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ISSUE 22 - NOV 2010

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Welcome to November, a month of spending, eating and fireworks. By the time you read this the fireworks should be just happening (let’s hope you’re out enjoying them). This month brings some new advertisers and I’d like to welcome them personally to the Stowmarket Flyer. Thank you to those who have contacted us with regards to columnists we hope this will be a enjoyable read for all of you in the months to come and for anyone still interested please do get in contact with us. On a personal note I’d like to take this chance to thank everyone who attended my birthday celebrations over the Halloween Gary Rayner, Editor weekend, I had a great time and it’s always nice to have your closest friends and loved ones around you whenever possible. The weekend also allowed myself and my family to say goodbye to my Grandad (Ronald Eric Pout) who passed away on the 16th of October and who’s funeral it was on the 29th of October, he was a very loved man by everyone he knew especially me and this only leaves me to thank Andrew Bingham Funeral Directors very much for caring from him these past few weeks and making sure the day went off without a hitch. There is a poem on page 10 from myself, I hope you don’t mind me sharing this with you. On a happier note we need delivery people for all over Stowmarket, Needham Market and surrounding areas. Please make yourself known to use and we will let you know available areas and rates

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Stowmarket Christmas Festival 26th November to 5th December The new Stowmarket Christmas Festival launches at the end of November and will feature various events around the Town organised by the churches and the Town Council. Highlights include the Parish Church lights switch on with Neil Innes on Friday 26th November, stand-up comedy at the Regal the same night (starts 8pm) and the big Town Centre lights switch on on Friday 3rd December (see below). Keep a look out for the festival guide that will be distributed to every house in the area. This includes a full festival listing. You can also find out more information at and

Stowmarket Town Centre Lights switch on Friday 3rd December Comedian James Redmond - the former Hollyoaks and Casualty actor has been booked to turn the Christmas lights on this year. His appearance is part of a fantastic evening of events and entertainment in the Market Place, Bury Street and Old Fox Yard between 5pm and 8pm. Highlights include a range of great music acts such as Dumbfoundus, Ipswich Youth Steel Band, Ipswich Community Gospel Choir, Dave Collins, musicians from Stowmarket Concert Band and local schools (TBC). There will be a snow machine, children's stalls and rides, various commercial and charity stalls and much more. To find out exactly what is happening where, please visit .

door. For more information, please contact Daniel Harvey on 01449 776394 or email

Recreation Ground Play Area and Skatepark work set to start soon We are still on course to start work on the improvements to play provision at the Recreation Ground during the first week in December. The project will see the installation of a new play area, skatepark, CCTV camera and teenage shelter whilst the old skatepark will be converted into a ballpark. For more information, please contact Daniel Harvey on 01449 776394 or email

Community Centre There are plenty of activities going on at Stowmarket Community Centre throughout winter, so why not come and join a class or group? Or why not book a room for your Christmas event? For information on room and main hall hire please call Heather Tooke on 01449 613084 or e-mail

Fundraising event for John Peel Centre Project As part of fundraising for the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts project which aims to convert the Corn Exchange into a top quality arts centre. A live music event as part of Stowmarket Christmas Festival at Chilton Fields Sports and Social Club is being held on Friday 3rd December. The evening will start at around 8pm and will feature two excellent local music acts. Firstly, the jazzy pop trio "Zoom Club" featuring two ex-members of the highly popular Steela-3-Wheela and excellent pianist Glen Robinson. Secondly, the brilliant and impossible-not-to-like duo Dumbfoundus will be showcasing their superb interpretations of all sorts of covers, mixed in with great original tunes. Entry costs just ÂŁ5 on the


Last month’s crossword answers

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Needham Market Aerials Ltd. Needham Market Aerials Ltd has been rated as "Outstanding" by the Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) during their recent 2010 Annual inspection.

