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  1. May 2015 New Angle Prize for Literature - Open for entries

    By Ipswich Institute on May 30th, 2016

    The fifth biennial competition for the New Angle Prize for Literature will be launched later this year and the judges for the competition can now be revealed. The NAP judges for 2017 Midge Gillies Cambridgeshire-based biographer and director of …

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  2. Award winners announced for Suffolk’s ‘Green Oscars’

    By Suffolk County Council on April 1st, 2016

    The county’s most dedicated and innovative businesses and community groups were presented with ‘Creating the Greenest County’ awards yesterday. At a ceremony held at Snape Maltings, projects, organisations and individuals battled for 12 …

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  3. Shortlist announced for Greenest County Awards

    By Suffolk County Council on March 15th, 2016

    The shortlist of the “Green Oscars” has been announced as groups from across the county continue to contribute to the ambition of making Suffolk the greenest county.   With 12 different categories, the Greenest County Awards evening on the …

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  4. Suffolk’s High Sheriff launches The High Sheriff Awards 2016

    By Suffolk Community Foundation on November 23rd, 2015

    Suffolk’s High Sheriff launches The High Sheriff Awards 2016

    The High Sheriff of Suffolk Judith Shallow has launched the High Sheriff’s annual awards, and is calling for voluntary groups to submit their entries for these leading community awards that reward the people doing ground-breaking and …

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  5. New Honorary Freeman of Woodbridge

    By Woodbridge Town Council on September 17th, 2015

    New Honorary Freeman of Woodbridge

    At a recent meeting of the Town Council, the Town Mayor Councillor Josh Sayles presented Libby Brown, Head teacher of Kyson Primary School with the title of Honorary Freeman of Woodbridge. Miss Brown had been nominated by members of the public for …

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  6. Debut Novel wins 2015 New Angle Prize

    By Ipswich Institute on September 10th, 2015

    Kate Worsley’s debut novel She Rises (Bloomsbury, March 2014) is the £2,000 winner of the 2015 New Angle Prize for Literature, announced at an Awards Dinner on Wednesday 9th September. In the words of the judges ‘She Rises was the unanimous …

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  7. Mildenhall Cycling Club awarded £30,000 of funding from Sport England

    By Mildenhall Cycling Club on June 3rd, 2015

    Mildenhall Cycling Club is among 148 sports projects nationally to secure a share of £10 million of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities fund. Since 2011, Inspired Facilities has been helping breathe new life into …

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  8. 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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