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MacDonalds There is an application for a Macdonalds Drive Through to be put on the car park of the Dragonfly Hotel, (the old Ramada). This car park is very busy with hotel guests and when they hold conferences there is no room to move, more over the Sainsbury roundabout, it is so congested it takes almost twenty minutes to go round it during the rush hour. Encouraging traffic off the A14 is just utter madness. Part of the planning is for MacDonalds to put up 43 different signs, which will include two twenty metre high M signs. This has already met with opposition from the residents of Bederic Close and Oswyn Close. I and other councillors are opposed to this and if you are, then please email St Edmundsbury Planning department and register your opposition. This site is a residential site NOT commercial. Please support our opposition to this application.

Keeping Active

An idea has floated around about an activity feature for Moreton Hall and possible other areas. The idea was taken on board and Katie from Bravester Associates has been working with the Borough Council and some of the local councillors on the best way forward for the feature, A route is being worked out which will probably be launched in October. Details will be announced in the October issue of the Directory. I expect to be given a brief soon

YOUTH CENTRE

During the summer school break the club was open each Thursday for mums, dads and children to come along to use and enjoy what’s on offer in the club for free, there was a good take up and those who did come had a great time. The Youth Club opens again for normal club nights on the 13th, the second week when children are back at school we do this because when they go back on the 6th they have so much to take in they need time at home, financially the club is doing well and we have bought some new equipment. We are still in need of helpers so again if you can spare a Tuesday evening 6.30 to 8.30 please get in touch.

PROBLEMS OR ISSUES

If you have any problems to do with your area, roads, paths and other local problems, let me know, I will pass them on to the right person.

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Proposed Drive through McDonalds I have been a member and supporter of the Association since its inception, mainly to object or at least lead the local view on proposed projects which affect Moreton Hall, and make these known to the relevant agencies. As you may now be aware there has been a planning application to build a drive through Mc Donald’s in Symonds Road, by the Hotel opposite Oswyn Close, mainly Planning Application DC/16/1324/FUL. There are others referring to advertising etc, but this is the main application to construct. Some of you may remember that one of our chief concerns has been the effect on local traffic of the construction of more houses, the school, the proposed waste hub and the abandoned move of Bury Town Football Club, to our estate. The planners solution which was adopted by County and Borough councillors was the construction of the relief road which we were told would take traffic away from the Sainsbury’s roundabout. The construction and operation of this project will nullify any benefit the planned road may have. Other problems associated with this project are noise, increase in litter, antisocial behaviour, light pollution from the advertising and the increased chance of road traffic accidents due to the increase in road use. These same Councillors who approved the relief road will now be asked to pass the planning application for this project. I must point out that some (not all ) of these Councillors represent areas far from Bury

or indeed Moreton Hall and in the past have declined our invitation to view the problems at first hand. I strongly suggest that if like us, you strongly object to this planning application, feel free to air your views to your Town, Borough and County Councillors or the local Press. You can also object officially by contacting the Planning Helpdesk at the Council offices, at West Suffolk House by e-mail or letter. MHRA will if possible speak at any consultation or meeting to object to this proposal.

Litter We have received interest from residents regarding our proposal to set up areas within the estate responsible for litter picks etc. If you would like to volunteer please contact us.

AGM The AGM this year will be on Wednesday 16th November time to be confirmed. We have arranged for Martyn Taylor to give a talk on the history of Bury with special reference to Moreton Hall. There will also be chance to put forward your views and suggestions for consideration by the new committee. As always you can contact us at secretarymhra@gmail.com Or attend our next committee meeting on Thursday 6th October at 7 30 in the Community Centre. Cliff Hind, Chairman MHRA SEPTEMBER 2016 | 15


