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Bungay Flower Club


THE July meeting of the Flower Club will be held on Monday 1st July when Barbara Collins will be demonstrating 'Flor Moments'. The Club exercise will be 'Summer posy'. The meeting will be held in the Emmanuel Rooms, Boyscott Lane, Bungay, NR34 1DG. Doors open at 6.45pm for a 7.15pm start. Refreshments will be served during the break and guests are very welcome.'


'Numbers' Flower Festival. Bungay Flower Club are


organising a flower festival to be held in St Mary's Church, Bungay from Friday 12th July to Sunday 14th July, 10am to 4pm each day. The theme will be 'Numbers' with over 30 very exciting and interesting exhibits with fascinating titles. The festival is being held in aid of The British Heart Foundation and the Epilepsy Association, partly sponsored by some local businesses which is very much appreciated.


Bungay High School News


A GROUP of book lovers and keen writers had the privilege of meeting Sufiya Ahmed, the London based author of ‘Secrets of a Henna Girl’. The morning began with Sufiya giving the students a talk explaining her cultural background including her Muslim faith. This helped us understand the dilemma facing the main character in the story. The students then had an opportunity to act out one of the scenes from the book and after a short break it was time to get creative. Sufiya led the group through planning and writing our own chapter of the story. The results were amazing. As each student read out their ideas, it became apparent that our students have a vivid imagination and an imaginative use of vocabulary. It would not surprise any of us if one or more of the young people there became writers in the future. Jessica Rees in Year 7


entered a big talent contest at Kessingland Beach recently and was astounded when she had her name called out as winner at the end of the evening. Jessica has been practising with the school signing choir so decided to perform a number she had been learning recently. Bruno Mars hit ‘Count On Me’ is a powerful song when signed and it really caught the judges eyes! Jessica had to get through the 1st round during the day to be in the top ten, all of which then performed live in the evening. Jessica now has to go back to the Park finals in September and if she gets selected from this she will go to the national finals in front of a celebrity panel in November! Jessica wanted to thank the rest of the Signing Choir for their help and support, whilst we wish her all the best of luck and look forward to hearing how she does in front of the next judging panel. Bungay Taekwondo Club took along a small team to


compete and officiate in the 1st Open ITF International Competition and obtained some excellent


results


including: Frankie Howells Junior Sparring Green belt to red belt Silver, Malachi Fabian Junior Patterns and sparring white belt to green tag Double Bronze, Mr Gillett Veteran Black belt Sparring 3rd- 6th degree Bronze. Several other members of the club competed bravely in fierce divisions whilst Jacob Burden and Jade Howgate refereed all day. Beccles club (which is overseen by Mr Gillett and run by two of his black belts) also took along a small contingent and achieved some superb results; Bella Mazza-Gibson Junior Black belt patterns Gold, Joel Thrower Cadet Blue Belt Sparring Bronze, Jenna Akerman Senior Black belt Patterns Silver, Barbara Mazza Veteran Black belt Patterns Silver, with Sue and Nidge Bedingfield refereeing. As part of our PSHEE curriculum we aim to highlight to our students the importance of personal safety both at school and in the wider community. This includes ways of recognising and reducing risk, minimising harm and strategies for getting help in risky situations. It is well reported nationally that one of these potential harms is knife crime. In May, PCSO Norman Drew from Suffolk Police came to speak to all students in an assembly to raise awareness of the laws relating to the carrying of offensive weapons and potential strategies for managing peer pressure to carry weapons. The assembly highlighted the importance of keeping one another safe and reporting any concerns to a parent, family member or member of staff at school.


Clinton Gillett Assistant Headteacher


Please come along, not only to enjoy the many beautiful arrangements but to have a look around the lovely


St Mary's Church. Delicious homemade refreshments will be available throughout the day.


ALBURGH VILLAGE CINEMA


ALBURGH Village Cinema presents:- The film evening starts by showing a trailer followed by the feature film “Mary Queen of Scots” (Saorise Ronin, Margot Robbie, Jack Lowden. Joe Alwyn), Historical/Drama on Friday 19th July at Alburgh Village Hall, Low Road, Alburgh. Doors open 6.45pm, bar


opens at 7pm. Film


starts 7.30pm. Ices available during the interval. Adults £4, children (U16) £2. (PG). Further Dates/showing: Wednesday 21st August


TBA, family film, 2pm matinee.


Local Charities combine to provide Bakare Bed


BECCLES and District Club along with the Beccles Diamond Jubilee in Sickness Fund, Beccles Helping Hands and Beccles Townlands Charity have all contributed to provide a Bakare Bed to Mrs Sue Foster due to her permanent ongoing health conditions. Lion President Chris said


“With the help of our friends from other Charities it is an honour and pleasure to be able to provide this Bakare Bed to Sue. She has suffered over the years with such courage and strength that we all felt it was the least we could do was to help her where we could and clearly this Bakare Bed is a very good place to start.” Sue Foster said, “I cannot


thank these organisations enough for this bed it has changed my whole life. As my illness is permanent and so debilitating I do need to rest as much as I can and before I received this bed I was merely surviving with only little or no sleep at all, now I am able to


Trail of Threads


2019 marks the 20th (china) anniversary of the Waveney branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild which was founded to


raise the profile of textile and stitched art. It was felt that this important event should


be marked in some way and an exhibition of members’ work based on the theme of ‘china’ will be displayed in shops throughout Beccles town from July 1st – August


31st entitled ‘Trail of Threads’. A list of participating shops with a map will be available at Beccles Library where there will also be a display cabinet of


other work by Guild members. For more information about


the Guild nationally visit embroiderersguild.com or for local branch information chair.waveney@


contact embroiderersguildeast.org.uk ITFC Supporters AGM


HALESWORTH Branch of ITFC Supporters AGM to be held at


the White Hart


Halesworth on Wednesday 17th July at 8pm members and non-members are all welcome.


