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Halesworth & Southwold Community News August 2019 21


Holiday Poem


The dog's in the kennels, A friend will


mind chucks,


The kids are in the car with their smart phones and their books. The luggage in the boot with not an inch to spare, Hardly left the town before


it's


"are we nearly there?" Patience is a virtue. Say "just settle with a game", Half an hour later the cry is just the same


"Are we nearly there ?". We'll stop for breakfast soon at our favourite picnic spot, For boys it's bacon butties, I need coffee, strong and hot! Back upon our travels, but far from destination, A cheer we've seen Cymru, We're in another nation. After lovely summer sun there are raindrops on the


screen,


Groans from boys behind But it's what makes Wales so


green.


I'm lost in dreams of beaches, All my cares will drift away, Boys think of building


castles, And then I hear them say "Hoorah, we're we nearly


there!" Victoria Wilkinson Haleworth Volunteer Centre the


Come to the Community Picnic!


COME to the first ever Halesworth Community Picnic. HVC are delighted to be working with the Blyth Valley Team Ministry to hold the first ever Community Picnic.


It


will take place at St Mary's Church on Wednesday 21st August from 1pm. We will be preparing lots of lovely picnic goodies: sausage rolls, sarnies, pieces of luscious cake. You bring the picnic rug, we will bring the nosh. Everybody is welcome. If you would like to come or even fancy bringing some food, just give us a call on 01986 875600 or contact Win Sutton on 01986 875225 or Alison Alder on 01502 478855. If


you are volunteering interested in in Halesworth,


please do give us a call. We are always looking for more drivers and we are increasingly being contacted by people looking for Isolation Busting support. If you want to find out a bit more, please ring Karen on 01986 875600.


And remember, if you can


no longer travel independently, the Community Car Service is there to go that extra mile: we can get you to the Cutlers Hill, take you to the Coop or even get you to hospital should you need us.


Just ring the Car


Service between 10am and 1pm Monday to Friday on 01986 874290.


Emma Healey Centre Manager


Halesworth Volunteer Centre


HALESWORTH LIONS ROAR – but…


HALESWORTH Lions were formed


forty plus still working hard years


ago, and during that time has become a well known provider of charitable help in the Halesworth area, as well as helping with National and International projects, like tsunamis, floods, water aid etc;


We are the first call for Social Services for help and ,or funding for difficult cases in the local area.


Membership has varied between 20 and 40 members over the years. A membership of able ,willing people of either sex, and any age enables the Club to meet its obligations and have the manpower to organise and run local events. These provide


fund our charitable works as well as giving entertainment to the local area. A healthy membership enables clubs to organise various projects,i.e. diabetic screening, hearing tests etc;


At this time Halesworth Lions membership is well below 20 men and women,


to help the monies to


charitable causes and cases locally. However, some of our members are well over 70, all at present well and hearty, we are finding it harder to provide the service for which we have become known. This is now an opportunity for you to consider joining this public serving organisation in the Halesworth area. All you need is the desire to help those less fortunate than yourself locally, nationally and Internationally. We try to raise monies whilst enjoying ourselves, with a good family atmosphere, couples would be most welcome, there is a small cash amount to pay annually, but, if this is a real problem help can be provided. To keep Halesworth Lions running supporting the area we simply need Volunteers who want to help! So all of you out there – what about it? Contact Terry on 07817 023 291.


Waveney Sculpture Trail


THE SIXTH Waveney Valley Sculpture


Trail organised


by Waveney & Blyth Arts, the event takes place at The Raveningham a


three-acre site


Centre of


on lawns,


hidden groves, orchards and walkways. Each year the organisation hosts a programme of events that highlights the unique character of the Waveney and


Fri 2nd - Thurs 8th Aug at 3.45 & 7.00


Fri 9th - Thurs 15th Aug at 4.30 Walt Disney Pictures’


THE LION KING 3D/2D PG


——————————————— Fri 9th - Thurs 15th Aug at 7.15 Also Fri 16th, Sun 18th,


Wed 21st & Thurs 22nd Aug at 4.30 Himesh Patel & Lily James in


YESTERDAY 12A ——————————————— Fri 16th, Sat 17th, Sun 18th, Wed 21st & Thurs 22nd Aug at 7.15


