Arts La’Olam, based in Ipswich, is excited to announce a new programme of events, commissions and participatory online workshops that bring families and people of all ages together in a spirit of creative celebration, addressing social isolation and creating legacy artworks that commemorate these curious times.
Barretts is thrilled to be a Specialist Dealer for the wonderful Alternative Flooring company – a ‘Cool Brands’ award winner.
Ever wanted to own a beautiful Suffolk landscape, a hand-thrown hand-painted bowl,
a unique sculpture for the home or garden, a piece of designer jewellery or an artist
painted cashmere shawl? Never has there been a better chance.
Local Great Waldingfield village residents have helped to raise over £500 for conservation charity the RSPB with a bumper wildlife walk hosted right from their very own driveways.
In line with Government guidance, all Hopkins Homes and Hopkins and Moore marketing suites and show homes are re-opening on Thursday 21 May with bookings open from today through the suites with full contact details on the website – www.hopkinshomes.co.uk
Ipswich based community interest company Art Eat Events CIC will be producing another community mural for the Ipswich Waterfront area. The organisers behind Art Eat Festival and four existing murals, will be managing the project with funds from The National Lottery Community Fund gained by Arts La’Olam.
Home-Start in Suffolk is proud to announce that the Suffolk based actress of the stage and screen Miranda Raison will be supporting the organisation in the role of Patron.
Following a further assessment of Woodbridge Tide Mill the Suffolk Carbon Charter panel has decided to renew its Gold level award of the Suffolk Carbon Charter. The award was first given to the Tide Mill in 2015.
The RSPB have released 15 images of their nature reserves for use as backgrounds in Zoom meetings. Both RSPB Minsmere’s misty scene over the reedbeds at dawn and RSPB Havergate Island’s views of Orford Ness feature in the list of free backgrounds
While people across Europe are confined to home, nature has no such restrictions. This spring has seen an unprecedented migration of Large Tortoiseshell butterflies into the eastern counties of the UK. While the odd individual slipping across the channel in high summer is not unusual, Butterfly Conservation volunteers have received more reports this month than in the whole of the previous ten years.