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lantern Blog posts

Join us on the 2nd December 2022, for some tasty nibbles and mulled apple juice from 4pm at The Pantry Community Garden, before we parade with our lanterns and musical accompaniment to East Point Pavilion for First Light’s Winter Fayre. The parade will begin at 5pm, and will take approximately 20 minutes, finishing at the Pavilion, where there will be festive stalls and music to enjoy.

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The Gingerbread family are taking their dog for a walk in the snow. Blog posts

A pack of 7 cards, featuring 7 designs, costs £5, plus P&P. Last year our Christmas card sales raised over £300 and this year we hope we can raise even more.

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Student Erik shows his picture 'Our Amazing Self' whilst at Lowestoft beach Blog posts

For our first session in Lowestoft on Thursday 29th September 2022, students took a walk along the accessible pier. Our students loved the experience of being on the beach as a group of Brave Artists and their smiles and laughter made the whole day a positive and uplifting start to our term. Erik said: “I took off my mask and breathed in the fresh air, it felt so good.”

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Brave Art students seated and standing with arms outstretched Blog posts

Brave Art is off to an exciting start this term with a new Theatre Arts Course.

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gardening in Kirkley Blog posts

Suffolk Artlink’s Wild About Kirkley project is looking for volunteers and local residents who would like to get involved in a newly developed community garden at the Kirkley Church Hall. The garden is open to all: we are working to make a place to relax, be creative, take time out, potter, read, dig, grow and much more. We welcome both individuals and groups to use the space.

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Wild About Kirkley free creative events and talks Blog posts

Over the coming months we have many great sessions planned in Kirkley. We are particularly excited to be part of Heritage Open Days offering our new accessible foraging route, devised in collaboration with some of our participants. The Sensory Forage Walk on the 18th September 2022 is ideal for wheelchair users, those who struggle with long distances and people who are visually impaired.

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Four people sitting around a table creating a meal Blog posts

After a jam-packed year of activity, generously funded by Suffolk Community Foundation, Friends Around the Table is winding down in its current format, but you can still enjoy activities at home or in groups by visiting our ‘Take part’ page and exploring the simple, step-by-step guides created by professional artists.

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