Dwayne Johnson & Jason Statham in FAST & FURIOUS:


HOBBS & SHAW 12A ——————————————— Fri 23rd - Thurs 29th Aug at 7.15 Not showing Mon 26th Aug


Viveik Kalra and Kulvinder Ghir in BLINDED BY


THE LIGHT 12A ——————————————— Fri 30th Aug - Thurs 5th Sept at 7.15


Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in ONCE UPON A TIME


IN HOLLYWOOD 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Fri 6th Sept at 7.30


LIVE ON STAGE. Tickets: £15.00 YERSTERDAY


ONCE MORE: A TRIBUTE TO THE


CARPENTERS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - COMING SOON …


Fri 13th - Thurs 26th Sept .


DOWNTON ABBEY For tickets and times,


call our friendly team on 01728 830549 or visit leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk


WHAT’S ON IN AUGUST


KIDS CINEMA Wed 7 Aug 11.30am RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: WRECK-IT RALPH 2


CINEMA Wed 7 Aug 7.30pm A CIAMBRA (15)


KIDS CINEMA Wed 14 Aug 11.30am FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD CINEMA Wed 14 Aug 7.30pm LAURA (U)


ILLUSTRATED TALK Thu 15 Aug 10.30 am THE DUTCH GOLDEN AGE KIDS CINEMA Wed 21 Aug 11.30am SMALL FOOT


CINEMA Wed 21 Aug 7.30pm IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK (15)


KIDS CINEMA Wed 28 Aug 11.30pm MARY POPPINS RETURNS CINEMA Wed 28 Aug 7.30pm WIDOWS (15)


DAY EXCURSIONS


TUES 13TH AUG: ANGLESEY ABBEY ...... £35.00 SAT 17TH AUG: COLCHESTER ZOO ........ £36.00 MON 19TH AUG: FELIXSTOWE ............... £14.50 WED 21ST AUG: STRICTLY TEA DANCE . £68.00 SUN 25TH AUG: BURY ST EDMUNDS FOOD & DRINK ...................................................£15.50 WED 28TH AUG: BRIGHTON & THE i360 £53.50 SAT 31ST AUG: BURE VALLEY BOAT & TRAIN ... .............................................................. £36.00 SUN 8TH SEPT: EASTON WALLED GARDENS .... ..............................................................£39.00 THUR 12TH SEPT: ELY ............................£20.00 SAT 14TH SEPT: RAF HENDON .............. £37.00 MON 16TH SEPT: FREEPORT ................. £18.00 SUN 22ND SEPT: DUXFORD BATTLE OF BRITAIN ................................................£49.50 TUES 24TH SEPT; BLUEWATER ............. £22.00 SUN 29TH SEPT: SHOWBUS, HERTFORDSHIRE ..............................................................£40.00


SAT 10TH AUG: WICKED ...........................£76.50 THUR 5TH SEPT: TINA TURNER....................£132 WED 9TH OCT: LION KING .........................£82.00 WED 9TH OCT: 9 TO 5 ................................£76.50 SUN 24TH NOV: CLASSICAL SPECTACULAR ....... .................................................................£63.00 WED 11TH DEC .CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS @ RAH .........................................................£63.50


THEATRES & CONCERTS


THUR 12TH DEC: CROMER CHRISTMAS SHOW .. .................................................................£38.00 SUN 9TH FEB 20: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL – LUZIA .... .............................................................. £108.00 THUR 12TH MAR 20: MARY POPPINS ... £104.00 THUR 30TH APRIL 20: PRINCE OF EGYPT ........... .................................................................£71.50


