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12 September 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News RAISING FUNDS FOR


HENHAM STEAM RALLY LIMITED CHARITY NUMBER 1107330


AFTER our AGM we welcomed Helen Hayes along with her daughter and father and a selection of musical instruments. Helen explained how music can help those with Parkinson’s not only with a feeling of wellbeing but also benefits the brain and makes speech


more accessible to those who may have problems


Blyth Valley Parkinson’s Support Group their


voice. We sang


with the volume and quality of


a


number of songs and rhymes and hope that we will have the opportunity to sing along with Helen and others in the future. Our next meeting will be


held on Wednesday September 11th at 10am in the Garden Room, Patrick Stead Hospital. Do come along and join us.


Splashing into Leiston Film Theatre this half term


work nears completion WORK on a


Pear Tree Centre water-tight,


resource centre which will bring


vital information


support closer to home for people


much-needed and


with life-limiting


illnesses is nearing completion, with project leads hopeful the building will open by the end of the year.


Doors, windows and a roof


have been added to the Pear Tree Centre, which is being built on land next to Cutlers Hill Surgery in Halesworth, while work to plaster internal


the walls and install


electrics and water is now taking place.


All of the major work on the £880,000 project, which is being spearheaded by the Pear Tree Fund charity, should be complete within the next few weeks. The building will then be fitted out and decorated with the aim of welcoming its first patients by the end of the year. Three


nurses who were A PERFECT introduction to


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live theatre for younger ones comes to Leiston Film Theatre this October half term, when children are invited to dive into a magical under the sea UV experience entitled H2Glo, in which a fish named Finn and a starfish named Twinkle take the audience on a glow-in-the-dark journey through the ocean in search of hidden treasure. The show, which runs for


45 minutes is packed full of colourful underwater creatures, set and a catchy pop soundtrack, as the two main characters learn valuable lessons about the ocean, the environment and even encounter the mysterious Creature of the Deep.


The adventure is sure to


capture the imagination of younger ones and is


suitable


for the entire family, with an opportunity to have their photograph taken with some of the characters at the end of the show.


H2Glo appears live at Leiston Film Theatre on Wednesday 23rd October, with separate performances at 11am and 2pm.


Early bird tickets


instrumental in setting up the charity 30 years ago – Jane Edwards, Nikki Sawkins and Barbara Kell – celebrated the milestone by visiting the site to tour the building. Although they were unable to take part in a traditional “topping out” ceremony as the scaffolding has


now are


now available, priced £5.50 in advance, increasing to £7.50 from Friday 18th October, so make sure you splash out nice and early, to secure your seats and to save money. Seats can be booked by contacting the box office on 01728 830549 or at: www.leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk


been removed,


the trio did their bit to help Great Yarmouth-based Elm Contracts with construction by brandishing skimming tools and trying their hands at plastering. Ted Edwards, co-chair of the Pear Tree Centre project, said: “We are absolutely delighted that work on this fantastic community resource has progressed so quickly. The building is now completely


open, will provide the


while we can


clearly see the shape and size of the meeting space, counselling rooms and therapy areas. “Once


centre a huge variety


of support and resources for people with cancer and other life-limiting


illness from


across north east Suffolk and south Norfolk, as well as their families and carers.


“This simply would not have been possible without the fantastic help of both our local community and national charitable incredibly


trusts. We are grateful for every


penny we have received and would like to once again thank everyone who has supported the project so far.” The Pear Tree Centre will services and


offer family


advice on finance and benefits, as well as help understanding a diagnosis and coping with bereavement. It will include space for local support groups to meet, a counselling room, small library and a comfortable area where people can relax and chat informally. A therapy room where patients complementary


such as Reiki and massage, will also be available, along with a landscaped garden to help promote wellbeing. The Pear Tree Fund is now money


raising


centre’s projected running


towards the annual


costs of around


£140,000 a year. To find out more about the centre and how you could support the charity, visit www.peartreefund.org


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