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Hello and welcome to the July issue of the directory. Finally the Summer has begun, school’s almost finished and hopefully most of you have a holiday or little break planned. Even if the garden is as far as you get, a good old BBQ is probably on the cards and our burger recipe on page 40 will get the party started. Heading down to the coast? On page 28 we show you the main essentials to pack in that beach bag. There’s lot’s of summer fairs and festivals going on to keep the family entertained. If you managed to get tickets for the Nearly Festival in June, then I’m sure you had a fantastic time, I certainly did with the family, although it was a super hot day we managed to find a nice tree to sit under for some shade in between dancing to Oasis and Queen! Looking forward to next years, that’s for sure! Anyway, make the most of the sun whilst it is here, and enjoy July and what Bury has to offer this month. See you all in August!
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FREE FRESH PODS aim to reduce food waste in the home 7000 households in and around Bury St Edmunds will very shortly be receiving a Fresh Pod through their door which will keep their fruit and vegetables, stored in the fridge, crisper, tastier and fresher whilst maintaining essential nutrients, meaning produce can be stored for longer and eaten fresh, instead of ending up in the bin. St Edmundsbury Borough Council is using funding from Sainsbury’s ‘Waste less Save more’ scheme to purchase the Fresh Pods, which increase the life of fresh fruit and vegetables by up to four times by neutralising the Ethylene gas, bacteria and moulds which lurk in the fridge. Fresh Pod sits in the fruit bowl or fridge, last for six months, and can be used as plant food once finished. Refills are available. Cllr Peter Stevens, Cabinet member for Operations said, ‘on average a family throws away £700 of food a year, much of which is fruit and veg. Fresh Pod lengthens the lifetime of food, giving householders more time to use it.” Valerie Watson-Brown of Norfolk based Fresh Pod Ltd, said, ‘We are putting safe technology used by food producers across the UK and the world into the fridges of householders to help them avoid putting any useable fruit and veg into the bin.’ Households are encouraged to look out for a jiffy bag which will hit their doormats towards the end of July. They are asked to read the instructions, use the Fresh Pods and note any difference it makes to the amount of fruit and veg they eat and what, if any, they still throw away. More details will be available at westsuffolk.gov.uk
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Police Matters I have received some updates from the police regarding some disturbing emails going around. They are as follows:
Bogus emails If you receive a call stating that you have a refund from your rates, requesting that you give your bank details so that money can be returned into your bank, do not give details, this is a scam. Should you be expecting a refund you would receive a letter stating that and a cheque, not requesting your bank details. There are many different ways that are being tried to get your details, be careful.
Thefts There have been about 37 cycles stolen in and around Bury over the last month, some of these bikes cost upwards of ÂŁ700, very costly to replace, the police recommend a D shaped lock as the best way to lock up your bike, they are very hard and difficult to break off. Better safe than sorry.
House burglaries Again, there has been a spate of house break-ins and the police say some of these happened where people have not secured their houses, allowing thieves to gain entry, this may be because of the hot weather, windows left open while you just pop down to the shop. It does not take long for a burglar to be in and out with your possessions, so please secure your home.
Drink driving We have come to the end of the June campaign against drink drivers, during the month of June about fifty drivers were pulled over and about seven lost their licenses, the police advise that although the campaign may be over, they will be on the lookout for drink drivers, especially because itâ€™s BBQ weather, so think before you get behind the wheel if you have attended a BBQ and had a drink. 10 | JULY 2017
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Some of you may have noticed that the area around the seat has been cleared making the seat more visible, this seems to have cleared the drinkers from using it for booze ups and throwing their bottles all over the place. For the last three weeks of checking every Sunday we have found no broken bottles and less waste. Peter and I will be having the seat repainted in a respectful colour paying for it from our locality budget.
YOUTH Who’s Who CLUB The club is gaining in popularity now the good weather is here, the numbers are up with a good mixture of boys and girls. The Suffolk Library is a great success too, plenty of mums and toddlers, there is plenty of room for more to attend and it will go on until September so pop along and see what’s available. We will be holding an end of term disco on Friday 30th July again, this is free to all 8 to 14 year olds so kids, get your dancing shoes on and enjoy yourselves. Music and a few nibbles after a hard term at school and the summer holidays looming.
I have had several people ask me who is responsible for getting things done on the estate well here are you council representatives: COUNTY COUNCILLOR:
Trevor Beckwith, Trevor deals highways, pathways social services schools welfare and other county issues BOROUGH COUNCILLORS: Trevor Beckwith, Peter Thompson and Frank Warby we deal with local issues grass cutting, play areas, bin empting, parks, domestic rate and housing and trees. TOWN COUNCILLORS: Patsy Warby, Clive Springett and Peter Thompson: They deal with other issues not covered by borough or County enhancing play area, grit bins, parking issues sporting ideas like the green gym the five mile walk in general adding to what’s already there but putting money to help where it’s needed. Contact details for all councillors are on the Borough website.
Quite a lot to get in but, until next time take care, Frank Warby JULY 2017 | 11
Supporting West Suffolk Hospital Registered Charity No. 1049223
This month’s My WiSH Charity page is all about our Bury Dog Show on Sunday 16th July at Nowton Park.
Mischief’s Dachshund Dash. Entry is just £2 per dog and the races will start at around 11am depending on entries.
We know West Suffolk is full of dog lovers, myself included, and we can’t wait to host a fun day for all the family.
And if your dog needs time out, head to Bury St Edmunds Canine Creche stall where you can head off on the Tail Trail out into the beautiful park for a bit of peace and quiet.
The gates will open at 10am and admission is £5 per adult with concessions and children at £2.50. A family ticket is just £12 for up to four children. Our fun dog show starts at approximately 10.30am with 11 classes to enter, ending with the Champion of Champions. Each class costs £2 per entry and we would like to thank Moreton Hall Vets for, once again, joining us as judges.
There will be agility displays from the East Anglian Dog Training Club and a chance for your dog to try its paw at recall and other fun games! Alongside all this doggy fun will be lots of stalls selling pet related plus home and garden wares and food and drinks to suit all tastes. Have you got young children? Then we have fun for them too with BTS Roadshow bringing three giant inflatables plus the Human Hamster balls will be there too. We also have messy play for the little ones thanks to Feoffment Preschool and Nursery.
Most handsome dog
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Best doggy trick
Cutest puppy under 18 months old
Golden oldie, any dog over 7 years old! (Human years, not dog years…)
The dog judges’ would most like to take home
Thanks to Unison for sponsoring the hire of Nowton Park for the day allowing the proceeds of the Bury Dog Show to support our orthopaedic wards at West Suffolk Hospital including the fracture clinic. This money really will make a difference to your hospital.
Best young handler aged 6-12 years old
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Champion of champions (winners from all classes above)
We also have a sausage dog race courtesy of Mischief Doggy Daycare in Mildenhall so if you have a little dachshund make sure you enter
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Join us for the 3rd dog show as we take over Nowton Park in Bury St Edmunds •
Craft stalls • Pet Stalls • Food & Drink • Fun for the kids • Dog agility and displays 12 classes + rosettes • Tail Trail • Mischief’s Dachshund Dash Admission £5 Children £2.50 Family £12
Raising money for the Arthrose Appeal www.wsh.nhs.uk/dogshow JULY 2017 | 13
Moreton Hall News...
