Believe it or not, but on average, we spend a third of our adult lives at work. And whether you’re on a building site, inside a busy factory or tapping away at the keyboard in the office, accidents can and do happen. For many of us, we’ll end up making our way through our working lives (fingers crossed) pretty safely. But with a staggering 30,000 personal injury claims issued in county and magistrates courts last year, it never hurts to be prepared.
Young Art East Anglia is an annual art competition for Suffolk’s primary school pupils, that raises money for Cancer Research UK. This year’s judge, Suffolk based artist Mimi Nicholson, will choose highly commended from different age categories plus first, second and third placed pieces which will then be professionally framed. About 350 selected art will be displayed at the Peter Pears Gallery in Aldeburgh. Winners are notified by late February.
Thompson’s Gallery in Aldeburgh is privileged to be holding an exhibition of Selected Members of The New English Art Club.
Christies Care, one of the largest providers of 24-hour, 7-day a week care in the UK, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Outstanding’ rating for the second consecutive time following a Care Quality Commission inspection.
Unsurprisingly gym memberships are set to surge now we are in the New Year as many Brits look to shift the Christmas weight and start 2020 on a healthier note. With 12% of new gym members signing up in January, it is no surprise that the top New Year’s resolutions surround getting fit. But a leading lawyer has urged those undertaking new fitness regimes to take precautions to prevent themselves from injury.
February is a month where love is in the air, and one local audiology company is encouraging the public to truly connect with their loved ones by taking action against hearing loss.
For families everywhere Christmas can be a tricky time. Rows about whose family to visit, relatives we’d rather not see and who is cooking the Christmas dinner can all threaten to spoil what should be the most wonderful time of year.
With the Christmas season upon us and festive functions about to be in full swing, getting ‘merry’ with our colleagues is one way many of us like to wind down after a busy year.