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South Lee’s Headmaster, Mervyn (Fyn) Watch has now been in post for just under 18 months. He moved to Bury St. Edmunds in 2011, with his wife, Rosie, 3 boys and Mabel (a chocolate Labrador) to take up the post of Deputy Head, and in March 2015, he stepped up to acting Headmaster and subsequently Headmaster. Prior to moving to Suffolk, Fyn and Rosie both taught at Wells Cathedral School, in Wells, Somerset. I would describe South Lee as a popular, small, caring, co-educational day school in the heart of Bury St. Edmunds. We are now in our 55th year and the school has a strong tradition of preparing pupils for both Independent and State senior schools. Embracing the school’s motto, ‘All Have Talent’, and placing great emphasis on pastoral care, we nurture and enable pupils from nursery to Year 8 to find and build on their talents. Over the last 2 years, investment in key areas has resulted in our pupils gaining a broad range of scholarships (academic, sports, music and all-rounder) to some of the country’s leading senior schools. More recent developments, including extended provision and investment in the arts (a dance studio in the new sports hall), have further strengthened the breadth of opportunities pupils at South Lee enjoy. Like all schools we are busy. On any given day, pupils can arrive from 7.30am, where they can enjoy breakfast before registration starts at 8.30. Once lessons have concluded (3.15pm for Pre Prep or 3.45pm for Prep School) pupils involve themselves in a full range of activities

Headmaster, Mervyn Watch with his wife Rosie.

and clubs, and for those who need it 2nd prep, often accompanied by Mabel, finishes at 6pm. We would love you to join us so that you can experience for yourself the friendly atmosphere and happy, productive environment. Contact our Registrar to arrange an individual visit.

er Mervyn Watch, Headmast

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Back to School BY ANDREW SOUTHWOOD

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have been blessed with three wonderful children. Watching them grow is quite mind blowing and their daily changes never ceases to amaze me… as does the price of school shoes! Seriously, I mean gram for gram it would be like my shoes costing £500 or something?! As a petit family, their delicate little feet need super narrow fittings. Evidently narrower than 90% of styles available. Once you also eliminate the girls ‘shoes’ with open fronts, shiny toes and pictures of Elsa on, the choice is… well, limited shall we say. It’s clear to me that no one on the Clarks/ Startrite design board has ever had a primary school aged daughter go through a winter term. If they did, they would be flooding the market with steel toed Dr Marten style combat shoes rather than those pathetic ballerina sandal things.

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As for the boys, well it’s a similar story. My son may be 8 years old, but he usually has to wear shoes designed for 5 year olds (due to his small fittings). Again, the pictures of dinosaurs and aeroplanes on the shoes is beyond me to be honest. Maybe I’m old fashioned, but a school shoe should be plain, functional, and of course fitted? The gender split is of course entirely unnecessary. We’d happily have our daughter in the more robust looking ‘boys’ shoes, but infuriatingly they don’t go down to her narrow fitting. It really is about time the leading brands realised this and started producing gender non specific, comfortable, plain black, fitted school shoes. On the positive side, one short trip to a supermarket later and the rest of the

school uniforms are basically sorted for the year. All for less than the price of one pair of shoes! As for the old, outgrown uniforms. Well, it’s crudely sorted. One pile to keep, and one pile to recycle. The ‘keep’ pile is then split again, one pile to store for the littlest to reuse in years to come (scary to think she’ll be at school in a couple of years!?), the other to offer to friends with suitably sized kids. And so the annual school uniform merry-go-round stops for another year. A quick trip to the barbers, maybe a new water bottle, and we’ll be good to go. Ready for that day in September which, at times this summer, has been a tiny flicker of light at the end of a very long, very dark, tunnel. Yes, the first day of term is nearly upon us. Phew. Next stop…. Christmas. Doh!


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Flower Garden n You can start to plant spring bulbs n Again with Spring in mind plant wallflowers now n The middle of September is the very latest date for planting Christmas hyacinth bulbs so that they are in flower for the 25th December n Look out for opportunities to collect seeds from your perennials n Tidy up ferns by removing dead brown fronds around the base n Prune your climbing roses this month- remove some of the oldest woody stems and tie in any new shoots that are emerging n Continue to deadhead and water your plants n Most perennials benefit from division every two to three years to maintain health and vigour such as Japanese Anemones n It’s a good time to take hardwood rose cuttings

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GARDEN SERVICES

n Lift and harvest your late potatoes and onions n Keep the hoe going to prevent weeds getting the upper hand n If your tomatoes are starting to split this is a sure sign of uneven watering. Try to ensure the compost never dries out n Lift marrows, pumpkins and squashes off the ground with straw or upturned plastic flower pots, in order to keep them clean and reduce slug damage. n Keep the runner bean harvest going as long as possible by regularly watering and removing any older pods on the bush