from Cllr Peter Thompson
I have a single story for this month, but it’s an important tale of how the community and the Council can work together to great effect. Some background... Shortly after the election in 2015, I was working on some community projects and submitted some proposals based on a leisure project I had seen on holiday in Bodrum and also near Anfield. This was essentially a laid out exercise route interspersed with equipment at intervals every 100 yards or so. At the same time, I received an email from local resident, Tony Whittingham, who had a similar, but better, idea. An outdoor gym. Well, here we are. My proposal morphed into the Run/Walk route and after a lot of hard work, Tony’s is happening at Heldhaw Road. This is brilliant on many levels - we have secured a project at a much neglected piece of land bringing it back to fruitful use, we have by-passed the play equipment budget cut though some lateral thinking and most importantly we have shown that everyone can have a direct input into what we do in our area. We don’t just have to object to things all the time, we can make positive and proactive thinngs happen. Many thanks to my colleagues at Town Council, where the funding was sourced, especially Sue, Andrew, Frank and Clive. Special thanks to Tony, of course, for taking time to get in touch. If you have any ideas, please send them in to peter.thompson@ stedsbc.gov.uk - we can make things happen. 14 | JULY 2017
St Edmundsbury Borough Council have undertaken a car parking capacity count on the Moreton Hall Car Parks Lawson Place, Heldhaw Road and the Community Centre which indicate that there are empty spaces at all times across the week. They had a permanent presence on site for two weeks and very few fines were issued suggesting that people are not staying over the 3-hour limit. The council are considering marked permit holder spaces allocated across the 3 car parks to allow more space for residents and users in the Lawson Place one. A start has been made on the new Green Gym at Heldhaw Road with phase one being the removal and storage of the current play equipment, safer surfacing and fencing. Then installing the new equipment. The second phase will involve the installation of the play area fencing and reinstallation of the salvaged play equipment together with a couple of new items. The draft Bury St Edmunds Town Centre master plan will go out for public consultation at the end of July. The time table is as follows • Consultation lead in and preparation week commencing 17th July • Draft masterplan consultation period week commencing 31st July • Finalise masterplan week commencing 11th September 2017 • Handover week commencing 6th November 2017 • Full Council adoption of the masterplan as supplementary planning guidance by the end of 2017
By the time this article is published the Council Cabinet on the 27th June will have considered report CAB/SE/17/035 which gives full details of the issues and responses to the first consultation. I wrote in June’s edition about the possible merger of St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Forest Heath District Council to form a single council for West Suffolk. At the meeting of St Edmundsbury Council on the 13th June the draft business case was presented and it has been agreed to test the draft business case with a public engagement exercise. • Dialogue between Members and resident’s business and community organisations in their wards • An online survey • A phone poll • A separate section on the council’s website explaining why both councils wish to proceed with the proposals with a frequently asked questions section Will it cost residents more in council tax? Will it make local government more remote? Will it concentrate power in fewer hands? Will it involve the loss of Councillors? Let your 3 Borough Councillors Trevor Beckwith, Pete Thompson and Frank Warby have your comments and ask your questions. Our next meeting is Thursday the 6th July 7.30 pm at the Community Centre. Robert Houlton-Hart Secretary Moreton Hall Residents Association Email email@example.com
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ABBOTS GREEN Community Primary School We have had yet another fabulous month at Abbots Green with heaps going on! Lower Key Stage 2 children had their Egyptian Experience Day where they baked Egyptian bread, produced clay amulets, made their own canopic jars, painted tiles and learnt Egyptian dancing. The event was planned as part of the current school project ‘Dig, Dig, Dig!’ A great day was had by all and the staff and children looked wonderful in their costumes and make up – our thanks to the parents who supported their children with costumes for this event. The children have also performed some wonderful assemblies to their parents sharing information they have learnt as part of their project - we have received some lovely feedback from the audience members to say how much they enjoyed the show. Our Outdoor Learning Experience days have continued to be excellent – learning using the outdoor environment as the classroom with visits off-school site to Green’s Wood too. The children really enjoy their days outside making use of the natural resources to support their learning. Children in Upper Key Stage 2 continue to enjoy events held at Sybil Andrews Academy – including recently meeting authors Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore, aka ‘The Two Steves.’ Our monthly Talk Team Cake Sales have proved to be a wonderful success across the school. Classes take it in turns to supply
the cakes, and these are then sold instead of our usual Friday tuck. The Talk Team (school council) are using the funds to develop the playground area…although on occasions they choose to donate their proceeds to charity – the last one being for the Grenfell Tower tragedy. We have had some AMAZING football results across the board culminating in the AGFC Presentation Awards ceremony where both individual and team successes were celebrated. On the subject of sport, our Year 4’s recently competed in a tennis tournament at King Edward VI Upper School and won against other local schools! PCSO’s visited school to spend time with the Key Stage 2 children to discuss how to be a model citizen and worked alongside the children on various activities. The Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs) have been working hard and are currently preparing for a presentation at Endeavour House in Ipswich as part of the annual JRSO Award Ceremony…and our Year 4 children are all off to The Apex tomorrow to perform with their guitars. A busy month, and we still have so much more planned to fit in before the Summer holidays!
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The ‘firsts’ keep coming at school as spotlight shines on music and sport I write this as the town of Bury St Edmunds enjoys something of a heatwave with temperatures reaching 30C. Perfect beach weather but something that could pose understandable challenges in the classroom. I am delighted to say that with sensible precautions and understanding on the part of the teaching staff and commendable spirit among students, there remains a strong educational atmosphere around the school.
9 students and our cheerleading squad will be taking its place in Bury’s Got Talent at the end of June – at the same time as we will be hosting our very first ever school summer production entitled ‘A Medley of Shakespeare’. If the rehearsals are anything to go by, the audience is in for a real treat. We will soon be having out first transition process for next year’s Year 7 students and we will be using existing students to tell them all about Sybil Andrews Academy, the school building, our ethos and values.
It is particularly apt that our first mini-heatwave is upon us as the ‘firsts’ are continuing to come, both looking back and looking forward!
Next month sees our first sports day on 12th July and a sports awards ceremony on 20th July just before the start of the summer holidays.
For starters, we held our first mock general election to coincide with the General Election. This was a great way to get young people engaged with politics and democracy and was a huge success.
We were also delighted to welcome the Crafty Foxes into the school. This was part of a partnership with the excellent Bury in Bloom and saw students create planters from general household recycling.
But the firsts don’t stop there. We have just had out first trip to France for Year 8 and Year
Andy Prestoe, Principal, Sybil Andrews Academy JULY 2017 | 17
July in the woods
oodland Ways was very pleased with the results of our bee orchid survey last month at Natterer’s Wood with nearly six hundred found. This species will rejuvenate and re-colonise if the right conditions are present and can be found across Moreton Hall. Bee orchids are still common, but in decline because of the loss of our chalk grasslands, so we are delighted to see this proliferation. Other wild flowers are thriving at Natterer’s Wood. Every year we cut and lift the hay and every year there is less grass, allowing the wild flowers space and sunlight and helping a greater diversity of species. This year there are huge swathes of white daisies, this simple yet perfect bloom, the ‘day’s eye’, is probably most symbolic of a wild flower meadow. At the field margins, in the longer grass, you can see Goat’s Beard, or Jack-goto-bed-at-noon, the delightful old nickname for this member of the dandelion family
refers to its habit of blooming only in the morning. The striking, goblet shaped buds open to reveal a bright yellow flower against a star of green leaves, or bracts. You can also find the deep sky-blue of bird’s-eye speedwell, and the purple blue of self-heal flowers, with their striking bronze foliage, the twining, climbing purple vetch, and, along the edge of the footpath, the tall bobbing lilac blue pincushion heads of field scabious, delicate and beautiful above its grey-green lance shaped leaves. Above and amongst all these blues, you might be lucky enough to see a blue butterfly, the common blue favours this type of grassy habitat and the brightly coloured males can be seen working industriously around the meadow, the pretty yellow and orange pea like flowers of the common yellow trefoil are its food plant of choice.
Join us at Woodland Ways... Why not join in with a Woodland Ways work party to help improve the Moreton Hall woods? No experience is needed and all are welcome; we’ll show you what to do. For more information please see www.woodlandways.org.uk, see the Woodland Ways noticeboard in the Community Centre, contact Nick Sibbett on 01284 723847 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Woodland Ways on Twitter @NatterersWood 18 | JULY 2017
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Summer is here! A few general tips to make the summer sunshine more enjoyable for those living with Lymphoedema and Lipoedema.
sprays are available or just fill a spray bottle with chilled water. A hand held fan, battery or hand powered, can also help.
Avoid exposing the affected area to heat and sun, which can cause inflammation, so protect your skin from the sun by covering up with clothes or wearing sun cream with a SPF of at least 30. Best to use SPF sun cream AND insect repellent before any exposure to the sun. Don’t forget you can still burn through your compression hosiery. Some patients find applying sun cream before putting on their compression garments helps.
Always wear your compression garment when travelling by air and move about as much as is possible. It’s important to discuss any air travel plans with your Lymphoedema Practitioner first.
