April 30th – May 30th online www.artforcure.org.uk
ART FOR CURE launch their next major annual exhibition online on April 30th 2021, with over 100 national artists, sculptors, photographers and ceramicists bringing a vision of optimism, energy and vibrance ahead for summer!
Some of East Anglia’s finest contemporary artists capture the beaches and big skies of the Suffolk coast.
Fenn Wright are delighted to announce two new senior appointments as Joseph Hall takes on the role of Managing Partner from April 1st and Alan Williams becomes Senior Partner. After more than 35 years in the Commercial Property and Development sectors, former Senior Partner, Roger Hayward, retires from the Partnership and becomes a Consultant.
Woodbridge School’s Nathaniel, currently in Year 13, is celebrating being awarded a Choral Scholarship at Queens’ College, Cambridge – one of only a handful students this year to have done so.
Suffolk County Council and FCC Environment are urging Suffolk residents to ‘Clear Out to support a good cause’ this spring by donating good quality but unwanted items for resale at its two re-use shops, due to reopen on 12 April along with other non-essential retail outlets.
Family support charity Home-Start in Suffolk launches an exciting competition for Suffolk Primary Schools championed by patrons Anthony Horowitz OBE and Miranda Raison
Glasswells Commercial Storage and Warehousing facility in Bury St Edmunds has doubled its pallet storage capacity in response to high demands.
Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh are holding a one man show by the extremely talented and sought after Cornish painter, Andrew Tozer.
The New Wolsey Theatre, as one of the co-producers of the upcoming digital adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray has announced the production’s full casting and creative team.
Woodbridge Rugby Club was glad to accommodate a different type of practice last Saturday, 20 Feb when ex-player and Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service Chief Pilot; Adrian Mason, asked for help.
The Cut Arts Centre in Halesworth has successfully fundraised £16,000 for new streaming equipment and training, and resource for a visual art project with grants from the East Suffolk Communities Bounce Back Fund and Arts Council England (ACE).