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Hello everyone, I hope that you are well? I am now offering as part of my treatments, eye lash and eyebrow tinting and Eyelash perming. C1085 The benefits of having your eye treatThere are nine different aspects of Customer Care and Service delivery ments done with a professional is that that are scrutinised by the CAI inspectors; Needham Market Aerials you know they are going to look good achieved standards of excellence in all categories. and of course it is less hassle rather than trying to do it yourself. Eyelash and brow tinting can really enhance the eyes and facial features, makIn summary the inspector concluded; ing them stand out and look defined. Also it is great to have them done if you have just coloured your hair and need the eye hair completed. "Customer orientated and meticulous in his approach, Brow and lash tinting is a simple and efficient way of covering up any Simon Little refuses to compromise on quality in any area. possible grey hairs and the tint should last three to four weeks. It is a very Excellent assessment!" popular treatment for both ladies and men. Another great way to enhance your eyes is to have an eyelash perm. It is To celebrate this achievement NMA Ltd a simple way to gain fuller and curlier lashes which in turn makes the are offering all Stowmarket Flyer readers a lashes look longer. There is no need to wear mascara after the treatment 10% discount off their website price and if combined with an eyelash tint then you will get the effect that guide. Visit and mascara gives without having to apply anything daily. The perm is comensure that you book before Christmas. pletely safe and consists of a collagen treatment to strengthen the lashTake advantage of this offer to book your es. This is a cost effective treatment as this should last for approximately digital aerial upgrade or your Freesat three months. I offer: installation. z Eyelash tinting for £10 z Eyebrow tint for £5 z Eyelash perm for £30 z From the New Year most of Suffolk will be Gift Vouchers and New Treatments Available counting down to the July deadline which for Christmas! will see the end of Analogue TV services. This may leave many households without Don't forget Harmonize Beauty offers gift vouchers at £5.00, £10.00 and the full channel line-up if they have not £20.00 so you can treat your loved ones to some perfect pampering. prepared themselves or taken the right Digital TV Aerial New treatments to look out for include:advice. Full body exfoliation- a delightful full body scrub to make your skin feel soft and glow. Great before a manual tan or spray tan, of just if you want Needham Market Aerials remain grateful to our local community to give your skin some extra love and attention. It's a great way to relax residents for the repeat business and loyalty that is so frequently and take time out. £20 apparent and look forward to being of service during the "Digital Back facial- A delightful treatment for back including, cleansing, toning, Switchover" exfoliating, massage, mask and moisturise. If you love back massages For more details about the "Analogue Switch Off" contact and facials, then try this treatment as it's a truly indulgent pleasure! £35 Simon Little on 01449 721100 or visit the "Frequently Asked Manual tanning- To really look your best throughout the winter months, a tan can give a healthy glow. Combined with the full body exfoliation, tan Questions" page of the CAI website on is applied to the body and evenly worked on. A great way to look and feel great! £27


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Churches success with new initiative

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Stowmarket United Reformed Church which until recently had been uncertain of it's future, is pleased with the achievement of a new youth group set up in response to the number of young people who use it's forecourt most evenings. Meeting once a month, on a Wednesday evening from 7pm, church members have been engaging with up to 50 youths aged between 15 and 25 years.

Caroline Eade who was instrumental in organizing the project said "We had wondered what their response would be, but it is amazing how the youngsters have responded to this initiative and making certain of saying "thank you"." The church provides hot chocolate and cake along with a listening ear. John Webb publicity officer for Stowmarket U.R.C. said "This is just one of the ongoing projects with young people which we have recently started" The church has a thriving new mother and toddler group which meets each Tuesday during term time from 1-15pm until 3-00pm. in the church hall. Called the Little Dippers, the children play and the mums and helpers chat over a cup of tea. Our newest project which started on 3rd October is aimed at the 5 to 9 year old age group is Messy church. This is an opportunity to play games, create arts and crafts, take part in a selection of activities, listen to Bible stories and enjoy refreshments. This group meets next on 1st November between 6pm and 7-30pm in the main hall. This is open to all young people who will be made most welcome.

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They're Scandinavia's biggest export after ABBA… and after 25 years, Norweighan music pioneers a-ha are calling it a day. Town 102's Paul Morris caught up with Morten Harket and Magne Furuholmen from the band, ahead of their 'Ending on a High Note' tour. It's hard to believe it has been 25 years since Take On Me first came out - why have you chosen to go your separate ways now? Morten: it's a perfect opportunity - it's been 25years! I'd rather have the feeling that you're leaving the party before you get too drunk and make a fool of yourself, and get thrown out! Magne: we've given it 25 years, and we're still in good shape. We are, in many ways, at the peak of our capacity, and we still have an open opportunity to embark on other things. It's a wonderful privilege to do this at this time in our lives. In the last couple of years, a lot of 80s stars have come out of the woodwork to give the music career another shot - but you guys have kept on going! Your last album 'Foot of the Mountain' reached number two in the UK charts in 2009… can you imagine yourselves ten years down the line, perhaps giving it another bash? Morten: do you realise the age we would be in 2020?! The Stones made geriatric rock cool and there's nothing wrong with that, but I think everyone's different. Either you have to look at it very cynically, and say "I'm going to do it because it's the most successful thing I've ever done, and it's what everybody wants" and just take the moeny and run… or you have to really believe it's going to be a creative fulfillment and be a team unit that believes in each other and wants to move forward. Magne: we also have the most loyal and tenacious following from the last 25 years, and it's about time we gave them a chance to move on in their lives and not just champion the cause of a-ha! We're binging closure to a lot of people! You're saying goodbye with a UK tour and a last single, 'Butterfly, Butterfly (The Last Hutrrah)' - is it a goodbye song? Magne: yeah, kind of - in a nice way! There wasn't really much time to go in and make


