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Book review: Blood Symmetry by Kate Rhodes

This book choice is a topical one. You may have seen the government has announced an inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal that left at least 2,400 people dead. In the 1970s and 1980s thousands of NHS patients, many of them haemophiliacs, were given blood products from abroad infected with hepatitis C and HIV. It

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Duke of Cambridge makes a flying visit to Gislingham

When Lynda Robinson was playing with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Lily on her lounge floor one evening, little did she know that within twelve hours, HRH The Duke of Cambridge would be standing on her doorstep. Unfortunately, for Lynda, whilst playing with Lily she slipped a disc in her back and was unable to

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News from Gislingham village hall

It is with regret that the Chairman informed the Trustees that he had received a letter of resignation from Jane Franklin. Jane had been a Trustee for many years and had worked tirelessly to help make the Village Hall an integral part of the village. At present there are vacancies for Trustees on the Village

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Gislingham playgroup news

This term we have been very busy enjoying our garden and walks around the village. We took part in sports day with the school, and the children starting school in September have been into reception class meeting their teachers and meeting new friends. We would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Summer Holiday,

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In conversation with Chris Saunders

This month I talk to Chris Saunders about the 2nd “Gis-Fest” music festival he is organising at Gislingham Village Hall on Saturday 24th June. JN: How did the original idea for a Music Festival come about? Chris: Back in 2015, the GVHC proposed to organise some kind of event to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of

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