HOLIDAYS


FRI 4TH OCT SAT 5TH OCT


MON 21ST OCT LLANDUDNO BARGAIN BREAK


BRUSSELS CITY BREAK 4 DAYS £299 PRIX DE L’ARC TRIOMPHE 3 DAYS £289


MON 28TH OCT MARGATE BARGAIN BREAK 5 DAYS £229 MON 4TH NOV EASTBOURNE T & T BARGAIN BREAK


SUN 27TH OCT MYSTERY BREAK


MON 18TH NOV MORECAMBE BARGAIN BREAK


5 DAYS £249 2 DAYS £95


THUR 28TH NOV FESTIVITIES OF THE HOME COUNTIES


SUN 1ST DEC CHRISTMAS AT


THUR 5TH DEC TENBY T & T BARGAIN BREAK


THUR 28TH NOV CHRISTMAS MARKETS OF THE SOUTH


FRI 22ND NOV CHRISTMAS MARKETS OF THE NORTH WEST


5 DAYS £249 5 DAYS £309 4 DAYS £259 3 DAYS £195 3 DAYS £219


MON 23RD DEC XMAS IN LINCOLNSHIRE 5 DAYS £559


ROCKINGHAM CASTLE 2 DAYS £119 3 DAYS £299


Telephone 01728 830414 www.bellecoaches.co.uk WALPOLE ONLINE BOOKING NOW AVAILABLE


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What's On What's On What's On


Your guide to what's happening in and around Halesworth.


Blyth valleys situated in North Suffolk and South Norfolk. Annually attracting thousands of visitors to the region, this year’s trail


will


feature the work of 38 artists from across the UK. 2 August - 8 September, open daily 10am - 5pm. The


Raveningham Centre


www.waveneyandblytharts. com


Beccles friends of Cancer research UK


THE Beccles Friends of Cancer Research UK would like to invite you to join us for a September Harvest Supper on Friday 6th September at Beccles public hall from 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm). The evening will comprise of a two course supper plus entertainment by


local singing group Bella


Tonic. Tickets are £15 each and are available now from the box office or online at www.becclespublichall.org. uk. Please join us and help raise funds for the life saving research undertaken by Cancer Research UK.


WESTHALL CHURCH – CONCERT OF TWO CELLOS


ON Sunday 29th September at 4pm St Andrew’s Church, Westhall is proud to be hosting a concert of two cellos featuring the world-renowned Alexander Baillie and the well known and popular local cellist William Bass. Alexander


Baillie English cellist, is an recognised


internationally as one of the finest of his generation. He studied at the Royal College of Music and has taken part


Rostropovitch and on television with Jacqueline du Pre.


in Master Classes with He


won second prize in the Casals International Budapest


top prize winner in the 1982 Bavarian


Cello Competition in Munich. More recently he has played in concerts around the world, including and Frankfurt.


Competition,


in 1981 and was Eadio International


in Venice He is also


currently professor of cello at the Bremen Hochschule and at Birmingham Conservatoire. William Bass trained at the


Purcell School, Birmingham Conservatoire and since 2002 has enjoyed a varied career as a cellist and teacher across Kent and Surrey.


professionally


He has played in various


ensembles and, as a soloist, performed the Dvorak Cello


SOTTERLEY OUTDOOR CINEMA: BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY


A FABULOUS summer night of film and live music, set against the stunning backdrop of Sotterley Hall and lake. A unique opportunity to experience outdoor cinema. Sit back, relax and enjoy a sensational evening of live music


and a viewing of


Bohemian Rhapsody on their large outdoor screen.


Take your own picnic or enjoy delicious food and drink from the on site bar and street food sellers. Entry: £15 general admission, £25 VIP admission, £10.50 concession, £8 child, £14 group.10 August, Gates open: 7pm, Film: 9pm Sotterley, Beccles www.sotterleyestate.co.uk


GARDEN OPEN and


Just off Halesworth’s Thoroughfare in the OLD PRINT WORKS 2nd SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH 9AM-1PM


PRODUCE MARKET SATURDAY 10th


AUGUST


FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE & CRAFTS Fresh Fish and Bread Stalls Contact 01986 798099


New stallholders always welcome PLANT & BULB SALE


GABLE HOUSE REDISHAM


BECCLES NR34 8NE SUNDAY


1 SEPTEMBER 11 - 5pm


Salad lunches. Teas. FREE ADMISSION


Concerto. Since moving to


Westhall in 2016 he has been invited to play two further concertos by Haydn and Vivaldi. Together, they will be playing a varied programme of


cello music, including


works by Bach and Klengel. The glorious building of Westhall church, which as well as having great historical interest, offers wonderfully light, airy acoustics, and is a beautiful setting for a summer concert of this quality. So book the date!


