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Halesworth is gearing up for their Heritage Open Days in September and Halesworth to Southwold Narrow Gauge Railway Society will once again be taking part after recently experiencing their best ever Open Day for visitor numbers, new members and takings. It must be very rewarding – their hard work is paying off! See pages 5 & 11 for more details of Halesworth’s Heritage events and the Railway Society.
It’s lovely to once again be able to feature the welcome return of Halesworth’s Day of Dance, lifting the spirits of all after a grim couple of yIf yHow lovely to see Halesworth Volunteers (formerly Halesworth Volunteer Centre) honoured for their sterling work, particularly during the pandemic, but ongoing. Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2022 is quite some achievement and judging by all they did during the pandemic – very well deserved! Well done all, I’m sure your efforts mean an awful lot to many people feeling isolated. Halesworth should be very proud.
It’s lovely to once again be able to feature the welcome return of Halesworth’s Day of Dance, lifting the spirits of all after a grim couple of yIf you aren’t already aware of Halesworth’s Party in the Park to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee hopefully this magazine is in time to remedy that. All you need is chairs, rug and a picnic and hopefully some good weather! Fun for the children and table and chairs will be provided, if needed, for older residents. See page 8 for more details. Or maybe you have your own plans for the celebratory bank holiday? Either way if you would like to share photos of your Jubilee celebrations it would be lovely to share them in a future edition of the Halesworth Hoot. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Mobile phone photos are fine and easy to send.