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2 September 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News


THE Crown, Framlingham, Ufford Park Hotel, the Marlborough at Dedham, a local farm and Halesworth coffee shops have all been places of meaningful conversations during this last month in which the real issues of life have been shared. Tears have been shed, hearts unburdened, and hope given as numerous issues have been talked through.


News from Halesworth Community Church our


SPEXHALL AND WISSETT WI Autumn and Spring


courses programme. They include a Step One in our ‘Understanding Yourself’ series in Dorchester in October and the same course in Cratfield on February 7th-9th next year. Anyone is welcome to book in and attend. We will also be running


our


Hope – that vital ingredient. Not false, unreal optimism but a genuine hope that is born of a conviction that God loves us and has a purpose for our lives. The opposite is despair – that horrible feeling that there is no point, that life isn’t going anywhere except to a literal dead end, and that we really are on our own. If you looked in on us as a church, you would find a group of people who have found that hope – and who celebrate it together. We are gearing up for


second ‘How


to Help’ in January of next year, and this is designed for those who have been through the ‘Understanding Yourself’ series and now want to use what they have learnt to benefit others. After all, if hope is so important, it is worth passing on.


For more information, please visit the website: www. halesworthcommunitychurch. org


John Sparkes


THE Town Council will be holding a public forum event on Thursday 12th September at 7pm at the Edgar Sewter School. This is an opportunity for the Council to consult with residents on their priorities for Halesworth and to


share its


proposal for a four-year plan. As a reminder of what


the Town Council can do, it has a major role in acting as a ‘watch-dog’ for the town and in reporting matters the


principal Council on Planning authorities County is


to at


East Suffolk Council and Suffolk The


Highway matters and the delivery


can initiate and


Councils. consulted


Applications,


to Halesworth. The Council supports local bodies; leisure


of other services voluntary


cultural, environmental


projects and can secure funding from outside bodies for the


benefit of local initiatives. The Council is also responsible for allotments (at three sites) and the local Wednesday Market in Halesworth. The


Town Council has


few powers but does its best to influence decisions taken by the District and County Councils for the benefit of Halesworth and its residents. East Suffolk Council (which replaced Waveney District Council) is responsible for the collection


of Council


Tax and non-domestic rates; environmental health; licensing of public houses and places of entertainment; housing policy and local plans and planning applications;


public conveniences;


Theatre), Lowestoft, NR32 1HH. Tel: 0333 016 2000 Email:


WE have been lucky enough to have a variety of speakers over the last few months.


Helen Reeve, was a very enthusiastic


customerservices@


eastsuffolk.gov.uk Suffolk County Council is responsible for the registration of births, marriages and deaths; education; fire safety; highways (including


cutting and verge management, potholes),


road safety


grass and


on-street parking; traffic management; street


recreation; the arts, museums and libraries; Social


lighting; Care;


Strategic Planning; Trading Standards and Transport (Bus Services etc), recycling centres.


leisure centres; waste


collection; public car parks and maintenance of Council owned land.


Centre


General Enquiries: Marina (next


to Marina


Public Enquiries: 08456 066 067 (Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm). To report a


problem


faulty street light, go to the Customer Services Direct website. www.suffolk.gov.uk


Local Citizens Advice receives Rotary award


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INKJET CARTRIDGES AND COMPATIBLES OPEN 9-5 MON-SA (Closed 1pm Thurs)


THE SHOP WILL BE CLOSED THURS 26/9 & SAT 28/9


OPEN 9-5 MON-SAT (Closed 1pm Thurs)


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JANET John, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice North East Suffolk, pictured here with the Rotary Club’s outgoing President, Paul Randle, has accepted the award of Beccles Rotary’s President’s Cup, at the


club’s recent Handover.


This award, is a recognition of the charity’s contribution to the people of Beccles.


Many people are not aware that


Citizens Advice is a charity and most of their highly skilled and trained advisors are volunteers.


‘We are thrilled that the work of our local Citizens Advice has been recognised and valued by the Rotary Club of Beccles’, said Janet John, “What we do covers a wide range of services from helping with housing problems, debt and other money problems to advising on legal issues such as employment rights. We could not do this without our hard- working volunteers or without donations from the public. This is especially crucial as we face increasing threats to our funding at a time when demands on our services are also rising.” Citizens Advice North East offers


Suffolk advice at its


offices in Lowestoft, Beccles and Bungay - more information on its services, and how to offer support, can be found on its website nesuffolkcab.org.uk.


i.e.


explained how her love of cows, particularly


lady, who Dexter


cattle, had led her life into many different and interesting directions.