another record, but we wanted to do it for our fans as a last thank you! Both of you have pursued solo music careers alongside being in the band. Are you planning to continue with this? Morten: I'm not planning anything at the moment - I'm planning to have an open calendar after this! And Magne, you've also been doing 'physical' art while being in a-ha, which has been a big part of your life. Is that going to carry on? Magne: physical art makes it sound like experimentations on my own body! [laughs] I've done that too but not very successfully! I have a visual arts practice as an artist - so yes, I'll pursue that. It's all blurring into one though, the music and the visual art. I quite enjoy the idea of crop rotation - potatoes one year, spelt the next. 'Take on Me' was the song was springboarded you into the consciousness of the record-buying public - and part of it was down to THAT video, one of the greatest videos of all time how did the idea of that sketching effect come about? Magne: there was a film on the arts circuit called 'Commuter' which used this rotoscope technique [where animators trace over liveaction film movement, frame by frame] which was then used on Take On Me. It hadn't been seen by a mainstream audience. The idea was discovered by a record company executive called Jeff Ayeroff, who made a-ha his baby in around 1984/5. We released a different version of Take On Me once - it kind of failed and we were a little bit disillusioned by the video we had - it was a really duff one! But with the new video for Take On Me, that technique became widespread - and every time there are those 100 Best Music Videos on TV, it's still up there! Morten: it's one of those videos that could only be made at that time because of the amount of money and time spent on it. It took one man who made 14,000 hand drawn images to make those three minutes of magic. How would you sum up the last 25 years?

Morten: I'm not sure I can! Magne: it's been an incredible ride, it's been an absolute thrill. We've had our ups and ups, and our downs and downs, and I think looking back, there's not much I would change.

a-ha: 25 is available to buy now, and the band's last gig in the UK is at London's Wembley Arena on 27th November.

What made Grandad Grand? Grandad was gentle Grandad was kind Someone you could talk to And say what's on your mind He was patient and mellow and honest and true A man for all seasons, For me and for you Grandad understood And Grandad knew best To know him and love him I really was blessed With patience and time he gave his advice He didn't condemn or say there's a price Grandad I miss you You really we're the best If only you could have made more of the time you had left. I'll live as you taught and honour your name I'll live my life for you Until I see you again So I'll take on your patience, Be honest and true, As a living memorial Grandad I love you

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The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud Director - Burr Steers The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud is the latest offering from Zac Efron, best known for his role as Troy in Disney's High School Musical. The film is based on the book of the same name written by Ben Sherwood. The main draw of this film is clearly the fact that it has teen heartthrob Efron playing the main character Charlie St. Cloud but this is worlds apart from High School Musical, not a musical number in sight! In the film Efron is in his final year of high School and is an expert at sailing, the one everyone wants to beat, and has been offered a sailing scholarship at Stanford University. A party has been arranged to mark the beginning of summer and the deployment of some of his mates to Boot Camp. But Charlie's Mum has been called into work for overtime so he has to babysit his younger brother Sam, played by Charlie Tahan. Sam is obsessed with the Boston Red Socks Baseball team and convinced that their father played for them he watches them on TV as Charlie is preparing dinner trying to sneak out of the house to get the party. Sam catches Charlie trying to leave and here the story starts to unfold. As Charlie is forced to take Sam with him to the party but on the way they are involved in a car crash in which Sam dies and Charlie is brought


back from the dead. The film jumps forward five years to find Charlie living and working the graveyard where Sam is buried, he has given up on sailing, deferred from Stanford and he now he tends to keep himself to himself. Then Tess Carroll played by Amanda Crew comes into his life and he now has to find out who and what he wants with his life. I went into this movie with high hopes as the trailer pulls at the heart strings on more than one occasion and offers you an emotional ride of happiness followed by sadness and you do get this but at such a fast pace, you don't really get to take in the emotion attached to the scene which left me feeling slightly cheated. But having said this I really do feel Zac Efron gives one of his best performances to date he knows when and where to put the right amount of emotion but he still hasn't quite broken away from the Disney heartthrob role. Charlie Tahan gives a really good innocent performance and he and Efron seem to have clear on screen chemistry which works well together. I did cringe though every time Augustus Prew who plays Charlie's best friend Alistair came on to speak as he has one of the strangest accents I have heard in a long time and just did not seem to fit the film in anyway. The Death and Life of Charlie St Cloud is a really good film just let down by the screen writers not giving enough time to the poignant moments of the film and trying to concentrate on the love story rather than the life story. I look forward to reading the book and comparing the two to see which evokes more emotion.

