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30 October 2019 Halesworth & Southwold Community News


AFTER a hard day with the plumbing, Danny & Lorraine, landlords of the White Swan welcomed us to the upper room. As usual it was set out, all neat and clean for another


lively gathering of local and regional poets. Seventeen came, bringing new-made verses pitched on a rich variety of themes. The new radio- microphone has proved to be a


SWAN POETS


great 'energiser' for those with softer oices. In the fi rst hour, before the interval, there was a palpable sense of summer fading - harvests, early nights and short, cooler days. No-one


Under New Ownership from 1st October HORSE & GARDEN


We supply feed and accessories for horses, farm animals, dogs etc together with all your gardening and bird needs. Local deliveries available. Phone: 01986 873484.


mentioned it, but the feel of John Keats' “Ode to Autumn” was defi nitely there with us in the room.


Poets tend to stay close to nature, gardeners, walkers, watchers, naturalists and observers of things minute. We were invited to dwell on the not-quite-past glories of the English Elm, of creeping and growing things, of the love and death and laughter that make up life itself. Some poets chose to work with subtle


rhymes, neatly


matching words that sang together; others were more free-raging, mindful, perhaps, that too much 'manicuring' of their lines might diminish the passion and feeling that should drive a poem forward. After refreshments and the


chatter, another seven readers took us on far journeys and expeditions, about life - here and now - under the pressures of modern living, and sometimes desperate survival. Yet the abiding memory I shall treasure is of the poet who came upon a great welded- steel Angel in the Blythburgh churchyard, and how he was somehow captivated, silenced, over-awed by the


downward stare of that Angel's timeless eyes.


Swan Poets plan to meet again on November 15th, at The White Swan, No 4 London Road, Halesworth. Admission £2 on arrival. If you have a poem to read, contact Mike on 01986 872981. Poets, readers, writers and listeners, all are always welcome.


Norwich City Supporters gentle


NORWICH City 3 Manchester City 2! This result will go down in history along with the 1959 Cup Run, the Mike Walker team of the early 90’s and the famous victory over Bayern unich. ith eight fi rst team squad members out injured nobody gave City much of a chance against the Premier League Champions. City were quickly two up with goals from messrs Mclean and Cantwell. Aguero replied


just before


halftime, City went two goals ahead again midway through the second half when Buendia robbed Otamendi and passed to Pukkie, cue pandemonium. Man City scored again just before the end, City’s back four held on through the four longest minutes of injury time to seal a famous victory. Supporters say that was the loudest Carrow Road has ever been. There are no easy


Halesworth Scarecrow Week 19th – 26th October 2019


10th Anniversary


Two Pumpkin Hunts This Year. A New Golden Pumpkin Hunt Using The free “What3words” App.


Entry forms are available from the Library, Edwards, Hammonds Garage, The Hideout Café and The Bookshop £1 per entry. Win cash prizes and the chance to help Santa switch on The Halesworth Town Christmas Lights. All monies raised goes to Halesworth Christmas lights


Unit 15, Halesworth Business Park, Halesworth IP19 8QJ


Tel 01502 478217 THE WHITE HART,


Winter Events at The White Hart


Quiz Night – 2nd Tuesday of each month. 7.30pm start. All welcome. £2.50 per person. Nibbles at half time. Max 4 per team.


BLYTHBURGH Fish & Chips takeaway –


Specialising in steaks & Seafood Blythburgh 01502 478 217


‘Fizz & Chips’ Night – Every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Chefs Market fish board for two with a glass of Prosecco £15 each


Curry Night – Every 3rd Wednesday of the month. Choose from two curries, rice, home-made onion bhajas, Poppadoms and dips with a medium glass of house wine or a tiger beer £12.00 per person


‘Iffit’ & Pud Night – Every 4th Wednesday of the month. Chefs selection of four ‘iffits’ (English style tapas) and a pudding per person based on two sharing £10 person


