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MARCH WELCOME TO THE

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Hello and welcome to the March issue of the directory. Big shout out to all the mum’s this Mother’s Day! If you fancy a little treat this Mother’s Day, we’ve got a delicious recipe for coconut and raspberry muffins on page 44, something to try out with the kids or better still, if they’re old enough, get them baking and pop them up to you in bed, with a nice cup of tea!

Last month’s winner was Maureen Burman from Bury, who won a Free MOT kindly donated by Rawlinsons of Bury. Well Done!

Now Spring is here, it’s the perfect time for a bit of a spring clean, see what our newest columnist, Lizi Long has to say about that on page 68. Our fashion outfit on page 65 will provide some inspiration for these lovely sunny days out we’ll be starting to see more of.

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As always, we’ve packed the magazine full of useful information and news, we hope you enjoy, and happy Easter to you all!

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LIVING FENCE The photo shows a living fence made by Fred Brown, Fred decided to do this as he says ‘to keep his hand in’ after retiring. This 200 metre long fence will grow to a height of two metres and makes a lovely home for some of our wildlife, it also helps to cut down the noise of cars and HGV’s and takes away some of the carbon emissions. Fred intends to make one living fence a year, I say well done Fred and thank you for helping to keep our woodlands tidy.

LOCALITY MONEY

Just to update you on what I have spent my locality money on this year, I had an allowance of £2,500 from St Edmundsbury Borough Council and £1,000 from the town council, spent as follows: £2,000 to the sculpture on the roundabout in remembrance of the US servicemen who were stationed on Rougham Airfield during WW2. £500 to our own Choir, this is a community led mixed choir which meets every Monday in Christchurch, the choir is open to all and welcomes new members. My town budget of £600 was spent on a disabled and fire door for the meeting place for the hard of hearing and deaf community in Northgate Street, I think a very worthy group. The last £400 was donated to a new sport called tchukaball to send their team to an away game. A new tranche of locality funding becomes available in April 2016.

Youth Club Update Sadly, our Valentine Disco was not very well attended, however those who attended had a fabulous night, plenty to eat and drink, many thanks to the helpers on the night. Our next event will be a night at the Ten Pin Bowling club, we will be asking mums and dads to drop off and collect their children to and from Bury Bowl, Eastgate Street.

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Community Governance Review for Moreton Hall This is very important, there are several issues affecting Moreton Hall in the current CGR, including whether the new Taylor Wimpey Homes, the new School and the Sports complex should be in Bury St Edmunds Parish or Rushbrooke with Rougham Parish council. Potentially the biggest change, however, could result from a proposal from Suffolk County Cllr Trevor Beckwith to create, a new parish council for Moreton Hall. As opinion was divided in the earlier stages of the review, the Borough Council has decided to test a final recommendation to keep the current arrangements as they are i.e. that Moreton Hall will stay part of Bury St Edmunds, served by the town council. However the Council can change this recommendation if there is clear evidence from the consultation that there is strong support for a new parish for Moreton Hall instead. So it is really important that the people tell the council which of the two options they prefer before the deadline of 27th April.

The two options are: 1. Moreton Hall stays in Bury St Edmunds Parish ( i.e. you support the Boroughs Recommendation) or 2. Set up a new parish for Moreton Hall ( i.e. you disagree with the Recommendation. There is an easy response form on the council website where you can make your choice between the two options go to www.westsuffolk.gov.uk/cgr. Please use response form for Issue 7, if you want to comment on the parish council debate. There is also a response form for the ~2031~ growth site (issue 4) and Suffolk Business Park (issue 6) alternatively, you can write to the council the elections Manager, St. Edmundsbury Borough Council, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3YU Please take time to tell the Council which option you prefer before the April deadline, this is really important to local democracy.

That’s all for now, until next time take care, Frank Warby MARCH 2016 | 09


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Poignant charity calendar supports Hospital’s Macmillan Unit

An inspirational charity calendar starring cancer patients – and the dedicated staff that have treated them – has helped a Bury St Edmunds salon owner raise more than £6,550 for West Suffolk Hospital’s Macmillan Unit.

Stephen John cheque presentation to Macmillan Unit

Steve Trowles, owner of Stephen John, was inspired to support the Macmillan Unit after working closely with patients suffering hair loss. He teamed up with local businesswoman, Michele Bailey, on a charity calendar as well as organising a successful Christmas charity ball. The calendar saw hospital staff and patients join forces by posing alongside iconic images around the town including the Abbey Gardens, the Abbey Gate and even the town’s famed beach setting when it resided in the Arc shopping centre. After presenting the Macmillan Unit with a cheque for £6,550, Steve said: “We brought together some strong, brave and truly inspirational women as well as the caring and dedicated nurses from our local hospital. “It was such a pleasure and an honour to work with some amazing women and we are delighted to have raised so much money for such a worthy cause. I would like to thank everyone who supported us with the calendar and the charity ball.” Unit Tracy Fell, Macmillan Trowles ve Ste and er, sist d war

Over the last few years, the Stephen John salon, on Bury’s Moreton Hall estate, have worked closely with cancer patients suffering hair loss by offering advice and support every step of the way.

Steve added: “Working with the Macmillan Unit to support women going through hair loss – and helping them feel confident and beautiful – is something I find incredibly rewarding and humbling. “Losing your hair can be traumatic and overwhelming, but I hope I can help make it slightly less daunting by offering support and advice and by turning a new hair fitting into a positive experience.” As part of the calendar, which was photographed free of charge by Neil Baxter Photography, all models underwent a makeover, including wearing a new wig donated by the salon. Steve and Michele also organised a ‘winter wonderland’ charity ball at Ashlar House which saw around 250 people attend in support of the hospital. Sue Smith, fundraising manager at West Suffolk Hospital Charity, added: “We would like to thank everyone who came together so brilliantly for the charity ball and calendar in support of the Macmillan Unit at West Suffolk Hospital. “I would especially like to thank Steve Trowles and his team and our wonderful models who are a genuine inspiration.”

If you have any questions about fundraising, any of the events mentioned above or how you can help the hospital, please contact fundraising@wsh.nhs.uk or call 01284 712952 12 | MARCH 2016


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from Moreton Hall Residents Association Hopefully we are coming to the end of winter and we will once again start to notice all the things which can tarnish our vibrant estate, such as litter, pot holes and poor parking, and those things that affect us in our town and county. We should be able to make our feelings known through your residents association, your local and county councillors and of course you’re MP. Waste Hub When the consultation period ends 19/2/16, Suffolk County Council Infrastructure and Waste Department will feed the results to Community Liaison Group (Composition yet to be confirmed) who will propose a site and raise a planning application. The Association will keep an eye on developments. The Association has taken part in the consultation. Parking Poor parking is a big problem on this estate, together with the ill-conceived infrastructure, which produces traffic flow problems as well as short tempers. There are talks going on to move parking problems onto the county council away from the police, however this is some time away. An application by our local council for funds to construct lay-bys in Skyliner Way was rejected by the county council, but I believe other funding sources are being investigated. We are trying to arrange a meeting with the County Councillor responsible. In the meanwhile if you have a parking problem I am told it is still the responsibility of the Police, but they may not respond due to priority constraints.

Fire Service Cuts Morton Hall Residents Association has lodged its opposition to the proposed cuts which in the view of the committee go too far. We await the results of this consultation. Crown Post Office in Bury A move is afoot to close this office in town, move it to a retail site nearby and sell the building. Please sign the petition against this action, find it on change.org/p/davidcameron-mp-post-office-limited-bury-stedmunds-borough-council-save-bury-stedmunds-post-office-from-franchising? Police and Crime Commissioner You may recall that the present incumbent Tim Passmore gave a presentation to our AGM. The post is up for election this year, so this election can affect us here on Moreton Hall Devolution Devolved local power between Suffolk, Norfolk and possibly Cambridgeshire. I attended a presentation on this on 17/2/16 So once again if you want to tell us about a problem, get involved or suggest anything that will make our estate better contact us at secretarymhra@gmail.com Or attend our next committee meeting on 10th March 2016 at the Community Centre at 7.30pm in the conference room Cliff Hind, Chairman Email: cliffhind2001@yahoo.co.uk

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n Valentine’s Day, when people are persuaded by the consumer culture to spend money on demonstrations of love for each other, Woodland Ways members gave up their morning to love a magnificent ash tree. St Edmundsbury Borough Council had identified it as being at risk of falling and it was next to the footpath in Pond Covert. But it was a lovely tree, probably born in the Victorian period as were so many houses in Bury St Edmunds, and it had a high wildlife value. The woodpecker holes in its branches are suitable for bats to live in, and the decay in the trunk could support rare fungi and insects. No-one wants to be squashed by a falling tree, and the normal solution would be to fell the tree at the same time as other tree safety works by the Council in the wood and surrounding area.

