Home-Start in Suffolk hosted their first ever online art auction this month and raised a fantastic £6444Read more
As the wearing of face masks becomes mandatory in shops in England from Friday July 24th local hearing care specialists, The Hearing Care Centre are giving away badges to help support communication for people with hearing loss.Read more
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum is re-opening on Saturday and Sunday 4 – 5 July. After that weekend it will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The Mill has acquired the Industry Standard ‘Good To Go’ mark which means that it has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, has a Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.Read more
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.Read more
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.
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.ukRead more
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.Read more
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