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Another great acquisition! Before the FA Trophy game against Lowestoft Town, Chairman of Needham Market FC David Bugg, announced the appointment of Andy Gould as the new General Manager of the club. David went on to say that "Andy joins us from Bury Town where he was instrumental in that club's rise up the Non League pyramid!" He went on to add that "I consider Andy's appointment to be very important for the future development of Needham Market Football Club. He will be responsible for all team matters off the field, including budgets and player contracts allowing Danny Laws to continue with the great work on the field. I am delighted to welcome Andy on board and hope that he has a long, enjoyable and successful stay with us." Danny Laws stated that "I have been trying for a number of years to get Andy to join me at the club. Having forged a hugely satisfying and rewarding partnership with Andy managing the Suffolk FA County side between 2003 and 2005, culminating with winning the FA County Youth Cup in 2005 at Portman Road, I knew that we could work together successfully again". When asked about his role with the club Andy Gould was quick to point out that "Seeing players that you have worked with as young lads and to see them progressing into the first team is a great feeling. I know many of the Needham lads from their days at Bury Town so working with them again will be a real pleasure." Asked about leaving Bury Town after so many years Andy added "I leave behind at Bury many dear friends but I look forward to working with Danny & the lads again and to continue the journey that this football club has started so superbly." The club welcomes Andy Gould into its ranks and with his experience/expertise working alongside the manager and committee a bright future beckons for the club! Needham Market's Home Fixtures: Saturday 06 Nov at 15:00 Ryman League Div One North NMFC Potters Bar Town Saturday 13 Nov at 15:00 Ryman League Div One North NMFC Great Wakering Rovers Tuesday 23 Nov at 19:45 Ryman League Div One North NMFC Redbridge Saturday 04 Dec at 15:00 Ryman League Div One North NMFC Enfield Town

Stow Town under 8's clinch triple sponsorship deal!

Stowmarket Town under 8's. Back row: Christopher Parr, Harvey Norman, George Tilbrook, Martin Huggins (manager), Aaron Sparrow, Connor Gray, Ross Spence. Front row: Jacob Lawrence, Joseph Bullock, Simon Page, Jamie Gilson, Jake Huggins (not pictured Joshua Walker and Daniel Lee).

Stowmarket Town Football Club November Fixtures:

October Results:

The newly formed Stowmarket Town under 8's celebrated securing a third sponsor before their game against Stowupland Falcons B. The team already have their kit sponsored by The Style T.E.A.M. unisex hair salon in Bury Street, Stowmarket and have had all the equipment for their refreshment stall at home games donated by Stowmarket Caravan Sales Ltd (for caravans, motorhomes and all your camping and caravan supplies) in Bury Road, Stowmarket. Now Stuart Dunwoody Photography (07983631171) (a local photographer who specialises in family portraits, weddings and sports photos), has agreed to sponsor the team's raincoats ready for the winter months. The boys and parents are grateful to all of the sponsors for their continued support. The boys are making great progress and are all improving every week, but best of all they always play with a big smile on their faces whatever the score! Well done boys, you are what football should be about! The team train together at the Stowmarket Town Saturday club, which is held at Wood Ley School between 9.30 and 10.30 every Saturday and is open to all primary school age children from Stowmarket and the surrounding area. If your child is interested in learning the basic skills and having fun with football, come along, all sessions are free (a registration form will need to be completed on arrival).

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Lavenham Farmers' Market The Farmers' Market is held from 10am until 1.30pm in Lavenham Village Hall. Sunday Nov 21st (3rd Sunday) Sunday Dec 19th (3rd Sunday)

Suffolk Branch The Historical Association At our September meeting, Professor Colin Richmond gave a fascinating talk on Richard III, a subject he has spoken and written about for many years. His vast knowledge and research into the subject gave rise to many questions and debate with his very appreciative audience. At the time of writing, our October meeting on the 30th when Robert Halliday will speak on 'The Billy and Charley Forgeries', has yet to take place. In November, Jennifer Jones will give an illustrated talk 'Thank You for My Life - A Lay Woman's Journey Through 1916'. It is the story of a journey she took (not in 1916) from Verdun, via the Somme and Vimy Ridge to Ypres and the effect it had on her. The meeting will take place at 2.30 pm on Saturday 27th November in the Munton and Fison Room, Stowmarket Community Centre, Hillside, Stowmarket, IP14 2BD, where there is ample free parking. To defray costs, donations of £3.00 from non-members would be appreciated. There will be no meeting in December but in January Peter Down will be speaking on 'The Eventful Voyage of HMS Arlanza'. For more information contact: John Pattison on 01449 675693 or email

What’s On Pudding Lunches Sunday 7th and 21st November, 12 noon 2.30pm . Indulge yourself with as many hot and cold puddings as you can eat, served with custard and cream in Ickworth's West Wing Gallery. Bookings essential on 01284 769505, please state dietary requirements and age of child.

