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    Woodbridge Horticultural Society Talk last Thursday

    Woodbridge Horticultural Society Talk 10th November 2016 A well supported talk by collector, restorer and bookbinder David Holmes meant that members and guests of Woodbridge Horticultural Society had an interesting and entertaining evening learning about Garden Tools and Antiques Garden tools have been part of human civilisation since man first used deer antlers to cultivate […]

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    Gritting Volunteers Wanted – Your Community Needs You!

    Your Community Needs You! Winter is coming and with the snow and ice, walking and driving can be difficult. However, these conditions can be improved with the addition of a little Community Spirit through the input of Gritting Volunteers. In 2010 there was a change in Suffolk County Council’s (SCC) Insurance Policy and the change […]

    Tidemill Yacht Harbour

    The Tidemill Yacht Harbour in Woodbridge has been owned by Richard Kember since 1985 and over the years has grown from a mud hole that held only 20 boats into one of the premier marinas on the East Coast. In December 2013, Woodbridge experienced a huge tidal surge which caused damage to the infrastructure of […]

    Barretts of Woodbridge Soft Furnishings Department Sales Assistant & Estimator

    Barretts of Woodbridge Soft Furnishings Department Sales Assistant & Estimator Full Time Post Barretts of Woodbridge is looking for a full time Sales Assistant for our busy Soft Furnishing Department. The main job requirements are listed below: Serving customers in the shop Providing advice on colour, style and hardware (poles/tracks) for fabric, curtains, blinds, wallpaper […]

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    Mayor’s Musings – October 2016

    “Dear Reader, My consort, Una Mitchell and I have been busy during October representing Woodbridge at a number of events. We started the month attending an induction service for a new co-minister at the Baptist Quay Church. It was an interesting and energetic service and well supported – a thriving church. I went to the […]

    MAD-HR: Why Employer Brand is so important to your business

    When we think about the importance of branding as a marketing tool, it is all about creating a connection with your customers on an emotional level so that they would not think of using any other company other than your own. Given that many companies use the phrase “our people are our best asset”, it […]

    News about Woodbridge Community Hall

    Woodbridge Community Hall was opened in 1981 and is managed on a day to day basis by a Management Committee. Apart from 2 part time cleaner/caretakers and a booking secretary, all the management is undertaken by volunteers. All surplus income is used for the upkeep and improvements to the Hall. The Hall is widely used […]

    Get involved with Celebrating 100 Years of Martlesham Heath (MH100)

    The Weekend of  8TH/9TH July 2017 – Celebrating 100 years of Martlesham Heath. Planning and Fundraising continues for this Major Event… what we have so far…. A replica Spitfire and Hurricane to be on display here major staging has been booked large display of vintage and veteran vehicles is coming Fun Fair and entertainment. and […]

    Job Opportunity at The Galley

    The Galley in Woodbridge are looking for enthusiastic new staff members to join them. They have vacancies for experienced full / part time waiting staff and a chef for their family run restaurant. They are also looking for an enthusiastic, fully qualified chef to join their busy kitchen. Please get in touch with The Galley if […]

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    Christmas with a Co-op difference

    The East of England Co-op have now opened their brand new, flagship supermarket in the heart of Woodbridge, more than 90 years from the day they first arrived in the town. With a huge range of Sourced Locally produce, affordable luxury items and everyday essentials, the new supermarket really does have something for everyone. From […]