Never use a sunbed! Whilst in a car or sitting in direct sunlight do ensure that the affected limb is covered. Do use insect repellent to help prevent insect bites as they can lead to inflammation and infection. If you’re stung on, or near, the affected area do make sure you treat straight away with an antiseptic solution/wipe. You’ll need to seek further medical advice if the area becomes red, hot and experience painful along flu symptoms. Avoid extreme temperature as too much heat can increase swelling of the affected limb(s). Avoid using saunas, hot tubs and steam rooms and don’t sit too close to heat sources such as bar-b-ques and outdoor heaters. Using a cool spray on your compression garment can help cool the affected limb and yourself. Many branded cooling
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A lot of tips but do enjoy the summer! Further information and tips can be found on the websites detailed below. LSS 2017 Diary Dates – Monday 10th July, 11th September, 23rd October and 4th December. 7pm – 9pm at at Moreton Hall Community Centre. Do come along and find out more about living with and managing Lymphoedema and Lipoedema. Further details about LSS and the West Suffolk Alliance Lymphoedema Service: WSALS (c/o Suffolk GP Federation CIC): 0345 or 0845 2413313 (choose option 3) www.suffolkfed.org.uk - click on Clinical Service tab For further details on Lymphoedema and Lipoedema: British Lymphology Society website www.thebls.com Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) website - www.lymphoedema.org Macmillan website www.macmillan.org.uk Talk Lipoedema www.talklipoedema.org
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The 19th hole, a place for golf tips, reviews and everything golf related.
Welcome back to the 19th hole for the July edition – This month is THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION. This year The Open is hosted by Royal Birkdale, this great tournament always proves to be one of the toughest tests with the draw and the weather always playing it is part in the outcome. Royal Birkdale, situated in the North West coast in Southport. Birkdale is regarded as one of the finest golf courses in England. It has held numerous national and international tournaments since its opening, this years Open Championship will just add to that great list. Feature Hole: PAR 3 - 7th HOLE The windswept seventh tee is the closest point to the beach and looks out to sea across the high dunes of a nature reserve. Padraig Harrington describes the par 3 7th hole at Royal Birkdale as “A normal, medium-length five/ six iron. But for such a simple hole it causes a lot of problems. It hits above it’s weight”. Colin Montgomerie adds, “The way that hole plays is interesting, You have to control the ball in the air, how you can shape it.” The winner of this years Open Championship will as always need to over come whatever the British weather can throw at them throughout the four days of competition. Whether its wind and rain or firm and fast conditions or a combination of all of these one thing is for sure the winners game will have been tested to its maximum to win this historic tournament. Open Champion 2017 Ok, so its that time where I make a prediction of who I think is going to win this years Open Championship. I am going to stay with the player I thought would win The Open at the start of the year, this player is an amazing shot maker and has the ability to win this tournament after coming close before. I am picking this years Masters Champion, Sergio Garcia. He has proved to himself now that he can get over the line in a major, now its time to add a claret jug to his green jacket.
Coaches Corner – The ground is your friend! This month we are going to focus on short game, and how you see the competitors using lower running chip and pitch shots at The Open Championship this month. The PGA life 365 coaches below are showing you how to play that style of chip and pitch shot, with a few adjustments to your set up you can add another style of shot to your short game collection. Our advice at PGA life 365 is to keep all things in golf as simple as possible, for us if your thinking about set up and mechanics then you will find it a lot harder to perform to your potential out on the golf course. Set Up: Simply we would like to see you make a stance that is relaxed and comfortable for you to be able to play from. We also like to see your feet closer together to limit speed throughout these shots. Tip: Feel like you’re in your address position for your putting action. Club Selection: Your club selection at times can be made for you as the shot that your facing requires you to avoid an obstruction. However, for these shots we would like you to select a club that will flight the ball a short distance and allow the ball to run towards the hole. Allowing the ground to be your friend. This type of shot allows you to have more control than a lofted shot, you can look and judge the areas on which the ball will run before hitting the shot. You will see these lower running style shots played a lot at The Open this month due the weather and ground conditions the players will face throughout the week. Try these shots out in practice and give yourself another option when your next out playing. If you are still struggling with your short game after this, or any other part of your game then I would be pleased to assist you in enjoying this game more. If you quote MHD or SGD when booking your first lesson with me then you will receive £5 off, below are my contact details please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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Kids Aerial Hoop Our speaker for June was the actor Brian Thurlow who entertained us with the story of Billy Jackson, from Bethnal Green. Brian was dressed as a Pearly King and started us off singing “We‘ll Meet Again”. It all started in 1939 and he described London life with his parents, sister and an Auntie next door. With the 2nd World War pending Billy and his sister were sent to a Suffolk farm as evacuees. This was certainly a life changing experience but better than being in the London Blitz. It set us all imagining how difficult life must have been for the family especially with Dad going to war and Mum working in a factory but his talk also provided some funny stories to lighten the mood. Moreton Hall WI meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month (except for August) at the Community Centre and if anyone is interested the first visit is free.
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Over the course of time we have welcomed many interesting speakers from a variety of disciplines. Speaker presentations play an important role in our monthly meetings. Members are drawn in by them, like to interact with them, question them and like to take something away from them, that may help them day-to-day. So it is to our members that we look to for suggestions and try our utmost to accommodate them. Our monthly meetings are alternated throughout the year– every other one is for a speaker that is a health care professional or other professional who help those in pain. Those in-between are for a speaker of a topical nature and non- pain related. What our members look for is that the speaker can:• Interact well and be entertaining • Hold their attention • Be informative • Be easy to understand • Have a good personality • Relate to them • Give encouragement • Be someone who understands their problems Members expect to gain knowledge and relevant information from each presentation delivered. Each one is followed by an opportunity to ask questions and to chat with people over refreshments.
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We are looking for speakers in interesting and informative subjects; our members have expressed an interest in the following topics:Emergency services Flower arranging Gardening History of Bury St Edmunds Mindfulness Palliative care Reflexology Training assisted dogs The 1960’s WW2 If you are someone or know of someone that is knowledgeable in any of these topics or if you are someone who has a specialist subject you would like to share with us please contact us on 07724 187774 or email info@ chronicpainsupportgroup.co.uk Our next meeting on Thursday 20th July is all about dance and the fun ways in which you can enjoy it and relate to it, even when in pain. The facilitator leading the session is someone who is likeminded to ourselves so fully understands how we feel and how it can affect our lives day-to-day. You are welcome to come along and join in at 2pm at Southgate Community Centre in Bury. We look forward to seeing you there!
MY NAME IS JOE SADLER AND I HAVE BEEN A QUALIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER FOR 7 YEARS, WORKING FROM THE MORETON HALL HEALTH CLUB.
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Did you know that our body is composed mostly of water which needs replenishing regularly like any other nutrient. Our muscles are 75% water and our brains are over 80%. These are two key factors in our performance, so they require optimal resources to function at their highest potential.
dehydration and reaching for a glass of water or two is a much healthier alternative to coffee or fizzy drink stimulants. The immune system will also be depressed when it lacks water, so we are more likely to catch a cold or the flu when we are weakened by dehydration.
Many people confuse thirst for hunger so it is a good habit to respond to that first “hunger” signal with a glass of water and see if you are still hungry afterwards. Water can act as an appetite suppressant by distending the abdomen, which then sends the message of fullness to the brain.
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There are immediate symptoms of dehydration, which include dry skin, constipation, fatigue and headaches. There are many disease conditions that result from long-term dehydration since all the body’s systems are dependent on adequate water intake, making the consequences of dehydration endless. Most mid-afternoon energy slumps can be attributed to
As a general rule I will ask my clients to aim for between 2 - 2.5 litres of water a day, the volume will be different from client to client depending on genes, current water consumption and current fitness levels. If the body is not used to handling this much water, it will need some time to adjust to the increased volume. Build your water consumption over a period of 2-4 weeks. Paul Chek and Charles Poliquin who I learn from, have more specific calculations on how to work out the exact amount of water you should consume a day. If you would like me to work this out for you feel free to contact me.
