY CRUISE .... £47.00 SAT 10TH AUG: RACING AT CHELMSFORD ....... ..............................................................£68.00 SU 11TH AUG: COASTAL LUNCH & GARDENS ... ..............................................................£42.50 TUES 13TH AUG: ANGLESEY ABBEY ..... £35.00 TUES 15TH AUG: SILVERSTONE EXPERIENCE .. ..............................................................£50.00 SAT 17TH AUG: COLCHESTER ZOO ....... £36.00


THEATRES & CONCERTS THUR 13TH JUNE: WESTLIFE ................ £120.00


FRI 19TH JUL: NEWMARKET NIGHTS – THRILLER LIVE .........................................................£53.00


SAT 10TH AUG: WICKED ...........................£76.50 WED 21ST AUG: 9 TO 5 ................................£110 WED 28TH AUG: LION KING ......................£89.50 THUR 5TH SEPT: TINA TURNER ...................£132 THUR 28TH NOV: & JULIET .......................£66.50 SUN 9TH FEB 20: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL – LUZIA .... .............................................................. £108.00 THUR 12TH MAR 20: MARY POPPINS ... £104.00


FRI 9TH AUG HOLIDAYS


SAT 10TH AUG ROCAMADOUR & VALLEY OF THE DORDOGNE


SAILING IN THE WEST MIDLANDS


THUR 15TH AUG DURHAM DISCOVERY


MON 19TH AUG WESTON SUPER MARE BARGAIN BREAK


3 DAYS £199 8 DAYS £829


5 DAYS £399 5 DAYS £239


FRI 6TH SEPT. WONDERFUL WORCESTER 4 DAYS £279 FRI 13TH SEPT. LIVERPOOL TATTOO


3 DAYS £225


SAT 14TH SEPT. A TALE OF BYGONE TIMES 3 DAYS £229 SUN 29TH SEPT. KINSALE & THE HAVEN COAST


FRI 4TH OCT BRUSSELS CITY BREAK 4 DAYS £299 7 DAYS £699


MON 21ST OCT LLANDUDNO BARGAIN BREAK 5 DAYS £249 MON 28TH OCT MARGATE BARGAIN BREAK 5 DAYS £229 MON 4TH NOV EASTBOURNE BARGAIN BREAK 5 DAYS £249 MON 18TH NOV MORECAMBE BARGAIN BREAK 5 DAYS £309


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Just off Halesworth’s Thoroughfare in the OLD PRINT WORKS 2nd SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH 9AM-1PM


PRODUCE MARKET SATURDAY 8th


JUNE


FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE & CRAFTS Fresh Fish and Bread Stalls Contact 01986 798099


New stallholders always welcome


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Blyth Valley Parkinson’s Support Group


WE held our annual Coffee morning at Wenhaston Village Hall. We made an amazing £168 and must thank the people of Wenhaston


in particular


who turned out to support us. We were lucky enough to have Helen Hayes playing her ukulele during the morning helping to create a happy atmosphere,


some singing


along while enjoying coffee and an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets, buy cakes or look at a selection of books and puzzles.


Our next meeting will be on


Wednesday 12th June in the Garden room of Patrick Stead hospital


at 10am when the


Parkinson’s nurse will join us to talk about her role and support she can offer.


you, with high farce and witty dialogue, from dozing on your strawberries. Bring chairs etc. Sunday 30th June. Action


- Reaction, runs until a


very striking exhibition by artist and sculptor Mark Purllant,


June


20th. Impressive drawings and sculptures bursting with energy, some works emerging from


paintings into 3D,


spiralling metal creations and swishing work in ink on paper. Well worth seeing from the Master from the Dojo, inspired by his work in sport, dance and martial arts. Now until 20th June.


Halesworth Christmas Lights


HALESWORTH Event Management have had a busy few months raising money for the Christmas Lights. Another successful quiz was held at Chinny’s in April and once again was a sell out. Many thanks to the team at Lovewell Blake who set the questions and ran the event, thanks also, to Chinny’s for their help on the evening and to everyone who donated raffle/ silent auction prizes. Due to the fantastic support from the whole community the evening raised £1,281 which is great news.


