Halesworth & Southwold Community News August 2019 3


FOLLOWING the local elections in May our Parish Councillors have been busy on

your behalf. approved Training

forums have been attended to share information with your Town and Parish Councillors on planning matters following the

important any planning changes to

Development Management at the newly formed East Suffolk Council.

This should ensure applications

we receive in future will be considered appropriately under the new regulations. For further information


planning visit https://www. planning/ Westhall

continue to

benefits of the Halesworth Town Council's ‘Free one hour parking scheme’ and have

Parish Council recognise

the a contribution If you information to are on

programme provide


£100 towards their costs for 2019/20.

seeking availability

of broadband in your area, the Better Suffolk aims

Broadband for which


fibre broadband coverage across the county could help. Visit their website at www. Westhall

Please contact Cllr John

NSPCC calling for runners to join Ipswich fun run to help protect children

THE NSPCC are calling on all running enthusiasts to join them at the Ipswich Christchurch Park 5K Fun Run to help raise money for vulnerable children. On August 31st, exercise in

a relaxing scenic atmosphere with no time

restrictions. have allotment

vacancies at our Locks Road site. You can rent a full or half plot.

Lickman on 01986 781706 or email johnlickman@btinternet. com for more information. See

for local news, events, parish meeting agendas and minutes, planning information more.


Here's a lovely image sent in by Sarah Warne of a woodland path in Halesworth

Sign up costs just £10 and participants are encouraged to raise £100 each for the NSPCC. In 2019/20 the charity aims

to visit over 8,000 schools to deliver its Speak Out Stay Safe scheme, which teaches children to recognise and report the signs of abuse.

£3 could pay for the programme

to reach one

primary school child, £580 could cover the cost for a whole

CHRISTIAN Aid Week 2019 in Halesworth and surrounding area: We eventually found sufficient helpers to make a good collection effort in Halesworth, Holton, Wenhaston, and Chediston. Thank you so much to all those who agreed to collect and those who organised the whole House to House collection. Thank you to the Sign of the Fish and other venues who agreed to be a collection point for donation envelopes to be dropped off.

The grand total of the

IF YOU haven’t been before you really should give it a visit and experience the pleasure of a busy outdoor specialist market.

The market plays

host to general and specialist dealers selling a wide range of good quality and collectables

antiques including

Meals on Wheels Service Delivered to your door, available 7 days a week To your home or holiday accommodation

Servicing Halesworth Suffolk & Surrounding Areas

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Just Nice Things

An ever-changing selection of lovely things old & new at affordable prices

An ever-changing selection of lovely things old & new at affordable prices

We will be open on Sunday 25th August for the Antiques Street Market Why not visit the ichameleon pop up shop as well

Furniture, Gifts, Local Crafts and Decorative Items Always a friendly welcome, please call in and browse

58 Thoroughfare, Halesworth Tel: 01986 835804

58 Thoroughfare, Halesworth Tel: 01986 835804

High quality, aff ordable support at home from the experts in care.

Prestige Nursing + Care provides an unrivalled range of care services from one hour visits up to 24 hour nursing care.

• Companionship • Personal Care • Respite Care

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If you are looking for fl exible or permanent work in the local and surrounding areas, we would love to hear from you.


Halesworth Prestige Nursing + Care Seva Newrick

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• Daily Living • Live-in Care • Holiday Care

• Nursing Care • Specialist Care • Spinal Injury Care

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*Terms and conditions apply. Models shown are EcoSport range fuel economy Mpg (l/100km) (Combined): 34.4 - 56.5 (5.0-8.2). *CO2 emissions: 110 -145g/km and Kuga range fuel economy Mpg (l/100km) (Combined): 28.2 - 46.3 (10.0-6.1). *CO2 Emissions 136-209g/km. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. *There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures. The CO2 figures shown, however, are based on the outgoing test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration.


furniture, silver, china, linen, jewellery, books, clocks, retro and vintage design and

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Come and see us at Norfolk & Suffolk’s Best Small Visitor Attraction 2019 for your chance to



Visit us between 10am and 4pm on these dates

16 August 14 September


Take a drive in the only cars recommended by Good Housekeeping’s Readers -the Ford Kuga and EcoSport at Old Hall Farm, Southwold to win a family season ticket or a meal for two at this stunning location.

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primary school to receive the vital knowledge they need to protect themselves. The service

helps children

identify who the trusted adults are in their lives and encourages them to speak out if they feel bad about something, while highlighting

that Childline is

always there to help. It taught 21,575 children in Suffolk how to recognise and report child abuse in the 2017/18 academic year.

Sign up via the NSPCC for just £1 using the discount code ‘YELLOWTRAIN’. Organisers are also encouraging those that are already registered to create a JustGiving page. Any adult concerned about

Christian Aid Week 2019 collection for Christian Aid

Week was £4558; divided as follows:

Gift Aided £1736 (25% returned £434), Commissioning

service at

Holton Church £184; Walk for Heather (including £44 from Traidcraft day £268; Coffee Morning (Angela Sutton-Day) £113; Brian’s Jar £19; House to House £3,974.

Huge thanks to all those who, collected, donated, and counted.

Committee of Christian Aid in Halesworth


decorative items. Many of the local shops and restaurants and bars are open that day and first class local ‘street food’ catering is incorporated into the market, including a hog roast. 11

to 4pm, Free entry Town Centre, antiquesmarketbeccles

August, 8am Beccles

When you order new lenses with anti-reflection coating, you can upgrade your lenses to light reactive/photochromic for free, or £40 off any other standard lenses with anti-reflection coating. T&Cs apply. Offer runs from 1st

July to 30th

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September 2019.

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the welfare of a child or young person can call the NSPCC helpline for free, 24/7, on 0808 800 5000. Children can call Childline at any time on 0800 111, visit uk or download the ‘For Me’ app.







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