If you have any questions you would like to ask please do not hesitate in asking. Joe Sadler Personal Trainer M: 07917 714557 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Birthday? Anniversary? Wedding? Retirement? By Maria Broadbent, Restaurateur Just some of the events along with wakes, christenings & engagement parties we get asked to look after. I say ‘look after’ rather than cater for - as for me there is a huge difference between the two.
My passion for people is matched only by my passion for food and of course good wine! We offer an entirely personal service for our client whether you are having the event in our restaurant, in your own home, at your business premises or at a venue. Whatever the get together is you are planning – it is essential to decide what your budget is. Most caterers and event co-ordinators need this information first. The other major consideration for a private function is how do you want your event to feel. Fun? Formal? Classy? Trendy? If you are a business, then my question is always ‘what do you need your event to achieve?’ Increased sales? Staff retention? Recruitment? Customer loyalty? With these basics it is very easy then to organise all elements of the event. If you don’t have to organise functions on a regular basis this can become quite stressful. We can take the strain!
From a very simple cold platter collection – you can organise the rest. Up to a fully catered and staffed event including absolutely everything you can think of plus importantly all those things you haven’t thought of. So whether it is a picnic for a proms in the park or a full blown James Bond style event with a casino, ice sculptures and cocktails – we can leave you to focus on having a good time. For a D-I-Y party here is a helpful crib sheet – the basics Food – including serving plus plates, napkins, cutlery and washing up Drink – include glasses, ice, chilling and an area to serve – be clear if people need to bring a bottle and whether it is a free or paying bar. Do you need to hire a bar? Music – a predetermined play list ensures that no-one hijacks the music! Toilets – signage, extra loo roll and air freshener Lighting – not too bright but safely lit Tables and chairs – if formal please do a seating plan if informal and you want guests to circulate have too few chairs! Parking – where can people park safely – and till when Taxis – make sure guests have your postcode and house number Invitations – include dress code and if you don’t want hangers-on, state an end time Smokers – ashtrays or buckets with sand Clear down – plenty of bin liners, washing up liquid and tea towels!
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Luxury Accommodation The Fox Inn is a 15th-century Inn located on Eastgate Street within easy walking distance of Bury St Edmunds Town Centre. Boasting 6 beautiful boutique rooms situated in the converted historic barn, it makes a truly luxurious break without having to travel too far! With excellent food on offer serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, treat yourself to an evening in the Fox!
Serving delicious home cooked breakfasts OPEN DAILY from 7am Monday – Friday and 8am Saturday and Sunday Food Served from Breakfast until 10pm except on Sundays when served until 8.30pm
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ast year I participated in a macaron class in the ICE Cook School and enjoyed the experience so much, I have been really looking forward to trying something else there. I like to cook and entertain at home but struggle for inspiration so I was thrilled when I discovered I could go along and learn some easy entertaining recipes and tips. I, along with 11 of my friends, went on a Wednesday evening to a demonstration by Scott, one of main chefs at the cook school.
We were greeted in the shop area, which is a foodie’s dream; with all the professional equipment and ingredients you could ever need, and were offered teas and coffees before we went through. The cook school does not have a license to serve alcohol but they are happy if you want to bring
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a bottle yourself to enjoy whilst there. Of course with an offer like that, it’s hard to say no! Once everyone had arrived, we were taken through to the amazing demonstration kitchen and shown to our seats which were arranged around the demonstration area.
Scott was very charming, instantly putting us all at ease by introducing himself and giving us all a short potted history of the business and himself. Everyone there has a background working as a chef in some excellent restaurants so the knowledge and experience on offer is very impressive. The staff there are also so friendly and approachable, you don’t feel daunted to speak to them and ask questions, in fact the main ethos of the business (which comes through very strongly) is about the sharing of knowledge and experience – there’s no ‘secret ingredients’ here!!
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Scott started off his demonstration with 3 canape ideas – quail egg scotch eggs, gazpacho and a delicious tomato/olive salad with goat’s cheese curd. He explained in detail each process as he demonstrated with exact timings on the eggs, the best ingredients to use and professional tips to help us get it just right when we tried it at home for ourselves. We were then able to sample each dish and they were all delicious. I am not a fan of goat’s cheese normally but, combined with the tomatoes it really worked and it is certainly something I look forward to making for my own guests this summer. Next up was venison with chocolate and raspberry with mini potatoes roasted in lamb dripping. I did wonder about the combination of the meat with the chocolate and raspberry but it worked really well and was faultlessly delicious. We were told what cuts to ask for when purchasing the meat and how to complete the dish to give it
that professional presentation. Again, we were all given a plate to sample. To finish off we were shown how to make a lemon tart. Lemon tart is one of my personal favourite desserts so I was pleased to be able to learn to make my own. Again and unsurprisingly, it was fantastic and we were not disappointed. The experience
you get when visiting ICE is first class. Every detail has been covered. I have already booked a private ICE bar lunch for my birthday in September which I am very excited about so watch this space… Thank you so much Scott and team at ICE for the fantastic evening.
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Cook the quinoa following the pack instructions, then rinse in cold water and drain thoroughly. Meanwhile, mix the butter, chilli and garlic into a paste. Toss the chicken fillets in 2 tsp of the olive oil with some seasoning. Lay in a hot griddle pan and cook for 3-4 mins each side or until cooked through. Transfer to a plate, dot with the spicy butter and set aside to melt. Next, tip the tomatoes, olives, onion, feta and mint into a bowl. Toss in the cooked quinoa. Stir through the remaining olive oil, lemon juice and zest, and season well. Serve with the chicken fillets on top, drizzled with any buttery chicken juices. JULY 2017 | 37
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Blue Cheese & Apple Burger Ingredients:
750g quality minced chuck steak
Make the burgers at least an hour before you want to cook them. Divide the mince into 4 portions and work each ball in your hands for a few minutes to melt the fat and mould them into a relatively smooth, round patty. Make them slightly bigger than your bun, as they will shrink when cooked.
1 soft round lettuce 1 punnet of cress 2 Braeburn or Cox apples 120 g blue cheese olive oil 6 burger buns American mustard
Pop them on a tray, cover with clingfilm and chill in the fridge. When youâ€™re ready to cook your burgers, get your toppings ready. Pick off, wash and spin dry the lettuce leaves, cut your cress, slice the apples, crumble the blue cheese into chunks, and leave everything to one side. Preheat your grill to high. Pop a large non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and add a drizzle of oil to the pan. Fry the burgers for around 4 minutes on each side if you like them pink in the middle, or longer if you prefer them fully cooked, seasoning the patties with black pepper as you cook them. Halve and toast the buns under the grill or on a hot griddle, then line them up on a board ready to go. When the burgers are cooked, top each with the blue cheese and pop under the grill for a couple of minutes until nice and oozy. Now build your burgers. First layer the salad leaves and apple onto the buns, followed by a good drizzle of mustard.
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Pop the burgers on, and top with the cress (a cucumber and chilli relish is great here too). Squish the bun tops on and serve straight away.
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BY ANDREW SOUTHWOOD “I am categorically, absolutely never, going to do this again…ever.”
hose were the words that left my mouth as my broken shell of a body slouched on a rickety camping chair, sipping the world’s sweetest cup of coffee, 10 minutes after finishing Endure24: a nonstop 24hour running race.
on to my partner who ran, and then he passed back to me… repeat. You would not believe how long that 45 minutes is when you are running, and conversely, how quickly it goes when you are trying to recover before running again.
I have no idea how I agreed to it, but it was 11:59am and I’d found myself on the start line of the UK’s biggest endurance race wondering what on earth I was doing.
At first it was hard to keep the pace down, to conserve energy, but after about 4 laps each, keeping the pace down was certainly not an issue. We had to eat, so we did a double lap each to ‘earn’ a 90 min rest for the other partner. Eat a burger, drink a protein shake, lie motionless on your back and then all too soon it’s time to get up and start running again.
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During the night its head torch time. Running through parks and woodland, watching your footing, fighting your
own mental and physical battles. Then at last, the sun sneaks up. Wow, those early morning loops were incredible. The end was in sight and the stunning English landscape in full morning sun gave us a huge boost, just when we needed it. By the end our bodies were clearly suffering. Mainly craving proper food – rejecting anymore energy bars or gels. Post race I probably devoured 8 full meals within 24 hrs, such was the calorie deficit. For the record, my partner and I managed 25 laps between us, which tallies up to 125 miles. Not bad for a weekend jog. Meanwhile, a week on and I must confess, I’ve had a little tiny peek online to see when entry opens for the 2018 race. Some people never learn.