On a quiet, cool evening in


Norwich City Supporters


“NORWICH City – Champions” definitely not a phrase heard back in August. After a disappointing finish last season with


a mid-table position,


nobody would have predicted what would happen next, with a free transfer signing topping the scoring charts and winning Player of the Season. We lost just two away games, scoring 94 goals, finishing five points from second place and a massive eleven points from third. To top it off a certain other team were relegated. We finished the season with the youngest ever back four, a multi national mid field and an unknown Finnish international up front. Messrs Farke and Webber must now work wonders in the transfer market to recruit a few reinforcements without losing the team spirit which won so many points. So now the fun starts, it’s great seeing all the top players but not so good losing heavily to the best teams in the country. Somehow you have to get 35 points, 10 wins and 5 draws, easy! Our Fantasy Football League competition winner has been known for sometime, in the end Josh was 88 points ahead of Mark in second place. We have a new holder of the wooden spoon, Dave finished 112 points behind Charlie at the bottom. The winner’s trophy and the spoon will be presented at our end of season meal on June 8th, 6.30pm for 7pm. Next up will be our summer barbecue. Date to be confirmed.


CC


May groups of people could be seen walking up and down the Thoroughfare enjoying HEM’s first Mystery Moveable Feast. It was a very sociable evening with superb food at all three participating


venues. HEM


would like to thank Simon at The Angel, Becky of De Argenteins and Vicky at the White Hart for their help and co-operation in organising the event.


It was such a success


that plans are already afoot to make it an annual event so look out for the publicity next Spring. HEM are delighted to announce that £287.50 was raised for the Christmas Lights


so many thanks to all who supported the event. Halesworth Town Council


have also generously approved a grant towards this year’s event and for this HEM are extremely grateful.


The next


major fundraiser will be our annual residency in the Pop-up Shop in The Thoroughfare in the first week of August selling all sorts of things! As you can see fundraising is well in hand for this year’s Christmas Lights and if you would like to join HEM the AGM will be held on Tuesday 11th June at 5.30pm in The Stables behind the Angel.


Halesworth Campus


IN April, the Halesworth Campus trustees took on the responsibility


Ltd


We are also delighted that the League


of managing


the Skills Centre ourselves, as Peterborough Regional College Training


and Construction Specialists


decided that they did not wish to be part of the venture any longer. We are now working actively


with different


organisations who want to make use of the fabulous facilities the Skills Centre has in place.


In fact, we are very pleased to say that ‘Suffolk New College - on the coast’, based in Leiston, are planning to run


courses career in at Campus from September.


Halesworth If


you, or someone you know, might be interested in pursuing a


hairdressing or


professional cookery there is information on their website at www.suffolk.ac.uk/course- categories/on-the-coast.


Patrick Stead


of Friends of Hospital are


going to fit out a dedicated space in the Skills Centre to provide day care that was previously provided at Rayner Green. The


Skills Centre has


lecture/meeting/classrooms that are available to hire for community use, even on a one-off basis.


If you would


like to find out whether there is something to suit your needs please contact us at info@ halesworthcampus.org and mark your


query for the


attention of Les Lelean. For further information about Halesworth Campus in general, please look at our website www.halesworthcampus. org or email us at info@ halesworthcampus.org.


Beccles & District Horticultural Society Summer Show


BECCLES & District Horticultural Society will be holding their Summer Show on Saturday 13th July at the St


Johns Ambulance Blyburgate, Beccles


Hall, from


12noon. Our show has a spectacular display of entries to enjoy.


Our friendly gardening club was established in 1832. It holds monthly meetings with


a variety of speakers and four shows each year. It caters for gardeners of all levels. Come along as a guest with no obligation to see if you like the club. For further information please contact Rebecca Bedwell, Secretary rwallers@ waitrose.com


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