Albert Pye Rounders Tournament
ON Wednesday 26th June,
Albert Pye pupils
represented the school at the North Suffolk Rounders Tournament. Results: v Red Oak B, won 3½ to 2½, v Oulton Broad, won 5½ to 2½, v Gunton, won 4½ to 4. n the semifinal we beat Roman Hill by 6½ rounders to 4.
This set up a final against Oulton
All squad members played at least three matches and were a credit to the school. This result means that Albert Pye will be competing at the County Finals in Sudbury next month – well done!
BECCLES & District Lions were made aware that a local family had a faulty electric cooker and were unable to afford a
Beccles Lions Club help a local family in need need and help should be
replacement. The Welfare Committee decided to visit the family to evaluate the situation and after the visit decided they were in urgent
provided. Emergency funding was approved by the Lion President Chris Lambert who said, “This is exactly the type of help that Beccles Lions Club always aim to provide to the local community and we are only able to do this due to the generous giving and support of the people of Beccles.”
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Hughes Electrical (Beccles) were approached and a suitable replacement cooker was arranged, delivered and installed. Beccles Lions would like to thank Hughes for their prompt service and for waiving their delivery charge on this occasion for a very worthy cause. Mr and Mrs Trigg were very thankful that they could once again cook for
From Left to Right: Lion Dermot Wesley-Smith and Lion Sandy Barr next to the new cooker in the Trigg family kitchen.
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THIS summary is compiled from the records of Stephen Bartholomew of Beccles. Max Temperature: 28.0C (82F) on 2nd compared with 27.5C (81F) in June 2018. Min Temperature: 7.8C (46F) on 8th compared with 8.0C (46F) in June 2018. Avg. Max. Temp: 20.33C (68F) - 2019. 20.97C (69F) - 2018. 19.80C (67F) - Average. Avg. Min. Temp: 12.18C (53F) - 2019. 11.88C (53F) - 2018. 10.24C (50F) - Average. Mean Temp: 16.25C (61F) - 2019. 16.42C (61F) - 2018. 15.02C (59F) - Average. Rainfall
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June 2019 was slightly warmer but much wetter than long-term average. This was the third warmer than average June in succession, although Mean Temperature was 1.2C above 1981-2010 average for month, there were few very warm days. nly five days st 2nd 24th, 29th and 30th recorded Maximum Temperature of 25C or better, up to 28.0C
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Albert Pye team managed to win by the close score of 4½ to 3½.
SIZEWELL C HAVE YOUR SAY
The next stage of public consultation on the proposals for a new nuclear power station at Sizewell will begin on 18 July 2019. Responses need to be received by 27 September 2019.
EDF Energy* completed three stages of formal public consultation between 2012 and 2018. Stage 4 will focus on some updated options for transport and freight delivery, land requirements and ecology.
We intend to submit an application to the Secretary of State for a Development Consent Order for Sizewell C in 2020. The application will include an Environmental Impact Assessment.
Our ‘Statement of Community Consultation’ sets out how we will consult with residents and stakeholders and how you can respond. Pick up your copy at the Sizewell C Information Office or you can view it at www.sizewellc.co.uk
and the offices of Leiston Town Council, Suffolk County Council and East Suffolk Council.
Stage 4 documents will be available at the Sizewell C Information Office and the public exhibitions from 18 July.
EXHIBITION INFORMATION BELOW:
Leiston: 23 July, 2pm - 8pm Leiston United Church, High Street, Leiston IP16 4EL
Yoxford: 24 July, 1pm - 6pm Village Hall, Old High Road, Yoxford IP17 3HN
their family. Whilst Beccles Lions were delighted
have been able to complete the whole process within six days.
This is just
another example of how Beccles Lions supports those in need within the local community.
If you wish to know more about the Beccles Lions Club and the work we do, please
the club secretary, Lion Gill Whitehead on 07738 493948 or visit our club’s website at www. beccleslions.cl
ub or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Equally if you are interested in becoming a member of Beccles Lions Club then please telephone our Membership Chair Lion Malcolm Bardsley on 07710 249017.
FREEPHONE 0800 197 6102** www.sizewellc.co.uk
Sizewell C Information Office, 48-50 High Street, Leiston IP16 4EW
*NNB Generation Company (SZC) Limited, Registered Office 90 Whitfield Street, London, W1T 4EZ. **Calls to 0800 numbers are free from UK landlines. Call costs from mobile and international numbers may vary.
Wickham Market: 25 July, 12pm - 3pm Village Hall, High Street, Wickham Market IP13 0HE
Hacheston: 25 July, 5pm - 8pm Village Hall, The Street, Hacheston IP13 0DW
Woodbridge: 26 July, 2pm - 8pm Community Hall, Station Road, Woodbridge IP12 4AU
Stratford St Andrew: 27 July, 10am - 4pm Riverside Centre, Great Glemham Road, Stratford St Andrew IP17 1LL
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