Our thanks once again go to Fat Face for allowing us to use their power supply, to Costa Coffee for providing shelter from the elements, and to the people of Woodbridge for their generosity. This practical and inspirational lecture looked at furniture, ceramics, glass, lighting and metal ware, identifying key designs and designers, and examining the revolutionary design movements they began. So why not join us and enjoy good company and interesting talks?
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Talks last about an hour, commencing at 2. Guests and non-members are welcome provided we have enough space. Exceptionally popular lectures will have a visitor limit of 20 spaces. Please contact Wendy Robbins in advance on to check if there is available space. For the latest events and news please visit: www. Our thanks go to the Mayor of Woodbridge, Clare Perkins, who not only agreed to open the exhibition for us, but also to make her selection of the best images from the 57 on display.
Our next meeting is on October 17 when John Field will be exploring the history of Ipswich Wet Dock and its impact on the town. John will follow the dock from its opening in , covering its decline during the latter stages of the last century, and conclude by detailing the planning of the area to create arguably the most successful and exciting regeneration project between the Thames and the Humber. A must for all those interested in local history.
We publish three newsletters a year for members and enjoy interesting day outings and other events.
For more information, including details of future events and outings, contact our membership secretary — membershipesnta gmail. Is this royal settlement of the people buried at Sutton Hoo? Come along and find out. Meetings are held at Martlesham Heath Pavillon at 7. Woodbridge Quay Church is our usual venue on the third Tuesday of the month at 7.
For more information please visit www. A craft club for people who like to try different crafts in a light hearted atmosphere with refreshments, we meet on the fourth Thursday of each month in Rushmere Village Hall from 7. Obviously not the ones that you are currently wearing, but how about those that are hiding at the back of your underwear drawer? If you could use the space we could use your bras!
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New members are always welcome. We are delighted to have 2, members in well over interest groups with new subjects in the pipeline. Visitors are invited to come to one talk before actually enrolling as a full member. If it is your first visit please make yourself known to the campus coordinator so they can welcome you accordingly.
Full details are also available at www. This is a social gathering of people who have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes to share information on diabetes and to talk to other people in similar situations. What are we going to do with them? They will go to a project which supports women and girls who have survived being trafficked and forced into the sex trade in Mozambique, El Salvador and Kenya.
To escape from this horrendous experience they need a sustainable way of earning their own living. Every bras that we collect will enable a woman to set up her own business selling second hand bras, which are a status symbol in these countries and command a good price. It seems such a simple idea to us, but it can have amazing results. Economic independence can give a woman back her self-esteem and self-confidence. Somehow donating a bra feels a rather personal way of holding out a hand to another woman.
Soroptimists in Southend have collected 1, bras. Far be it from us to suggest that we are in competition with a sister club but with your help… Please come and bring your contribution on October 7 — and tell your friends about it. For more information please call our secretary, Joyce: Dr Merret will be detailing the future plans for the new Woodbridge Museum as they move to their new building adjacent to the Tide Mill.
We will hear about the facilities, exhibits and material that will be available for local history research. For further information contact: mlhs. Then why not come along to our quiz night with quizmaster Stephen Foster from BBC Radio Suffolk which promises to be a very entertaining evening. All drinks to be purchased from the bar. These families will receive one to one or group support from trained volunteers because for them the pressures of family life have become too much to cope with alone.
This can be for a variety of reasons such as illness, disability, mental health problems, bereavement, isolation and multiple births.
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New Horizons, the club for older people in the area, has had another great month with entertainment and outings. One of our favourite musical groups, the duo Past Times performed for us recently. The tunes from the 50s and 60s had everyone out of their chairs and dancing enthusiastically. We also had another lovely day by the seaside at Felixstowe. Our visits to The Hut are always so enjoyable, with walks or wheelchair rides along the prom and fish and chips as a lunch option.
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