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…and welcome to the June edition of the Moreton Hall Directory. ters Sally Wal r Contributo m sally@ge

It looks like I did tempt fate last month, mentioning how nice the weather had been in April. Whilst I’m writing this, the rain is teeming down outside and it’s blowing a gale - typical ‘Summer’ weather... and Jeremy and I, the ‘silly-billies’ that we are, are off camping for the weekend! But to lift your spirits, here is your fun-filled June issue of the MHD. Packed with our usual articles and features.

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There is a lot going on throughout June and into July, so you’ll find the what’s on section moved to the front of the magazine for this issue on pages 7-15. The fantastic Thurston Festival is back on 1st-3rd July, so don’t forget to book your tickets for that, for more information see pages 8-9. Hope you enjoy this is issue and we’ll see you in July!

Advertising/Copy Deadline for July 2011 Issue: Monday 20th June Publisher: PIT Group Design & Artwork: Gemma Walters Design & Marketing The Moreton Hall Directory, PO BOX 583, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP30 9AW Telephone: 01359 271150 Email: While all reasonable care is taken to ensure the accuracy of information included in the Moreton Hall Directory, the publishers take no responsibility for the accuracy of statements made by contributors or advertisers, or for loss arising from non-publication or misprint of any advertisement. The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the editor. Reproduction, in whole or in part, without the written permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited. Design and compilation copyright 2007 © Jeremy Procter, Director, The Moreton Hall Directory.



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Thurston Festival Calendar Cinema listings Moreton Hall Community Centre

Self Centre The perfect eyebrows Liberté Fitness

MHD Recipe of the Month Orissa Indian Restaurant Vouchers

Men’s Summer fashion St Nicholas Hospice Care Retail Centre MHD Sale

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Captain Jack’s back, and this time he’s in search of the fountain of youth - in 3D! For the fourth instalment in the mega-popular saga, Disney have refined all the elements that audiences loved most about first three ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ adventures. Johnny Depp’s lovable, scheming Captain Jack Sparrow now takes centre stage as he embarks on a new quest. This time his foe is the most notorious pirate of them all - the dastardly and fearsome Captain Blackbeard (Ian McShane). As if that wasn’t enough, Jack also has to contend with a mysterious woman from his past, the alluring Angelica (Penelope Cruz) - a con artist, mistress of disguises and tenacious swordfighter. But is she on his side or out to trick him? Has Captain Jack finally met his match? One thing’s for sure, all those zombies and mermaids he encounters along the way aren’t going to make his mission any easier.


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A combination of dietary tips, mind/body exer and latest rese cises arch blended to gether to prom ote health &

By Carole Baker


Director, The Self Centre

Reflexology is a popular and relaxing holistic treatment based on the principle that reflex points on the soles, tops and sides of the feet are connected to corresponding areas throughout the body. In this way, the feet can be seen as a “map” of the body. Origins of Reflexology: Whilst the art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China, it wasn’t until 1913 that Dr William Fitzgerald introduced this therapy to the West as ‘zone therapy’. He noted that reflex areas on the feet and hands were linked to other areas and organs of the body within the same zone. In the 1930’s Eunice Ingham further developed zone theory into what is now known as reflexology. Eunice observed that congestion or tension in any part of the foot is mirrored in the corresponding part of the body. How can reflexology help me? This gentle but powerful therapy encourages the body to work naturally to restore its own healthy balance. Reflexology has been shown to be effective for: Migraine, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, menopausal issues, infertility, back pain, arthritis, and stress related conditions. It works fantastically in pregnancy



too and can help with morning sickness, oedema and bringing on a late baby! Other benefits of reflexology can include: reduced stress, feelings of deep relaxation, increased energy levels, improved circulation. Can everyone enjoy reflexology? Reflexology is suitable for all ages and may bring relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. After you have completed a course of reflexology treatment for a specific condition, many people find it beneficial to continue with regular treatments in order to maintain health and well-being. Many people use reflexology as a way of relaxing the mind and body and counteracting stress also. Many doctors, consultants and other health care professionals recognise reflexology as a well-established, respected and effective therapy. What happens when I go for a treatment? On the first visit the reflexology practitioner will have a

preliminary chat with you to determine your present and past health and lifestyle. A treatment lasts for approximately an hour. You remain fully clothed, simply removing shoes and socks. Reflexology can also be carried out on the hands and face. What happens if I have ticklish feet? It really doesn’t tickle at all as the pressure is on certain points only and can be gentle or firm, whichever you prefer. How will I feel after a reflexology treatment? After one or two treatments your body may respond in a very definite way. Most people note a sense of well-being and relaxation. It is important to drink plenty of water over the next few days to help flush away the toxins. If you have any queries, don’t hesitate to ask your therapist for advice. Why not try playing with your own feet! If you are bored at home one evening why don’t you try a little bit of self foot massage? Start by gently working to separate each toe with a finger so you


end up with your fingers threaded between all toes – this works to open up the energy of the feet and helps with balance and steadiness on your pins! Second press firmly on the pads at the top of your feet under each toe for a few seconds each for a few minutes – this old wives tale is said to encourage the body to stimulate its own Manual Lymphatic Drainage mechanism which may encourage Lymph that has pooled in the ankles in feet, (Oedema) common in late pregnancy and in the elderly or in hot weather, to drain away.

