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So, it looks as if our doors will remain shut to the public until the end of March at the earliest, following new regulations and information about the path the pandemic is taking.

That will mean a whole year that we have been unable to welcome audiences and a year of no live entertainment for the UK (aside from the odd window of opportunity in-between lockdowns and tiers). It's hard to fathom that so much time has passed but we ARE STILL HERE - and we are still plugging away in the background working to create better spaces for the public and the safest environment possible for when we can all return.

We will be contacting all ticketholders and acts up until the end of March over the next few weeks so please bear with us as we work through the shows (some of them rescheduled from last year!).

In the meantime, there are some links below for online content from your favourite providers, some free, some charged, including of course our very own Quay Online which has Poetry, History Talks, Plays and Music all for free to keep you engaged with live performance (even if recorded!). Please do consider submitting a donation if you can, using the button on that website, to help us with our efforts to re-open and weather the storm of the next year or so!

Keep safe, strong and focused on the future - we can't wait to see you all again as soon as we are able...

The Quay Online: online.quaysudbury.com/

What's On Stage: www.whatsonstage.com/

Royal Opera House: stream.roh.org.uk/?_ga=2.156208891.1788908603.1610809425-2028463983.1610809425

National Theatre at Home: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk

Time Out Best of...list: www.timeout.com/london/theatre/the-best-theatre-shows-to-stream-online-right-now/ntathome

If anyone has any other handy links for theatre content during lockdown, please do pop them in the comments!
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Timeline PhotosLooking after your physical heath is another key principle of self care. Treating your body with respect and kindness is important to your overall wellbeing.
Some physical self-care habits that you could incorporate into your daily life include:

- Doing any form of movement, this can be a short walk or a yoga session
- Getting enough quality sleep and rest
- Wearing clothes that make you feel good
- Eating nutritious meals and keeping hydrated
- Practicing good hygiene habits, such as having a hot shower with your favourite shower gel or brushing your hair

For more tips check out our self-care webinar at: buff.ly/3ig9m8v and visit buff.ly/39AokCB
#SelfCare #SelfLove #Suffolk #Healthy #Compassion
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A frost early morning at Minsmere beach

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Feel like the last year has been one big Groundhog day? Well let's look forward to a brighter future together. We’re standing-by to reopen as soon as it is safe to do so; thanks - in no small part - to the support of our customers. Stay safe. Keep being amazing. We'll meet again soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Are your children not entitled to free school meals?...
And / Or
Struggling to pay for all the extra food and paying bills ?...
Just finding you're have a tough time financially?...

Then youre in food crisis ! And are welcome to use foodbank to help you through this tough period ..

Pop along to any of our centres and let us help
Confidential and friendly
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We’re giving the public early notice that the Easter Fair will not take place again this year, as part of the national cause to support public safety, protect the NHS and save lives in response to the continued Covid threat.

We know that residents and visitors will fully understand that this is unavoidable, especially during a national lockdown and with our NHS and other public services under significant pressure. Public safety is the top priority and it is not possible to even contemplate organising a large-scale event during a national lockdown and with social distancing likely to be part of daily life for some time to come.

It is more critical than ever that we all continue to play our part by following the lockdown rules consistently to help control infections and minimise hospital admissions, to protect ourselves, protect others and protect Great Yarmouth.
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Timeline PhotosHave you booked your place yet?
Don't forgot that next week is the FREE virtual This Girl Can activity week 🙋
With a wide range of activities and times to choose from there is something for everyone!
Go to buff.ly/3bqOtGq to book your place now!
#ThisGirlCan #ThisGirlCanSuffolk #Suffolk #HealthyLiving
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Mopsie’s Knitterbees “for little bumbles of joy”

Lovingly Hand Knitted Baby Jumpers and Hats
Now available from my Etsy Shop

MKBEES.UK

“In each item is love, stitched and sown,
just for your little one, until they’ve grown.
I was crafted with care, by Mopsie’s bees,
and she hopes that you, treasure me please.”

“Wash me with love at 30 degrees
If you have dark and light colours, please separate these
Mopsie’s Knitterbees wish for your little one
Lots of soft cuddles and bumbles of fun.”

Please visit my shop or contact me for more details
about my baby jumpers and hats.

[email protected]

Pixie Magic, Strawberry Cream, Mopsie’s Pride Rainbow,
Willow Whispers, Dormouse Cuddles, Meadow Mischief,
Thistledown Seeds, Cosy Cuddles,Woodland Spells,
Fairy Cuddles, Soft Candy, Raindrops on Moss,
Twinkle Spells, Snuggly Spice …

#babyjumpers #babyhats #knitted #localcrafts #artisan #handcrafted
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We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to fill up to five vacancies on the Broads Local Access Forum, an advisory body that meets four times a year to discuss land and water access in the Broads.

We are keen to hear from anyone with interests in countryside access including walking, cycling, canoeing, paddle-boarding and general health and wellbeing.

The closing date for applications is Monday 15 February 2021.

For more information and to find out how to apply see: www.broads-authority.gov.uk/news/vacancies-for-broads-local-access-forum-members
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Timeline Photos🏠With new restrictions across the nation, it can be challenging to manage your mental health whilst staying at home.