General Maintenance n Prune out any dead branches on your Acer trees n If you have bald patches in your lawn scuff up the soil with a fork and apply grass seed and keep watering n Long leader branches will often appear in hedges such as holly give them a clip back to keep them neat and tidy and control their size n Top up bird baths regularly n Clean out bird feeders and start to replenish with seeds and nuts n Cut back tree branches and hedges overhanging your garden border n Now is a good time to clean water butts as accumulated debris can pollute the water n If you have Water lilies in your pond you will know they grow vigorously. Keep on top of them by removing leaves regularly before they rot in the water .

“By all these lovely tokens. September days are here, With summer’s best of weather. And autumn’s best of cheer.”

n If you are lucky enough to have one or two Apple trees then a sure sign that they are ripe is when you start to see windfall apples around the tree. n Most strawberry plants will have produced runners. If you don’t want any more plants cut these off and compost otherwise use the runners to establish new plants

This months poem...

Vegetable Garden

Fruit

- Helen Hunt Jackson, September, 1830-1885

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HOME + LIFESTYLE Do you have any nearly new or unused items that are of no use to you, other than creating unnecessary clutter? Why not try to recycle them and gather a few extra pounds in the process? Please include: Brief description of the item, the price and your telephone number. List items FOR SALE free of charge to Moreton Hall and Southgate Residents, email: studio@burystedmundsdirectories.co.uk

SEPTEMBER 2 - 1000 x 450 Radiators 3 - 900 x 450 Radiators they are single radiators with heat vain’s at the back, including wall brackets As new, very good condition, £30.00 the lot. Cash on collect Please contact Tom on 01284 749412. CHICCO BABY BOUNCER, red with pale blue insert. £15 O.N.O. Tel. 01284 7657674 ‘SHOPRIDER CÓRDOBA MOBILITY SCOOTER 8 mph, large wheels, swivel seat. Good condition, full service history, manuals and charger. £500 ono. Tel. 01284 768498. HEDGE TRIMMERS Spear and Jackson, 600W, 66cm blade, £5. Tel. 01284 765797

TRAVEL COT AND MATTRESS, Good condition. Free for collection. Tel. 01284 768498.

TWO BEDSIDE UNITS AND A TV STAND in brown wicker with black metal frames. Good condition. £20. Tel. 01284 724670. 96 LITRE EHEIM TROPICAL FISH TANK with light, heater and filter, includes new filter pad and accessories. £30. Tel. 01284 749558 GAZEBO HOMEBASE BASIC, 270cmx270cm. Unpacked, but never used. £10. Tel. 01284 765797 FOOTBALL BOOTS Size 11, Adidas, purple, very little wear, £5. Tel. 01284 765797

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Giants...

Many of us will know the timeless story of a boy called David and a giant named Goliath. David was the gutsy, strong and determined little brother of 7 older siblings. His job was to tend the fields and look after the sheep, protecting the flock like a good shepherd boy from any impending danger; and in his pocket he carried a slingshot and a few stones which he gathered from the ground. Then there is Goliath, the giant in the story, appearing vast and magnificent, towering above the boy named David yet unaware of the character and wisdom David held within. David stands before Goliath on the battlefield, looking up with a quiet confidence and boldness whilst Goliath stares arrogantly down upon him, bragging of his easy victory ahead. We’d all expect the giant to win, to crush the boy like a fly. But, then the unexpected happens, David reaches deep into his pocket, draws out his slingshot and stone, and launches it right between the giant’s eyeballs! With that, CRASH, down to ground Goliath falls, defeated. The small boy is stands there the victor and the giant just lies powerless at his feet. I love this story and I tell it often to my boys, secretly reminding myself of its wisdom for my life as well as theirs. We all get up close and personal with giants in our lives and not all are big friendly ones, just like Sophie found out in Roald Dahls, The BFG (another one of my favourite stories). Sophie discovered there are some big, maneating giants like Fleshlumpeater and Bloodbottler out to tear strips off us, making us feel small, undervalued, unimportant, unsuccessful, lacking in talent, beauty, social status. Giants that stand in our way of reaching our potential or stop us from daring to try something different, stifling our dreams and feeding us nightmares. As with the story of David and Goliath or Sophie and The BFG or even Jack

