Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Upcoming Events In Ipswich

Upcoming Events:

Tea Dance

 
Wednesday 24 August, 2-4pm
Walled garden & conservatory, Holywells Park
 
Come and relive the good old days and enjoy an afternoon of music and social dancing in the beautiful surroundings of Holywells Park.
 
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Outdoor Cinema: The Good Dinosaur

 
Wednesday 24 August, 12.15 & 14:00
Myrtle Meadow, Holywells Park
 
Join us in Holywells Park tomorrow (24th) for an outdoor cinema screening of The Good Dinosaur! Showings are at 12.15pm and 2pm in Myrtle Meadow. It's free to watch the film, but some activities (rides & face-painting) have a small cost.
 
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Chopin in Holywells Park

 
Saturday 27 August, 18:30
Walled Garden, Holywells Park
 
Join us in Holywells Park on 27th August for a summer evening of classical music in Holywells Park. Award winning pianist, Paulo Lopes will be playing a broad repertoire of the finest piano classics in the serene backdrop of the beautiful Walled Garden.
 
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The Royal Ballet's

Gary Avis & Friends
10 & 11 September 2016
The Suffolk Community Foundation, in partnership with DanceEast, presents The Royal Ballet’s Gary Avis & Friends. For only the second time in half a century, dancers from The Royal Ballet Company return to Suffolk for two spectacular gala performances at the Ipswich Regent. 
All proceeds from this gala go to Suffolk Community Foundation and their Arts and Culture Fund for Suffolk.
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Ipswich Has Got Talent

Champion of Champions
 
Saturday 24 September, 19:30
Ipswich Regent Theatre
 
The line-up acts for this year’s special Ipswich Has Got Talent (IHGT) final are busy preparing for the big night.
The event features one big champion of champions night at the Ipswich Regent, with previous winners returning to the theatre to belt out their best hits.
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Oktoberfest

 
Saturday 22 October, 19:30
Grand Hall, Corn Exchange
Brush the dust off those dirndl dresses as we welcomeIpswich’s very own Oktoberfest to the Town Hall for an evening of Bavariancelebration. Enjoy authentic Bavarian food and beer accompanied by footstomping, thigh slapping music with The Oompah Band (as featured on Channel 4’s‘So Graham Norton’).
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Monday, 22 August 2016

Bank holiday weekend health advice


With the bank holiday weekend approaching, GPs in east and west Suffolk are reminding people that the right help is available to deal with injury and illness.

Dr Christopher Browning, a GP in Long Melford and chairman of NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group said: “By choosing the right health care option you will get treated more quickly and lessen the pressure on health staff over this busy weekend.

“Being prepared is the best option and could save a stressful dash to a pharmacy or an unnecessary trip to your hospital's emergency department (A&E).  One of the best ways to be prepared is to have a well-stocked medicine cabinet. It’s not expensive to stock up on basic items such as sticking plasters, paracetamol, anti-diarrhoea medicine and indigestion remedy. Ask your pharmacist for advice on what you medicines you should keep at home."

Dr Mark Shenton, a GP in Stowmarket and chairman of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group said: “There are a number of pharmacies open over the holiday weekend where you can access help and advice as well as  over-the-counter medication for many minor injuries and illnesses.

"If you have forgotten to order your regular medicine from your GP and run out over the holiday period  your pharmacist may be able to help by providing an emergency supply. Please remember to take your repeat slip or empty pack(s) with you to show the pharmacist what you usually take.

"The Suffolk GP+ service is based in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds and will be open over the weekend and on the bank holiday Monday. You can book an appointment with a GP or nurse practitioner in advance and you need to do this through your own GP practice.

“If you need help fast and it’s not life-threatening then you should call NHS 111.  The 111 number is available 24/7 and a trained advisor will help you. Perhaps you have a question about medication or a medical concern about yourself or someone else; maybe you want to find your nearest pharmacy that’s open on bank holiday Monday or perhaps you have a health question that can’t wait until your GP surgery is open or you think you need to access the out-of-hours service."

Click on link below to read list of pharmacies open on Monday 29 August HERE

Friday, 5 August 2016

Highly recommended Parenting seminar Ipswich

FREE Pop-Up Triple
 P Positive Parenting Seminar
Triple P helps you understand the way your family works, and uses
the things you already think, feel, say and do in new ways that
nurture relationships, parenting skills and confidence, as well as
 supporting your wellbeing.
Triple P helps you:

*        Create a stable, supportive, harmonious family environment.
*       Teach your children the skills they need to get along with others.
*       Deal positively, consistently and decisively with problem behaviour should it arise.
*       Encourage behaviour you like.
*       Develop realistic expectations of your children and yourself.
*       Take care of yourself as a parent.

Venue:  Ipswich Museum
Date:     6th August 2016
              High Street
              Ipswich, Suffolk,
              IP1 3QH
Time:    10.00 – 12.30