Instead of moving the tree, Woodland Ways moved the path. A bramble patch, several logs and other undergrowth were cleared, a ridge of soil was dug out by hand to make a slope gentler, and the new path was surfaced with woodchips. The old section of path was closed, and you can again walk safely in Pond Covert. The path diversion is perhaps slightly less convenient than the old one as it is a less direct route, and the slope at the edge of the wood is slightly greater than some might like, but when the woodchips settle down it will be easier to use pushchairs on it. Woodland Ways apologises to anyone who is slightly inconvenienced by the diversion, including its own members, but thinks it is worth it to keep the superb tree until its natural end.

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 information@woodlandways.org.uk. Follow Woodland Ways on Twitter @NatterersWood 14 | MARCH 2016


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ABBOTS GREEN Community Primary School Another month has flown by at Abbots Green and we cannot believe that we are already halfway through the academic year! This month the children in Years 4 and 5 had a fabulous opportunity when they met children’s author Jo Cotterill. The inspiring visit was organised by Philip Daws, Reading Champion for The Bury School’s Partnership and the children thoroughly enjoyed their time with the popular author. Jo’s latest book ‘Electrigirl’ had only just recently been released and the children avidly listened while Jo read excerpts from her book and talked to the children about life as an author.

The children in our Reception Classes had a visit out of school to a local building site where they learned more about materials as part of our whole school project “Rock, Paper, Scissors.” The building contractors, Brooks and Wood, made the site visit really memorable for the children and even inspired them to construct their own buildings on return to school later that day. The children also enjoyed spotting the first signs of Spring during their walk through the Moreton Hall Estate en route to the site. A selection of Year 4 children took part in the Bury School’s Partnership Tag Rugby competition. The children demonstrated superb team work and applied the skills that they have learnt from Mr Payne, our Year 5 teacher and P.E Leader. The team were fantastic ambassadors for Abbots Green at this event and we are exceptionally proud of them all. And finally this month... our mouths have been watering each week when we discover the tasty treats that have been conjured up in our brand new Food Technology Room by children attending our after school cookery club!

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Patients and visitors to benefit from new hospital car park Patients and visitors at West Suffolk Hospital are set to benefit from 400 additional parking spaces this year as work begins on a new £2m car park project. The extra spaces, which can also be used by staff, will be available from December after contractors have remodeled the current car parks. It is hoped that the project will relieve growing pressure on hospital parking, which has resulted in patients queuing for spaces during busy times. Craig Black, executive director of resources at West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We appreciate that parking at the hospital has been an issue for some time, with patients, visitors and staff having difficulty finding spaces during peak periods. “Although we have introduced a range of initiatives which have helped, we have also seen a rise in people coming onto the site as demand for our services has increased, which is why we are keen to further increase provision. “The scheme has been carefully planned to make the most of the limited space available. It will be fully covered by CCTV and low level lighting, which automatically reduces by 50% after 8pm, while we will also use a noisereducing surface to minimise the impact on our neighbours. “We look forward to the completion of the project later this year and hope that it will be of benefit to everyone using the site.” If you have any questions about fundraising, any of the events mentioned above or how you can help the hospital, please contact fundraising@wsh.nhs.uk or call 01284 712952 18 | MARCH 2015

At our February meeting we welcomed some new ladies. Our speaker was Jason Salisbury who talked about “Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses”. Jason is a first generation dairy farmer. He told us his extraordinary story of how his career journey evolved. His account showed how adventurous he has been from working in different parts of the country just milking cows, being an artificial inseminator and managing a Cambridge University Farm dairy unit. It did help that his wife is a vet but it is obvious that his success has been due to hard work and a vision. He told us his story in a very humorous way. In 2004 the couple began venturing out on their own and installed a milking parlour and purpose-built dairy. Even braver was to buy a farm in 2007 which was in a dilapidated condition. A new dairy unit was planned and a milking parlour and purpose-built cheese dairy created. Whitegate Farm, Creeting St Mary was officially opened in 2009. Fast track to the present time, the business has gone from strength to strength. They have a herd of 40 milking Guernsey cows and their care is kept to a very high standard. Luxurious creamy milk is produced which lends itself to produce good quality cheese. He did explain the trials and tribulations of getting to the standard they have achieved. Three cheeses are produced, Gold, Blue and Brie with the “Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses” label. The produce is available in various local, regional and national outlets including Farmers Markets, Farm Shops and Specialist Delicatessens. They also have a farm shop and have diversified into other products as can be seen from their website. As part of the talk we were able to sample the Suffolk Gold cheese which is a lovely golden colour with a creamy taste. It was a very enjoyable talk. One of our ladies showed a sample of a Twiddle Muff and some Twiddle Mats that some of our members might like to make for dementia patients at West Suffolk Hospital.

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LET’S DO A HOUSE EXCHANGE? Our Thurston client wants to live in Bury St Edmunds and is looking for a smaller property. 3 bedroom properties on the Horringer court estate are a popular choice but do speak to us about any property you may have in Bury St Edmunds. The value of your property will be up to £300,000. Call us to talk further about this!

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Treatments to beat pain for there is too much to do and with no end in sight leads to NEGATIVE STRESS. That stress, in turn, can take a toll on health as highlighted above and the ability to focus on work tasks. It can also alter how we feel about our employer; undermine accuracy and creative thinking, foster depression, resentment and feelings of paranoia about job security. The bottom line: sustained busyness is taking a toll on our health, the quality of our work along with our personal relationships.

It’s officially Spring – my favourite time of year. Seeing the daffodils, snowdrops and bluebells spring into life and the days getting longer certainly lifts my mood and helps me to de-clutter my mind. This month’s article is all about helping to lift our mood, help us feel in control of our lives and allow us to appreciate time a little more. Scientifically there are many studies that link illness and disease with STRESS. Life is all about balance, time to work, rest and play – be active in the mind and also with the body. Not so easy you say as ‘I don’t have the time’………. Looking back at the advent of the Industrial Revolution, time could suddenly be measured in output as well as minutes and hours and new advances in machinery and technology made most work easier. However over the last decade, we’ve seen the introduction of smartphones and tablets, in particular, which have rendered the term “off the clock” nearly obsolete. We all seem to be so “busy” and it’s not a surprise that at some point, most of us reach a point when we are too busy to add even one more task to our overbooked schedules. What used to be free time has been hijacked by work, classes, social events and errands. We seem to be tethered to devices that offer an unprecedented amount of information and accessibility. How many people in café’s and restaurants are texting or looking at their smartphones rather than talking to each other? This constant connectivity, combined with the feeling that

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By taking a few simple steps and supporting your body with the correct nutrition you can slow down, flow in-between activities, bring mindfulness to your day and reclaim your life, even if it’s for just seconds or minutes at a time. Just “go with the FLOW”. The full article will be found on my website www.delglynclinic.co.uk later this month where I describe some simple techniques & exercises (that can be done almost anywhere) and recipes. The Mighty Mindfulness The “buzzword” of the moment and an incredibly effective tool, mindfulness is a way of being aware of what’s going on at a particular moment without assigning any judgment to what you’re feeling. By taking just a few moments throughout the workday to take a breath and regroup, can break the sometimes, crazy momentum of what’s happening around us. It will not eliminate life’s pressures, but it can help us respond to them in a calmer positive manner that benefits our heart, head, and body. It helps us recognise and step away from habitual, often unconscious emotional and physiological reactions to everyday events. It provides us with a scientifically researched approach to cultivating clarity, insight, and understanding. Over time, mindfulness brings about long-term changes in mood, levels of happiness and wellbeing. Scientific studies have shown that mindfulness not only prevents depression, but that it also positively affects the brain patterns underlying day-to-day anxiety, stress, depression and irritability so that when they arise, they dissolve away again more easily. I like to say: “go with the flow!” and here are a few simple steps for you to find your “flow”:


