Business leaders across Suffolk are being urged to put themselves forward for one of the region’s most prestigious business awards.
Marketing and communications agency Relish are delighted to announce their co-founder and Managing Director, Emma Lloyd, has been awarded with the fellowship membership status (FCIM) from The Chartered Institute of Marketing. Her senior strategic experience and business success has led to her receiving the highest level of membership available and will be used in her continued dedication to provide a range of first-class marketing services to Relish’s clients.
Suffolk-based not-for-profit organisation, Wednesday’s Child, has developed a comprehensive protocol, which guides school staff and the pupil community through awareness, prevention and intervention.
Every year, The Wheatsheaf, Tattingstone nominates a charity for their annual appeal, 2019 was the Blossom Appeal. Breast Cancer has affected many people in this and other local villages and this appeal is helping to build a new Breast Care Centre at Ipswich Hospital to help families and friends cope better with the illness.
One local hearing company is raising awareness about the importance of hearing health by supporting World Hearing Day (3rd March 2020), a global initiative run by the World Health Organisation.
The newly formed Alde and Ore Community Partnership (AOCP) met for the first time on 30 January 2020 at a well-attended open public meeting at Orford Town Hall, with parish representatives and members of the public present.
Families of serving RAF personnel and veterans in Suffolk who are finding life tough will be offered unique training to help them identify, and deal with, the symptoms of poor mental wellbeing.
Moving in together is a big step for relationships. As couples make the decision and commitment to building a future together in a home of their own, there is a new level of affection; the shared responsibility of paying bills, picking out new furniture and generally a closeness not yet experienced.
Christies Care, one of the largest providers of live in care in the UK, is supporting the British Heart Foundation this Valentine’s Day.
The day’s fundraising is in honour of the carer Susan Atkinson who sadly passed away last year from undiagnosed heart disease.
In the closing months of 2019, local charity, Ipswich Housing Action Group has seen two significant changes in its leadership. Jools Ramsey, has joined the organisation as new CEO and Toni Lancaster has stepped up as Chair of the board of Trustees, after the retirement of both previous incumbents.
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