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For more information on the self centre and to download the latest timetable please visit, or pop in and see us in Kempson Way! Carole Baker – Director & Yoga Teacher: The Self Centre. The remedies and advice suggested in this article are the personal opinion of the author. Please also inform your GP if you are planning to take any natural remedies and you are already on long term prescribed drugs. Always consult a qualified Complementary Practitioner, never self medicate.

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Have the perfect

Eye Brows

Eyebrows are tricky creatures. You know how they’re supposed to look, but sometimes they don’t want to cooperate, and because they’re growing out of your head, they have a semi permanent character that defies wishes and good intentions. One of the many problems of eyebrows is the fact that if they aren’t the right colour, they can either dominate your face or disappear entirely. Their unfortunate (but necessary) proximity to your eyeballs makes it a pretty major no-no to just sweep the haircolour across each brow and hope it doesn’t drip into your eyes. That’s why the goddess of practical beauty created the eyebrow pencil, an unsatisfactory solution, but sometimes better than nothing if your eyebrows happen to be very pale.

Proper Beauty Tools Make Eyebrow Shaping a Breeze Plucking the perfect eyebrow shape can be a stressful task because no one wants painful, over tweezed brows. Follow the lead of make up artists and get the right tweezers and eyebrow care beauty tools. For very little money you can get the same eyebrow tweezers most professional salons use. Learn from the professionals and see some eyebrow care kits that come with everything you need for perfect brows.

Shaping Your Eyebrows: How to get the perfect arch shape Shape is also crucial, and if your eyebrows are coarse, creating and maintaining the ideal shape is difficult because pulling out individual hairs can leave large gaps, or severely shorten the length of a brow if you happen to pull out the half-inch hair on the very end.



The perfect eyebrow starts above the inside corner of your eye (over the tear duct), and ends at the outside corner, above your eyelashes. Eyebrows should have an arch: in nature, it’s rarely where it should be, which is a frustrating commentary on standards of beauty. Ideally, the arch happens over the iris, the coloured part of your eye. It should be gentle, so if you’re planning to reshape your arch, take it very, very slowly. Do a hair or two a day, and err on the side of caution. Hasty plucking can give you a surprised look that lasts for weeks.

How to Pluck Eyebrows with Tweezers: The Do’s and Don’ts Many women pluck their eyebrows with tweezers. Some wax them, but wax is tricky because it’s hard to get an accurate shape. And some go to a hair removal salon to try “threading.” Although threading is now popular in the UK, it is a centuries-old technique of hair removal practiced in India. The eyebrow experts say never, never to pluck your eyebrows from above, but always to pluck from the bottom of the brow. But, if you have some wild or stray or bushy hairs growing above your brows, feel free to carefully pluck those to tidy. It’s okay to trim your eyebrows, this is good if the single hairs are long and thick. You can pluck some hairs and trim the others, brushing them up, evening the ends (be careful not to trim too much!), then brushing them down checking again and again as you go along.

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Papillon said: “There’s nothing like working out in the evening sun with a team of committed adults. Sometimes it’s just us in the park doing our thing, getting fitter and faster with nobody watching us but the birds in the sky and a couple of curious rabbits. One thing is certain, you can always hear a lot of laughter and some good friendships have been made.” For more information visit or call 07815 934182.


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Mix the breadcrumbs in a bowl with the herbs, lemon zest and butter, and season well.


Lay the mackerel skin-side down on a tray and top with the breadcrumbs.


In another bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients and season. Grill the fish on medium-high for 4-5 minutes until it’s cooked and the crust is golden.

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Did you know St Nicholas Hospice Care has a Retail Centre on the Moreton Hall Estate? Many people are unaware of the Boldero Road Retail Centre – which is a treasure trove of second-hand furniture, bric a brac and quality household items – so it is holding a ‘come and see for yourself’ sale and volunteer day. The event, on Saturday 18 June from 10am-4pm, will feature a not to be missed offer – a generous 10 per cent off all prices on the day. Good quality furniture and clothes, a volunteer stand for those who might be interested in helping out at the centre, music and refreshments will also be on offer. Darren Devine, Retail Centre Manager said: “We’re fussy about what we sell – we aim for quality products on the shop floor at sensible prices as we want our customers to return. “Why not come along and see what’s in store?” Don’t miss out on the chance to pick up a bargain from our treasure trove of donated furniture. And, as every penny will go towards helping us to



provide hospice services, you will know you have contributed to helping local people with terminal illnesses. The centre is open to the public six days a week and there is free parking outside, too. Donations always wanted Are you upgrading your furniture or simply wanting to offload any unwanted items? The Hospice is always looking for good quality items to be donated. Perhaps you have a piece of furniture you no longer use and would be willing to give? Your donations would be greatly appreciated and in turn you will be helping the Hospice to help those in need. Collections can be arranged. For more information, please call 01284 747622. Retail Centre opening hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 9am-4pm. Closed for lunch 12:30-1pm. Wednesday 9am-12:30pm. Saturday 9:30am-1pm.


