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Fairtrade in Felixstowe

Felixstowe joined forces with the eight other Fairtrade towns in Suffolk recently to hear a talk by local resident Mike Gidney, the chief executive of the Fairtrade Foundation, on ‘Fairtrade and the Future of Food’. He talked

Summer in Suffolk Museums

Make. Explore. Play. Discover. Summer in Suffolk Museums returns in 2023 to bring families a huge variety of events, activities and workshops over the school holidays. Activities and events are either low-cost or completely free to

Felixstowe’s Community Nature Reserve

Let’s help pond wildlife Ponds are amazing havens for local wildlife. They can be easy to make too! If you simply take a lid off a water butt, fill it with rain water and put it in the ground, you’ve got the easiest pond possible. So,

Ipswich set to host Suffolk Day celebrations

The Mayor of Ipswich is proud to host celebrations for Suffolk Day on 21 June 2023, led by a military parade through the town centre and county ceremony with a ‘Be Free in 23’ theme. Celebrations will start with an early morning parade

St Felix RC Church

Say 'prisoners' and many people think 'bad, dangerous, aggressive, violent, avoid'. Recently, I've started saying a Saturday morning Mass at one of our local prisons, and I get a very different picture. The prisoners I meet are

Felixstowe Salvation Army

Being part of the mainstream church at Easter is an important part of the Christian year for us. We are currently celebrating Lent as part of our build-up to the Easter celebrations. Holy Week for us commences with Palm Sunday; Jesus’

The Felixstowe Society

With almost 500 members, the Felixstowe Society works hard through its active executive committee and enthusiastic volunteers to keep a strong eye on what is happening to our town. Planning applications are commented upon, regular

Felixstowe Garden Club

Felixstowe Garden Club hold their next meeting on Tuesday 11 April, 7-9pm at Old Felixstowe Community Centre, Ferry Road, Felixstowe IP11 9NB, where Ruth Goudy from Kiln Farm Nursery in Kesgrave will talk about Flower Power. Visitors are

Felixstowe Community Choir

Once again, Felixstowe Community Choir has made donations to charities and good causes. A total of £1,500 was given to projects nominated and voted for by choir members. The lucky recipients were: The Hub at St Philip’s in

Felixstowe & Villages Carers Group

We are a group of carers who look after a family member or friend. We meet for relaxation, friendship and to gain helpful information about caring. New members are welcomed. We had a lovely meeting in March. Rebecca Garnet, a researcher

Felixstowe Waves Swimming Club

The first week of February saw the final weekend of the Suffolk County Swimming Championships, where we took five relay teams, competing in freestyle and medley relays. Everyone raced really well and the girls, aged 10 and 11 years,