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East Suffolk Skylarks at Red House tea
GAS: Mark Whitfield on Photography (Open Meeting)
St Elizabeth / Red House Afternoon Tea
Doorstep callers reported across Suffolk
"Ebb and Flow" deadline
Queen's Platinum Jubilee Week: review
Wheelchair mobility for Snape: Update
Meet-up-Monday fundraising bingo on 13th June
Coffee Morning (2nd Thursdays)
GAS: Boules Night this Thursday!
Hexachordia return to Snape!
Queen's Platinum Jubilee: Tea Party
Rachel's Service for Pentecost
A Service of Holy Communion from the Alde River Benefice — The readings are Acts 2 1-21 John 20 19-23 The hymns 33 Angel voices 53 Be still for the presence of the Lord 454 Spirit of the livin...
31 May, 2020
Parish Council meets on — online
Above is an image from yesterday's Parish Council meeting, held online over Zoom — so that you can see what a 'virtual' meeting looks like. Perhaps more people would like to become involved? Nor...
27 May, 2020
Beware! Adders on The Carnser!
We've had several reports recently of adders basking on The Carnser. If, despite your caution, any of your family members or dogs is bitten, just click on the relevant icon below for medical guidanc...
27 May, 2020
Rachel's Service: 7th Sunday of Easter
A Service of Holy Communion from the Alde River Benefice — with a view of our own Snape Church. The readings are Acts 1 6-14 and John 17 1-11 The hymns: 46 At the name of Jesus 39 As the dee...
24 May, 2020
Nature thrives through lockdown
⬆︎This amazing moth visited our garden. We had to look it up, and it’s a Broad Bordered Bee Hawk Moth, a day-flying moth that’s nationally scarce, but occurs in East Anglia. Love his smart...
23 May, 2020
Ascension Day Service from St John's Sax...
Dear all, Saxmundham Church have made a service video for Ascension Day. There are two ways of accessing the Service — The first is via the St John's website, | ...
21 May, 2020
Police: Community Update, Covid-19
There have been some changes to the lockdown restrictions since I last wrote to you, and we are all now adapting to the next phase of the response to Covid19 [and] the relaxation of some of the rules ...
20 May, 2020
Bulky-waste collections restart Mon 25th...
East Suffolk Council is to restart its bulky-waste collections, picking up unwanted furniture and large electrical items from homes, on Monday 25th May. They were temporarily suspended at the start ...
20 May, 2020