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THE Melton Tree Warden’s efforts were boosted by extra manpower when, one Tuesday


evening in June,


the Cubs of 5th Woodbridge Sea Scouts Group came to Melton Recreation Ground to hold their weekly meeting and do a spot of ‘community service’. Over 100 saplings which in years to come will provide nuts and fruit and shelter for small birds had been planted


during the


winter and had sprung into leaf. Now they were being threatened by the vigorous annual


growth of nettles,


docks and thistles around them, along a narrow strip


CUBS TEND TREES AT MELTON REC football


of land between the recently- reclaimed


pitch


and the edge of Burkes Wood. Around 20 boys and girls aged 8 to 10 wielding gardening gloves, garden forks and watering cans attacked


the undergrowth


which in the space of a single month had grown taller than the saplings and taller than the Cubs themselves! A few hands were stung and arms prickled, but the little trees were given back their growing space before being


watered with water


drawn from a muddy rill, at the cost of a few wet feet. Finally, the Cubs fitted


card collars (which they had previously cut from shoe boxes and similar packaging) around the bases of the saplings, to hold back the next attack from the wilderness. Repeat


operations will


be necessary for a year or two, but once the saplings get their heads above the vegetation they should be able to fend for themselves and the area will become an impenetrable (hopefully) small nature reserve. Many thanks to those who helped!


Lindsay Dann, Melton Tree Warden 5th Woodbridge Sea Scouts


increase their community engagement and have successful Regatta


THE past few months have been extremely busy for the group with five weeks on a reservoir practising sailing, kayaking, pulling and rafting with all sections taking part. We have supported another river clean with Transition Woodbridge and gone all out for the Regatta. Volunteers turned out to help take part in a river clean


organised by local group Transitions Woodbridge, a community-led


group that


aims to strengthen the local economy and prepare for a future with less oil and a changing climate. Together with the 5th


Woodbridge Sea Scouts, supporters and organisers collected over 11 bags of rubbish containing


among


other things; a broom head, a length of carpet, pontoon polystyrene, fishing and nylon rope and cigarette butts. Over 30 people attended and covered various areas across the town including the other side of the river bank thanks to the sea scouts rowing over to help. Organiser Jane Healey of


Transition Woodbridge said of the days result: "There were 26 bags last year so there's been an improvement. I'm really absolutely thrilled, it's different every time. Thanks to everyone


who


came and also to Jason of Rubbish Walks for recording the event". 5WSS were chosen as the


charity for the Regatta and were able to collect donations along the river wall.


This along with our annual


Free Hearing Care Event in Woodbridge


ONE local business is


holding a free hearing loss awareness event to encourage the residents of Woodbridge to


prioritise health. Hearing loss affects 1 in 6


people in the UK and it takes 10 years on average before those who have noticed a loss in their hearing choose to seek help. Research has also proven that other than a reduced quality and experience


of life,


hearing loss can also lead to cognitive decline resulting in conditions such as depression and dementia. The Hearing Care Centre, which is a family-run business with 26 centres across East Anglia, will hold two special Hearing Care Days at Framfield Medical Centre on Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th August.


barbecue, refreshments,


cakes, raffle and boat rides raised over £2000 which will go towards the running cost of the group and our building renovations project. This was the first year we supplied general


boat rides to the public


which was


very well supported by our Explorer section (14-17 year olds). The Explorers helmed the trips and helped manage the public.


Jane Stone Explorer leader said: “The maturity and skills the Explorers have shown this weekend is amazing and makes us all so proud.” Barrie Hayter Group


their hearing Complimentary hearing


assessments will be on offer at the event, as well as professional advice from The Hearing Care Centre’s award winning team to help you hear to your full potential. Karen Finch, founder and lead audiologist at The Hearing Care Centre said “Hearing loss is a real issue in the UK. More often than not it's a gradual process, it's not always easy to tell if you're losing your hearing. Therefore it is so important to


have your hearing


assessed on a regular basis to intervene at the earliest stage possible.” To find out more information


an appointment,


or to book call


Hearing Care Centre


The on


01473 230330 or visit hearingcarecentre.co.uk/ framfield


Scout Leader said: “The


generosity of our local businesses donating Raffle prizes allowed us to raise £550 towards our renovation project. The event is so successful due to the hard work of the leaders, parents, grandparents and children.” 5th Woodbridge Sea Scouts operates from a building that was donated to us in the 1970’s that is in need of major renovations to ensure the successful running of the group into the future. The group has members from 5.5 years all the way to 18 years old.


Woodbridge Flower Club OUR well


attended meeting July began with some


retail therapy and a lucky dip, followed by a delicious lunch. We were then delighted by a wonderful afternoon's entertainment


with Julie


Knights and her assistant Kay Vettes. Whilst regaling us with tales of her many antics, Julia made wonderful arrangements in a number of base colours. These


included white -


orchids, another using gerberas and carnations, yellow - sunflowers, peach - roses and red - roses and gerberas using a lovely combination of beautiful flowers and foliage. As each arrangement


was


incorporated into its place, a stunning display was revealed to the sound of linked music and some fabulous moves by Julia. So much more than just a flower demonstration! Julia was heartily thanked by East of England Chairman Leslie Firman and East Suffolk Group Chairman Pat Stammers. In a word 'wow' summed it up. All Julia's arrangements (19 in all!) were taken away by the lucky raffle prize winners. At our next meeting on August 7th, members will be celebrating NAFAS 60th Anniversary with a special afternoon tea and visit to Helmingham Hall.


Enjoy the sounds of summer...


Take the first step to better hearing and join our award winning team for our exclusive Hearing Care Days...


Wednesday 14th 15th


& Thursday


August 2019 | 9am - 5pm Framfield Medical Centre, WOODBRIDGE


Complimentary hearing assessments with ear health checks - save £20!


Personalised recommendations for solutions to help improve your hearing


Exclusive special offers available | Appointments are essential


Book your hearing assessment today. Call our Customer Care Team on 01473 230330.


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assessments hearingcarecentre.co.uk AUGUST 2019


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