JUNE 2011 List items for sale free of charge to Moreton Hall Residents, email:

TRAMPOLINE 1 YEAR OLD / SLIDE & SWINGS £50 ono. Tel: 07862 712041. Boy’s Bike colour: Blue. £30. Tel. 07862 712041. Ladies Raleigh racing bike white, pink/lilac, excellent frame condition, £60 ono. Tel. 01284 767441.

Tony Hawk’s Underground Official Strategy Guide and two old 2005 Skateboard Magazines FREE to a good home! Tel: 01284 718672 16 model railway magazines (all 2010 issues) Free to a good home! Tel: 01284 718672

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 or pennies in the process? Please include: 1. Brief description of the item. 2. The price. 3. Your telephone number.

Please note that the publisher can take no responsibility for the claims made by sellers regarding the goods for sale, nor are they liable for any claim with regards to the item or any payment transactions between buyer and seller.

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Barbecued Fruit Parcels Nectarines and plums sprinkled with a yummy crunchy topping and dark rum- mmm! Enjoy a touch of indulgence at the end of your barbie with this unmissable dessert.



700g firm mixed fruit of your choice cut up into bite sized pieces eg: nectarines, red and yellow plums

2. Place the fruit, ginger biscuits, cinnamon and brown sugar in a bowl and mix together carefully

2 ginger biscuits, crushed 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1 level tbsp dark brown sugar 4 tsp dark rum

Serves 4 5 1/2 syns on all days

1. Preheat the barbecue

3. Cut four large squares of foil. Place a few spoonfuls of the fruit mixture in the middle of each and start to fold up to make a little parcel. Sprinkle each with 1 teaspoon of rum and tie securely. 4. Place on baking tray and cook on the barbecue for 10-15 minutes. Alternatively cook them in a preheated over at 200oC/Gas 6 for 15-20 minutes. These are delicious served with a little ice cream. themhd



Is your child an inter-nightmare? It has been suggested in the news, that kids spend too much time on computers, watching TV and using social media…

Our society today seem to conduct their whole lives online, so is it any wonder our children are doing the same? It could be argued that we are breeding a generation of inter-nightmares. According to recent studies, the average child sponges in 2.5 hours of music each day, almost five hours of TV and films, three hours of Internet and video games, and just 38 minutes of oldfashioned reading! With social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook taking over social time, children spend the majority of their time hooked up to their parents computers, or now more commonly, their own! Blogging is now becoming more popular among older children. It’s great to encourage any form of writing, but in the form of blogging perhaps limit to twice weekly postings. Remember that even writing a blog can become addictive. There’s writing a blog, and then there’s spending all free time fixed to a computer screen. We are perhaps all a little guilty of that once in a while! Without becoming a nag, it’s wise to monitor and limit the time your child spends surfing the web, playing interactive video games, or messaging. Not only will limiting time give you more time as a family, but it will encourage other activities such as sport and reading. So, if you find it hard to tear your child away from the computer try these three steps into controlling their time online…

Talk with your child about his/her excessive computer usage.

Move the computer to an open area if it’s not already in one.

Find out if there are any specific reasons that they spend so much time on the computer sometimes the computer functions as an escape from reality. If your child is facing problems that are causing a desire to “escape”, try and address those.

Sometimes taking it out of the child’s bedroom is sufficient to reduce their computer usage, and it makes it easier to monitor their time online.



family&home Set a time limit on the amount of time your child can spend on the computer/social sites each day. H First, tell your child their time limit and see if they’re able to stick to the limit. H If your child can’t control their time on the computer on his own (which may show that their addiction is serious), start using a timer. Once the timer goes off, your child has to get off the computer. H Set a time limit on the amount of time for yourself in order to be a good role model. If your children see you following your own rules, then they will be more likely to follow.

Encourage other activities, such as going to the cinema as a family or walking. Maybe take up a new hobby as a family or organise regular day trips out instead of everyone spending their weekends fixed to the TV or computer. The important thing to remember is that children should be allowed online, and to completely ban them from the computer will only make the problem worse. Always use parental control on your computer, this way, when your children are online, you know their safe and not going onto sites which may contain adult content, or have chat rooms.

If you try these techniques together as a family, it’ll put those inter-nightmares to bed!


