SHAKE Festival is deep in rehearsal for their live reading of The Tempest which will be performed on Zoom on 19 November at 7.30pm GMT.
#Woodbridge4Woodbridge Challenge – to support Home-Start in Suffolk and promote mental wellbeing
Pressi is a purple bow not a brown box but you can still shop with ease instantly online, in just a few simple steps a consumer can send an instant Pressi for a local supplier and it can be redeemed immediately. Making it easy for that beloved Aunty in Scotland to gift her niece in Suffolk.
As England enters a second COVID lockdown period, Woodbridge School Prep has launched a new ‘Mindful Moments’ campaign, as part of its #Woodbridge4Woodbridge programme. The School will be making a range of ‘Mindful Moments’ videos publicly available on its YouTube channel and across social media – featuring simple-to-follow Mindfulness techniques, such as breathing and reflection – to promote health and wellbeing during lockdown, not just amongst its pupils, but also parents and the wider community.
We have some great news for Ipswich Panto fans. Peter Rowe has re-imagined his Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto and adapted The Snow Queen story for a Live Streamed show that we’ll be staging this Christmas.
Suffolk County Council and its waste and recycling partner FCC Environment are delighted to have their flagship Recycling Centre in Bury St Edmunds reach the final shortlist as ‘Civic Amenity Site of the Year’ in the 2020 LetsRecycle Awards for Excellence.
Home-Start in Suffolk part of £5m national partnership with John Lewis, Waitrose and Fareshare to support UK’s struggling families
The much-anticipated Power of Stories exhibition, which includes a display of sensational costumes from the hit film Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, will now open from 3 April to 29 August 2021. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the exhibition was unable to open in July as planned.
The Mercury Theatre has announced that it will be streaming its record-breaking pantomime Cinderella for audiences to celebrate at home this Christmas, while providing a valuable lifeline for the show’s cast and crew.
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum has launched an online shop to sell Tide Mill merchandise without the need for customers to visit the Mill. Like all Charities the Mill has had to come up with alternative ways to maintain some sort of income. The Mill relies on visitors’ entrance fees, donations and Gift Shop purchases to maintain itself. Visiting has been severely curtailed by the Covid pandemic and the need to restrict opening to pre-booked times at the weekend. This has hit gift shop sales hard so this online shop will be a big boost.