Picture Caption: Mrs Sue Foster on the Bakare Bed surrounded by representatives from Beccles Lions Club, Beccles Diamond Jubilee in Sickness Fund, Beccles Helping Hands and Beccles Townlands Charity who together provided it.


JOB VACANCIES


rest when necessary and get a good night’s sleep. I am not having to wake my husband to ask him to help me move or adjust the pillows during the night, because with this wonderful versatile bed I can make the relevant adjustments myself, thus my husband and myself can both now have a good night’s sleep. Equally during the day I don’t have to call upon him to adjust things when I need to rest, I can do it all with this Bakare Bed, when I need to. It really has made such a difference to my life, I cannot thank these wonderful organisations that have helped


me enough, because my life is so different now.” Sue was very happy to demonstrate just how versatile the Bakare Bed was to those representatives from the Charities that had contributed to it. They were Doctor Tony Bubb from Beccles Diamond Jubilee in Sickness Fund, Mr Gary Johnson from Beccles Helping Hands and Mrs Gillian Campbell from Beccles Townlands Charity. Beccles Lions Welfare


Officer, Lion Dermot Wesley- Smith added, “Sue approached Beccles Lions Club asking if we could help. Naturally


we wanted to, so we spoke with our friends in the other Charities. After finding out more information and discussing it further with Sue, we all felt it was a very worthwhile project. It is at times like these that we have to acknowledge the very generous giving of others, this is where it really does shine. Without such giving we are not able to help others and change their lives as this Bakare Bed has done for Sue.” If you wish to know more


about the Beccles Lions Club and the work we do, please contact the club.


Part-Time Warehouse Assistant


V-M Orthotics Ltd seeks an additional team member to support our existing warehouse technician. The company is expanding rapidly and this is a great opportunity for someone who has a good work ethic, excellent organisational skills, and a desire to learn different aspects of the business. There are real career prospects for the right candidate.


Part-Time Warehouse Assistant Based in Halesworth


PLEASE NOTE that applicants must be aged 18 or older for this role. Please reply by email with a CV and covering letter for the attention of Sue Innes at: info@vmorthotics.co.uk


V-M Orthotics Ltd seeks an additional team member to support our existing warehouse technician. The company is expanding rapidly and this is a great opportunity for someone who has a good work ethic, excellent organisational skills, and a desire to learn different aspects of the business. There are real career prospects for the right candidate. Based in Halesworth.


PLEASE NOTE that applicants must be aged 18 or older for this role.


Please reply by email with a CV and covering letter for the attention of Sue Innes at: info@vmorthotics.co.uk


Advertising Sales Executive Realistic OTE - £15,000 to £25,000 a year • Location – Reydon, Southwold


Who are we? We are a leading family owned and run publishing house based on the Suffolk Coast. We’re looking for someone to join our team as an Advertising Sales Executive within our tourism and lifestyle portfolio. We reach more than 2,000,000 people a year and interact with them more than 3,000,000 times a year! We have built our portfolio over the last 40 years, and now work with businesses such as; Ford, Haven, Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Adnams, Vauxhall, Rolex, Forest Holidays, Parkdean Resorts, National Trust and more!


High quality, aff ordable support at home from the experts in care.


Prestige Nursing + Care provides an unrivalled range of care services from one hour visits up to 24 hour nursing care.


• Companionship • Personal Care • Respite Care


Join Us


If you are looking for fl exible or permanent work in the local and surrounding areas, we would love to hear from you.


Halesworth Prestige Nursing + Care Seva Newrick


01986 899075 halesworth@prestige-nursing.co.uk


JUNE 2019 www.prestige-nursing.co.uk


• Daily Living • Live-in Care • Holiday Care


• Nursing Care • Specialist Care • Spinal Injury Care


Who are you? We are looking for a positive, hardworking individual with great local knowledge and excellent communication skills, who is looking for an opportunity to develop themselves. You’ll be given the opportunity to work on our tourism and lifestyle products, particularly the local Community Newspapers as well as opportunities with Visit Suffolk and Visit Norfolk, Places and Faces magazine and more. Experience is not necessary as full training will be provided by our experienced team members, as well as ongoing support and development. If you are a people person looking for a new challenge, this could be a very exciting and rewarding role for you.


Role


Use our experience and customer base, built up over the last 40 years, to sell promotional opportunities within our tourism and lifestyle titles. Speak to local businesses over the phone, by email and face to face, building relationships with our existing client base, as well as looking for new companies who may have an interest in our products. Guide clients through the whole process from the initial contact to designing their advert.


Benefits


Basic salary with uncapped commission on all sales, the more you sell, the more you earn Realistic OTE of £15,000 to £25,000 a year


Achievable bonuses and monthly incentives – including opportunities to earn additional holiday days Pension scheme with company contributions Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm with a half an hour lunch All bank holidays off, and a week off over Christmas! Support from our friendly, knowledgeable team – with nearly 100 years of experience between us Kitchen with free tea and coffee Job security - Working for a well-established, market leading & successful business A strong portfolio of existing and well-established products to sell Modern offices that are just outside Southwold on the Suffolk Coast


For more information about our business, please visit: www.micropress.co.uk Get in touch with us by sending your CV and covering letter to publishing@micropress.co.uk or alternatively call Joe Marritt on 01502 725 835


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