Friday 11th October 2019 (6-9pm) £12.50 per head


Bookings only – Book early to avoid disappointment


Book now for Mother’s Day (2 lunch sittings available) & Easter


www.blythburgh-whitehart.co.uk CURRY NIGHT


Every Friday, served from 6-9.30pm. £7.50. Winter Wednesday Nights


Ribeye Steak Night – Every 1st Wednesday of the month. One large Ribeye (14oz), Peppercorn sauce and blue cheese sauce, Chips, tomatoes, mushrooms & onion rings for two sharing. Bottle of house wine £20 per person


Psychic Supper Wed 20th Nov


DURRANTS DEDICATED AUCTION ROOMS IN BECCLES HOLDS REGULAR AUCTIONS FOR THE SALE OF ANTIQ1JES WITH JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ART AND MODERN AND ANTIQ1JE FURNITURE WITH COURTYARD


SINCE 1853


PLUS Q1JARTERLY SALES OF TOYS AND COLLECTABLES, MILITARIAAND FIREARS, AS WELL AS SPECIALIST SALES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR


Two course meal (main & pud) and an evening with famous Clairvoyant STEVEN TREADAWAY


£28.95 per person. Arrive 7pm for start of 7.30pm. Come and join us...Booking only, (food pre-order required at least two days before event).


7.30pm start,(max 4 people per team). Nibbles included at half time£4 per person (of which - £1 per person for nibbles, remaining funds after prizes will be donated to Blythburgh Church) Dates; 17 Sep; 15 Oct; 19 Nov; Christmas quiz - 16 Dec (Mon); 21 Jan; 18 Feb; 17 Mar


Bookings only, For any more information or queries - please call 01502 478217


RESULTS FROM OUR JUNE ANTIQ!!ES WITH JEWELLERY, SILVERAND ART SALE


KITCHENSENSE of Harleston


62 London Road, Harleston,


Norfolk IP20 9BZ


A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST A GENTS 18CT WHITE GOLD OF FIVE DRAWERS WITH SLIDE AND STAINLESS STEEL ROLEX SOLD FOR£400


SOLD FOR£4,600


FORTHCOMING SPECIALIST SALES FRIDAY 25th OCTOBER


ANTIQUES WITH JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ART


T: 01502 530226 M: 07904 526601


WHO’S SLEEPING


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CLEAN N DRY


1 Earsham St, Bungay Est 1977


Quality and Service at a realistic price


Fitted Kitchen Specialists


WINES AND SPIRITS, BREWERIANA AND ASSOCIATED ITEMS


SATURDAY 2nd NOVEMBER WWW.DURRANTSAUCTIONS.COM TEL: 01502 713490


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Tel: (01379) 852592 Fax: (01379) 854411


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• Did you know that its likely that you share your bed with 20,000 unwanted house guests every night • Dust mites and bed bugs leave bacteria and fungal spores in your bedding causing allergic reactions. • Experts recommend that duvets are cleaned at least every  months.


By having them cleaned at Clean n Dry you will ensure sterilisation and removal of allergens occurs.


Can you afford to leave it any longer? Get your duvets cleaned today Tel: 01986 894598


WE would like to thank everyone who attended our Rosedale Halesworth Charity Quiz for The Pear Tree Fund and HACT on Friday 20th September. We raised a grand total of £381.20 which was split between the two charities. This event


supported by Ron Goodson who allowed us to hire


Mary's Church Hall and the following local businesses


was kindly St


games and typically we came back down to earth with a defeat away at Burnley. Next up are games away at Crystal Palace and home to Aston Villa before the next break for internationals. We welcomed youngsters Logan and Matthew to our Fantasy Football Auction. As usual the auction came up with some interesting teams, Chris M has Vardy and Kane up front and Charlie has again bought Benteke. First update was during our September meeting with two points separating the top three teams, last year’s winner Josh, James and Bob. Early days but Charlie is already in the chase for the wooden spoon. Our October meeting is on the 23rd when the phrase “Christmas meal” will appear once more.


CC


Rosedale Charity Quiz who donated


some great


raffl e pries llens utchers, Durrants Estate Agents, Fox's Cards and Gifts, The Boarding House, Edwards Restaurant, Cooper BMW


Ipswich,


The Halesworth Florist & Greengrocers, The Halesworth Mens Shed. Thank you all for your kind generosity, the evening was a great success for two worthy causes I'm sure you'll agree!


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