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[6 Apr 2016 | Comments Off on Local Area Coordinator scheme | ]

Local Area Coordinator scheme

Richard Titford writes: CTiS&D members might be interested to learn about the new Local Area Coordinator scheme being run out by Suffolk County Council.

See notice.

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[6 Jan 2016 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fire Trust | ]

Sudbury Fire Trust

The Sudbury Fire Trust is now fully operational and ready to receive requests for assistance. Chairman of the Trust Tim Ayrton said “We are keen to hear from anyone who has suffered loss as a result of the fire. Please contact the trust in writing enclosing as much detail as possible about your situation.”

 

Tim explained that  letters should be addressed to:

The Sudbury Fire Trust

c/o The Town Hall,

Old Market Place,

Sudbury CO10 1TL.

 

Tim went on ..read more

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[24 Dec 2015 | Comments Off on Sudbury Area Cancer Support Group | ]

Sudbury Area Cancer Support Group

for Adults (18+) with Cancer and their Carers

Are you or someone you care for affected by cancer and would like support,  friendship & information at  this  difficult time ?

Please see poster for more information.

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[13 Nov 2015 | Comments Off on An appeal | ]

An appeal

Faith was never so beautiful as when it has it’s working clothes on. James 2:14-18.

An appeal from Sudbury Community Kitchen. We are a sub group of the Sudbury Market Town Partnership.

Our aim is to reach out and support those in need in a very practical way. We intend to begin by feeding people (soup and bread to begin with); it is here that we appeal for your help.

Due to circumstances beyond our control we have lost our venue. We ..read more

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[14 Oct 2015 | Comments Off on Tackling funeral poverty | ]

Tackling funeral poverty: time for the churches to act

Teresa Bishop draws this to our attention. See details.

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[4 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Understanding Islam – a visit to Muslim Friday prayers. | ]

Understanding Islam – a visit to Muslim Friday prayers.

On 22nd May 10 of us from local churches, including 2 retired ministers and 2 women, were invited to observe local Muslims at worship. It was a very moving experience – see our responses . See also the Muslim Council of Britain statement on ISIS, which is fully supported by Imam Bashir.

I welcome questions or comments. Just phone or email.

Jill Pullan ,rojill@aol.com   01787 372482

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[14 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on A thought on the election. | ]

A thought on the election.

A few weeks ago Bishop Graham of Norwich Cathedral in his BBC Radio 4 morning slot talked of the transient nature of the election vote X and the eternal X of the Easter message.

Our country seems to be ruled by election promises that are rarely kept and few bring about real changes of truth and justice in our country. Only by turning to Jesus can promises and justice prevail.

In fact David Cameron went to great lengths ..read more

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[11 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fairtrade Town Steering Group | ]

Sudbury Fairtrade Town Steering Group

The minutes of the recent meeting are attached.

Reminder – Fairtrade Fortnight 23rd February to 8th March.

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[11 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Stop SEN Closures in Suffolk | ]

Stop SEN Closures in Suffolk

The threat to the Specialist Support Centres in Suffolk schools is especially pertinent to us in Sudbury with St Gregory’s Primary where there is an exceptionally well run SSC – please consider signing the petition below.

Greg Webb

 

Dear Supporter

Joanna and I would like to thank you so very much for supporting our campaign to stop Suffolk County Council closing all ‘Specialist Support Centres’ for SEN children. Your signature and efforts in sharing this petition has helped us ..read more

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[17 Sep 2014 | Comments Off on Sudbury Fairtrade website | ]

Sudbury Fairtrade website, from John Boardman

Have a peek at the new look town website! sudburyfairtrade.org.uk.

Many thanks to Chris Ryall and Anne-Marie.