Fellowship News

OUR July meeting included a visit to Debach Airfield and the 493rd Bomb Group Museum. We were able to see a wartime base as it was in 1944, and see the

Control Tower Museum

and various exhibits in the Nissen Hut and Home Front Museum.

We were given

guided tours of the exhibits and our very grateful thanks to Richard and Prilly Taylor for arranging everything. Our thanks also to the volunteers who kindly came along on the day to be our expert guides. Our members thoroughly

enjoyed the afternoon - well worth a visit! Our thanks also to Stuart from the Hour Community for our transport. Our September 19th meeting

will be a visit by The Hearing Care Centre about the impact of hearing loss. Our meeting on October 17th will include a visit from Suffolk Spinners and Weavers. For further details please contact us on 01728 621674. The programme for 2019/2020 is varied and we look

forward to seeing

new faces at our meetings. Membership is open to all.

Help Save The Caterpillar Children's Centre in Woodbridge!

UNDER restructuring plans

Suffolk County Council proposes to close the Caterpillar Children's Centre in Cumberland Street. This much-valued


does vital work with young parents and their children 0-5. The Centre provides a safe and welcoming environment and play equipment for the children. The loss of the Centre would affect the whole Community.

SAXMUNDHAM URC are celebrating Harvest Songs of Praise on

Sunday 29th September at 11am.

Come along and share in the feast. Sing favourite hymns.

Ashley Meyer, Woodbridge Resident and Nursery School Governor is organising a non party-political


save the Centre Please

help! please to contact

Ashley to find out more information, to take part in the County Council's Consultation on the proposal published in September. 07960 923125.

Harvest Songs of Praise

Listen to harvest words. Bring thanksgiving harvest gifts for local causes if you can - fresh or tinned produce, toiletries. Come, ye thankful people,

come - raise the song of harvest home.

Mills Grammar School Reunion Saturday 14th September

DID you go to Mills Grammar School in Framlingham?


so, you are welcome to come to the annual

Reunion of

the Mills Grammar School Association on Saturday 14th September, 2pm to 5pm, at Thomas Mills High School,

Saxtead Road, Framlingham, IP13 9HE. A traditional “Mills Tea” is provided, as well as an opportunity to look at lots of photos/memorabilia in the School Archives. school friends!

Tell your

Wickham Market Flower Club

ON a very humid and sticky night several members arrived for our meeting sporting light flowing summer dresses and sandals or flip flops. Luckily the ceiling fans in the village hall helped to keep the temperature down to an almost comfortable level. Our chairman June, after welcoming us all, introduced our


demonstrator Fiona

for the Harrison

whose topic was "Going Dutch". Those of us who had “sharing” in our minds were surprised as we were about to be transported by sailing boat through the Netherlands. Using flower arrangements to depict a trip along the canal through different


with different views. Striking tall lilac

Agapanthus and sails made from


visionary wicker

sailing vase Delphiniums,

leaves was our boat. A


seen through the window of a Dutch townhouse with huge Aspidistra and ferns, beautiful Anthuriums and variegated Cordyline leaves

rolled and

recessed into the arrangement. No curtains along this route. A beautiful "flower cake" being shared through another window. Looking at us looking at them. Going out of town we continued our floral journey to end with an arrangement depicting

a painting by a

Dutch master. Fiona was full of interesting facts about the Netherlands and also a very talented flower demonstrator, she used some wonderful pots and vases along with striking flowers and foliage. She spoke of the difficulty of achieving a suitable showcase arrangement

without using

floral foam. Much more work needs to be done on achieving a

better alternative. biodegradable

Jenny Moore gave the vote of thanks. Winners of the competition were Jenny Payne advanced and Wendy Coulson for novice. The single stem was won by Jenny Moore. There

August, but the 26th


is no meeting in September be

will our

AGM when we will have a representative chosen charity

from our “Over the

Rainbow Children’s Charity”. Members are asked to bring along a small plate of food for sharing. Also big reminder. Our Fashion Show on Wednesday

18th September.

Tickets are available from Geraldine on 01728 746697 or in the Inspirations shop. They are £5 each to include light refreshments. This is our big fundraiser for the above charity. Do come along and support this. Bring a friend. It's going to be a fun evening. Enjoy the summer and we forward

look members and

to welcoming friends


September. First visit is free. Finally, when it came time to leave we were all very surprised to discover we were in the middle of a torrential thunder storm. Wind, hail, rain, thunder and lightning greeted us. I for one was soaked right through and many sandal and flip flop wearers went home with wet feet. We have such fun at Wickham market flower club. See you soon.

Mandy Pryke

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from mid August until mid November

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