There are tickets still available on the door! Live band ‘Growler’ return to The Market Hall, Saxmundham on Saturday 27th April. Growler cover from early 70’s classic songs to modern day rock covers. They are influenced by Jimmy Hendrix, The Clash, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, ZZ Top and then right through to bands[...]
On Sunday 16th December, Brook Farm Residents Association held their very first Children’s Christmas Party at The Fromus Centre, Seaman Avenue, Saxmundham. There were around 40 children with their parents or guardians who saw them become creative with all sorts of craft work including making Christmas biscuits and decorating baubles. Father Christmas turned up with[...]
How has your broadband behaved after the recent “upgrade” from BT? Disconnections, reduced bandwidth, having to reset the router….yes, us too. We would appreciate your help here. Please go to http://www.speedtest.net/ and test your broadband and send the results to firstname.lastname@example.org along with any issues you may be experiencing. If we find commonality we can approach BT with[...]
As per our recent newsletter, BT are upgrading our Exchange: On 26-Jun-12, we’ll be upgrading your local phone exchange. That means you’ll get a stronger, more reliable broadband connection. (It might make it a bit faster, too.) What will happen on the day? At some point before 6pm, we’ll switch off your broadband and phone[...]
My apologies for the recent down time. This was due to the site being attacked and subsequently compromised. Users of older versions of Internet Explorer were redirected to a viral website. I would rather we had no website than inflict something nasty on your PC’s. I have had a test website running for the last[...]
The ticket below was fraudulently used at the recent BFRA Anything But Ordinary gig. After contacting the Police, this has now been escalated to the Serious Fraud Office. See here for further details: http://www.sfo.gov.uk/protect-against-fraud/mass-market-fraud.aspx
From the minutes of the BFRA meeting held 13th March 2012 For the benefit of the meeting, Terry explained some background information about what had been proposed and why we decided to distribute a survey questionnaire to all the houses within the Brook Farm estate. He advised that so far we have received 160 replies[...]
Please read this article regarding anti-social behaviour in Saxmundam: http://www.eadt.co.uk/news/saxmundham_town_plagued_antisocial_teens_1_1236189 We appear to be plagued by problems on Friday and Saturday night especially in the Carlton Park/Kingfisher Rise/Dove Close area.