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Schools Forum backs Labour’s childcare help plea

Originally posted on Suffolk Labour Group:
Labour’s Children’s Services spokesperson, Cllr Helen Armitage, has cautiously welcomed the news that the Early Years funding allocation from Suffolk County Council is set to rise and that changes to deprivation and special needs…

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Sporting Memories groups coming to six Suffolk libraries

Sporting Memories reminiscence groups are to be established at six Suffolk libraries. These new groups for over-50s will be starting at Hadleigh Library, Ipswich County Library, Lowestoft Library, Newmarket Library, Stowmarket Library and Sudbury Library in February 2018. Attendees can … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Wishing a very merry Christmas to all those who celebrate

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23 Quotes That Perfectly Explain Racism (To People Who Don’t “See Color”)

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Cameron Russell If the first words out of your mouth are to cry ‘political correctness!’, … chances are very, very high that you are in fact part of the problem. N.K. Jemisin White people don’t…

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We won’t play shabby back-room politics

Originally posted on Suffolk Labour Group:
The following is Suffolk County Council Labour Group leader Sandy Martin’s speech to the Annual Meeting of the Council, delivered on the 30th May 2014. Mr Chairman, congratulations on your election. On 2 May…

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As people of colour, voting is only one part of our civic duty

Originally posted on Media Diversified:
By Huma Munshi It was Russell Brand that said he never voted. I was reminded of this on hearing the results of the local and European elections over the last few days. He noted in…

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Don’t miss the Holi Festival

The Holi Festival will take place in Holywells Park on Sunday – a year after a thousand people enjoyed the first outdoor event of its kind in Ipswich. “Holi” is the Hindu festival that welcomes the spring and celebrates the … Continue reading

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