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Physical & Nutritional Therapy adults, children & athletes Some simple steps to “go with the FLOW”: •

FEELING of being overwhelmed or panicky is the signal to step away from what you are doing, take a few deep breaths and give yourself 10 to 15 minutes to go outside, leaf through a magazine or just stare into space

LEARN to breathe, deep abdominal breathing reoxygenates the body, which slows the heartbeat and stabilizes blood pressure

OBSERVE the silence - don’t be a slave to Facebook, emails, text messages and the phone. Set aside a regular time-slot each day when you want to deal with them, and stick to it

WATCH what you eat and when you eat. Eat complex carbohydrates (starches), such as whole-grain products, vegetables (sweet potatoes are a great choice) and beans. Complex carbs contain fibre, which helps slow blood sugar level changes and reduce negative effects on mood

In addition, you can use some of these great foods to boost your mood, help anxiety and stress, which can be the major cause of serious pain and illnesses. Your brain needs fats to function so we need to feed it the right type of fats, you don’t want to shortchange it so go for good fat sources such as avocados, a wide range of seeds and virgin olive oil. Sweet potatoes – an excellent complex carbohydrate with a high level of tryptophan, an essential amino acid, that converts into serotonin – the feel good hormone of the brain. They are also high in beta-carotene, which boosts immunity when stress is high and fibre, which helps stabilize surges in blood sugar caused by acute stress.

Asparagus - contains high levels of vitamin B6 and folic acid, both of which help boost levels of dopamine, a substance that acts as a natural relaxant on the brain. Both these vitamins are crucial in healthy immune and nervous system functioning. Nuts – particularly walnuts and almonds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids that naturally decrease the stress hormones cortisol, which is secreted in our bodies when we are under stress, and adrenaline, which stimulates heart rate, and dilates blood vessels and air passages. Nuts are also high in vitamin B, which supplies the body with serotonin producing carbohydrates. They are also an excellent source of protein, which stabilizes blood sugar. Yoghurt is high in calcium and magnesium, minerals that help relax muscles and lower blood pressure, look for “live yoghurt” that are rich in good bacteria (acidophilus), to help stabilize and soother nervous digestive systems resulting from stress. Low sugar breakfast cereals are packed with fibre, B-vitamins and magnesium, all of which lower blood pressure, nourish nerves, brain and adrenal glands and stabilize mood by providing a surge of serotonin. If you’d like to get in touch or learn more about anything outlined in this article, please feel free to contact me at my website www.delglynclinic.co.uk or my email address nicoladelglyn@gmail.com

See you all next month!

Black beans - full of magnesium and other minerals that promote muscle relaxation and lower blood pressure. Having low magnesium levels may result in headaches and cramps and can aggravate an already anxious state. They are also rick in fibre and protein, which stabilize blood sugar.

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Welcome to the 19th hole, a place for golf tips, reviews and everything golf related.

Welcome back to the 19th hole, February saw us golfers have some colder temperatures to have to play in but also some lovely blue clear sky days also. This gave me the feeling that maybe just maybe the spring might be starting to appear. So this month we have the clock change to look forward to and that will lead us perfectly into what i class as the start of the season, The Masters in early April. So if you haven’t been playing or practicing much over the last few months now is the time to dust the clubs down and get in some hard work before the season kicks off. PGA Tour and European Tour Events for March PGA Tour MAR 3 - 6 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship MAR 10 - 13 Valspar Championship MAR 17 - 20 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard MAR 23 - 27 World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play MAR 24 - 27 Puerto Rico Open MAR 31 - APR 3 Shell Houston Open European Tour MAR 10 MAR 13 True Thailand Classic MAR 17 MAR 20 Hero Indian Open Coaches Corner - STRIKE STRIKE STRIKE Strike is the most important thing about any golf shot you hit, without good contact between the face of any club and the golf ball it will be very hard for you to be able to control the result of that shot. In this item i am going to highlight one area that i see a lot when coaching clients in the short game area of golf. This month we will be looking at topped or thinned chip shot, this shot will often happen just at the wrong time in your round of golf and will strike fear into other shot of this length or type for the rest of the round.

So the most common problem i see from clients hitting this type of shot is the arms moving in towards the body through the impact area and the right hand (for a right handed golfer) taking control of shot, this action then pushes the club head towards the target and this leads to striking the ball on or above the equator of the ball seeing it run across the green. The drill below will allow you to practice better technique and achieve a more control and consistent strike on these short game shorts. Building confidence in the area of your game is essential to playing good golf. Tie Drill - This is a low cost drill that will allow you to say goodbye to those confidence killing thin chip shots for good. As you can see from the images, you will need to set up to the chip shot as you normally would do. Then with the tie made longer you hold the tie under the left hand on the grip of the golf club. The tie needs to be pulled torte at the address position, from here you will need to complete the back swing and follow through with the tie keeping the tension. If you can complete this then your arms wont have pulled in towards your body allowing your hands to become active through impact. Over time and with practice this movement will become more natural and you will learn to trust this even under the greatest pressure. I hope this section will help to improve your game, but if you are still struggling with this or any area of your golf game why not contact me for further assistants. Quote MHD for £5 off your first golf lesson with myself.

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The easy way to apply false eyelashes Step 1: Apply mascara

Curl natural lashes and comb on a coat of mascara, creating a shelf to support the weight of your falsie.

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Cut the lash band right down the centre to create a large individual lash. It’s easier to place than a full lash strip, which can become wonky and asymmetrical.

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Trace each lash band, one by one, with a laser-thin line of the supplied glue and wait a few moments for it to dry for a few seconds making it more tacky.

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LYMPHOEDEMA AWARENESS DAY – 11TH MARCH – MORETON HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE

The Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) will also be joining the LSS Lymphoedema Awareness Day on the 11th March at Moreton Hall Community Centre, 1.30pm – 4.30pm. LSN joins Macmillan, Talk Lipoedema, The Chronic Pain Support Group and BSN at the event. Do come and join us on the 11th March to learn more about Lymphoedema and Lipoedema – whilst enjoying tea and lovely cake at this free event. Dress code – Carnival if you can, can can! So what is Lipoedema? The Suffolk GP Federation Lymphoedema Service also treats patients with Lipoedema. It’s a chronic and progressive disorder that can occur at any age and affects the adipose tissue, over 300 million women worldwide have this painful condition. Because of increased fat under the skin, legs can appear pale and feel cold when compared with the rest of the body. Skin feels fatty or doughy and is often tender and bruises easily. Feet and hands are not affected, although the arms

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can be occasionally. Lipoedema can be very painful – women with the condition often complain of aching in the affected limbs and pain in the knees. Some features of Lipoedema are: • Weight is gained disproportionately on hips and thighs and below knee, this usually affects both sides and is symmetrical. • Legs are sensitive to touch with deep throbbing pain in legs and pain in knee joints • Legs feel heavy and swell throughout the day (especially after long periods of standing or sitting) but resolve overnight. • Fat on legs looks dimpled like “orange peel“ and legs may feel cold to the touch. Lipoedema fat does not respond to dieting If you think you may be suffering from Lipoedema then visit your GP to ask for a referral to the Suffolk GP Federation Lymphoedema Service. Further information can be found at: www.lipoedema.co.uk and www. talklipoedema.org Further details about LSS and the Lymphoedema Service: Suffolk GP Federation CIC: 0845 2413313 (choose option 3) www.suffolkfed.org.uk click on Clinical Service tab British Lymphology Society website www.thebls.com


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Bury St Edmunds Golf Club understand that many people aspire to start (or restart) golf, but the process can seem daunting and expensive. They’ve created a programme designed around the stage you’re at, with easy progression, and in small groups to keep the costs low. After a free 15 minute assessment you will be invited to join one of the following programmes:

