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Bungay Area Lions Club Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre 4th …

Bungay Area Lions Club is holding another Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre in the grounds of Earsham Hall, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2AN on Sunday 4th May 2014 There will be plenty to see classic cars, motorcycles, tractors and both commercial and military vehicles. Other attractions on the day will include food and craft stalls, licensed bar, trade stands, auto jumble, children s games, entertainers and workshops. Funds raised from the event will go to local Lions causes.

Gates will open from 10am until 5pm. Entry to the public will be 3 for adults under 16s free. Bungay Lions invite you to a great day out for all the family.

If you have a vehicle to show, you can obtain a registration form for free entry from: Michael Gardiner, Tel: 07599 935113 Email: [email protected] 1 A copy of the vehicle registration form can also be found by clicking here 2 .

If you would like a stall at the event, contact: Dianne Spall, Tel: 07599 935165 Email: [email protected] 3 www.bungaylions.org.uk 4 see report from last year on IceniPost.com: Brilliantly Successful 1st Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre at Earsham Hall 5 MIKE DANIELS Trailer Sales 01986 893025 VISIT OUR STAND at THE BUNGAY LIONS COUNTRY FAIR and CLASSIC CAR SHOW Related References ^ [email protected] (icenipost.com) ^ here (www.lions105ea.com) ^ [email protected] (icenipost.com) ^ www.bungaylions.org.uk (www.bungaylions.org.uk) ^ Brilliantly Successful 1st Classic Vehicle Rally & Country Fayre at Earsham Hall (icenipost.com)

Bigod Care Ltd, Personal Care, Companionship, Domestic Duties

Bigod Care Ltd Providing Home Care in the Community Established in 1994 Based at St Mary s House Care Home in Bungay, Suffolk We provide a high standard of care and support who wish to remain within their own homes whilst maintaining independence. We can offer you help & support with Personal Care, Meal Preparation, Cleaning, Laundry, Shopping, Companionship or any other daily living tasks. Our staff will deliver this Service in a sensitive and flexible manner whilst ensuring the privacy, dignity and choices of all our clients.

We offer this service at very competitive rates and would be only too pleased to discuss your needs with you.

FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO ARRANGE FOR A HOME VISIT PLEASE CONTACT MRS TRACY WRIGHT (AGENCY MANAGER) Telephone: 01986 894046 Fax: 01986 895708 Email: [email protected] St Mary s House, Earsham Street, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1AQ www.bigodcare.co.uk 1 Related References ^ www.bigodcare.co.uk (www.bigodcare.co.uk)

River Waveney Sculpture Trail returns August, September

Waveney & Blyth Arts River Waveney Sculpture Trail returns for the second year this summer to the River Waveney Trust near Bungay, opening on Friday, August 14. www.waveneyandblytharts.com 1 . The Sculpture Trail, which is supported by Essex & Suffolk Water s Branch Out fund and is curated by Norfolk artist and curator, Sarah Cannell, will feature 40 new sculptures and installations from 32 artists that respond to the beauty of this stunning part of the River Waveney.

The River Waveney Sculpture Trail is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from August 14 to September 6 and August Bank Holiday Monday, 10am to 4pm. Entry is adult 4, under 18 free and 3 for members of Waveney & Blyth Arts and River Waveney Trust. Venue address River Waveney Study Centre, Old Harleston Road, Earsham, Bungay NR35 2AF.

Sculptures and installations on the trail include: Rachael Long s exotic giraffes. Fascinated by the skeleton and musculature of animals and birds she transforms redundant machine parts into forms that convey the essence of living creatures to magical effect. Inspired by the fabulous natural environment at the River Waveney Trust, Meryem Siemmond s Swand sculpture has travelled all the way from a quarry in Carrera, Italy, where it was created.

Meg Amsden s Part the branches enter the alder glade, listen, look, sniff. Who lives here? Leaping, crawling, flying things and maybe a glimpse of the god Pan.

Waveney & Blyth Arts are delighted to be collaborating with the River Waveney Trust again on this inspirational arts event kindly supported by Essex & Suffolk Water. The curator, Sarah Cannell, has selected artists whose work responds to the site in a creative and magical way. This year you can expect to find tiny masterpiece paintings hidden in a bird hide, a new breed of dragonfly created from twigs and leaves, abandoned umbrellas revived into striking sculptures, crocheted trees, paper boats and much more!

Nicky Stainton, Chairperson, Waveney & Blyth Arts. Norfolk and Suffolk artists whose work will feature on the trail are: Meg Amsden, Nick Ball, Kelly Briggs, Clive, Sarah Cannell, Mike Challis, Rebecca Clifford, Malcolm Cudmore, Lorry Cudmore, Nicki Darrell, Kally Davison, Mike Dodd, Patrick Elder, Sophie Giller, Patrick Goodall, Joanna Guthrie, Pamela Harling-Challis, Mel Horwood, Jayne Ivimey, Davide Lakshmanasamy, Rachael Long, Caroline Mackenzie, Kathleen Madigan, Eric Marland, Liz McGowan, Nikkita Morgan, Simon Raven, James Rose, Meryem Siemmond, Bobbie Watchorn, Caroline Way and Terry Wright. Thanks to Essex and Suffolk Water s grant, Waveney and Blyth Arts has been able to commission a guest artist to create a new work for the trail.

Sound artist Mike Challis has created Soundhide trail, a structure incorporating a soundscape recorded on the site during the seasons and at different times of day and night and through different elements air, water and wood. The trail will also feature The Book Project exhibition in the caf at River Waveney Trust s Study Centre, comprising preliminary paintings, drawings, photographs and prints celebrating the River Waveney between Brockdish and Bungay, created by members of Harleston & Waveney Art Trail. A full-colour book of images and text will be published later this year.

Special Events Dancing the Landscape , Saturday, August 22, 4pm to 6pm, cost 5 including entry to the trail. Community dance practitioner, Mel Horwood will lead participants through ways to connect with the Waveney landscape through movement responses. Adults only, no dance experience necessary.

To book 07500 600176. Curator s Guided Wal k , Thursday, August 27, 2pm to 4pm, cost 7 including tea and cake. Sarah Cannell s tour will give an insight into the process of creating the trail and the artists work.

To book email [email protected] 2 Family Fun Day , Sunday, August 30, 10am to 4pm, cost 2 per child a day of drop-in creative activities. River Waveney Trust Caf is open daily serving tea, coffee, cakes and sandwiches. For information about access on the site go to www.phototrails.org 3 search under Norfolk for the River Waveney Trust.

Only trained assistance dogs are allowed on the trail.

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