The


tickets are £12 if bought prior to the event, which will help us for catering purposes, or £15 on the door.


Not


only does this include the enjoyment of the concert but also a welcoming glass of Pimms (or soft drink) with canapes on arrival, followed by refreshments at the end. Tickets are available


from


Tony’s Stores in Westhall; the Halesworth Bookshop; or email liz@dmfs.co.uk All proceeds towards the upkeep of our ancient church.


Free Kids Cinema


at The Cut


FREE films for kids is back again this August at The Cut Halesworth! 7th August 11:30am-Wreck- It Ralph 2. Six years after the events


of "Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope,


Ralph," now


friends, discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure. 14th


August 11:30am –


Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. In an effort to thwart Grindelwald's plans of raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings, Albus Dumbledore enlists his former student Newt Scamander, who agrees to help, though he's unaware of the dangers that lie ahead. 21st


Smallfoot. A yeti named Migo is convinced


August 11:30am – that


a human


known only as "Small Foot" is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist with the help of Meechee and the S.E.S - Smallfoot Evidentiary Society. 28th August 11:30am – Mary Poppins Returns. A now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins.


No need to book - just come


along and enjoy. Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult. No outside food or drink is allowed in the café/ auditorium”


More info: www.newcut.org


Aldeburgh Carnival 2019


ALDEBURGH is fortunate in being one of the towns that has managed to continue the carnival tradition when so many others have been forced to give up. Aldeburgh


Carnival, as it


is more generally referred to nowadays, is thought to be at least 170 years old. It has had various titles over the years but was known as Ye Olde Marine Regatta as long ago as 1835. The


earliest programme


found was for 1892 when 15 events were held – 12 sailing races, two swimming races and a greasy pole competition. One of the big attractions of the day was a race for the East Coast Lifeboats from Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Dunwich. This


year’s carnival sees


lots of great fun and games for all the family. Here is a brief breakdown of events across the weekend:


Saturday 17th August: Music


Day. Various acts performing across different venues in Aldeburgh’s town centre. A popular recent addition to Aldeburgh Carnival’s programme.


Silent auction -


Opens before Carnival and runs through until Sunday afternoon on Moot Green. Is it water or wine? - The adult game of chance, where you may win a bottle of wine (or more than one). Petanque competition - Opens before Carnival and runs through until Sunday afternoon on Moot Green. Children’s face painting and lollipop hunt. Sunday 18th August: Sports


Day. 10k mini marathon - Our famous 10k Mini Marathon, through the beautiful Suffolk countryside. Children’s races - All your favourites – egg and spoon race, sack race and more. The egg boat race - challenge for inventors, to carry an unbroken, raw chicken


egg


across the Model Yacht Pond. Punch & Judy - Two chances to enjoy this classic event. Monday 19th August: Carnival


Day. Moot Hall,


Procession - 3.15pm from the


and


the High Street. RNLI AND HM COASTGUARD AIR-SEA


RESCUE


DEMONSTRATION, event is subject to weather conditions. Chinese lantern


procession -


8.45pm from the High Street. Spectacular firework display - 9.15pm, set off from the seafront opposite The White Lion Hotel. Suffolk School of Samba, Pop, Chorus & Military Band, performances in the high street - Spectacular music to get


you dancing. Crowning


of the Carnival Queen - The Carnival Queen is crowned at the beautiful Moot Hall. Swimming races in the sea - A long-standing tradition – join other swimmers in a sea race. Also happening


over crafts, the


weekend: Lucky duck races, the Carnival draw, donkey rides on the beach, spot the window, arts,


gifts, food, drink


and other trade stalls near the Moot Hall. Come along and join the fun!


Carnival down


116269


The Cut Arts Centre New Cut, Halesworth Café & Galleries open Tues - Sat 10am - 4pm Box office 0300 3033211 www.newcut.org


THE CUT 135489 135549


135539


135410


135431


£6 per pitch on entrance • free entry to buyers


904795


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