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Run for Patients by Patients The Chronic Pain Support Group established 2009 in Bury St Edmunds, at that time the first self-help group in Suffolk. With continued support and the dedication of its members the group still continues to flourish. The Chronic Pain Support Group is made up of a variety of people who are experiencing pain for a number of reasons. We are a friendly, welcoming group and have a very relaxed attitude – it is all about feeling comfortable with others, being supportive and sharing time together. Many have said how our group has helped them to feel less isolated and more able to cope with their condition. We understand the difficulties of living in pain and the lack of support once formal treatment has finished. People gain a considerable amount from being able to meet others in similar circumstances. We are run by patients for patients and understand just how you feel. Members are supportive of each other and share experiences. If members cannot make a meeting we are happy to keep them informed via our quarterly newsletter. The group meets in a ‘safe’ environment on a monthly basis at the Southgate Community Centre in Bury St Edmunds on a Thursday from 2-4pm. Meetings include speakers, presentations and refreshments. Since we started we have welcomed a number of very interesting

professional speakers from a wide range of pain related disciplines. We are a self-financing community group and rely heavily on our own fundraising and community support. Carers and partners are welcome to come along to. Apart from our meetings we offer monthly coffee mornings and crafting group, website and on-line community. For more information please call 07724 187774 or visit our website www.chronicpainsupportgroup. co.uk

VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED Chronic Pain Support Group is now looking for volunteers to become actively involved in the support group. The roles we are looking to fill are Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer. CPSG is an informative and social group that provides ongoing help and support in a friendly atmosphere within a ‘safe’ environment. If you have any time to spare and are interested in any of these roles please reply in writing to info@ chronicpainsupportgroup.co.uk Experience welcome although not necessary.

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By Cat Dube Following the adverts that we have recently run for The Bear, Beyton, we thought we would get ourselves along to sample the food and see what we have been missing. So, on Friday night our editor, Gemma, myself and our friend Kim went along for a girlie meal. On arrival we were welcomed by Jackie who served us our drinks and we settled ourselves down by the warm open fire for a predinner glass of Prosecco. After a long week it was just what was needed and Prosecco is available by the glass and bottle! Jackie then showed us to our table in a separate area to the bar. For starters Gemma and I ordered baked Camembert to share and Kim ordered the mussels. The Camembert was baked to perfection – it was evenly creamy and runny and was served with toasted bread and delicious homemade chutneys. The mussels were also cooked extremely well. The sauce that the mussels were cooked in was

Beyton’s hidden treasure... creamy with added freshness from the addition of chives and pea shoots. ‘The best mussels I have ever eaten’ according to Kim. Next came the mains… I chose the ribeye steak, Gemma the fish and chips and Kim the duck. Again, all elements that made up the meals were cooked to perfection. The duck was tender and not over cooked, the chips were crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the onion rings were coated in the same light and crispy batter as the fish and the homemade tartar sauce was excellent. Everything was presented beautifully ensuring all of the senses were catered for. The portions were all generous without being too over bearing. To finish, we felt we had a corner somewhere to squeeze in some dessert – I chose the salted caramel cheesecake, Gemma had the chocolate fondant and Kim the crème brulee. I think the best way to describe the desserts is simply ‘perfect’ – once you have been along to try, I think you will

know what I mean and agree wholeheartedly! One of the best things about the menu is that many of the dishes are offered as a main meal as well as a starter/lighter meal size option and all the desserts can be ordered as a taster size so all appetites can be catered for. All credit to the chef, Rob, for cooking such amazing dishes. You can tell that real care and attention is put in to each and every meal and only the very best quality ingredients are sourced to ensure you get a fantastic food experience. The décor of the pub is clean, warm and welcoming and with such amazing food on offer, you will go away happy and contented. I am so pleased to have been introduced to this hidden gem and will be returning very soon. Go to page 46 and complete our crossword to be in with the chance to win 2 main meals and a bottle of house wine.

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How did Anglia Coffee Solutions Ltd begin... Anglia Coffee Solutions was formed in 2013 by Managing Director, Trevor Collins who has almost 25 years experience in the vending and coffee industry. Most of their employees have been in the industry before, working for local providers.

Why?

Background

East Anglia is still an area where people prefer a local service rather than dealing with big national companies. They have noticed a big turnaround in the last couple of years where companies who previously used national companies are now choosing to support local businesses again and are an ideal company to provide this service.

Managing Director, Trevor Collins was born in Bury St Edmunds and has lived here all of his life and currently lives on the Moreton Hall Estate.

Their motto is ‘Committed to customer care’ and all of their staff work extremely hard to deliver this level of service by providing a friendly approach which is fast and reliable. They also listen to the customer’s needs and strive to deliver these for them. Before being awarded the contract at Dalehead Foods, they were informed that a number of their staff were Portuguese and liked Bica Coffee (a Portuguese coffee which is very strong and sweet) and therefore made sure that the new machines delivered this selection for them and this has been one of the most popular selections consumed by the staff.

Supporting local people Anglia Coffee Solutions are the proud sponsors of Jetts Netball Club in Bury St Edmunds.

A range of products They offer a wide range of products which cater for anybody’s needs. This can range from traditional espresso machines for cafe’s and restaurants, small filter coffee and water machines for offices, to floor standing coffee, snack, can and food merchandisers for large companies. For a number of customers they provide a fully managed service where their fully trained Operators fill and clean the machines on site so the customer does not have to concern themselves with the day to day hassle of vending for their staff.

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Dolchenza Coffee They have their very own brand of beans and filter coffee called Dolchenza which is described as follows: The Dolchenza coffee range has especially formulated blends that boast a deep, chocolaty, intense flavour with excellent body. Offering both earthy and spicy cocoa notes with a rosewater finish, the Dolchenza Coffee range perfectly cuts through milk and creates an exceptional cup of coffee. The Dolchenza Coffee range, includes traditional filter coffee, a light roast filter coffee, a decaffeinated variety and a fair trade option, is produced using the finest beans especially sourced from around the world and are then processed locally in East Anglia.

Social media They are very active on social media via Twitter (@angliacoffee) & (@dolchenza), on Facebook (angliacoffeesolutions) and Instagram (@angliacoffee). Their website address is www.angliacoffeesolutions.co.uk

Local customers These include: Roff Caterers, Peyton Plaice, Robinson Young, Moreton Hall Community Centre, Baker Tilly, Zen Noodle Bar, Petrus Wine Bar, First Stop Travel, Gavin Ashley, Hayley Group, Henry Watson Potteries, CNet Training, Culford Sport Centre, Abbey Labels, Stennetts Transport,AJN Steelstock, Limagrain and Bowers Motorcycles. They also provide many customers further afield such as Winners Bingo in Thetford, Number Ten Restaurant & Cock Horse Inn, Cafe Nini-all Lavenham, Colchester Utd Football Club, Flakt Woods-Colchester, A&B Glass & Mel Aviation, both in Sudbury and Virgin Money in Norwich

“Personal service in abundance” Dalehead Foods have recently benefited from the installation of a number of our machines at their Bury St Edmunds and Linton (Cambridgeshire) sites. Zaggy Zachariou, General Manager at Dalehead said “Anglia Coffee Solutions have been great to work with. They are small enough to give you the personal touch and large enough to meet all your needs. The installation went without a hitch and their personal service was in abundance, training all our staff and ensuring their needs were met over the first few days. Great service, from a trust worthy company”.

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Litigated matters can take months and often years to reach the Court room. Mediation can resolve matters sometimes within a day and although the mediator’s fee is generally borne between the parties, it still represents a far more economic process than the incurred costs of hours of lawyers’ preparation leading up to a final hearing.

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Whilst there is no guarantee that mediation will be success in all cases, it is certainly a tool worth considering by persons party to a dispute. The fact that matters can be resolved in a more timely and cost efficient fashion is surely an attractive proposition to anybody who has had to resort to or consider the onset of litigation.