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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., see the Woodland Ways noticeboard in the Community Centre, contact Nick Sibbett on 01284 723847 or email information@



Elm and the

white-letter hairstreak Those of us old enough to remember the 1970s may remember the tall, majestic elm trees which graced the towns and countryside of England. Elm was one of our commonest trees, with many uses throughout history. For example, elm wood is resistant to splitting and was used for wagon wheel hubs, chair seats and coffins, and was favoured as a source of timber for keels in ship construction. The wood is resistant to decay when permanently wet, and hollowed trunks were widely used as water pipes in medieval Europe. Elm was used as piers in the original London Bridge. In the 1970s, Dutch elm disease spread through the country and killed practically all mature elms. The disease is caused by a fungus, carried from tree to tree by a little beetle which burrows under elm bark. The elm bark beetle cannot penetrate bark of

young elms, and only when the trees reach a few metres high can the disease be caught. Elm remains a common species, but generally is only found in hedgerows where regular cutting keeps it adequately juvenile so the beetle can’t unwittingly bring its deadly spores. Elm is present in Moreton Hall, in a number of places. You can see it in the hedge alongside the cycle path from Sebert Wood school to Salter Close, and also in the hedge along Orttewell Road next to Home Covert. No doubt it is in a number of other rural hedges encapsulated in Moreton hall, if only you look. And if you do find some elm, June is the best time to look out for white-letter hairstreak butterflies. It lays its eggs only on elm and is not common in Suffolk. Any sightings you make would be gratefully received (phone or email as below).

Local News... from Councillor Frank Warby



I would just like to thank each and everyone of you who put your trust in me by voting me back as one of your Borough councillors, for the next four years. I assure you that your faith in me will not be lost. I will, as I have in the past, work to make our Estate the best it can be. I will make sure your views and concerns are heard.

Some facts about the election itself. There was a 41% turnout and 61% of that was postal votes, this proves the value of having a postal vote. Should any of you wish to know more about the postal vote, please contact me and I will explain everything to you. Another misconception that was going around during the election, was that people only had one vote. This was wrong there were three seats up for election and therefore everyone had three votes, with five candidates you had a choice of any combination of three out of the five, not just one. The next election is for the County Council and this takes place in two years time. On this occasion there is only one seat and therefore you have one vote no matter how many candidates are put forward.

WHATEVER IS NEXT Over the past two months or so, we have had a spate of eggs been thrown at the church, the youth club, a house on King Fisher Road and one on Raedwald Drive. Some of the eggs are domestic chicken but sadly some are pheasant eggs removed from nests around our fields and woodlands. This mindless carry on is not what we expect in our area, if anyone knows who is responsible, please let the police know.


We all know that the road outside Tesco mini store is a cycle path and double yellow lines. I have had several emails from mothers who have to leave the path and walk on the road. This is very dangerous both for the mums and the children. I have forwarded the emails on to the police, hopefully they will do something about it.


I read in the May issue of this magazine about the possibility of having a bridge over Mount road linking Natters Wood to 10 acre field, what a good idea. I will support this and would like to work with Woodland Ways to get this done. I will contact them and see what, if anything, we, the council can do. Like they say, we have some wonderful walks around the estate and making them more accessible would make sense. The above picture is of the walk from Leyhill Covet The Youth Club AGM will be held on the 10th June up to Salter Close. at 7pm in the youth club, all are welcome, please


support us. As part of our on going fundraising the club is available for hire at very reasonable rates, ring 01284 704138 for details. The club is unused during the day for most of the time.

Until next time keep safe. Frank

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The WI News May brought the Resolution meeting and this time there was a good deal of discussion on all sides of both resolutions. The economic impact of large farms on local communities and small farmers, cheap meat? the pollution from all that expelled gas! Then on to the libraries, although a local issue that is dear to many hearts and a lifeline to the elderly and young mums, could this be influenced nationally? What other services would be cut instead? While we discussed, we enjoyed a “pudding night” – tasting various desserts and cheese and biscuits provided by members. Lots of competitions to enter and some lovely social events to plan for the next few months. A good evening with a lucky table winning 4 of the raffle prizes! Can’t be bad! Come and join us on the first Wednesday of the month at the Community Centre, 7.30pm.

SEBERT WOOD PRIMARY FAMILY FUN DAY SATURDAY 25TH JUNE 2011 12 UNTIL 3PM Attractions include: Team Jungle Assault Course Tin Can Alley Smash the Crockery US Fire Department—water display Crazy Golf Wiggle go-karts Bouncy Castle Talent Show Magic Show And much more!





News New baby fair launches in West Suffolk The West Suffolk Baby & Toddler Fair 10th July 2011 - Culford School, Bury St Edmunds. 10am to 4pm:

will be available to advise prospective parents about their birthing options, or allay any worries or issues they may have.

The West Suffolk Baby & Toddler fair is a fundraising event to raise money for new equipment on the Central Delivery Suite of the West Suffolk Hospital. Organised in association with the West Suffolk Maternity Services Liaison Committee (MSLC) by the Co-Chair of the committee – Sandra Squire.

There will be a play area and face painting for children, together with a refreshment area with a fantastic selection of sandwiches, wraps and the famous chocolate brownie’s provided by ‘The Self Centre’.

