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Date : June 2009
Suffolk Police and Suffolk Trading Standards are warning people to be on their guard for companies that target the vulnerable by cold-calling for the purpose of selling mobility equipment. These calls are often followed by a personal visit from a salesperson who uses hard-sell techniques to persuade the customer to buy mobility aids that they[...]
- Surge 'worse than 1953 flood tides' December 6, 2013The tidal surge that hit Suffolk was worse than one that caused fatal floods in 1953, the Environment Agency says.
- Child rapist jailed for 10 years December 6, 2013A man from Lowestoft who admitted raping and sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl he groomed on Facebook is jailed for 10 years.
- VIDEO: Storm surge damage from the air December 6, 2013Aerial footage of the damage left in the wake of the storm surge on the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts.
- Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town December 6, 2013Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Ipswich Town and Huddersfield Town.
- In pictures: Tidal floods in Suffolk December 6, 2013Effects of the flooding across the county
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- Egypt stops Morsi prison visits December 6, 2013Egypt's interior ministry says it will no longer allow visits to Mohammed Morsi, who has been detained since being deposed as president in July.
- England given tough World Cup draw December 6, 2013England are drawn alongside Italy, Uruguay and Costa Rica in Group D at the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
- High tides warning follows UK storm December 6, 2013People living on the east coast of England are warned to stay away from their homes because of further high tides expected later.
- Jazz pianist Stan Tracey dies at 86 December 6, 2013British pianist Stan Tracey, one of the greats of the jazz world, dies at the age of 86.
- Prince visits Clutha tragedy scene December 6, 2013Prince Charles visits the scene where nine people died when a police helicopter crashed into a Glasgow pub.
- Sporting icons pay tribute to Mandela December 6, 2013Muhammad Ali, Pele and Tiger Woods lead tributes to South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela, who has died aged 95.
- South Africa and world mourn Mandela December 6, 2013South Africans and world leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, who led the transition from white minority rule and has died aged 95.
- Spain face Dutch in repeat of final December 6, 2013Spain will open their defence of the World Cup against 2010 finalists Netherlands at next year's tournament in Brazil.
- Cliff-top homes washed into sea December 6, 2013Seven cliff-top homes are badly damaged as the largest tidal surge in 60 years batters the east coast of England.
- Thousands without power after storms December 6, 2013About 11,000 homes are still without electricity in Scotland as power firms work to restore supplies after Thursday's storms.
- 1st Sax scouts table top sale by Aspirin
1st SAXMUNDHAM SCOUTS – INDOOR TABLE TOP SALE SUNDAY DECEMBER 8th THE WARRENS SCOUT HUT, MEMORIAL FIELD, RENDHAM ROAD, SAXMUNDHAM IP17 1EA Tables £4 – 01728 602622 to book, or pay on day. Free parking on the Memorial Field. Table set up 8am – Doors open to public 9am-12.00 [...]
- The Bell to reopen as ̵… by Aspirin
Saxmundham Experienced restaurateur Jonny Nicholson and his partner Natalie Ager are delighted to announce the imminent re-opening of The Bell at Saxmundham or The Bell At Sax’ as it will be known. Moving away from its previous hotel and gastropub incarnations, Jonny and Natalie are transforming The Bell At Sax’ into a friendly neighbourhood restaurant-with-rooms[...]
- Change of Band – The … by Aspirin
- Halloween Party 2nd Novembe… by Aspirin
- Land Off Rendham Road Development by Aspirin
The BFRA have received a few complaints regarding the hedge and foliage along Rendham Road on the south side where the new development of David Wilson Homes (currently building) and Taylor Wimpey (about to start). Our committee have written to the developers expressing their annoyance at the removal of the hedging without consultation. This is[...]
- Saxmundham Family Quiz by Aspirin
BFRA Family General Knowledge Quiz at the Fromus Centre, off Seaman Avenue (opp. Fire Station) Saturday 21st September starting at 7:30pm. This follows our successful Music Quiz in July and continues the theme of a quiz with something for all the family. There will be prizes for the winners and most gallant losers. (Please bring[...]
- 10th Summer Fun Day by Aspirin
Brook Farm Residents Association 10th Summer Fun Day Saxmundham Primary School Saturday 20th July 1pm The Brook Farm Residents Association (BFRA) 10th annual Fun Day is on Saturday 20th July, 1pm at Saxmundham Primary School, a true local family and event. We have booked our entertainment which promises to be the best summer day out[...]
- Saxmundham to get better broadband by Aspirin
This is well worth reading: http://www.betterbroadbandsuffolk.com/LineCheck.aspx From the website it looks likely that we will be getting fibre to the cabinet within the next year or so. A BT fibre truck was spotted last week working on the cabinet in North Entrance.
- 10th Anniversary Newsletter by Aspirin
We feel that this is the best Newsletter we have produced. Please view or download here: BFRA Newsletter
- BFRA Spring Music Night by Aspirin
140 people had a great night at the Market hall with the band Growler. Thanks to everyone for their support!
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