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Mediation also provides a certain degree of control for the parties over any outcome reached. In the Court room, the outcome of any dispute is ultimately decided by a Judge. Mediation can often assist in rebuilding relationships between the parties if they have broken down due to the dispute in question. The fact that both parties have voluntarily come to the mediation table indicates a certain amount of willingness to resolve matters, and in the majority of cases any settlement reached involves a certain degree of compromise on the part of the protagonists.

here has been a long held popular perception that litigation through lawyers can be a drawn out and costly process which can be stressful for all parties. Of course in some instances this has been true although the trend now is to try and streamline the litigation process both in the context of time and costs.

Mediation is becoming increasingly popular as a method of resolving disputes. This process involves a trained mediator, usually a lawyer, facilitating and negotiating between the parties with a view to reaching a settlement palatable to all, or at the very least narrowing the issues in dispute. There are many advantages to mediating a dispute. It is a flexible process that can be tailored to the nature of the dispute and to the parties. It can be allocated an hour, a day or longer if need be. The parties can sit together or in separate rooms. They may choose to be represented or unrepresented, although in most matters involving some degree of legal argument and principle, parties are represented by their solicitor or barrister.

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t started as a mild ear ache but within a few hours I was curled up on my bed clutching my ear to a hot water bottle, crying like a girl. Yes, I can confirm that a perforated ear drum is unquestionably more painful and traumatic than child birth…probably. The thing is about your 6 primary senses; you just take them for granted. There is no thought required to use them, they just do what they do and everything is great. Until something goes wrong – then your body certainly lets you know about it. I’ve suffered a few painful injuries in my time (I won’t bore you with the gruesome details here… maybe another month) but on the whole, with enough drugs, I have always been able to find some level of comfort. A position in which I was at least able to get a little relief from the pain and distress.

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This was not the case with a damaged ear drum. However, it was not all bad, as the really intense pain eased considerably once the drum its self burst. The doctor confirmed the diagnosis. The crippling ear ache was the build up of internal pressure, prior to the burst, which saw the pressure released (and an alarming red discharge from the ear…eeek!). Two weeks on, aside from the 24/7 under water tinnitus, I remain basically deaf in one ear. Like most of us nowadays, I decided to visit the internet, rather than the actual doctors for a check up. Dr Google told me this may last several weeks or even months – oh dear. Reading on, it also told me of cases where hearing loss is permanent – pardon!? Of course then I went on to read cases of where an infection spread from the ear

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Limes Equestrian also offers private lessons on your own horse. You can improve your dressage scores or jumping performance with one to one tuition. Ian and Claire invited me along to observe some of their half term Pony Club Day. I went with my 3 boys. The older 2 (6 & 8) were able to have a riding lesson while they were there. They have not ridden before so weren’t too sure what to expect. On arrival, they met some of the horses and Ian and Claire were very good at explaining to them about Health & Safety around the stables. Both the boys really enjoyed joining in some of the Pony Club games and having a lesson. The ponies that they rode were brilliant and even my 4 year old enjoyed sitting on and having a ride about. Thank you Claire and Ian for an enjoyable afternoon.


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Limes Equestrian… Jacob says… Before I got on for the first time I was kind of nervous to ride a horse. Claire and Ian were very reassuring and helped me find a hat that fit me. Once I got on, I was very glad that I had come to ride here. I enjoyed my lesson and I learnt how to hold the reins correctly, how to steer the horse, trot and get on and off safely. I really liked coming to Limes Equestrian and would like to come back and have more lessons another day.

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The Bury Folk Festival will be held again this year in July, in the stunning surroundings of Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds. The organisers have promised bigger and better for this year’s event…more performers, larger stages, longer opening and a diverse array of other attractions suitable for all ages. Some of these attractions include an acoustic tent for musicians who would like to bring their own instruments to play informally, along with a variety of children’s activities. Liquid refreshment (including excellent real ale) will be supplied by the team from Oakes Barn and there will be several local food outlets. There will also be opportunity to buy gifts, souvenirs, CDs and merchandise from a collection of artisan stalls. As well as a host of top quality local and regional performers, many of the scheduled artists this year have reputations nationally. Some of these include… The Malingerers, Hannah Sanders, Sound Tradition, Two Coats Colder, Bof! and The Bounty Hounds. Steve Martin, who is spearheading this year’s Festival campaign said, “We are providing a music extravaganza this year with some truly talented performers”. He also added, “As a region, we are also extremely fortunate to have such a thriving music scene….the quality is such that we could have easily put on many more fine acts. We will certainly do this in future as the Festival continues to grow” One natural event that the organisers, with the best will in the world, cannot control, is the dreaded British weather…guaranteed to literally put a dampener on the best laid plans… However, whilst last year was blessed with wall to wall sunshine and (fingers crossed) nature 60 | MARCH 2016

will smile on us again… the organisers are determined that this year’s spectacle is not spoiled by precipitation. So as to avoid a wash out, special undercover arrangements are to be put in place so that in the event of any downpour, the festival-goers remain dry. Richard Byers, event manager said, “We want everyone who comes to Bury Folk Festival to have the best experience possible…if that means providing shelter from the elements, we will oblige. But don’t forget your wellies, after all… no self-respecting music festival should be wellington bootfree!” He said wryly… “It’s all part of the fun “ Regular festival goers will know how much fun and enjoyment can be had experiencing live music in a beautiful setting. As festival trends go, there seems to be a move away from the Mega/Uber Festival in favour of a friendlier, provincial style of event. Massive crowds and ticket costs have had a lot to do with this. Where this event is concerned, one could describe the Bury Folk Festival as “bijou” – it certainly won’t have the annoyingly over-crowded scenario of either Cambridge or Latitude, but you’ll still have fun, love the music and it is right on our doorstep. As a summer’s day out, it is definitely not to be missed…..so save the date!! The Bury Folk Festival, The Walled Garden, Nowton Park. Saturday 2nd July. 10.00 hrs until 21.30 hrs. FREE PARKING Full details including ticket prices on the website; buryfolkfestival.co.uk Email; contact@buryfolkfestival.co.uk Tickets are now on sale via the website.


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PAULS PLANT OF THE MONTH

Forsythia What to do in your garden in March

Forsythia has to be one of the easiest plants to grow simply plant and you need do little more. Very popular and many gardens will have one. Provides a dazzling splash of colour to brighten up the end of Winter and herald the beginnings of Spring. On the down side the flowering season is short from late Feb to early March.

Best planted in full sun though they will pretty much survive in any part of the garden. They will grow to around 10 feet tall by 6 feet wide so should you wish to restrict it then prune after flowering.

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March heralds the beginning of Spring and a new gardening year. With the longer days and warmer soils attention turns to planting vegetables. Growing vegetables is something I always remember doing with both my father and grandfather. Whether I was a help or a hindrance I am not sure but great memories to have. Growing your own food can be good fun for children and be both inspiring and educational. Remember the clocks go forward by one hour on Sunday 27 March as British Summer Time begins.


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just above the point where the shoot emerges from the tuber. • March is a good time to prune Remove the lower leaves from your buddleia. To avoid the your cutting and pinch out the plants becoming taller and growing tip. Plant the cuttings woody in appearance an in a small pot of potting annual prune is necessary. If compost keeping them warm you look closely you will see indoors in a light spot. In a few buds emerging low down on weeks they will root and by the stems. It will look severe the end of May should be able but cut them back hard and to plant your new dahlias in healthy re growth will begin the garden • Sow sweet peas either in pots • Tidy up Cordylines by pulling or directly outside away faded lower leaves • You can increase your • Dogwoods are colourful over collection of dahlias by taking winter but in March it is best to cuttings. Dormant tubers need cut these down to the ground to be brought into growth by to promote new growth placing them in pots or trays • If like me you bought pots of of compost. Water well and daffodils for show inside the keep them warm in a light home don’t just throw them spot. When the shoots emerge away after flowering. Instead and are around 3-4 inches plant them in your garden and long use a sharp knife to cut

This months poem... “March bustles in on windy feet And sweeps my doorstep and my street. She washes and cleans with pounding rains, Scrubbing the earth of winter stains. She shakes the grime from carpet green Till naught but fresh new blades are seen. Then, house in order, all neat as a pin, She ushers gentle springtime in.” - Susan Reiner, Spring Cleaning

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Fruit Garden • Final chance this month to prune your apple and pear trees before they start to bloom. Aim to remove any dead branches congested or crossing stems

Vegetable Garden • Plant early varieties of potatoes in late March. You will need to chit your potatoes by standing them upright in a warm and light spot. Egg boxes are ideal. Once growth known as eyes begins they are ready to be planted • Plant onion sets 4” to 6” apart and 12” between rows. • Plant broad beans, parsnips and carrots

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HaLO everybody!