After the opening of the new Midwife Led Birthing Unit in 2010 and the unit’s subsequent popularity and success, we would like to introduce some of the features used on the Birth Unit to the Central Delivery Suite. Including: l A Combitrac birthing system for one delivery room, to assist with active birth l Pain relief and massage goody boxes for every room l CD/MP3 player for every room l New tea facilities This is the first event locally of its kind. From pregnancy and birth to babies and toddlers, there will be something of interest for everyone: Throughout the day there will be a variety of activities and workshops on offer, aimed at expectant parents, the parents of babies and toddlers, or the babies and toddlers themselves! The demonstration area will showcase everything from hypnobirthing and yoga in pregnancy, to music classes for toddlers. The Midwives from The West Suffolk Hospital



A quiet feed area will be provided for mums to sit and relax while feeding their babies and changing facilities will also be available. Admission charges: £2.50 per person, Under-16’s Free. This new event is currently supported by ‘Culford School’, ‘The Self Centre’ and ‘Bright Moon Limited’; however we are actively looking for further sponsors and supporters, willing to contribute to our overheads, or our growing list of fantastic raffle prizes. Any support local companies could offer would be gratefully received. All proceeds of the fair will go directly to the Maternity Department.

For sponsor or supporter information, exhibitor and other enquiries: Contact: Sandra Squire West Suffolk Baby & Toddler Fair

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Community Primary School As part of the school’s summer term project, “Roll Up! Roll Up!” Abbots Green Community Primary School have invited a circus into school. The circus will be visiting the school for a week from the 27th June 2011 and will be setting up their Big Top on the school field! During the week the circus troupe will be running circus skills workshops for all the children, as well as running a school assembly in the Big Top and answering the children’s questions during ‘Hot-Seat’ interview sessions. Those children who would like to show off their newly acquired circus skills will be able to join the troupe at a real live circus performance at the end of the week with shows in the Big Top from Thursday through to Sunday. Tickets to the circus performances will be on sale to parents of children at the school, as well as the wider community. Please contact the school on 01284 718818 for further details.



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by Andrew Southwood

Our second baby is obviously an amazing bundle of joy, but (and here’s the catch) since her somewhat dramatic arrival in October I can literally count on the digits of one hand the number of nights she has slept for more than 21/2 hours in one go. ‘Yeah, but that’s obviously slightly exaggerated isn’t it?’ I hear you say. Believe me - I only wish it were. Anyone that has brought up a non sleeping baby (of which I hasten to add this is our second!) won’t be surprised to know that sleep deprivation is used as a means of interrogation. It has even resulted in court trials over whether or not it is a form of torture. If I were on the jury I would definitely agree...assuming that is, I was able to stay awake during the proceedings.

There is one particularly nasty interrogation technique whereby the subject might be kept awake for several days and when finally allowed to fall asleep, suddenly awakened and questioned. It must be a similar feeling to the rare occasions when I finally enter what could be described as a ‘deep sleep’, only to be woken 10 minutes later, not by the baby, but by our toddler calling out for something or other. It’s as if they have cunningly come up with a tag team sleeping pattern, inflicting maximum discomfort on us.

be consciously aware that they are occurring. I am guessing by the very fact that I am still alive at the end of my daily commute and my colleagues at work haven’t mentioned it to me, I’m not quite at that level yet?

I read that when a person has significant sleep deprivation microsleeps can occur. The brain automatically shuts down, falling into a sleep state for a period that can last from a second to half a minute. Essentially, you fall asleep no matter what you are doing. Apparently you wouldn’t even

As I flutter in and out of sleep there are two thoughts that frequently enter my head. Firstly, whoever came up with the phrase ‘sleep like a baby’ was clearly not a parent, and secondly, no matter how exhausted I will feel in the morning, my wife will feel even worse.

In the meantime, there is a light at the end of the tunnel as, at 8 months old now, I have calculated (based on my previous experience) that by early next year I may occasionally potentially be getting as much as 4 or even 5 hrs uninterrupted sleep. I am positively salivating at the thought.




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The Master Composter by Paul Turner

Welcome to the Master Composter feature, where I will tell you about the joys of composting. I am a Master Composter Volunteer, which means that I have been trained by a charity called Garden Organics, in association with Suffolk County Council, and I devote my spare time to encouraging and assisting everyone to compost more. From the complete novice to the veteran composter, if you have a question about composting, then I will use this page to answer them.

There’s a pest in the compost! We all know that a compost heap is a self contained ecosystem with many mini beasts and animals, ranging in size from Microbial up to small mammals and reptiles.

the implications of doing so on the beneficial creatures. Any addition of poison or chemical can have a serious affect on the populations of creatures within a compost.

Not all of them are wanted, beneficial or pleasant but they are attracted to compost heaps and bins because they are teeming with other forms of life, which provide food, and provide a modicum of shelter and protection.

