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A plan to repair, restore and enhance The Cut, Halesworth


THE Cut has now been a home for the arts in Halesworth for almost 20 years. Two decades of providing the local community with a centre for live performance, music, film, dance, classes, or simply a place to have a chat and a coffee. With all those comings and goings it's no wonder the building is showing its age. In 2019 we are aiming to raise £100,000 to pay for repairs and improvements so we can continue to provide Halesworth with the


best


possible venue for 2020 and beyond. You are invited to the '2020 Vision' Launch Party on Friday 5th July. Come and join us for a special evening at The Cut. Drinks, snacks, information and ideas, a film of how we started and how far we have come, with live music. Doors open at 7pm. Formal launch at 7.40pm.


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EAST Suffolk U3A group takes a break over the summer, but comes back with a sparkling new programme of events in September.


The Open Day on Friday 6th September from 10.30am to 12.30pm at Kesgrave Community


Centre gives


members and potential members the chance to see what is on offer for the coming year. U3A is aimed at older people who want to get as much as possible out of life. There are no entry qualifications and no barriers to joining. All U3A asks is that you come along with an open


mind, be prepared to join in and contribute to one or more of the many activities on offer. The range of activities is huge, with everything from walking to knitting, astronomy to Spanish, Scrabble to Shakespeare. Starting again in the middle of September, U3A has lined up a variety of speakers, presenting topics on a wide range of topics including the perennial favourites of history, science, travels and art.


Friday 6th September 10.30am to 12.30pm,


Kesgrave Community Centre,


Twelve Acre Approach, Bell Lane, Kesgrave IP5 1JF.


Community Fun Day, Sunday 7th July, 2.30pm COME and join us for an afternoon of family fun at the Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew. A traditional Summer Fete


with stalls, competitions and games to test your skills. Cream teas, barbecue bar available


and all afternoon. Children’s play area and free Bedfield Fete July 6th


BEDFIELD and Monk Soham Sports Club will be holding its excellent Summer Fete this year on Saturday 6th July, commencing


at 2pm.


Organised by the Sports Club in partnership with all the other village organisations it is guaranteed to be as always one of the best community events in the area.


There


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be ample free parking close by. The fete this year promises to be even better than normal with all the tried and tested great favourites by way of the much-loved


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entertainment, games, and much more. The raffle, tombola and other stalls will also be there to tempt your luck as well as brass band, music, a licensed bar, refreshments and a barbecue. Static exhibitions will include vintage vehicles and tractors, model railways and boats, plus much more.


A car-boot sale will also be present and vehicle entry is only £5, payable on the day. Everyone is made to feel very welcome at the Fete and we look forward to greeting first time visitors and meeting our old friends again, many who have been coming for a considerable number of years. For a really great day out


please come to Bedfield Fete and support us. Geoff Robinson will be delighted to give you further information on 01728 685425. We look forward to seeing you on July 6th.


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Look forward to seeing you


Open day: Your opportunity to see what our groups across East Suffolk will be offering for the coming year. U3A


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NB: Occasionally U3A may have to make last minute changes so please see the website for the most up to date information.


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Remembrance of Normandy D-Day Landings, 75 years on 55 Army Cadets and adult instructors from Suffolk Army Cadet Force, accompanied by serving soldier from Woodbridge Royal Engineers acting as outlet Battlefield Tour Guide, travelled to Normandy, France to celebrate and commemorate the D-Day beach landings 75 years after it happened.


The Normandy D-Day beach invasion was the world’s largest invasion in history and helped secure the victory for the allies during the Second World War. Suffolk Cadets were a contributor to the 2000 Army Cadets and Adult Instructors who have taken part in the nationally organised trip over the last seven days.


Amongst their presence, the cadets had guided tours in the landing beaches, the American objectives including Omaha beach and Point de Hoc, before proceeding to cover the British and Allies events at the infamous Pegasus Bridge, Gold Beach,


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event finished with a drum head service, overlooking the town of Arromanche, which homes the Mulberry B Harbour. Cadets


spent time this memory alive’.


The initiative was supported and controlled by Wiltshire ACF and all Army cadet units were invited to attend. Along with experience cadets could see the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) and how it was applied during the Second World War. Commandant Suffolk Army Cadet Force, Colonel Smith said:


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“As Commandant of Suffolk Army Cadet Force I am very proud that Cadets from across Suffolk have been able to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day by joining Army Cadets from around the country on an informative battlefield experience and commemorative event.


The visit included a tour of six carefully selected stands accompanied


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on the Suffolk Regiment involvement in the landings. After landing at Gold Beach, the sights were set in land towards Caen, capturing Hillman, a large German battery. Cadet


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This was without a doubt a fantastic opportunity for all who took part and thanks must be given to all of the Cadet Force Adult Volunteers who planned and supported us with this very special experience”. Talks are already in place for future trips that may include, The Dunkirk Evacuation, Victory in the Far East and other significant historical events. To find out more about the


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