Monthly Archives: July 2010

Saturday 24th July Saxmundham Primary School Summer Fun Day

The Brook Farm Residents Association 7th annual Fun Day is on Saturday 24th July at Saxmundham Primary School commencing 1pm. A true family and local event.
This year we will be joined on the field by Zebedee Bouncy Castles, including the Town FM mega slide, bungee run, gladiator duel, children’s bouncy castle, coconut shy etc.
A live band of young musicians will be performing from our music tent.
There will be our usual fully licensed bar under our large covered awning serving lager, chilled wine and refreshing Pimms long drink. Also within that area will be the children’s own sweet stall with goodies at very reasonable prices. Soft drinks will also be available for them.
A BBQ will be in place selling the usual Burger and Hot Dogs. Teas and Coffees will also be available for those seeking an afternoon cuppa.
Saxmundham tennis club will again be setting up the short tennis court all for free and There will be the Tug O War for the big clash between ‘Abbey’ and ‘Bovis’. Last year’s winners (Bovis) need to retain the title. I wonder who the best is. There’s only one way to find out………..  It did get a bit competitive.
Bring the children and let them enjoy themselves. Lots and lots of things to enjoy for a great family day out on your own doorstep. We promise that Bfra 2010 fun day will be another great day out and we look forward to your continued support.

Burglaries – Saxmundham

Someone broke into an office at premises in Seaman Avenue between 2am and 2.15am this morning, Monday 12 July. It appears the offenders triggered an alarm and fled the building empty-handed, however damage was caused to gain entry. Police are keen to trace two males wearing hooded tops seen in the area around this time.
Also between 6.30pm Sunday 11th and 8am this morning Monday 12th July entry was forced to a clubhouse and storeroom at Lambsdale Meadow in Saxmundham. Windows were damaged to gain entry and a search made of drawers and cabinets but nothing appears to have been stolen.
If you have any information relating to either of these incidents please contact Leiston Police on 01986 835300 reference LE/10/845 or 846
OR
Please use the following link to pass any useful information to Suffolk Police about this incident.
http://www.suffolk.police.uk/News+And+Appeals/Report+Information+To+The+Police/Tell+The+Police.htm
DO NOT USE THIS LINK IN AN EMERGENCY OR IN A SITUATION THAT REQUIRES AN IMMEDIATE POLICE RESPONSE WHEN YOU SHOULD RING 999.
Police Direct Team

Someone broke into an office at premises in Seaman Avenue between 2am and 2.15am this morning, Monday 12 July. It appears the offenders triggered an alarm and fled the building empty-handed, however damage was caused to gain entry. Police are keen to trace two males wearing hooded tops seen in the area around this time.
Also between 6.30pm Sunday 11th and 8am this morning Monday 12th July entry was forced to a clubhouse and storeroom at Lambsdale Meadow in Saxmundham. Windows were damaged to gain entry and a search made of drawers and cabinets but nothing appears to have been stolen.
If you have any information relating to either of these incidents please contact Leiston Police on 01986 835300 reference LE/10/845 or 846
OR
Please use the following link to pass any useful information to Suffolk Police about this incident.

http://www.suffolk.police.uk/News+And+Appeals/Report+Information+To+The+Police/Tell+The+Police.htm

DO NOT USE THIS LINK IN AN EMERGENCY OR IN A SITUATION THAT REQUIRES AN IMMEDIATE POLICE RESPONSE WHEN YOU SHOULD RING 999.
Police Direct Team

Anti Social behaviour at Carlton Park

Approximately 35 teenagers between the ages of 14 – 17 assembled at Carlton Park on the evening of 2nd July. In some cases the kids were being sick as they were so inebriated and were upsetting walkers and other legitimate users of the park.

They were approached by two local residents and were given 15 minutes to clear up the mess of bottles and boxes which were strewn over the field. After the 15 minutes the two residents returned to find that nothing had changed and therefore the Police were called. The Police duly arrived and detained many of the offenders. This sort of behaviour should not be tolerated and residents are reminded to call 999 if they experience similar issues.