So what have we got living in a compost pile? Starting with the smallest inhabitants, different bacteria will start to be attracted to fresh compost material as temperatures start to increase. Mesophilic decomposers are the 1st to arrive and start to feast on the organic waste. By their very actions the compost starts to heat up even more and, unable to survive this temperature, a new Bacteria, thermophilic microorganisms, move in and feast on the vegetation and as that runs short, the bodies of the

In fact there are very few creatures that can be found in compost that don’t actually contribute in some way to the decomposition process. Before we declare all out war on the undesirables we have to consider



Mesophilic bacteria. This in turn generates more heat and results in the Thermophilic bacteria dying off. Fungi then make a bid for dominance as the pile cools down but this can be affected by adding fresh compostable material and starting the process again. By keeping the compost at a high temperature you can reduce the amount of time it takes for the heap to reach maturity. Fungi can include Mushrooms, mould and yeasts and their presence indicates that the heap is at the right temperature for worms who contribute a huge amount to the creation of the finished compost.

family&home Now that the heap’s main changeable stage has passed, the heap is invaded by a wide variety of creatures:

As you can see there are many more beneficial creatures than Unwanted. Also the Undesirables can also be beneficial but are usually the ones we really class as pests. For instance: Slugs and snails are a real menace to gardeners. However, in a compost bin they are contained and can speed up the composting process. Under no circumstances should you put slug pellets or powder inside the compost as it can kill other organisms in the bin and disrupt the ecology within the heap. Protect young plants in the garden from attack by the slugs and snails by methods other than the pellets and powder, and the slugs and snails can remain in the compost helping out. Fruit flies, as we all know this year, are attracted to compost heaps because of the rotting fruit that we add to the pile. I realise that having a swarm of tiny flies rise up from the heap everytime you open the lid is going to be off putting. The is that they are harmless and their larva will eat and further decompose the vegetable matter. Try burying

Beneficial Worms Millipedes (v) Sow Bug (v) or woodlice Spiders Springtails Beetles Pot worm

Unharmful Grass snakes Hedgehogs Black soldier fly maggots Slow worms Frogs Toads

Undesirable Slugs and snails Mites Ants

Unwanted Rats and mice

Fruit flies Centipede Earwigs

Rats and mice are not wanted in a compost heap. You can avoid attracting them by excluding all meat, fish and dairy products Mites are related to spiders and as from the compost which will such give many people the creeps also keep other types of flies out of the heap too as they mostly when they see them crawling lay their eggs in decaying animal across the vegetable matter in a heap. They eat dead plant matter remains. as well as fly larvae and springtails If rats are still a problem then consider placing the compost bin but they essentially do no harm in a heap. Spiders, although I put onto a small gauge wire mesh them in beneficial, many people that will create a barrier for them. will see them as a pest. They are The positioning of the compost in fact a great natural pest control in a position where it will be disturbed by human activity daily and will feed on flies and other can often deter rodents, especially creatures we would rather do if a pathway has crunchy stones without. to walk on. Ants often make nests in heaps The “Unharmful” list contains and by creating a network animals that will shelter in a of tunnels speed the process compost bin and often uses it to allowing oxygen to move lay eggs such as the grass snake. If through the heap and mix up you discover your heap is being the contents for us a little bit. However, their presence indicates used by a grass snake then try not to disturb it, allow nature that the heap is dry and that to run it’s course and when it’s wet, or green material, such as vegetable, fruit peelings and grass youngsters are ready, it will leave the heap and you can go back to needs to be added to restore a healthy balance. Water can also be using it as normal. If this should happen consider it a privilege that added to increase the moisture your heap was chosen. content. fruit in the middle of the heap or cover with a layer of finished compost.

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Christ Church Moreton Hall Thank you very much for all your support during Christian Aid week no total is available yet but we the courteous welcome you gave to both our runners and our collectors. Also a big thank you to Rick Wakeman, and the Moreton Hall Youth Centre for their support of this event. The period in the Christian year between Easter and Pentecost is probably the most important for Christians. During this time we commemorate that Jesus not only rose from the dead, but He appeared to hundreds of his disciples, ate with them, taught them, allowed them to touch and feel Him, and finally gave them commands to guide them for the rest of the history of the Christian Church. This period ends with the Feast of the Ascension followed by the Day of Pentecost. Pentecost reminds us of when the Holy Spirit came down from heaven not only to empower the church but also to indwell everyone who believes and to enable them to live the sort of life God wants us to lead.

Spirit. The dove is a bird of peace. The presence of God in our lives gives us deep and abiding peace. This enables us to face all the trials and tragedies of this life with the full assurance that God knows us and loves us and will bring us safely through. The symbol of water is to remind us that God cleanses us from all sin and enables us to start brand new lives. Also water gives energy and causes things to grow, be refreshed and become fruitful. We believe that as the water of the Holy Spirit cleanses us He gives us the energy and life-giving fruit we need to live our lives. Fire has the ability not only to consume but to transform. We believe that by the power of the Holy Spirit we can transform ourselves, transform our churches and, of course, transform the society in which we live. It gives us fresh enthusiasm and greater strength to face every challenge good or bad.

