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SATURDAY 27th July: Spikedrivers – ‘Bluesroots at its Best.’, 7.30pm. Their music has been described as 'haunting', 'gutsy', 'tribal' and even psychedelic. Blues in Britain says, “From the first note, Spikedrivers demand to be listened to. Ben Tyzack, Constance Redgrave and Maurice McElroy are three very talented musicians willing to experiment and evoke unusual contemporary sounds while they continue to keep diggin’ the blues by the roots.” Saturday 27th & Sunday
28th July: Strange Fascination Theatre - ‘Jungle Book’, 2.30pm and 5pm, Bungay Castle Grounds. Strange Fascination Theatre celebrate their fifth year and return to Bungay Castle with a brand- new adaption of the Kipling classic. Full of puppets, colourful characters, audience interaction and all the comedy and excitement you have come to expect from an SF show! Join Mowgli, Baloo, the fearsome Shere Kahn and all your favourites. Fun for all the family! Bring a picnic and
enjoy an afternoon of jungle adventure like no other! Monday 29th July: Bungay
Film Club - ‘The Go Between’ (12A), 7.45pm. A classic British drama scripted by Harold Pinter and based on the LP Hartley novel of the same name. Norfolk 1900. Leo is spending summer on the estate belonging to his friend Marcus’ wealthy family. Leo develops a crush on Marcus’ sister, a beauty soon to be engaged to Hugh, a viscount and jolly good sort. Marian makes a favourite of Leo and asks him to carry messages for her. Wednesday 31st July: Fisher Folk & Acoustic, 7.30pm, held in the heart of the historic Fisher Theatre in the atmospheric cellar, offering a prime opportunity for local talent of all kinds to perform in a friendly and appreciative environment. Slots are 20mins long. A great place for music- lovers to meet, mingle, listen and share. Booking in advance to
perform is essential,
email: cellaracoustic@gmail. com (limited to 50 in cellar including performers).
WE have been the victim of poor weather-yet again- and Chappel & Wakes Colne who have beaten us twice in close and high scoring games. However we are still tucked in behind the leaders in the division as we go into the final phase of the season. Results: Copford-cancelled due to rain.
S.Goddard 58, Maldon 92 all out P Minhas 5-27. T Feveyear 4-35. Sax won by 45 runs. Sax 183 all out A Cook
62. Brockley 120 all out T Feveyear 4-25. Sax won by 63 runs.
Chappel & Wakes Colne
198-8. B Thurston 3-33, Saxmundham 182 all out P Minhas 50. B Thurston 44. G Butler 40 C & WC won by 18 runs. Brockley 115-1. Rain Stopped Play Sax did not bat. Saxmundham 227-3. A Cook
76. A Ferguson 54. Chappel & Wakes Colne
231-9. B Thurston 5-46, R Amaratunge 3-34. C & WC won by 1 wkt.
Saxmundham Sports CC August fixtures: Saturday
3rd v Colchester Cavaliers (home). Saturday 10th v Kesgrave (away). Saturday 17th v Coggeshall (home). Saturday 24th v Copford (away). Saturday 31st Maldon (home).
Unfortunately I haven't
been able to follow Sax has much as I would have liked so far this season. However, part of my Saturday/Sunday summer ritual
Saxmundham In Suffolk and family/friends playing cricket in East and West Yorkshire, Dorset and Cambridgeshire via the 'play-cricket' website. Saturday 13th proved to be a crucial day for a number of my clubs. This built up very nicely for Sunday 14th Cricket World Cup Final! Whilst watching some live County Cricket I was then fortunate enough to catch the dramatic finale as England brought home the World Cup. Djokovic and Federer courteously finished their epic Wimbledon final to allow viewers on both Sky and 'free to air ' TV to celebrate!
POTTON Hall is pleased to announce the opening of its 3 acre Wildflower Meadow adjacent to its Spa and Gardens at Potton Hall, Westleton, Suffolk, IP17 3EF. Potton Hall is open to the public Wednesday thru Sunday and specialises in serving healthy lunches and afternoon teas in its Yurt and Gardens. A range of plants are for sale. There is a small admission charge when attending Open Garden Days on certain Sunday afternoons. (See our website www.pottonhall.st
further details/dates etc.) Our next Open Garden afternoon is scheduled for Sunday 28th July from 2pm-5pm. Dogs on leads please. Further dates will be announced from time to time. Admission £4 per person – free to members of Westleton Gardeners Club.
There is no admission
charge for visitors to the Gardens or the Yurt Café. Tel. Priscilla on 07932 278922 for further details of treatments/ bookings at the Spa and for party booking. Please note the Hall, which
is reputed to be of 17th Century origin is not open to the public. We hope to recommence the popular music concerts during the summer of 2020. Please send us your email details (email us at holly@ pottonhallltd.co.uk
) if you wish to join our mailing list and receive details of future concerts, if you have not already done so. Potton Hall is situated off the
B1125 Dunwich Road between Westleton and Blythburgh and is clearly signed down a long drive to the car park area.