🛀Try a relaxation technique to ease any tensions in your body. Take a series of deep breaths, relax your shoulders and jaw and ease your muscles.

Finding lockdown and the restrictions tough right now? 👉 Visit our coronavirus and mental health hub which is filled with tips and advice: mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus
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🐺😡We’re calling for members of the public to report incidents of people carrying out ear cropping or arranging for dogs to be cropped abroad by calling the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999.

A recent spike in cases of illegal ear cropping points to the need for urgent action by the veterinary profession and the wider public to curb this worrying trend.

Ear cropping is illegal and it’s time for action to stop it happening in the UK.

British Veterinary Association - BVA have launched the #CutTheCrop campaign to stop the normalising of this mutilation.

Please note, this blog contains graphic images some may find upsetting: www.bva.co.uk/news-and-blog/blog-article/why-an-alarming-new-trend-has-vets-saying-cut-the-crop/
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With over 1,000 years of history, there is a lot more you can find out about Bury St Edmunds through books!

We've picked out 10 of our favourites that everyone should read...

www.visit-burystedmunds.co.uk/blog/2021/10-books-about-bury-st-edmunds-that-everyone-should-read

#uniquelyburystedmundsandbeyond
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Norwich Market has a variety of stalls currently open to make sure you can get hold of essential produce.

We'd like to thank all customers of #NorwichMarket for continuing to show your support for these small and independent businesses.

When you visit, it's important to continue to follow the rules put in place for the safety of all, this includes:

• wearing a mask – this is compulsory for all stallholders and visitors (except for people exempt or children under 12)

• takeaway – hot and prepared food and drink must be consumed off the market

• hand sanitiser – please use the sanitiser provided, or your own, before entering the market and when leaving

• please shop alone, wherever possible

• not gathering – remember to buy your goods and then leave, not gathering and making sure you keep a good distance from other shoppers.

We can't wait to welcome back the traders who are currently not trading and some of these are providing online services in the meantime.

#LoveNorwichMarket
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New job vacancies:

Great Yarmouth Borough Council are looking for
Admin and Clerical Staff to join our Bank
(Working on an As and When Basis)

• Location – Great Yarmouth
• Competitive pay
• Opportunities for full and part time working available (including additional hours for existing part time workers)
• Working patterns can vary but are generally: Monday to Friday 08:00-16:00 or 09:00-17:00

For further information and to apply please follow the following link: gybc.engageats.co.uk/
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There is no charge for the COVID-19 vaccine.

People most at risk from the complications of COVID-19 are being offered the vaccine first. The NHS will contact you when it's your turn to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Find out more 👇
nhs.uk/covidvaccine
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Indoor Sports to Engage in During the Pandemic
Since the onset of the pandemic, a lot of people have been stuck at home, doing nothing. In fact, a lot of people are simply binge-watching their favorite TV shows, while other are enjoying their preferred blackjack online games and video games. However, just because it's a pandemic, it doesn't mean that you cannot be fit. #beccles #Lowestoft #Waveney #wymondham
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A Norfolk art society which successfully hosted one of the county’s first virtual exhibitions earlier this year have launched a competition to support its members and the wider art community.

Since the first lockdown Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle has transferred its activity online to provide opportunities for new and existing members to try and ease the sense of isolation many artists have #Norwich
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Top #socialmedia Sites for #digitalmarketing
In today's world, where a lot of people are spending so much time on the internet, it only makes sense to advertise and market your products through social media. That way, you are able to reach more customers. #dereham #greatyarmouth #ipswich #norwich #sudbury
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Businesses across the Great Yarmouth borough are urged to take advantage of a Government-funded jobs scheme supporting young people who might otherwise struggle to enter the world of work.

The Kickstart Scheme provides funding to create new six-month job placements for 16- to 24-year-olds on Universal Credit who are at risk of long-term unemployment. Employers of all sizes and sectors can apply. #gorleston #greatyarmouth
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How to Design a #modernhome?
Nowadays, a lot of people are going the modern way in terms of home design. There is something that is so clean and refreshing about modern homes. The good news is that you can also turn your home into a modern one. #aylsham #felixstowe #Waveney
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Online Taekwondo Lessons 'continue' on a screen near you!
Learn Taekwondo LIVE online during the latest Covid Restrictions!
Taekwon-do training will keep you strong physically and mentally!!
New members always welcome whatever your age!
Exercise in your home during the Covid Lockdown.

On Mondays and Thursdays we will be running
Online Taekwondo classes using Zoom.

These #beccles #greatyarmouth #halesworth #Loddon #Lowestoft #Waveney
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Can You Use Digital #marketing For All Businesses?
We are living in a modern era and we cannot deny that fact. As a result, both the business and the non-business world are both making great strides in order to make sure that they are keeping up with the technology that is rapidly changing the world. #burystedmunds #kingslynn #Lowestoft
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Businesses You Can Do at Home
In these difficult times, it doesn’t mean that you have to just sit at home doing nothing. After all, you will actually need some money to survive. Apart from playing jokaroom casino online games for some huge wins, you can also do other #businesses while at home. #Ipswich #Norwich
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