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[17 Apr 2018 | Comments Off on Urgent plea for help from local Charity | ]

Urgent plea for help from local Charity

Grazing land with barn and outbuildings urgently needed for local Horse, Donkey, Animal Rescue Charity and Care Farm.

New owners to the land we have leased for 11 years have gained planning permission to build and have asked us to leave. To continue with the good work we do for animals and young people, we urgently need help finding somewhere to relocate to.

Can you help?

Call Jann on 07747 755556

Or for more information, please contact Karen at ..read more

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[21 Mar 2018 | Comments Off on Are you passionate about NHS health provision locally? | ]

Are you passionate about NHS health provision locally?

Sudbury WATCH (Working and Acting Together for Community Health) are seeking new members.

If you, or someone you know, might be the right person, please speak to Richard Titford or to Malcolm Snow (01787 374096).

Richard Titford has provided background information, which is attached.

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[13 Mar 2018 | Comments Off on Suffolk Refugee Support | ]

Suffolk Refugee Support

To continue to receive news, please opt in to their new mailing list:      suffolkrefugee.org.uk/join-our-mailing-list

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[24 Jan 2018 | Comments Off on Inequality gap widens | ]

Inequality gap widens 

The development charity Oxfam has called for action to tackle the growing gap between rich and poor as it launched a new report.

42 people hold as much wealth as the 3.7 billion who make up the poorest half of the world’s population. 82% of the global wealth generated in 2017 went to the most wealthy 1%. FTSE 100 bosses earned on average 120 times more than the average employee.

Source for the above: theguardian.com/inequality/2018/jan/22. (Why ..read more

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[17 Jan 2018 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fairtrade – Town Steering Group | ]

Sudbury Fairtrade – Town Steering Group

Read the minutes of the recent meeting, and see plans for Fairtrade Fortnight, which include a Fairtrade Coffee Morning at St. John’s on Saturday 10th March.

See also sudburyfairtrade.org.uk and the Facebook page.

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[5 Dec 2017 | Comments Off on Sudbury Dementia Action Alliance | ]

Sudbury Dementia Action Alliance

I hope this reaches anybody who lives within the Sudbury and surrounding areas in Suffolk.

I am looking at creating a Sudbury Dementia Action Alliance which would work to make Sudbury and the surrounding areas a better place for those living with dementia and people who care for those.

I am pleased to say we have our first meeting booked and would like to invite anyone who may be interested in joining the committee.

This ..read more

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[7 Dec 2016 | Comments Off on Suffolk Refugee Support Christmas Newsletter | ]

Suffolk Refugee Support Christmas Newsletter

Please see the Suffolk Refugee Support Christmas Newsletter with news of how the situation in Mosul is affecting our Kurdish clients, how we are helping victims of modern day slavery in Suffolk, the story of how one Syrian refugee in settling into life in Ipswich and details of some festive happenings!

From Martin Simmonds, Communications Officer, Suffolk Refugee Support, 38 St Matthew’s Stree Ipswich IP1 3EP

Tel 07847 111865, ..read more

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[23 Nov 2016 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fairtrade Town Steering Group | ]

Sudbury Fairtrade Town Steering Group

Read the minutes of the recent meeting.

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[3 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on Can you help? | ]

Can you help?

‘I am working with a Sudbury resident who would greatly benefit from moving some items from her home to the local dump.

We are looking for someone with a van who could drive it with items on board, to the dump.

We will not be asking the driver to load and unload items.

We are asking if the person could volunteer their time and use of the van but we can reimburse the petrol money.

Please ..read more

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[25 Jun 2016 | Comments Off on Referendum | ]

Referendum

Here are two articles sent by LCF (Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship), one for each side.

They open up some issues not usually discussed, but are not comprehensive analyses of all factors.