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and the Beanstalk, I’ve noticed that the trick in defeating said giant is to BE READY. Be aware of the Giants in our lives; the people, the circumstances, the environments that loom over us making us retreat back rather than push forward. This could be a person at work who consistently puts you down or treats you unfairly, a bully in the playground, a fear of something like failing or looking silly. Experience has shown me that Giants come in all sorts of guises, often appearing out of nowhere or where we least expect them. The important thing is to get good at recognising your giants and the feelings that come along with them. This is the first part of being ready. The second part - David could see


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his giant. Yes, Goliath was standing there in front of him, physically big and strong, head to toe in armour but David saw his weakness and knew that he could defeat him. He squared up to Goliath and reached into his pocket for what he had with him, a slingshot and stone. I always think of that slingshot and stone and think how often David would have used them to protect his sheep, it was part of the shepherds kit bag, that’s why he had them with him after all. Reaching into his pocket David drew out his previous experiences and victories he had from looking after his sheep on the hillside. I tell my boys, think about how many wolves or little giants David had slain with his sling before coming face to face with Goliath. Each giant or big circumstance we face and overcome we should put

into our pockets, ready to draw out when the next Goliath stands in our way. Isn’t it a great story? There are so many about little people defeating big giants! It’s what storybooks are made of, those appearing weak overcoming the apparent strong. I’ll finish on a little quote from the Bloodbottler in The BFG, “Runt! Is you there, Runt? I is hearing you jabbeling!” As the new term creeps up and your children start a new school or class, maybe you start a new job or face a difficult situation at home, I encourage you to stop jabbeling! Remind yourself of a giant story and reach into your pocket, be ready and defeat the giant. There are dreams out there waiting!

Lizi Long

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GREENE KING LAUNCHES NEW MILES FOR MACMILLAN FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE Pub company and brewer’s team members to cover enough miles to the moon! Greene King, the country’s leading pub retailer and brewer, has today launched its first company-wide fundraising challenge in aid of its corporate charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support. Greene King’s Miles for Macmillan is a campaign aimed at achieving enough miles to get to the moon, quarter of a million miles, during the next three years. The pub company’s 44,000 team members, as well as its guests up and down the country, will be encouraged to walk, run, bike, hike and swim, all in the aid of the cancer charity. The campaign’s wheels will get into motion in September, with a 60 mile bike ride from Manchester to Leeds, as part of Macmillan’s Challenge Cancer challenge. Team members signed up to the cross-Pennines event are busy preparing themselves. Rooney Anand, chief executive officer at 70 | SEPTEMBER 2016

Greene King, said: “We are thrilled to be launching such an ambitious, yet exciting challenge. Our team members have always been right behind the partnership and I am proud with how supportive and committed they have been over the last few years. Already, we have people willing to sign up for our Mount Kilimanjaro climb, which will take place later next year! “The goal of covering enough miles to get us to the moon works out at just over five miles per team member each, and with the passion and energy our teams have, I am confident we’ll get there. “However, it goes without saying that the money our teams collect, especially those who work in our pubs, comes from our generous guests. They too are extremely supportive of our partnership with Macmillan and we could not have raised as much as we have if it were not for them.” Lynda Thomas, chief executive of Macmillan Cancer Support, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to hear that Greene King team members will cover this

massive distance to raise money for people affected by cancer, as well as awareness of the illness. This will be an incredible achievement, and testament to the commitment and support Macmillan has received from Greene King team members and customers throughout our partnership. “Good luck to everyone taking part - the money you raise will help us to ensure that people with a cancer diagnosis and their loved ones get support when they need it and where they need it.” The money raised will continue to fund vital services such as Macmillan nurses and local support programmes supporting people with cancer to better self-manage in their own communities. In March 2016, the pub company announced that its team members and guests had raised £2 million for Macmillan; doubling its initial target set in 2012 of £1million. To mark the milestone, it renewed its partnership with the cancer charity for a further three years.