Alde Valley Classics Day 2019
ON Sunday 11th August the Alde Valley Classics Day will return for the eleventh year to the Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew. There will be a display of classic cars, military vehicles, motorbikes and tractors as well as stalls offering books, home-grown produce and preserves. Hot barbecued food will be served throughout the day and also filled rolls, hot and cold drinks and delicious home-made cakes. Alde Valley Classics will again welcome 1940’s style dance group ‘Jivebunnies’ - displaying their classic dance routines and inviting audience members to participate. The Alde Valley Classics
Day starts at 11am and ends at 4pm. Entry to the public is £2.50 per person/U14s free which includes free all-day car parking. Admission for classic vehicle exhibitors and their passengers is free and attendance mementoes will be given.
Funds raised from the event support the seven churches in the Alde River Benefice – St Mary’s Church, Benhall, St Peter’s Church Blaxhall, St Mary’s Church Farnham with Stratford St Andrew, All Saints Church, Great Glemham, St Andrew’s Church Little Glemham, St John the Baptist Church Snape and St Mary Magdalene Church, Sternfield. There will be an extensive photographic exhibition in the Riverside Centre, compiled by Snape resident Brian Boulton, which features the activities of the Benefice churches and their communities. Do come along and join us
for a fun day out for all the family.
For more information or if
you would like to bring your vehicle along to exhibit on the day, please visit our website aldevalleyclassics.org.uk
NEWS FROM DEBEN ROTARY
ALL change at the top at the Rotary Club of Woodbridge Deben when, at our handover evening on Monday 1st July, Rotarian Chris Walker succeeded Rotarian Tom Griffin as President. We Look forward to another enjoyable year of fellowship and community service. We have been out and about
in the last few weeks at various events including the Regatta, Melton Fete and Martlesham Village day, where you may have seen our Rotary gazebo or had a go at our popular
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putting game. Our annual vocational
award was presented to Anne Stevenson as a much deserved mark of appreciation for her long service with the British Legion poppy appeal. Anne was presented with the vocational service shield and a cheque. We were delighted when
one of our members, Rotarian Peter Kidd, was awarded the British empire medal in the Queens Birthday Honours list. The award was recognition of many years community
service with Rotary, and in particular Rochford House, mentoring and services to the village of Little Bealings. Our Memory Café, run in conjunction with Woodbridge Rotary and Woodbridge Inner
Wheel, continues to
flourish. We meet on the last Wednesday of every month from 10.30am to 12noon at Woodbridge Football Club. If you would like more details of this or any other aspects of Rotary please contact Rotarian Martin Kenyon on 01394 386933.
Another successful year for
Suffolk Tai Chi Academy SUFFOLK Tai Chi, is a community group, run by volunteers. This year we are proud to have donated £8600 to local charities! We are now expanding to
twenty one classes. There are new Tai Chi Beginners classes starting in Needham Market & Hollesley. Also, Kesgrave can take new beginners. No joining, upfront or monthly fees. September 2nd at 7.15pm– 9.15pm. Needham Market Community Hall, School Street, IP6 8BB. £6 per class. Alan Munson. Phone 07796 340 009. email prioryjazz@btinternet. com
September 5th at 10.30am -12.30pm. Hollesley Village Hall, Hollesley. IP12 3QU. £3 per class. Julia Pallett, Phone 01394
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1st Scouts Hall, Twelve Acre Approach, IP5 1JF. £3.50 per class. Jayne Raby & Brenda Edwards, Phone 01394 383076 email: email@example.com
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Moy's short 17 move set with emphasis on learning how the moves work for us, but not on remembering them parrot fashion. We want students to relax through our classes not stress out if they miss a weeks instruction. The Suffolk Tai Chi Academy
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All our Instructors are volunteers this allows interested people low cost access to Tai Chi. We teach Tai Chi as an exercise and relaxation form, without any religious influence. Whilst our 'Home' centre is Ufford we have grown beyond our expectations over the last six
years from one class in Ufford to now having twenty one classes. Starting with one instructor we
now have twelve! and encourage our members to freely exchange knowledge and experience in class to help others with their Tai Chi. Our classes are designed
with the community in mind. Class fees are minimal. They cover hall hire, insurance and instructor courses. This makes our Tai Chi easily accessible to all. The remaining balance is donated to external charities, with the main focus on local charity. Health and fitness to most people means how fast or far they can run or how heavy a weight can be lifted, or winning a sports match, but Tai Chi is health and fitness through flexibility, improved circulation, healthier internal organs, improved posture and balance, calmness and a lessening of work stress. In short, just feeling younger in all ways. Tai chi is a low-impact activity and is designed to stretch the body in a natural way. We would recommend Tai
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