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We would like to share this wonderful opportunity with our wider community. If you are associated with a community group, would be interested in taking advantage of our Forest School site, spending a morning or afternoon with us and one of our Forest School trained staff and would like to experience what we have to offer please contact the school office on 01284 755141 or email@example.com to nyone aged 6 and over! enquire about further details.
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Todays make is dream catcher. Believed by American Indians to give the owner good dreams. You will need a plastic bangle, a handful of coloured feathers and beads and some coloured string, embroidery thread or wool • Tie the wool around the bangle and tie a knot • Wrap the wool all the way around the bangle covering it completely until you get back to the start. • Change to a different coloured wool and tie a knot again. Make a pattern, similar to a spiders web. On the final wrap thread a few beads onto the wool and then tie off using another knot. This will be the web to catch your bad dreams • Tie a feather to piece of wool and attach from the bottom of the dream catcher. Repeat another 2 times so you have 3 feathers hanging. • Tie some ribbon or wool to the top to give you something to hang it with.
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Who is your favourite class teacher and why? What is different about South Lee from your old school? What 3 words best sums up South Lee School? What after school clubs do you do? What is your favourite school lunch? What sports do you play? What is your favourite sport? What is your favourite thing that you do at South Lee School? What subject to you enjoy the most? What is the best part of your school day?
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Managing Director of the PIT Group, a marketing and design agency based on Barton Road, Moreton Hall. And the makers of the Moreton Hall and Southgate Directories… Jeremy Procter How long have you run PIT Group? Well, I’m getting on now so the memory is not what it used to be, but I believe I started the business in Feb 1998, so next year we’ll be celebrating our 20th anniversary.
Tell me about your background? I wasn’t very academic, and considering I spent most of my time at school daydreaming about not being there I was lucky to pass all my exams, but not with the best of grades so my ambition of being the next Topgun fighter pilot was out of the question. I was offered a position at my father’s printing business, initially sweeping floors and generally being a dogsbody but slowly I trained in all aspects of the printing industry and in 1998 I started my own business and never looked back.
So, what led you to where you are now? A great deal of hard work when the business first started, but on the whole fantastic customers and a great team.
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What is the best bit about your job (other than the amazing people you work with of course!!)? Everyday is different. It’s always challenging, but it’s always fun. Marketing, print and design is a business where things move quickly, so we need to keep up with all the latest tech and ways of putting our customers in front of the customers they need to help their businesses to grow.
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When you are not working, what do you enjoy doing? Family time is always the best but I’m pretty sure the wife would tell me different, because I do love my golf and I’m a season ticket holder at Chelsea so I do spend quite a bit of time away. We also have an amazing group of friends that we spend a lot of time with so all in all pretty busy most of the time.
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Tell us something about yourself that not many people would know… I’ve run the London Marathon twice.
What is your favourite music? I pretty much listen to all different genres, from Stevie Wonder to Oasis to Metallica. I do like Ed Sheeran, we went to see him at the O2 a few weeks ago, local boy done good.
And film?… That would have to be The Shawshank Redemption, could watch that over and over.
What is your biggest achievement to date? My son Joe, also managing to bag my wife.
If you could choose 1 famous person to have dinner with (dead or alive), who would it be and why? Can I have a couple? if so it would be Jose Mourinio fascinating character and Margot Robbie - enough said.
What would you choose to eat at that meal? A big steak. Either a ribeye of fillet, cooked rare or blue.
And drink?… A pint of Peroni followed by several large Gin & Tonics, loads of ice and a splash of lime.
Are you locally born and bred? No, I was born in a small place just north of London called Buntingford.
Where did you go to school? Primary was Culford, Middle school was St James, then onto King Edwards Upper.
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that’s how you say hello in Mandarine! I’ve recently learnt this as our school has a mandarine teacher. Sadly, she has to leave to go back to china this year. What languages can you speak?
One of my favourite hobbies right now is scrapbooking, I’m addicted! This is a very simple and sentimental idea that doesn’t take very long and isn’t very expensive. My nanny loves photo albums and her collection is growing everyday so a while ago I decided to create an A3 scrapbook! It has loads of pages in and has a black front cover and black pages, can you guess what I put in it? I have put all about my athletics competitions! I have always kept my race numbers and times since I started and have taken quite a few pictures too so I decided to scrapbook it all! In about 20 years time I can look back on it with fond memories, I think it’s just a sweet little idea, it doesn’t take long and can be as in-expensive as you want. It’s also very personal to you so you can have whatever colours and style take your fancy. I personally really like the black look as everything you put in really stands out especially when I write in silver pen in it. You can also create it about whatever you want and however you want! Hope you all make one and if you do... enjoy!!
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Tastyyyy! I do love a good old Starbucks! So many flavours to choose from but which one will you choose? I always find it so hard to choose one especially if there is a que behind me. In the end I always make a right decision and never regret it! The staff are always very lovely in there, and very helpful. Then I have the choice of a cakes, cookies, muffins and flapjacks. My favourite in there is the blueberry muffins with white chocolate chips. That is the one thing that I can decide on without questioning myself. Whilst I’m writing this I could defiantly do with one of the mango fruit coolers, it’s so refreshing and relaxing. Equally I really like the strawberries and cream cooler which again is to absolutely die for. See I’m not even in there and I can’t decide at the minute! I hope you guys agree with me that it’s so hard to decide what to have but I’m gradually getting better the more I go. Hope that you guys go and try something there personally I definitely recommend all of the coolers and the smoothies, hope you enjoy!
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On Sunday 23rd June, I went to the Abbey Gardens with my family and friends to the Nearly Festival. It was a mini festival with loads of tribute bands ranging from Queen to Oasis. They were all really good and had us up dancing and having a good laugh. There were some great bands playing on the Saturday too by the sound of it. The weather was baking hot but we were lucky to have some shade under a tree! There was plenty of food to choose from that was all priced at around £6 each. I chose some grilled haloumi, a pitta and salad which was the most scrumptious thing ever! It was really family oriented and had a ‘kid zone’ stall where all drinks were only 50p each so it didn’t have to cost a fortune. Me and my brother had quite a few battles on the free inflatables trying to knock each other off our posts! There were other things to do that we had to pay for but it was nice to have some freebies too! I also made a hand cast out of wax, it was by a company called ‘Waxy Hands’. It was so bizarre but we loved it! (You can find Waxy Hands at Stonham Barns or google them) My whole family loved it so I’m sure we’ll be going back again next year, I recommend that you all check it out too!
Hands up if you like netball?!? I definitely do! I play for Jetts, and we train at County Upper on Saturday mornings 9-11. I really enjoy it because it’s a nice way to socialise with others and play netball at the same time. I’ve been doing it for about 5 years now but had a bit of a break in between that. I didn’t know anybody there at the start; but I’ve made some really good friends there. In the summer there’s something called ‘Summer league’ and that means you play one match every night on
Mondays for about 2 months (it really depends how many time there are each year). This year the team I play for are doing really well! We have all improved so much, we were pretty much the same team as last year but the improvement is really good. Our passes are much better and so is the shooting. I really enjoy it so much and will always continue with it! The only sad thing is that I have to cut my nails very short to play it, as the umpires check your nails.
I felt really honoured to be chosen by my school to go back to Sebertwood Primary School (my old school) to help score and encourage at their Key Stage 1 sports day as I am a Sports Leader at Sybil Andrews Academy. It was a bit strange to be back but lovely that so many teachers even remembered my name! The morning was organised by the superb Mrs Harvey and was based on ‘travelling the world’! Each sporting event was set in a different country, I was based in Japan. It was a paired activity where the children had to race and collect cones for points. It was great to see the parents join in too! I hope everyone else enjoyed it as much as I did and well done to the ‘Planes’ team as they were the overall winners of the morning. JULY 2017 | 61
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What to do in your garden in July... Not sure who once said it but “Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.” Of course there is a list of gardening jobs to do as long as your arm but it is all too easy to work in the garden and then forget to relax in and enjoy it. So do remember to put your feet up and just watch the birds and listen to the sounds of Summer. If you are looking for some inspiration , to buy a few plants and enjoy visiting gardens then on July 16th from 10am to 5pm there is a Suffolk Nurseries Plant Fair at Fullers Mill Garden at West Stow.
