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A true Pioneer
or Twenty-five years a (woman) priest
MAY 21st this year marked a very special anniversary for the Revd Siw Carlsson. Exactly twenty-five years ago, she was among the very first women to be ordained priest in the Church of England.
Revd Roy Williamson, Bishop of Southwark, conducted the
ceremony, a day that
Siw (and apparently he) will never forget. Siw then served in various London parishes, before working as a chaplain at Ipswich Hospital. Now retired, she is a much-loved assistant priest at St Mary’s Church, Woodbridge.
Siw marked her special day as celebrant at the Parish Eucharist on Pentecost Sunday.
PRESS NOTICE Premises Licence – Variation Application
Name of Applicant:Anna Porter Name of Premises: Debach Airfield
Postal Address of Premises: Grove Farm, Sandy Lane, Clopton WoodbridgeIP13 6QT
This application may be viewed at: East Suffolk Council
East Suffolk House, Riduna Park and Station Road, Melton Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 1RT and Riverside 4 Canning Road Lowestoft Suffolk NR33 0EQ
To add the exhibition of films to the existing premises licence for the Friday and Saturday of the Trip Out event 00:00 to 04:00
Dates between which representations may be made to the Licensing Authority: Start Date: 28th June 2019 Closing Date: 25th July 2019
Representations must be made in writing to the Licensing Team, East Suffolk Council (as the Licensing Authority) at the above address, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is £5000
AS we found out from Peter Youngs our entertaining June speaker, water for food is not as simple as it seems. We learnt about the method of irrigation, how when it is too dry, potatoes and carrots think the growing season is over and form a protective skin which ruins their taste. Of the post in
the ground in the middle of a field that sends a signal to the computer in the farm office; give us some water. The huge reels of piping slowly unrolling as the water jet travels between the rows across the crop, or the outspread arms of a gantry watering a dozen rows at a time.
The pumps bringing water to the well heads from the aquifers deep under the earth. The legislation seems a nightmare, abstraction licences, how much can you use before the level drops too low and where will the water come from in the future? As Peter pointed out; to maintain the present level
production and the anticipated future increase we will need
an additional 40/50% more water in the next ten years. Are you talking about desalination someone asked. Well Israel has had to do it, so watch this space.
Our next meeting on July 1st is the lovely occasion of our ladies summer lunch. Our August speaker will be Peter Wain telling us about the long lost port of Gosford at the mouth of the Deben. Our venue on the first Monday of each month is Woodbridge
speaker. Have a look at our website woodbridgeprobus. org.uk
you will be fascinated.
Woodbridge Cruising Club
WINDS were very light for the club’s opening Deben Discovery Cruise and although 10 boats attended only four were tempted to take part in the timed passage to the Washington buoy and back. Much depended on getting the tide right so as not to spend too much time actually rounding the buoy and ‘Star- Ven’s skipper, timed his run to perfection
home ahead of ‘Amy’ after the official handicapper had had his say. After ‘Safe Arrival Drinks’
Bridge Farm Day Nursery Martlesham IP12 4RB
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crews enjoyed a meal in the Ramsholt Arms and the cruise organiser returned to her boat to wipe up the tin of varnish she’d knocked over earlier, claiming it was to create the uber fashionable ‘distressed’ look.
Lynn’s trip to the Channel Islands and Northern France came a bit soon in the season for most crews or perhaps
it was fears over Brexit, red diesel and the Tory leadership elections that kept them at home. Undeterred Freeman spliced his mainbrace pulled on his oilskins and proudly flew the red ensign for his own D-Day tribute along the Normandy beaches
of the more formal armada carrying the few remaining veterans of the actual event. Coming up in the next few weeks will be cruises to Dover, to inspect the castle, Lowestoft for the summer Solstice.
Southwold for the
beer and along the south coast to Portsmouth presumably to inspect our defences in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Boats passing Bawdsey to ‘discover’ how the Deben entrance has weathered the winter storms.
More information about
the club and its activities can be found at www. woodbridgecruisingclub.org
It was a truly joyous occasion. Afterwards, she was presented with two bouquets, followed by a barbecue for everyone in her honour. A huge cake had been made, decorated with icing cotton-reels, embroidery frames and stitches, reflecting her
hobby of sewing and
knitting, and her original career as an occupational therapist. With typical thoughtfulness, Siw had also made a large tray- bake for those at the party to enjoy.
Congratulations to a true pioneer!
Photograph by Janice Poulson.
Melton Bowls Club
MEL Saggers and Eric Titshall, last year’s winners of the D Sharp Landscapes Invitation Pairs Tournament managed to win the trophy again this year but only by a very narrow margin. They carded 56 points just ahead of Owen and Mary Brown in second on 54 points with David Austin and Mary Gillam in third with 50 points. The EBF Three Bowl Pairs
Tournament, was, played this year in perfect
on Melton Bowls Club fast running green and attracted a full complement of 28 pairs. With one game remaining for each team, Saggers and Titshall were one of only 3 pairs, from the two sections, who had won all their games. They had 38 points and were in third place behind R Manning, who led on 42 and L Coles on 40 points. Their final game was against the leaders and resulted in a good win over R Manning to set the field a target of 56 points. L Coles failed to get the win in their final game that
they needed to take the trophy, narrowly losing to A Glassock. Owen and Mary Brown who had lost one game, secured a 19 point win in their last game against C Calver, which was enough to secure them second place with 54 points. David Austin and Mary Gillam also lost one game but finished strongly, dropping only one point in their last game against W Moss. They finished equal on 50 points with A Glassock but took the third spot by having a better shots total. After the games were completed, the Tournament sponsor Derrick Sharp and event organiser, Peter Moyes presented the trophy and prizes to the first, second and third placed pairs. Pic: Eric Titshall and Mel Saggers, winners of the D Sharp Landscapes Pairs Tournament, with the trophy flanked by Tournament organiser Peter Moyes on the left and sponsor Derrick Sharp on the right.
Golf Club, a
social get together, a delicious lunch
and a fascinating
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