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  1. Suffolk Libraries launches new eAudio book service

    By Suffolk Libraries on March 30th, 2015

    Suffolk Libraries is launching a new and exciting eAudio book service on Wednesday (1 April) to improve customers’ choice and enjoyment. The new service is called Borrowbox and is provided by Suffolk Libraries’ current audio CD supplier. The …

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  2. New Angle Prize for Literature 2015

    By Ipswich Institute on March 27th, 2015

    The judges for the 2015 New Angle Prize for Literature have selected their final shortlist of 6 books ‘associated with or influenced by the region of East Anglia’, from which the £2,000 winner will be decided. The shortlist includes three …

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  3. Hundreds of Suffolk Cancer Patients Rely on Charity Grants to Help With Financial Hardship

    By Macmillian Cancer Support on March 12th, 2015

    Hundreds of Suffolk Cancer Patients Rely on Charity Grants to Help With Financial Hardship

    Macmillan Cancer Support helped a record number of people in urgent financial need during 2014, with over 288 Suffolk cancer patients last year receiving a Macmillan grant to help them with costs arising from their treatment. New figures from the …

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  4. Suffolk Police Community Safety Unit Newsletter

    By Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch Association on March 6th, 2015

    About this newsletterThis e-bulletin bring NHW reports, community news and crime prevention advice that is relevant across the whole of the county. These are in addition to the regular bulletins produced by Community Watch Liaison Officers.Did you …

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  5. News from Halesworth Area Community Transport

    By Halesworth Area Community Transport on March 2nd, 2015

    News from Halesworth Area Community Transport

    HALESWORTH – Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin MP visited Halesworth Area Community Transport (HACT) this morning to announce it has been a successful applicant to the £25 million Community Transport Vehicle Fund. HACT applied …

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  6. Local community and business leaders back new £3.7m appeal for cancer centre at Ipswich Hospital

    By Macmillan on February 27th, 2015

    Local community and business leaders back new £3.7m appeal for cancer centre at Ipswich Hospital

    Last night saw local community and business leaders wholeheartedly back the £3.7 million fundraising appeal for a new state-of-the-art cancer centre at Ipswich Hospital at a prestigious event. The Woolverstone Macmillan Centre, due to open in …

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  7. 'Are you selling counterfeits?’ campaign

    By Suffolk Trading Standards on February 9th, 2015

    Suffolk Trading Standards, along with many other authorities, has seen a significant rise in the sale of counterfeit items being sold over the internet on social networking, free ad sites and paid selling sites. To raise awareness that selling …

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  8. Suffolk SAFEKey

    By Suffolk Police on February 9th, 2015

    Every year the police are handed 1000s of lost keys that, despite our best efforts, cannot be reunited with their rightful owner. Suffolk Constabulary is well aware of the cost and concern resulting from the loss of keys. Suffolk SAFEKey means that …

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  9. Legion Helping Maintain the Homes of the Armed Forces Community in Suffolk

    By The Royal British Legion on February 6th, 2015

    Legion Helping Maintain the Homes of the Armed Forces Community in Suffolk

    Having trouble with small household repairs or minor adaptations around your home? The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Calls service may be able to help. Poppy Calls offers a trusted, secure, high quality service which helps members of the Armed …

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  10. Suffolk and Cambridgeshire library services team up to provide greater choice for customers

    By Suffolk Libraries on February 6th, 2015

    Library customers from Suffolk and Cambridgeshire can now reserve and borrow items from both library services. Customers can borrow items from any library in Suffolk or Cambridgeshire for free and return library loans to any Suffolk or …

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