Finally, the symbol of oil is to show us that God can heal. Oil in ancient times was used to rub The Holy Spirit has four symbols. into wounds to cleanse them and make them whole. Oil is The first is a dove, the second similarly used today. There is is water, the third is fire and the nothing like being massaged with fourth is oil. Each one of these symbols has a special significance oil for tired muscles and limbs to be restored. By the power for those who receive the Holy



of the Holy Spirit in our time at Christ Church we have seen many peopled healed from a whole range of diseases and bodily difficulties. As you face the challenges of your life, do you need more peace? Do you need to be cleansed and revitalised? Do you need to be transformed? Do you need to know deep and lasting healing in your life? If so, the Holy Spirit is hovering above our church longing to come down and touch those who need Him. Over the last twenty years, the Holy Spirit has made such a difference to so many people. Why don’t you be one of them? This Pentecost why not join us as we seek to renew our faith and encounter Him again. With every good wish Yours sincerely, Jonathan Ford

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Newsletter Summer is finally here; we hope everyone is enjoying the warmer weather. With the warmer weather we also have the longer and lighter evenings and the temptation to leave windows and doors open. Suffolk Police would like to urge people to be aware of Bogus Callers that may take advantage of this. • LOCKED - Keep your front and back doors locked, even when at home • STOP – Are you expecting anyone? Do they have an appointment? • CHAIN – Secure door bar or chain, before opening the door • CHECK – Ask for a photo identity card and if in doubt, check it • REPORT – Any suspicious callers with a 999 call • DESCRIPTIONS – Make note of description of callers or vehicles PLEASE BE ALERT WHEN OUT SHOPPING There have been reports of a few purse thefts from people whilst out shopping, we should like to remind you to please be aware of anybody who may approach you and distract you – one victim was bumped into by a male, they then found that their purse and wallet were missing. Keep your purse, bag, wallet close to you at all times and do not let a stranger distract your attention from your belongings at any time. We had a similar motive late last year with offenders distracting/confusing cashiers at supermarkets, when asking for change.

THE NEXT PRIORITY MEETING FOR THE PUBLIC The next priority meeting that you, the public can address your concerns and issues to, is on Wednesday 8th June 2011 at Sainsburys, Bedingfeld Way, Bury St Edmunds in the restaurant. The meeting will begin at 7.00 pm and finish at approximately 9.00 pm. These priorities will then be problem solved by partner agencies including the Suffolk Police, St Edmundsbury Borough Council, Havebury Housing, Suffolk County Council and others, to specifically target the problems experienced by residents. We look forward to seeing you all. This is your opportunity to come along and find out about what is happening in your local area, raise any concerns or issues you may have or just simply to meet your local officers.

PCSO 3236 Emma Stacey Tel: 01284 774100 Email: PC 32 Mo Arondel Tel: 01284 774100 Email: Sgt David Hill Tel: 01284 774100 Email: Inspector Jane Hertzog Tel: 01284 774100 Email




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in the garden Roses will be flowering well now and should be dead-headed regularly to ensure further blooms. Make sure that the plants do not go short of water and treat any signs of disease and aphid attack.

Harvest new potatoes when plants are in full flower. Gently dig a distance from the main stems of the plants and pull the tubers from the ground. Fork over the surrounding soil to reveal the rest of the unattached potatoes.

Garden centres should have a good selection of bedding plants to plant now for Summer colour. Look out for half-hardy perennials such as Diascia and Verbena, which will give loads of flower power through Summer until the first frosts.

Remember to feed tomato plants weekly once the first truss of fruit has set. Make sure the plants do not go short of water, checking them at least twice a day. Remove any side shoots as they appear on plants grown as cordons.

Remember to feed your containers and hanging baskets weekly with a liquid feed such as Miracle Gro or Tomorite. Dead-head spent blooms regularly. Climbing plants should be tied-in to their supports as they grow. Thin out woody growths from early flowering Clematis if necessary and prune back long current year’s growth on Wisteria. Reward Wisteria after flowering with a feed of general fertilizer such as Growmore. Hoe between crops in the vegetable garden whenever the soil is dry. This will help to keep on top of germinating weed seedlings as they emerge. Hoeing also helps keep moisture in the soil.



Compost any material from the garden and also vegetable waste from the kitchen. Layer-up coarse material with grass clippings and other finer material, in your compost bins. Add an activator such as Garotta to speed up the composting process.Give your late-flowering perennials the ‘Chelsea chop’ at the beginning of the month, pruning back the new growth by half. This will delay flowering a little, but create more shoots and flowers to give a stunning late show. Plants that will benefit from this include Asters, Veronicastrum and Phlox paniculata varieties. Remember to keep an eye on slug and snail damage in the garden and treat with your chosen control method as soon as any problems are seen. Little and often is the key to slug and snail control.

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Gemini (May 22-June 21)

A friendship might suffer if money becomes an issue. You will be able to get along well with colleagues. Try not to hurt your partner’s feelings. Travel for business purposes may bring the highest returns.

