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August Edition

August sees the welcome return of Aldeburgh carnival and on page 6 you will find details of the programme for the many events and activities over carnival weekend and leading up to it, so be sure to have a look and see how you and your family can get involved! Please feel free to send me any photos for next month’s edition. 

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July Edition

At last, Carnival returns! The Queen and her four attendants have been named and will be looking forward to the procession on Monday I’m sure. It will surely be a successful one after the two year break – we should all appreciate the 200 or so volunteers who make it so, giving us all a weekend of family fun to enjoy. These pages are full of many more events happening in the next few weeks so I hope you all have the kind of summer we have very much missed!

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June Edition

To celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee our cover image shows the Jubilee street party held in 1911 for King George V’s Coronation. Thank you to Aldeburgh Museum who will be holding a small exhibition of photos and memorabilia of the many connections Aldeburgh has with the Royal It’s always good to feature Aldeburgh residents, past and present, and this month we are doing just that, featuring new books by Derek Wyatt (The Platinum Queen) and Frances Gibb (A Time and a Place) and Andrew Howard tells us the story of his impressive trek to and from Everest Base Camp (all current Aldeburgh residents) and past residents are featured in Alde Valley Suffolk Family History Group’s tale of Louisa, daughter of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, (the first female Mayor of Aldeburgh and the first female doctor in England), who was just as much of a trailblazer as her mother.

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