Hope you are all well and looking forward to Easter! Don’t eat too much chocolate!

molly xx

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I am a member of Jetts Netball Club and I had the opportunity to go to Birmingham and watch 8 awesome netball teams play in one day. The plan for the day was to watch four matches, each consisting of 4 quarters that lasted fifteen minutes. It was an excellent day and I really enjoyed myself. In the third match I

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missed one of the quarters to go and meet some of the players and I got one of the best players ever! She plays for England and gets 91% of her goals in, her name is Helen Housby and I got a selfie with her as well as her autograph. She played for the Manchester Thunder Team. The teams that played were: Hertfordshire Mavericks vs Celtic Dragons, Yorkshire Jets vs Loughborough Lightening, Manchester Thunder vs Team Northumbria and Surrey Storm vs Team bath. The team I was supporting was Hertfordshire Mavericks and they won their game easily! Big thank you to Tracy Butcher for taking me and my mum, we had an excellent time!

LENT

During Lent you can choose to give up something you really enjoy/doing/eating, for 40 days. For lent I have given up sweets, chocolate and crisps. This year it started on Wednesday 10th February and ends on Thursday 24th March. I have completed it so far but will be glad when it ends! It has been tricky because my brother went into Aunty Pams Sweet Shop and I had to go with him. I really wanted to get some sweets but I didn’t, so I manged that, but it is difficult. If you guys have given up anything then hats off to you but if you tried but didn’t quite make it then still well done to you, there is always next year!

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has e-mailed me to help me out with the history team or the challenges I have set. I’m always really touched to hear that my articles have been read! If you have anything you would like me to write about then e-mail me at mollyh2004@ outlook.com . Once again thank you all so much!


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Anglia Indoor Kart Racing has been established for more than 25 years. During that time we have earned a reputation for providing the finest high-speed entertainment in the area. With our indoor racing karts and exhilarating multi-level circuit, we bring the thrills of motorsport to all adrenaline-seekers of all ages. Anglia Indoor Karting in Ipswich, can cater for all the family. We have a Kubz track for children aged 5–7, whilst older children and family members can experience the thrill of driving together on our main circuit which caters for aged 8 and upwards (minimum height of 1.27m). Arrive and Drive sessions are available 7 days a week outside of corporate booking and can be booked 48 hours in advance.

of our experienced staff. Birthdays can also be celebrated here, with packages offered on both the Kubz and main circuit. We are also a popular venue for school activity sessions and each year host training sessions and a qualifying round for the British Schools Karting Championship, last year a local school reached the national finals on this event. For Adults there are a variety of race format events that can be booked for corporate entertainment or simply for a family celebration or stag & hen do! Give us a call on 01474 240087 or have a look at our website www. angliakarting.com to start the adventure!

We offer a ‘Happy hour’ for the under 16’s which runs from 4pm, Mon to Fri, in term time, or from 10am in the school holidays. Every Sunday under 16’s can take part in the Youth club from 9.30–11.30am, where they will receive driving tuition from one of our experienced Race Directors. There is also the opportunity for Youth club members to compete in a 6 round championship which runs from April each year. Each holiday period we run Activity Days for the under 16’s which again helps young drivers to develop their racing skills under the guidance MARCH 2016 | 67


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Happy Spring Time Happy Spring Clean Spring is in the air. The snowdrops have sprung up from the depths, adorning our woodlands with their delicate white flowers, and the punchy yellows and oranges of the Spring daffs aren’t far behind. Local fields have Spring piglets snuffling about with their mums and little lambs fumbling about on their wonky legs. There is no doubt in my mind nor my sons mind, that Spring has indeed either arrived or is waiting eagerly in the wings for its imminent entrance. For the first time this year I have also hung my washing out on the line with complete drying success! Too long have I bundled my family’s washing in the tumble dryer resulting in slightly too short joggers now skimming the ankles of my 4 year old and school polo shirts resembling more of the current crop top fashion. Needless to say, I was thrilled to go out to my washing line and collect my first surprisingly dry, not damp, load of the season. You see, Spring time inspires me, it motivates me; house, home, family, mind and body. It’s a time to get ready and to clear out the junk I’ve stored up or left over from Winter. When the signs of Spring are evident, including my first load of dry washing off the line, I know it’s time to don the marigolds and go to work. March for me is Spring cleaning month. Spring cleaning in my world is a holistic activity and one I want to encourage you to engage with too. Finding time at the beginning of Spring to turf out the old, dust away the cobwebs and make space for the new, really is a worthwhile 68 | MARCH 2016

endeavour. I promise it won’t be as traumatic as it might sound! Here is my 5 point guide to a holistic ‘house, home, family, mind and body’ Spring clean 1. House - This is where the marigolds come in (I bought a new pair this week). On my calendar I like to set aside one or two ‘cleaning days’ where I crank up the music, play air guitar with the broom and bravely tackle the eight legged creature in the corner of my lounge with my trusty light sabre, otherwise known to most as a vacuum cleaner pipe! Step one and quite possibly THE most important element of any successful Spring clean. With a clean and freshly ordered house I always feel like I can take on the world! 2. Home - We all aim to make our house a home, a place of refuge, comfort and enjoyment after a tough day in the office. Part of my Spring clean always involves shuffling around the furniture, perhaps renovating an old bookshelf or treating myself to a new duvet set


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or towels for the bathroom. Whatever makes your house a home, take some time during your Spring clean to refresh it. 3. Family - Spring cleaning for me is about shaking things up. Over Winter we traditionally ‘set in’ and in our family this year we have snuggled by the fire, drank copious cups of hot chocolate and played endless rounds of our new favourite game, Dobble. But Spring is here and it’s time to ‘carpe diem’. Join us. We’ll be hopping on our bikes, stomping round the woods and snapping some pics with cute baby lambs at any and every opportunity we get. 4. Mind - In just the same way as our rooms gather cobwebs, our minds do too and we don’t often realise the mindsets we fall into. “I can’t do that” “I’m not good enough” “I look terrible” “There’s no point, it’ll never change.” I believe it’s really important to Spring clean our minds; take time to take the negative thoughts captive, chuck them out of the doorway of our

minds and take a moment to readjust our thoughts to a more positive perspective. By taking time to do this regularly I know I am a better mum, wife and friend to those around me. Try it. Have some ‘me’ time to declutter your thinking. 5. Body - The sun has got his hat on (almost) and they always say “there’s no better time to get moving”. In our house we’ve set ourselves some Spring time challenges, my husband is doing a ‘TOUGHEST’ challenge (I think he’s gone completely mad!) and I’ve given myself the goal of being able to run 10k by May. Maybe I’m mad too? I challenge you to join me in Spring cleaning your life holistically; house, home, family, mind and body. Together we can feel more able, prepared and filled with anticipation for the joys of Spring time. It’s a great time of year, Happy Spring Time, Happy Spring Clean!