Listen to a good friend who is truly looking out for your best interests. Exaggeration or deception coupled with overindulgence might be a problem. You will have the ability to capture the interest of others. Discord may arise with someone you’re close to.

Your charm will attract someone special. Don’t make accusations unless you are completely sure that you are correct. Don’t overspend on luxury items. Family get-togethers will be interesting.

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Lucky day: Sunday.

Lucky day: Tuesday.

Cancer (June 22-July 22)

Leo (July 23-Aug 22)

Virgo (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23)

You can make new friends and experience new things if you do a bit of travelling. You can offer your mate a commitment or promise that will help stabilise your personal life. Find out if they have other commitments. Your charm will attract members of the opposite sex.

Enjoy some socializing this month. Be on your best behaviour. Stretch the truth, and you may get blamed for something you didn’t do. If you haven’t already, consider starting your own business.

Social evenings at your place will be highly successful. Implement your ideas into your projects at work. Don’t get involved in idle chatter that will hurt your position. Don’t press your luck with your loved ones.

Lucky day: Saturday.

Lucky day: Thursday.

Libra (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23)

Scorpio (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)

Sagittarius (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21)

You can handle situations that require contact with institutions or large corporations. Too much talk might lead to hassles. Uncertainties are still prevailing. You could be misinterpreted if you’re not careful.

Communication must be open, precise, and honest. Daydreaming will be your downfall. Your personal life will be disrupted if you have been too busy with business. You will easily blow situations out of proportion.

Lucky day: Saturday.

Lucky day: Wednesday.

You may not be too pleased with the actions of those you live with. Tempers may flare if you haven’t been completely honest about your intentions or your whereabouts. Set aside any decisions regarding your personal life this month. Go to the top if you’re being harassed or held back.

Lucky day: Tuesday.

Lucky day: Friday.

Capricorn (Dec 22.- Jan. 20)

Aquarius (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19)

Pisces (Feb. 20-Mar. 20)

Talk to your emotional partner about your intentions. You’ll be surprised how much you can accomplish. You will benefit through hidden assets and property investments. Look into alternate means of supporting your financial burdens.

Your mate may not have been honest with you. You will meet some interesting people if you at tend promotional functions. Don’t believe everything you hear. Take a short business trip if possible.

Try to keep your opinions to yourself. Don’t make large purchases unless you have discussed your choices with your mate. Your ability to see other people’s points of view will allow you to come to reasonable agreements. You’re not your usual self this month.

Lucky day: Tuesday.



Lucky day: Friday.

Lucky day: Monday.



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5 Ways to Save for your Dream Summer Holiday... When times are tough, a holiday is a big expense some of us have to forgo... but start saving now and you could be jetting off next year! Experts from consumer organisation Which? have come up with these tips to initially save for, and then pay for, that dream holiday. 1. Choose a Best Rate instant access savings account

Instant access savings accounts have the advantage of allowing you to access your money at any time. It may be that you decide to fly off to Greece or Spain at the last minute and need to get your hands on your cash straight away. The top instant access Best Rate accounts are paying around 3% at the moment.

2. Fixing the date

If you are planning a holiday for next year or perhaps an around the world trip in the future, fixed-rate deals will tie up your money until then to ensure that you aren’t tempted to dip into your holiday fund. There are currently some 1-year fixed-rate deals paying around 3.5%, while you can get nearly 4% on 2-year fixed rate accounts.

3. ISAs are the answer

Now that we are in the new tax year you should make sure that you’ve used up your tax-free cash ISA allowance for 2011/12 before you put money into other savings products. You are allowed to put up to £5,340 into a cash ISA up until 5 April 2012.

4. Regular savers for all you ravers

Regular savings accounts are great for putting money away each month to save for a particular purpose, in this case that cruise you’ve had your heart set on for years or catching up with the relatives in Australia or New Zealand.

5. Go now, pay later....

There is a way in which you can go on holiday now and pay for it later, without incurring high interest charges. The best credit card deals with 0% on purchases allow you to pay for the holiday now and pay no interest for up to 15 months. Paying by credit card also means you’ll get extra protection under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. Make sure you keep up the minimum monthly repayments on the credit card though, or you could lose the 0% interest deal.

...and when you’re there

It’s also important to make sure that you get the most out of your money when you’re away by using the best card options. The best credit cards to use abroad charge you nothing extra for using them for purchases in Europe. Many also have no extra fees for shopping worldwide.

Wherever you choose to go, have a great holiday, and don’t forget to get travel insurance before you head overseas.




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bury & moreton hall police

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alcoholics anonymous

0845 769 7555

cocaine anonymous

0800 612 0225

focus 12 (addictions)

01284 701702 chemist

01284 723061 suffolk diabetes interest group (suffdig)

01284 774808

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01284 774100 christ church moreton hall

01284 725391 rail

0845 748 4950 bus station

01284 702020 first eastern

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