Connecting to Orbs Clairvoyance Evening Languard Fort Thursday 11th November 19.00 - 23.00 Contact Patricia 07787 730210

The Trees of Ickworth Tour and Lunch Saturday 13 November, 11am - 3.30pm Booking essential on 01284 735961. Please state dietary requirements when booking.

Sutton Hoo Christmas Gift Fayre Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November,


10.30am - 4.30pm £2 per person, NT members free.

Fish & Chip Quiz

The team behind Stowmarket Carnival will be Flatford Valley Farm Open hosting a fundraising fish and chip quiz night on Saturday November 20th at the Hillside Weekend - Free Event Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November, 11am - Community Centre in Combs Ford. Starts at 7pm and tickets are £10 each with proceeds 3.30pm going to next year's carnival. Teals of up to 6 This 600 year old medieval hall will be open people can compete and a fish and chip free of charge to visitors this weekend supper is included. For more details call Reginald D Hunter plus support 01449 612954. Wednesday 17th November 8pm Ipswich Regent Theatre 01473 433100

Lecture Lunch with Dr. Sam Newton - St Edmund: Last of the Wuffings at Sutton Hoo Sunday 21 November, 11.30am - 2pm Includes coffee and a hot lunch. £22.50, booking essential on 01394 389714.

Essence of Ireland Sunday 21st November 7.30pm Tickets £20, £18 Family ticket £68. Ipswich Regent Theatre 01473 433100

Experience a Victorian Christmas Clive and Christine Paine in full period costume will tempt you with 19th century carols, stories of feastings, customs, dress and readings of the time. Bacton Village Hall, 7.30 pm, Tuesday, 23rd November, Members £ 2, non-members £ 3 Bacton & Cotton Local History Society

Constable Country Ramble: Langham Church Saturday 27 November, 10am - 1.30pm £6.00 per person, booking essential on 01206 298260.

Sutton Hoo Wreath Making Workshop Sunday 28 November, 10am - 1pm or 2pm 5pm Materials and afternoon tea included. £19.50, booking essential on 01394 389714.

Carols in Tranmer House, Sutton Hoo Sunday 28 November at 12noon - sessions of 30 mins of 1930's carols and seasonal songs and hopefully in costume. Contact Geraldine & Friends singing group 01394 275125

The Little Big Club Live in concert Sunday 28th November at 1pm The new 90-minute extravaganza from Premier Stage Productions with Barney, Bob the Builder, Angelina Ballerina, Pingu, Fifi Forgetmenot and Fireman Sam on stage together - something the younger members of the family will never forget! Adults £14 Children £12 family ticket £46. Ipswich Regent Theatre 01473 433100 For more information on any of these What's On's check out Flyer on line:

Firewalking For Cancer Research

Anyone brave enough can sign up for a charity firewalking event taking place at Needham Football Club from 6.30pm, on Saturday November 13th. People interested in taking part and raising sponsorship can call organiser Sarah Quick on 01449 741730 or 07771 621880. Training will be given.

Chocolate Bingo! Fantastic Family Night Out! Saturday 20th November - Needham Market Community Centre 7.00pm. Full Bar Open Entry £5.00 (Under 10's half price) To include scrumptious Supper with dessert Bingo with a real difference! Six exciting games with Special "Kidz only" Game Chocolate related prizes and raffle Final Game Cash Prize First game 7.30 prompt £££££££££ £££££££££ FOR TICKETS CALL 01449 760343 OR email tickets also available from CCLL Charity Shop A CHARITY EVENT FOR CHERNOBYL CHILDRENS LIFELINE

Ones to watch for next month Jumble Sale A Jumble Sale will be held at Stowupland Village Hall on 4th December 2010 at 2pm. In addition to jumble there will also be the following stalls: Cakes, Draw, Bric-a-Brac, Tombola. Admission is 20p and teas will be served at this event. Proceeds to Stowupland Chapel, please come and support us. The Chuckle Brothers 12 Days of Christmas Monday 6th December With a full supporting cast, The 12 Days of Christmas will have you laughing out loud! What a way to start the festive season. Ipswich Regent Theatre 01473 433100

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