In May Sharon Lockhart , from FCC, the Spanish company


who administer


waste management for Suffolk, explained how it worked, and emphasised how important recycling and reusing our waste is. An inspiring speaker, who pointed out that making small changes to what we use every day will


difference. Tina Oldfield, our speaker July,


in explained how she


embarked on a trek to Everest Base Camp in memory of her daughter who had sadly died of Breast Cancer, leaving behind two young daughters. It was truly a feat of endurance, very


basic food rations, even more basic- indeed non existent bathing facilities,


not to


mention wobbly bridges over ravines, evading yaks on these bridges, and the unseasonal snow, What an


experience,


not one which we feel like following.


Some of our members have also enjoyed a boat trip from Norwich, visited


Henstead


Exotic Gardens, a truly unique award winning garden, and a trip to Wimpole Hall. In September


Andrew make a


Brogan is coming along to tell us about his life in London, before he established the gardens at Henstead, a very engaging and amusing speaker, so why not come along and join us on September 24th, at Spexhall Village Hall, pm, a small charge of £4, to include tea and cake. Any queries contact 874765.


Linda on 01986


Table Top Sale at Huntingfield Hub


A table top sale will be held at the Huntingfield Hub on Saturday 5th October at 10am – 12 noon. There will be refreshments and any proceeds for the sale of cakes and tea/coffees will go to the Events Committee at Halesworth who organise the fabulous Christmas lights.


Alexander Carr Proprietor


T WINE SHOP FULL OFF-LICENCE


Tel: Halesworth 01986 872563


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Your local traditional, free trade


Free Parking


Independent Wine Merchant & Home Brew stockist


Carvery Main £11.45 Children (2-12yrs) £5.95 Under 2’s FREE


Summer C Twooursesfor £14.95


Special Call or visit Reception to Book 01986 784347 | www.highlodge.co.uk


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


• We have a 1000ft2


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


• Repair and polish furniture, • Paint furniture and doors,


• We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more! Come and have a look!


Come and have a look! Come and have a look! .


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401


Come and have a look! Come and have a look! Come and have a look!


Come and have a look!


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm Saturday: 9am – 2pm


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Units 9&10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth. IP19 8NH. Telephone Justin on: 01986 874277 or 07767 861401. Opening Times: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday: 9am – 3pm.


Opening Times


Units 9 & 10, The Old Airfield Site, Holton, Halesworth IP19 8NH


Come and have a look!


• We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture, • Undertake house and shed clearances, • Strip furniture and doors,


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


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 We have a 1000²ft showroom of furniture,  We buy and sell second-hand and country furniture,  Undertake house and shed clearances,  Strip furniture and doors,  Repair and polish furniture,  Paint furniture and doors,  We can also make furniture from reclaim and much more!


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Call us for a quote today on: 01986 874241


Celebrating over 40 years of business same name, same owners!


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For more information please visit our website


www.waveney-windows.co.uk Unit 6, Halesworth Business Park, Norwich Rd, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8QJ


Wyevale Garden Centre, WOODBRIDGE Homebase, LOWESTOFT


Showsites: Bloom, Bressingham, DISS Wyevale Garden Centre, WOODBRIDGE Homebase, LOWESTOFT


Head Office, Norwich Rd, HALESWORTH Head Office, Norwich Rd, HALESWORTH Showsites: Blooms, Bressingham, DISS


OPTICIANS Est. 1965


jandaopticians.co.uk 4-5 Rectory Street, Halesworth IP19 8AF


01986 872116 Also branches at:


Saxmundham • Harleston • Ipswich


RJ’S Private Hire BASED IN HALESWORTH


Airports • Seaports Train Stations


Hospitals • Shopping Local Events Social Events


Small Parcel Deliveries Tel: 07917 081391


E: taxi@rjsprivatehire.co.uk


W: www.rjsprivatehire.co.uk Fully licenced to carry up to 4 people 707934


So, if you have any items stored in cupboards, attics and garages that you want to sell, please contact Karen on 01986 785428 or karenlforster@btinternet. com to reserve a table for £10.


WANT A REFRESHING SWIM?


REASONS TO SWIM AT VALLEY FARM


• Private indoor pool, exclusive use • Always warm, min. 30˚C • Booking flexibility (subject to T +C) • Minimum 4 sessions • Discount for more sessions • Ideal exercise, hydrotherapy or relaxation


• Only1 mile from Halesworth.


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