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There are around a 100 species of Abutilons. In the UK as they generally won’t stand a frost it might be best to treat them as annuals or bring them indoors into a conservatory for the winter. Abutilons are wonderful summer flowering shrubs. Lantern-shaped flowers, often in shades of red, orange or yellow. They can be grown outdoors in a warm, sheltered location that is sheltered from cold winds and frost. Treated as an annual the Kentish Belle will grow around 0.5 to 1 metre in height and width. If you have a sheltered spot which has full sun it might survive outdoors and reach 2.5 metres. Bell-shaped flowers with orange and yellow petals. Propagate by seed in spring or by softwood cuttings.
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their fruit. n Thin out the fruits on your fruit trees to produce good sized crops. This also helps to prevent brown rot. n Tackle blackfly on broad beans n It is best to cut flowers from the by pinching off any affected garden early morning with a sharp growing tips secateurs. They will keep longer if n You can harvest garlic once the you cut at an angle and immerse foliage dies down. straight into a bucket of water or vase. n Pinch out the tips of runner beans when they reach the top n Give your potted plants a makeover. of the canes Remove any weeds and dig out the first 3-6cm of old soil. Replace with n Thin out beetroot seedlings to new compost and the plant will around 5cm apart to ensure benefit from this tonic. your beetroots grow to a decent size n Feed dahlias once a week with a liquid tomato feed. You will need to n If you are growing outdoor stake taller varieties and pinch out tomatoes then it is a good idea the growing tips of smaller types to to cut back the main growing encourage bushy growth stem when you have around 4-5 trusses. n Cut back hardy geraniums with a pair of shears this may just encourage a second flowering n Keep deadheading your roses n Cut back penstemons to just above a bud to encourage more flowers
n Keep the hoe going ,in dry weather the weeds will die n Keep bird baths topped up n You can prune cherries straight n Look out for aphids and rubb after harvest them off by hand n Mulch rhubarb once the harvesting n Use left over water in a freshly of the stalks is over boiled kettle to trickle over any n Give your gooseberries and currant weeds in your block paving this bushes a prune after harvesting should kill them in a few days
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Lawn Maintenance n Regularly cut the lawn but don’t scalp it instead keep the height of the mower fairly high .
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he next time you turn on your dishwasher, washing machine or tumble dryer, stop and think, do I really need to? Remember, you are lining the pockets of the energy companies and increasing your CO2 imprint every time you switch them on, so take a look at our ideas to help you save money and energy.
1 Use an outdoor line or clothes horse instead of your tumble dryer Used 150 times per year for 1 hour, an average 2.5kw tumble dryer costs about £53, but put clothes on line/clothes horse and save £53 (= 176kg of CO2).
2 Run your dishwasher only when totally full Each time you use your dishwasher it costs about 19p. Run half full it still costs 19p! Doing this only once a week for a year would cost you an extra £10 (= 33kg of CO2).
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An A rated machine run on a 40C program will cost about 7p. Use a 30C program and it will cost only 4p. Using the washing machine 5 times per week over 1 year on the lower setting will save about £8 (= 26kg of CO2).
If yes, you can save up to 50% on electricity between 1am and 8am, so why not put your dishwasher on at night. This could save you 10p per dishwasher cycle, saving up to £18 per year (= 61kg of CO2).
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It might be the off season for rugby but at Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club life is busier than ever. Following the departure to pastures new after seven years of Director of Rugby Gavin Hogg, new Head Coach Jon Clarke has arrived. The former Northampton Saints player is also joined by a part time Director of Rugby in Kevin Maggs, whose 70 caps for Ireland, years as a premiership player and more recently as a Championship and now national coach for Ireland, means the Suffolk Club is the envy of others in the league for its strong and experienced PRO-AM management team. They alongside, Performance Director Terry Sands have wasted no time in recruiting for the new season with some exciting players new to the books. Three Italians, Federico Silvestri, Daniel Greco and Luca Merolle are joined by former Ipswich RFC star player Tui Uri. Also re-signing are popular Wolfpackers, Luke Palmer, Harry Anderson-Brown, Alex Grey, Shaque Meyers, Will Simpson and Will Affleck.
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Please come and join us for this, our main event of the year. Re-enactment groups, craft stalls, military vehicles, classic cars, raffle, ‘mini funfair rides’, trade stands, BBQ, Hog Roast and a few ‘planes flying in to join us. (We still have limited places available, so please get in touch soon). We are looking forward to a great community day, please be there ! 2017 sees the Museum celebrate its 25th Anniversary as a living memorial. After the American service personnel moved out of the airfield (December 1945) the main museum building, the Control tower, became a domestic dwelling. In 1992 historical enthusiasts where allowed the opportunity to restore the building, the beginning of the museum. Twenty five years on and the current enthusiasts are working very hard to continue developing the buildings and the items in the collection. We are looking to increase membership and our requirements for Volunteers. The Museum has many areas that constantly need maintenance, staffing and up-keep.
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No special skills needed (but handy to have), just an enthusiasm and a willingness to be involved. A little grass cutting, making coffee, painting a floor, baking a cake, selling merchandise, attending other local Fetes, chatting with visitors – anything else that catches your eye! Our success so far this year has seen veterans; their relatives, friend’s, local businesses, community groups and people who didn’t know we existed visit us. We estimate that 80-90% of people were ‘first-timers’. From Dorset UK, Texas USA, Birmingham UK (by air), New York USA and many more, our visitors book represents many destinations we have had visitors from. A truly International venue. Last months visiting group included 20 Custom Cars. It was a great pleasure to meet drivers and passengers who joined in with tea, coffee and homemade cakes. The previous weekend saw 18 visiting Vintage Piper Aircraft Club members visit the airfield and explore the museum. Our Tea Room did exceptionally well with the BBQ and cakes complementing a very relaxed day. As with all voluntary establishments, it is the VOLUNTEERS that keep us operating. We are a very friendly small bunch of locals who are dedicated to the Museum and its historical memory. WE NEED YOU!!! – Where have we seen that before? YES we would love to have you on board with us. Nothing to strenuous, meet new people, learn local and international history, bring new ideas and contacts, help youngsters see the past – can you help with these and other elements of your local asset? 68 | JULY 2017
YES this is YOUR local Asset – a very special museum – a very special Memorial. Please help us to maintain and develop YOUR Museum. For our latest information we now have a new web site www.rctam94th.co.uk. Our e-mail is email@example.com so please look at our pages and use this new contact. We also have a mobile telephone where messages can be left – we can call you back. 07931 971771 Access is now via Rougham Tower Avenue – past the Sybil Andrews Academy from the Moreton Hall Estate. The road will be open within the next few weeks but access from the Rougham Industrial estate is now closed. Please refer to the local press and our website for current information. OUR DIARY - Please note Fly-In days are subject to the weather conditions. Open – Sundays April 10am – 4pm till 29th October. We are able to offer additional dates and times by appointment. Event main dates - in conjunction with the Airfield (supported by Rougham Estates) and Skyward Flight Training: Sunday 6th August – Museum ‘Echoes of the Past’ This is our main 25th Celebration and will also include an Airfield Fly-In Sunday 17th September – Fly-In ‘Piper Type’ aircraft with the Museum open. For further information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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SUMMER FOODIE FUN FOR CHILDREN ICE Cook School launch children’s classes ICE Cook School, based on the Rougham Industrial Estate, just outside Bury St Edmunds, have announced they will be running focused cookery days for children over the summer holidays. Running on Thursdays throughout July and August, the fully interactive half day courses take place between 10am and 1pm and include free refreshments, personalised tuition with the award winning ICE development Chefs, recipe packs and the opportunity to take home everything you make. Children of all ages are welcome to attend as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Each Thursday will focus on teaching a different cookery skill, including baking, pizza, doughnuts and scientific cookery. Scott Taylor, Development Chef at ICE explains: “We often have requests from parents who are looking for different activities to keep their children entertained over the summer holidays, and so we came up with the idea of
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these sessions specifically for parents and children to do something together. They have been really well received – they are great fun and completely interactive, so not only are the children getting involved and learning a new skill but they are also making something they can take away and enjoy at home with friends and family afterwards.”