CHURCH NEWS

Christ Church MORETON HALL This September begins a new phase of life for the whole Moreton Hall estate. First of all we want to welcome the opening of the Sybil Andrews School and the huge impact that is going to make on our estate. It is sad that the building itself will not be ready until after the New Year, but that the school is starting at the old St. James’ site is, of course, a good example of how the church authorities can help the community by sensible use of its buildings. The fact that we have an 11s to 16s school on the estate is not just about making it easier for parents to get their children to school safely; it makes Moreton Hall a much more cohesive community where children can build contacts and keep them from school to school, and there should be a greater sense of camaraderie and shared values across the estate as a while.

to draw the boundaries in anticipation of the school was made in 1990 and the church can take pride in anticipating community growth when our political leaders seem to have forgotten it. As we are entering a new era for our estate, you local church, is responding in kind. We will continue to work closely with other groups and it was a great joy to see and hear the community choir singing at the Moreton Hall club fun day. A good time was had by all.

First we are developing a new pastoral care scheme with, right at the centre, our Parish Nurse. Lesley has been well received on the estate and the number of contacts she has developed over the last twelve months has been amazing. Lots of people have been helped in many different ways and we will continue to use this facility, with the support of a Concern has been justly small army of volunteers, to raised that the new school reach out more effectively and housing around it is not inside the political boundaries across the estate. Secondly, we will be developing our of Moreton Hall, as it belongs in Rougham. However, it does youth work. We already have close contacts with both of fall inside the ecclesiastical the schools and the guides, boundaries The entire school brownies and rainbows as and its grounds, up to the edge of the airfield, are inside well as other social groups. Therefore, we hope to the Parish of Christ Church improve our Sunday School Moreton Hall and therefore and offer other youth clubs we will be exercising its usual and groups for the estate. care for all its parishioners and school members in that In addition to that we will area. The far sighted decision be extending our care to 82 | SEPTEMBER 2016

the elderly. We already have special exercise classes and a group for carers who support people with dementia. We will be improving this by offering members of these groups a soup and roll lunch. More details about this will follow. On Monday 19th September 10:30am we will be hosting a coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Research. Please do come along where you will receive a very warm welcome and can enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, homemade cakes and scones, meet new people, have a chat and raise some money for this very important work. As you will see there is a new and improved website for Christ Church, Moreton Hall. Please do go on it and let us know what you think. It will be linked to other Facebook pages and websites which show the full range of things Christ Church does. Please look out for our harvest service on 2nd October and our Shoebox service in early November when the estate comes together to fill shoeboxes to send to needy children in the third world. We also hope to be offering new sorts of services and we are particularly concerned for people with pets and therefore we will be offering at least one Pet Service fairly soon and we do hope that you will bring your pet along for it to be blessed and for us to


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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 Rob Harrington. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 789074 NJT Plumbing & Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 723389

Blue Flame Gas 24/7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07862 712041 Martyn Webb Plumbing Services. . . 01284 852554 Fix A Leak Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 269415 MA Smith Tiling . . 07899 890765 or 07887 754114 Pete Austin Electricians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 747284 Oven Clean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 259818 The Stove & Fireplace Centre. . . . . . . . 01842 766888 TBS Plant & Tool Hire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 788122

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business services Rudlings Wakelam Solicitors . . . . . . . . 01284 715665 Ayling Computer Services . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 701482 Gage Computer Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 764574 Simply Secure Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 750019 Saffron Sitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0330 2210583 Little Larks Day Nursery. . . . . . . . . . . . . 07949 685262 Tinkerbells Nursery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 232221

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Orissa Indian Restaurant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 719116 Slates Restaurant & Carvery. . . . . . . . . 01284 704231 Country Farm Meats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 235237 Thomas Ridley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 270536 ICE cooking classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01359 270102

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Pot Black Sports Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 704231 Bury Golf Range & Golf Store . . . . . . . 01284 723894 Moreton Hall Community Centre . . 01284 763405 Kinetic Adventure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 725911 Planet Laser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 220102 Abbeycroft Leisure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01284 753496

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