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A NEW film tells the story of a Suffolk river.‘Life on the Deben’, a feature-length documentary film to be premiered in Woodbridge this December, uncovers astonishing new interpretations of the river’s history, from the latest findings on the Anglo Saxon period to evidence of an extensive medieval port at the river’s mouth. As well as exploring the past, the film will look at how the river’s future can be protected.
NEW Horizons, the club for older people in the area, is expanding! Beginning on August 7th, we will be open on Mondays as well as our usual Thursdays to serve our members in the local community. But to make it more affordable for our clients, we really need a few more people willing to collect members within a five mile radius of Woodbridge and take them to St. Mary’s Hall around 9.45am; and/or pick them up at 2.30pm and take them home. The transport is organised on a rota for when it suits you, and you would be reimbursed to cover your costs. Our members are so appreciative of your help; it really is a pleasure to assist them.
Our days go as follows: after arriving to a welcoming cup (or two!!) of coffee or tea with biscuits, many of the members join in with activities such as art, scrabble, dominos or a game of cards. Some just enjoy a good chat; alternatively they might chose to read the newspapers or a magazine. Several appreciate the opportunity to ask volunteer shoppers to purchase something they need. Anyone who wishes can also join in with the armchair exercises which are fun as well as beneficial. A definite highlight of the day is the delicious home-cooked two course meal followed by more coffee or tea. Then after lunch, we have another activity which might be crafts, a film or slide show or a quiz, etc.
If the day sounds like something you would enjoy, you can contact the number below to make arrangements for a trial visit. Or if you have a few hours free, please consider becoming a volunteer.
New Horizons meets weekly on Monday and Thursdays from 10am – 2.30pm at St Mary’s Church Hall, 11 Market Hill, Woodbridge, IP12 4LP. The cost for the day is £8 with a small additional fee if you require transport. People over the age of 55 are warmly invited to come along and join us. For more information and to make arrangements, please phone 07514 364752 and speak to one of our leaders.
Distributed along the Suffolk Heritage Coast in six editions, the Community News is a monthly paper keeping locals ‘in the know’. The free publication is delivered door to door and put through letterboxes from Martlesham to north of Beccles. With interesting features, news and events, every circulation is a solid source of local info.
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