The ICE children cookery courses cost £40 (which covers one child and one carer) and take place in their fully equipped development kitchen. Dates for the summer holidays are: 25th July – Pizza making 1st August – Baking 8th August – Doughnuts 29th August – Scientific cookery Bookings can be made via the website www.icecookschool.co.uk or by calling 01359 272577.
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Grand Opening of Enchanted Learning World The Grand Opening of the new Enchanted Learning World took place on Saturday 10th June 2017 at Moreton Hall Prep School, Mount Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 7BJ. The Enchanted Learning World is an exciting and unique outside space where the children can learn in a quirky, exciting, eco-friendly and educationally stimulating environment. Lorna Wakerell, Head of Pre-Prep, who masterminded the project, said ‘As a child I loved reading Enid Blyton’s The Magic Faraway Tree and in that book, every land you visit as a reader opens up a new world to be discovered, and this same belief underpins what we do here at Moreton Hall, everything that children discover in their development and learning opens up a new opportunity.’ The aim of the garden is to expand children’s knowledge and understanding of their world through a much more in depth and broader curriculum. To them it is another exciting day of exploring a learning world, to the parents and teachers it is where firm foundations for a successful lifetime of skills and learning takes place, where imagination is captivated and where children are free to explore ideas. CBBC and Blue Peter’s ‘Skinny Jean Gardener’ Lee Connelly opened the Garden with Jo Churchill, MP and Terry Clements, Mayor of Bury who enjoyed chatting to the staff and parents and of course, meeting our school goats, Lofty and Moreton!. Sam Seymour provided music including accompanying three of our pupils for an impromptu performance of ‘Paddy McGinty’s Goat’ (with a few substituted lyrics) and the Friends of Moreton Hall provided refreshments of Pimms, sandwiches and cake. Headmaster, Chris Moxon said ‘I would like to thank our Head of Pre-Prep, Lorna Wakerell and her group of staff and parent volunteers who have worked so incredibly hard to make this amazing project a reality. We are so delighted to see the children enjoying their education in such a wonderful environment.’
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Independent Custody Visitors
Ensuring that people in police custody are treated properly is a statutory duty of Tim Passmore, the Police and Crime Commissioner, and he relies on an army of volunteers to help him monitor the welfare of people who are detained in police stations in Suffolk. Tim Passmore is looking for additional volunteer custody visitors to make regular unannounced visits to the Police Investigation Centre in Bury St Edmunds. The volunteers will be required to look, listen and report on their findings to the PCC to ensure that the police are providing the service that is expected of them. Tim Passmore said, “Suffolk has two Police Investigation Centres in Suffolk - one in Bury St Edmunds and one at Martlesham, Ipswich - and we are currently looking to recruit more volunteers for the Bury St Edmunds Panel. I need the overall panel of visitors to be representative of the local community, so I would really encourage interest from younger people and black and minority ethnic residents. We have a great team of custody visitors in Suffolk, who give their time to support this valuable service and I thank them for their commitment which does not always receive the recognition it deserves.” Volunteers are required to attend an initial training session of half a day and then receive training by observing existing visitors until confident in performing the role. Visitors carry out approximately one visit per month (as part of a panel carrying out the weekly visits), there are quarterly panel meetings which are held in the evening and then 1-2 training days/conference per year. The role is voluntary but we do pay expenses for travel costs. Applicants must be over 18 years of age and appointments are subject to police vetting checks and references. Application details are on the PCC’s website: http://www.suffolk-pcc.gov.uk/involving-you/custody-visitors or you can contact us via e-mail: email@example.com or telephone: 01473 782774.
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Concert Series 2017 - 2018
Monday 18th September 2017, 7:30pm
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Monday 16th October 2017, 7:30pm
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Monday 20th November 2017, 7:30pm
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Monday 19th February 2018, 7:30pm
Eblana String Trio
Monday 19th March 2018, 7:30pm
Bella Tromba, Trumpet Quartet All concerts at the Unitarian Meeting House, Churchgate Street, IP33 1RH Membership Subscription £55 (£15 students) for the season of five concerts Membership: Contact Sue Tanner • 01359 230457 • firstname.lastname@example.org Individual concert tickets: £15 (£5 students) Box Office • Theatre Royal • 01284 769505 • www.theatreroyal.org Visit our website: www.buryconcertclub.co.uk Bury St Edmunds Concert Club - Registered Charity 1050483
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Come to the St Edmunds Primary School Summer Fair
Saturday 8th July 2017 12-3pm Come and enjoy our extensive school grounds whilst perusing the stalls, playing a few games or simply sitting and enjoying a cup of tea! Stalls and games will include: BBQ, bar, face painting, Beat the goalie, fresh popcorn, plant stall, money tree, turning water into wineâ€™ stall, lucky dip, bottle tombola, Polish food stall, bikes & trikes course, book stall, tea and coffee and many more!
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in St Mary’s Church
A charity concert by Bury Bach Choir and guest soloists performing without charge. All profits to Samaritans. Specially chosen programme of popular choral classics includes:
Fauré Requiem Fae Evelyn soprano Tom Asher bass James Recknell organ Bury Bach Choir Philip Reed conductor
Saturday 21 October 2017, 7.30pm St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds Tickets £15 from the Apex 01284 758000 or from our website
Christ Church MORETON HALL As we go to print I realise there has been a bewildering number of events since last I wrote to you and posted my video blog. As a nation we have been buffeted by terrorist attacks; we have been surprised by the General Election result; and just now the deadly van attack in Finchley. With the prospect of a long, hot summer ahead of us, we are worried what might lie ahead. At centre stage is the human tragedy of Grenfell Tower, made all the more poignant because it looks as if it was preventable. Our thoughts go out to the people who have died, and also to those who survived who are emotionally scarred and are now destitute as the fire destroyed everything they had. It would be easy to be depressed, but in the midst of all this tragedy we have seen something else; firstly, the courage and professionalism of the police and emergency
services, some of whom have laid down their lives in the protection of others. Then there was the spontaneous generosity of the British people who have gone out of their way to be kind, helpful and supportive. In the forefront of this humanitarian effort I take great pride in saying that the Christian church has played a leading part. We opened our homes, buildings and dug deep into resources to help other faith groups to play their part as well. Through this dark time of tragedy we can begin to see how the British human spirit is undefeatable and a growing sense of community is emerging. These are things we can be thankful for. I firmly believe, as the scriptures teach us, that God is behind every good deed, every perfect act, and every moment of kindness. He is able to bear with and forgive every callous act that humans can produce, provided they see the error of their ways and repent. It has been good to see how many people are beginning to
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CHURCH NEWS taste the goodness of God and turn to Him. Our service of Celebration of Baptism was a huge success as was our Great Moreton Hall Cake Off. Thank you to all the people who participated. What has also been encouraging is the way you have supported those people who are raising large sums of money to go to South East Asia to help down and out people there. Large sums of money have been raised through our bring-and-buy stalls. Therefore, I commend to you a very special weekend. On Saturday 1st July, 7.00 for 7.30 p.m., we have a Quiz Evening and auction of promises. Entry to the Quiz is ÂŁ10.00 which includes Asian refreshments. Then on Sunday 2nd July we have our Family Service at 10.30 a.m. and a Pet Service at 4.00 p.m. These will be super occasions when we can meet with God and celebrate our shared life together. Also look out for our Alpha course stating in September Part of the way we defeat terrorism is by living normal happy lives and not to cower in fear. The other way we defeat terrorism is by doing all we can to care. That is why I was so encouraged by the numbers of you who came in to church to leave flowers and sign our Book of Condolence which has been sent to the Lord Mayor of Manchester today. Manchester knows that Moreton Hall is praying for them and thinking of them and supporting them in every way we can. We support a church in Manchester directly that has done a lot of street work during the crises. Finally, we serve a God who always answers prayer. I am convinced that the more we pray, the more and we will come together, then we will see our way through this dark time into a much better and peaceful existence, not only in our nation, but across our planet.