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Furnishing your home with the personal touch… I have been looking to update some of the bedrooms in my house. My 3 boys have asked to have their bedrooms updated for their birthdays this year. Having looked through all the usual high street offerings, I came away feeling slightly ‘flat’ and uninspired. What I wanted didn’t really seem to be available. I was after something tasteful that could see them through into their teens and would complement all their little fads and phases along the way, avoiding black and green ‘Minecraft’ curtains or ‘Monster Jam’ bedding! A friend recommended I speak to Vanessa at Lescale Furnishings as she had gone to her, initially, to get her nursery bedding and ended up using her to update the curtains in her living room and dining room which I had always admired. I contacted Vanessa and she came out to my home to talk me through what I was looking for and showed me some of the sample books that she had. There were lots of fabrics and ideas that I liked and it didn’t faze Vanessa at all that I wanted to add bits here and there to come up with a bespoke design. I have now decided on Roman Blinds, bedspreads, cushions and even bedside table lamps all of which coordinate each other without being too ‘matchy’! The service you get is personal – she will even use up the scraps of material to make outfits for favourite teddies or scatter cushions for beds! It is these extra touches that really set her apart from most! With so many different products, which are all hand made by her, you can coordinate an entire room! Working out of her studio, next to her home in Thurston, she is local and on hand if you need to make any adjustments. As everything is handmade to your exact specification, you will not be able to take your items away the next day, but you will get beautiful, hand-made, quality furnishings that will last and are certainly worth waiting for!

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Bury ConcertSeries

Riyad Nicolas Piano

7.30pm Monday 21st March 2016 Unitarian Meeting House, Churchgate Street IP33 1RH “this paragon of pianistic prestidigitation ... setting a new gold standard” Riyad Nicolas is one of the most exciting young artists to emerge from the Middle East

Beethoven - Sonata Op. 110 Ravel - Gaspard de la nuit Scarlatti- Sonatas K. 466 & K. 455 Chopin - Polonaise Fantasie Op 61 Scriabin - Sonata No. 5 Sponsored by the Countess of Munster Recital Scheme

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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 Police Investigation Centres. 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 looking to recruit two people to each of those visiting panels. 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. For more information about the role or for a hard copy of the application pack please contact the Police and Crime Commissioner: Telephone: 01473 782773 Email: spcc@suffolk.pnn.police.uk or write to: The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Police Headquarters, Portal Avenue, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich IP5 3QS

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n the Christian calendar we now are in the middle of Lent, a season of preparation. In recent times it has been marked by many imaginative projects including doing a good turn every day or giving a small donations to different charities. Almost everybody knows the reason Christians do this is because of Easter. However, Easter is so crowded with bunnies and eggs that people lose sight of what Easter is and, more importantly, the Easter hope. Part of the Easter hope is that the disciples were totally devastated by the horrible death of Jesus upon the cross. They had no expectation that they would ever see him again

and he was the most wonderful person they had ever met. Whenever we face bereavement of a loved one we experience the same devastation. Somebody who has been at the centre of our lives, like a partner, or someone who has been a mentor, guide and provider, like a parent or grandparent, or someone who has been our hope and joy, like a child, is snatched from us and life will never, ever be the same again. In fact, life itself seems pointless. So when Jesus arose from the dead, hope and joy were restored; relationships began again in a new and better way. So part of the Christian hope is that death is not the end, bereavement is not

MORETON HALL permanent and in heaven we will meet our loved ones again. There is hope and there can still be joy and love. The second part of the Christian hope is that the Jesus who came back from the grave had a new resurrection body. You could touch it, you could see it, you could hold him and you could even watch him eat. This means that when we die, particularly in our old age, our infirmities will die with us. At our resurrection we will have a new body, a new life, free from pain and, perhaps more wonderfully yet, a mind and a heart that can perceive and understand all the wonders of heaven and the universe. The Christian hope of Easter is therefore exciting and it offers more than just a bright future or merely a continuation of the same forever and ever. The final part of the Easter hope is that one day heaven and earth will be reunited. There will be a new universe and everybody who lives on earth in their resurrection

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bodies will actually walk with Jesus, God the Father and God the Holy Spirit in the new perfect garden that the world will become. This new world will be free from the environmental concerns, poisons and disasters that we battle against at the moment. It will also be free of the tyranny and oppression, injustice and hardship that so many have to endure. For God himself will be there guiding and sharing our new lives every step of the way, surrounding us with his love. This is what Christians look forward to. This is what Christians are preparing for. Not just in Lent, but all through their lives. If you want to find out more consider coming along one Sunday at 10:30am or join us for Maundy Thursday communion at 7:30pm 24th March, or on our Easter Day celebration at 10:30am Sunday 27th March.

Services SUNDAY 6th MARCH 8.30am Holy Communion 10.30am Mothering Sunday All Age Worship 6.30pm New Wine DVD

SUNDAY 13th MARCH 10.30am Morning Worship 6.30pm Healing Communion

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13th 10.30am Morning Worship 6.30pm Healing Communion

THURSDAY 24th MARCH

20th 10.30am 10.30am Maundy Palm Sunday Communion Thursday 6.30pm Prayer evening Communion Thur 24th

7.30pm Maundy Thursday

SUNDAYCommunion 27th MARCH 10.30am Easter Sunday

27th 10.30am Easter Sunday Family Communion Family Communion

With every good wish, Yours sincerely,

Revd. Canon Jonathan Ford. Minister Christ Church Moreton Hall

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WHAT’S ON

IN MARCH

THE MAGIC OF THE BEE GEES (music) Friday 11th MARCH

It’s the Bee Gees’ entire glittering songbook wrapped up in one spectacular live concert show.

Relive platinum-selling hits written by Barry, Maurice and Robin for other million-selling artists – Woman In Love, Chain Reaction, Guilty, Heartbreaker, Grease, If I Can’t Have You and Islands in the Stream. This fabulous authentic production ensures the Gibb brothers’ incredible legacy of classic hit songs is well and truly ‘Stayin Alive’. Book Online.

THE CRUCIBLE (community production) Tuesday 15th - Saturday 19th March Arthur Miller’s classic parable of mass hysteria draws a chilling parallel between the Salem witch-hunt of 1692 and the era of McCarthyism, which gripped 1950s America with the so-called red threat of Communism. The story of a small community driven to madness by superstition, paranoia and malice is a savage attack on the evils of mindless persecution and the power of false accusations. Based on two terrifying chapters of human history, this is an allegory for all time. Age guidance 12+ Book online.

INVINCIBLE (drama) Wednesday 30th March - Saturday 2nd April With the recession biting hard, Emily and Oliver have decided to downsize and shift their middle-class London lifestyle to a small town in the north of England. One night they open their doors and invite next door neighbours, Dawn and Alan into their home. Over the course of a disastrous evening of olives, anchovies, Karl Marx and abstract art, class and culture collide where the consequences are as tragic as they are hilarious. From the award-winning Original Theatre Company (Birdsong, Three Men In A Boat) comes a brand new production of this smash hit, sell-out comedy. Book Online. www.theatreroyal.org

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LEGO BRICK FUN DAY (children’s entertainment)

Sunday 13th MARCH The Apex is pleased to host a LEGO brick fun day run by Brickologists Young Engineers in the Apex Lounge, offering all ages an opportunity to play and build with this iconic toy! Linked to the Brick City exhibition at Moyse’s Hall Museum, families can come and build together with activities suitable for all ages including: ‘Free build’ area, LEGO bionicles area, Duplo area, LEGO city area (with instructions) LEGO car building & downhill race tracks, K’Nex building area This event is suitable for adults and children aged 5+ Children aged 12 & under must be accompanied by an adult Times: 10am - 4pm. Tickets: Adults £2 (over 16s) / Children £6 (Booking recommended)

THE POOZIES Tuesday 15th March

Celebrating their 25th year on the road, The Poozies are one of the longest-standing UK folk groups, having earned a reputation as pioneers and trail-blazers, not only by being the first all-female folk band on the scene, but also because of the ease with which they unashamedly crossed folk with pop, soul, country, Scottish Gaelic and, in their own words, ‘any enticing genre’. That same format of ingenuity and exuberance remains and it is this winning formula that carries the unmistakable, trademark Poozie je ne sais quoi. Their unique sound is a powerful combination of rhythmic, punching acoustic guitar, growling electro-harp, and dexterous fiddle and accordion, with spine-tingling songs in four-part harmony. Founder members Sally Barker (guitar) - who reached the 2014 final of BBC1’s The Voice, mentored by Sir Tom Jones - and Mary Macmaster (harp), feature alongside Mairearad Green (accordion) and Eilidh Shaw (fiddle), delivering spine-tingling multi-instrumentals and tight fourpiece harmony vocals. The band released their most recent album, ‘Into The Well’, in May 2015. Starts: 8pm. Tickets: £16 (£12 Concessions). Book online.

