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MEMBERS of the Beccles community have enjoyed a day of free activities organised especially for local residents. Organised by the East

Suffolk Communities Team in

partnership with East

Suffolk Council’s Tenant Services, Beccles Free School, Beccles Town Council, Moore Music Roadshow, Beccles and District

enjoys free family fun day Information

Beccles Community was also

available on local services, including housing advice from the Council’s housing officers, safety advice from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service and Suffolk

Police and Ollett health Lions Club,

Sentinel Leisure Trust and the Beccles Parish churches, the Rigbourne Hill Community Day took place on Saturday 3rd August at Beccles Free School on Castle Hill. Running between 11am and

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3pm, there were a range of free activities available for all ages to enjoy including a climbing wall, inflatable football pitch

provided Leisure Trust, multi-

by Sentinel sports

activities delivered by Suffolk Positive

skateboarding from ABC Skateboarding,

Futures Catch22, boxing with

Ultimate Boxing, circus skills provided by Thirst Youth Café and arts and crafts activities with St Luke’s Church.

and wellbeing support from various projects running in the local community. singer Jack performed


Local also the

day. A raffle was held with prizes kindly donated by local businesses, with proceeds going towards supporting the local community in the future. Cllr Letitia Smith, East Suffolk’s Cabinet for Communities,

Member Leisure

and Tourism said: “It was wonderful to see these activities

and we have received lots of positive

so well attended comments


the event. It would not have been possible without the support of local organisations and businesses who kindly gave their time to ensure this event was a success.”

At the event, a consultation was held to identify local

Beccles & District Horticultural Society

issues and concerns, as well as talking about the many positive things offered in the local area. Residents were able to share their views on how to make positive changes in the future. The East Suffolk Communities

Team will

now work with residents and local services to address this feedback. Beccles

Town and East

Suffolk ward councillors Caroline Topping and Elfrede Bramley-Crawshaw


present at the event, along with Beccles Mayor Andrea Downes.

For more information about the Communities Team, please visit EastSuffolkcommunities

BECCLES and District Horticultural Society will be holding their Mini Show and monthly meeting on Wednesday 13th November at the St Johns Ambulance Hall, Blyburgate, Beccles at 7.30pm. The talk will be by Simon White on "Beautiful Bulbs". Our friendly gardening club was established in 1832. It holds monthly meetings with a variety of speakers and four shows each year. It caters for gardeners of all levels. We always welcome new members who can come as guests initially to see if they like the club.

For further information please contact Rebecca Bedwell, Secretary rwallers@waitrose. com 01986 781436.

Anna Bonner, Committee member

Bungay & Beccles Cadets BUNGAY

cadets of Suffolk

and Beccles Army

Cadet Force recently spent two days assisting at The Waveney Harriers Pony Club Charity horse show event and helped the organisers raise a whopping £4311 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and DEBRA charities.

Although some aspects of the days were physically demanding the cadets thoroughly enjoyed helping the community.

The cadets are now recently back from an action packed 10 days at annual camp, which this year was spent at Chickerell Barracks in Hampshire and saw the cadets take part in simulated battle activities, 2-3 days of in the field training, Adventure Training and cultural visits

Champion Company

to various military themed attractions.

One of the greatest moments at camp was B Company (our company)

winning of

Suffolk ACF for the second year running.

This was

partly due to the increasing numbers of cadets at all our detachments. Bungay now has 18 cadets (boys and girls) parading regularly which is the strongest it has been in years, and we hope that the increase continues and hopefully shows a switch from 'console entertainment' back to real life fun. As camp is over the detachment is now open again on every Thursday evening. 7pm-9.30pm at Bungay Community centre. If you fancy popping down to see what we do, just turn up.

All BEC 4/BUN 4

We are delighted to announce that NorseCare are providing nursing care and support at All Hallows care home on St John’s Road in Bungay.

Rooms are now available for people funding their own care. Hallows

For more information or to arrange a visit, please contact our team at the home:

care home with nursing

T. 01986 892643 Visit our website:


505002 136586


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