JULY Services SUNDAY 2nd July
8.30am Holy Communion 10.30am Family Service 4pm Pet Service
SUNDAY 9th July
10.30am Morning Worship 6.30pm Healing Communion
Our July Services
SUNDAY 16th July
2nd 8.30am Communion 10.30am HolyHoly Communion 10.30am Family 6.30pm Spirit LedService Worship 4.00pm
SUNDAY 23rd July 9th 10.30am Morning Worship
10.30am 6.30pm Morning Worship Healing Communion NO EVENING SERVICE 16th 10.30am Holy Communion 6.30pm Spirit Led Worship
SUNDAY 30th July
23rd 10.30am Worship 10.30am FreeMorning Church NO EVENING SERVICE Communion NO30th EVENING 10.30am SERVICE Free Church Communion NO EVENING SERVICE
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Sunday 9th July
BURY’S GOT TALENT 2017 FINAL (Family)
Join us for the final of Bury’s Got Talent 2017 as the remaining contestants go head to head on stage at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. By the end of the evening one of these talented acts will be crowned the 2017 winner and take home the £1000 prize money. The evening also features a dance performance from last year’s winner, Chandi Brading. This is a fundraising event in support of Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds (Charity Number 242977). Book online.
Wednesday 26th - Saturday 29th July
MADE IN DAGENHAM (Community Productions) SYPT are delighted to bring to you Made in Dagenham Based on historical events of the Ford Dagenham strike of the swinging 60s, the show follows factory girl Rita O’Grady who must balance her role at home as she becomes an unlikely feminist icon in the battle for equal pay. It’s a battle that strains her relationship with her family to the limit, but Rita and her friends prove that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things when they stand together. With outrageous comedy and rousing numbers this show is set to delight and inspire 7.30pm. Book Online.
Thursday 13th - Sunday 16th July
Festival Republic Latitude Festival returns to Henham Park, Suffolk in 2017 for the biggest offering of music, theatre, dance, film, cabaret and literature. Weekend and day tickets available. Book Online
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Friday 7th - Sunday 9th July
ELY FOLK FESTIVAL SUNDAY
One of the UK’s top folk music events, Ely Folk Festival has a reputation for hosting great music acts in an intimate, family friendly environment and is one of the most keenly priced weekend music events in the country. This year’s fantastic line-up includes a diverse mix of established favourites and exciting new acts including: Seth Lakeman, Elephant Sessions, TRADarrr, Spooky Mens Chorale, Sam Kelly Trio, Hans Theesink, Topette!, Ross Ainslie & Jarlath Henderson and many more . Details about the concert line-up, our busy dance, workshop and childrens’ programmes and lots more information about the festival is available at the Ely Folk Festival website. Early bird weekend tickets are available before 1st June and start at £72. Tickets can also be purchased for individual days of the festival. Concessions are available and children under 12 receive free entry. To enable you to book a mix of different ticket types, Weekend, Friday, Saturday and Sunday tickets appear as separate “events”. Book Online.
Thursday 13th July
BOOZE & BRUSHES PAINT NIGHT Join me at The Apex in Bury St. Edmunds for a fun paint night while enjoying a drink or two with friends. There will be two paintings to choose from on the night which will be voted on by you. Then you will be guided through the painting step by step from start to finish. All materials included (not alcohol) and you take your very own 16” x 20” master piece home. This class is for everyone, no experience necessary! I promise you will be very pleased with the final outcome! Suitable for ages 18+ Please arrive a few minutes early to buy drinks, class will start promptly at 19.30. Aprons will be provided but please bear in mind we will be using acrylic paint that will not wash out of clothing. Starts: 7.30pm. Tickets: £25. Book Online.
Thursday 20th July
MODS & ROCKERS Remember the Brighton riots? Lambrettas, Nortons, parkas and leathers? When you had to choose between being a Mod or a Rocker? Celebrate that magical period in the 60s and 70s with the Mods & Rockers Show. You’re in for a night of classic songs by artists including The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Jimi Hendrix, T. Rex, Eddie Floyd, The Equals, Toots & The Maytals plus many more. The Mods & Rockers Show is brought to you by Johnny Warman’s Magic Bus – one of the UK’s most acclaimed bands. The band has written and performed with many top international artists, including Elton John, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, and Foo Fighters. Starts: 7:30pm. Tickets: £16. Book Online.
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THE BEGUILED 15 Director Sofia Coppola Starring Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, Kirsten Dunst
Atmospheric thriller from acclaimed writer/director Sofia Coppola. The story unfolds during the Civil War, at a Southern girlsâ€™ boarding school. Its sheltered young women take in an injured enemy soldier. As they provide refuge and tend to his wounds, the house is taken over with sexual tension and dangerous rivalries, and taboos are broken in an unexpected turn of events.
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Director Jay Cohen Starring Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Jason Mantzoukas, Nick Kroll, Allison Tolman, Michaela Watkins, Ryan Simpkins After Scott and Kate Johansen (Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler) lose their daughter Alex’s college fund, they become desperate to earn it back so she can pursue her dream of attending a university. With the help of their neighbor Frank (Jason Mantzoukas), they decide to start an illegal casino in the basement of his house.
ALONE IN BERLIN 12A
ALL EYEZ ON ME
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Starring Emma Thompson, Daniel Brühl, Brendan Gleeson
Starring Demetrius Shipp Jr., Danai Gurira, Kat Graham
Based on the beloved best-selling novel by Hans Fallada, two-time Academy® Award-winner Emma Thompson (Saving Mr Banks) and threetime Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy Award winner Brendan Gleeson (Into The Storm, The Guard) star as Otto and Anna, a working-class couple living in Nazi occupied Berlin. When their son is killed in service, Otto and Anna begin to write postcards denouncing the Nazis and distribute them across Berlin. As their silent antiNazi campaign builds momentum across Berlin, they enter into a deadly game of cat and mouse with Gestapo inspector (Golden Globe-nominee Daniel Brühl).
ALL EYEZ ON ME tells the true and untold story of prolific rapper, actor, poet and activist Tupac Shakur. The film follows Shakur from his early days in New York City to his evolution into being one of the world’s most recognized and influential voices before his untimely death at the age of 25. Against all odds, Shakur’s raw talent, powerful lyrics and revolutionary mind-set propelled him into becoming a cultural icon whose legacy continues to grow long after his passing.
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Taylor Engall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 725800 Wards of Stanton Removals . . . . . . . . . . 01359 251198 Castle Mortgages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 254042 All Homes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 234444
business services Rudlings Wakelam Solicitors . . . . . . . . 01284 715665 Gage Computer Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 764574 Simply Secure Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 750019 Saffron Sitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0330 2210583
Orissa Indian Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 719116 Slates Restaurant & Carvery. . . . . . . . . 01284 704231 Thomas Ridley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 270536
& social clubs
Pot Black Sports Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 704231 Bury Golf Range & Golf Store . . . . . . . 01284 723894 Moreton Hall Community Centre . . 01284 763405 Planet Laser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 220102
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Rejuvenate your body & mind yoga pilates tai chi meditation qi gong physiotherapy The self centre is a place of wellbeing, we run over 30 classes a week in yoga, Pilates, tai-chi, meditation and qi-gong. We have 10 therapy rooms with complimentary therapies including massage, reflexology, reiki, homeopathy, counselling, acupuncture, cranial sacral therapy and much more.. We host a variety of workshops throughout the year too. Whether you are looking for something to nourish the heart, body or soul, we have something to offer you. Our friendly staff members are here to point you in the right direction, give advice and show you around. Our teachers and therapists are all fully qualified and insured. Visit our website or facebook page to find out more.
FREE CHILDREN’S YOGA TASTER SESSION - 6th July for ages 5-8 years Classes start in September 2017
THE SELF CENTRE CAFÉ Our café is open all day and serves a wonderful range of homemade cakes, snacks, soups, salads, rolls and wraps. We have a pre-order and takeaway service too.
The Self Centre • Kempson Way• Bury St Edmunds • Suffolk IP32 7AR JULY 2017 t. 01284 769090 e. firstname.lastname@example.org www.the-self-centre.co.uk
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