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CINEMA LISTINGS

SECRET IN THEIR EYES

Director Billy Ray Starring Julia Roberts, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman lead the starry cast of this glossy Hollywood thriller remake. A routine murder investigation spirals into chaos and despair for district attorney’s investigator Jess Cobb (Julia Roberts), when the victim is revealed to be her own daughter. So devastating are the consequences of the case that Jess’s close colleague, FBI agent Ray Carsten (Chiwetel Ejiofor), dedicates his life to tracking down the person responsible. 13 years later, after endless amounts of searching, Karsten believes he has found his man. Re-teaming with District Attorney Claire Sloan (Nicole Kidman), the dedicated agent urges the case to be re-opened - but they reckoned without the actions of the increasingly vengeful Jess. In 2010, Eduardo Sacheri’s novel The Secret in Their Eyes was turned into an acclaimed, Oscar-winning Argentinian thriller. The movie now gets a star-powered remake with gritty performances from noted leads Roberts, Ejiofor and Kidman.

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Director Babak Najafi Starring Aaron Eckhart, Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman Terrorist plotters launch a deadly attack on the capital in this thrilling sequel to Olympus Has Fallen. Following the mysterious death of the British Prime Minister, heads of state gather in London for the funeral. This is all part of a plan by evildoers to take out world leaders. But they reckon without the US president (Aaron Eckhart), Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) and a very determined MI6 agent (Charlotte Riley).

THE CHOICE Director Ross Katz

Starring Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer, Maggie Grace, Alexandra Daddario, Tom Welling, Tom Wilkinson. Based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name, THE CHOICE tells the story of Travis Parker and Gabby Holland, who meet first as neighbors in a small coastal town and end up pursuing a relationship that neither could have foreseen.

HAIL, CAESAR! Director Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

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Starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Jonah Hill, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Ralph Fiennes George Clooney stars as a kidnapped movie star in this offbeat period comedy from the Coen brothers. Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) is a hard-nosed film studio fixer, who’s kept busy hushing up scandals during Hollywood’s golden age. Now he faces his biggest challenge to date. Baird Whitlock (George Clooney), wooden star of Capitol Pictures’ prestige historical drama Hail Caesar, has been abducted while filming. The kidnappers are a mysterious organisation styling themselves ‘The Future’, who demand a ransom of $100,000. Oscar-winning No Country for Old Men writer/directors Joel and Ethan Coen return to the Hollywood territory of Barton Fink for this hilarious, lovingly crafted comedy. The outstanding cast includes Scarlett Johansson as an Esther Williams-style musical swimming star, Ralph Fiennes as a film director, Tilda Swinton as a gossip columnist and Channing Tatum as a young actor. There’s even a role for Expendables star Dolph Lundgren as a Soviet submarine commander!

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The moreton hall community centre Hello from a rather cold Moreton Hall office as we look out over the frosty lawn. However it reminds us that spring and summer follow shortly and we look forward to warmer months ahead. What’s new from the Moreton Hall Association, the body in charge of the Moreton Hall Community Centre? For those of you who may not have seen, we have gone green! We have had solar panels installed on the roof helping to improve our carbon footprint. This will reduce our energy costs and help fund the ongoing costs of maintaining the building. And it is going to be a larger building we hope very soon. We have secured funding to improve the community facilities and as a result we will hopefully house a larger post office which will become a main post office and excitingly we have been approached to provide a library service as well. Also plans for an additional room for hire and refurbishment of some of the existing fixtures. Car parking is an issue but we also have been in recent talks about that too. So as you can see a busy period ahead to improve and develop a key facility of a growing estate.

The Moreton Hall Community Club has a busy year ahead too. There are a host of events and evenings planned for members of the club but it is worthy of a note to say that you are all welcome at any time. So what do we have ahead? Many Saturday nights of live music, discos, quiz nights and other events with two events coming up in March, see the advert on the other page. Easter Monday Children’s day. Easter egg hunt, chocolate bingo and Trevor the Animal Handler back by popular demand with some new animals this year. Booking a must for this, again see the advert on the other page. The Queen’s 90th birthday celebration on Sunday 12th June. We are working closely with both primary schools for this event. This will be an allday event with stalls, games and competitions. Watch out for more details. Summer Jazz on the patio returns again following the Moreton Hall Open Gardens on Sunday 26th June. The Euros. The best place to watch England’s talented youngsters take on the rest of Europe this summer.

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The Premiership run in. Watch with us one of the most intriguing finishes to a premier league season for many years. And of course the annual summer fun day organised by the Association. A key day in the year for both organisations so fingers crossed for no rain this year. Expect all the normal attractions plus we have been promised some new ones too. Just one club related matter to mention. Despite our suppliers increasing their prices from the 1st of February we have decided not to increase the price of our drinks. We hope that our members and their guests will appreciate this gesture. Our new membership year commenced on 1st January so now is the time to join or renew if you haven’t already done so and be the first to know of all our events sooner rather than later. We look forward to welcoming old and new members soon.

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Stephen John Salon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 700100 PT Joe Personal Trainer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07917 714557 The Abbeyfields Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 847884 Rachels Mobile Hairdressing. . . . . . . . . . 01359 233371 Bury Osteopaths. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 769153 Slimming World . . . . . . . . . Alex 01284 788201 or Kelly 01842 824980 Just Hair Salon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 232007 Best Foot Forward Chiropodists. . . . 01284 753563 Saxon Dental Practice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 750348 Nicola Delglyn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07775 517447

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Suffolk Age UK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 757740 Jazzercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07963 161246 LMA Acting & Dance School. . . . . . . . . . 01359 271925 Glow Exercise & Slimming Club. . . . . 01787 238233 Archery Tag. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07712 277625 Kinetic Adventure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 725911 Dance Fitness. . . . . . . www.studiodancefitness.com

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Fab Creative Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07762 504200 PIT Group Design & Print. . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 765092 Coastline Graphics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 717760

motoring

Carrs of Bury St Edmunds . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 752525 Auto Park MOT & Service Centre. . 01284 706888 Premier Bodyworks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 755558

garden

& landscape

Bluestone Paving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 716405 Archley Driveways & Landscape Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 724486 Stuart Langston Arboricultural Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 760107 Paul’s Garden Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 723625

building

& maintenance

Frames Conservatories Direct. . . . . 01284 700456 MAS Building & Maintenance. . . . . . . 07595 426757 Windows, Doors & Conservatory Advisory Centre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 615653 Window & Door Repair Centre. . . . . . 01284 615653 The Naked Builder Carpentry & Building . . . . 01284 811111 Higham Forge & Fabrications . . . . . . . 01284 810810 Rejuvenate Property Services. . . . . . . 01284 850337 Local Builders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 723396 NJT Plumbing & Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 723389 Blue Flame Gas 24/7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07862 712041

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Martyn Webb Plumbing Services. . . 01284 852554 Fix A Leak Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 269415 TC Plastering & Rendering . . . . . . . . . . 07527 685254 MA Smith Tiling . . 07899 890765 or 07887 754114 Pete Austin Electricians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 747284 Clean A Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07554 022522 Abbeygate Windows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 763244 Oven Clean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 259818

home furnishings

Hartwell Blinds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 753310 Stitched 4 U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07938 373761 Village Green Blinds . . . . 01379 669209 / 07931 959892 Glasswells. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 752804

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Taylor Engall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 725800 All Homes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 234444 Haart Estate Agents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 756255 Wards of Stanton Removals . . . . . . . . . . 01359 251198 Castle Mortgages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 254042 Musker McIntyre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 848454 Suffolk Bungalows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 725993 Mortimer and Gausden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 755526

business services

Rudlings Wakelam Solicitors . . . . . . . . 01284 715665 Ayling Computer Services . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 701482 Gage Computer Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 764574 Simply Secure Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 750019 Glasswells Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 748762

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Pot Black Sports Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 704231 Bury Golf Range & Golf Store . . . . . . . 01284 723894 Moreton Hall Community Centre . . 01284 763405

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