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The return of Sax Fest was blessed with fabulous weather, thankfully. When you think about it, Saxmundham is only a small town and thanks to Terry Barrow and his hardworking team of volunteers a great festival is produced for the whole community to get together and enjoy. Great headliners and a chance to showcase local talent – of which we have plenty! Well done all. And a big thank you to talented photographer Christian Barker for the Sax Fest photo on our cover, and the photos on pages 8 & 9. Some great shots that sum up a great weekend.
Saxmundham celebrated a very successful day marking the 750th anniversary of being granted their first market charter. Lots to see and do all around the town – the many people it attracted can only be a positive for local businesses and organisations. Well done all! I’m sure Sax Community Fest will be equally well attended – let’s hope they get the same weather!
Saxmundham has two major events in July – firstly something a bit different as we go back to medieval times to celebrate the 750th anniversary of Saxmundham receiving its Market Charter in 1272. With a Vintage & Antiques Market, a medieval procession and encampment and plenty of entertainment and performances all around town – put 9th July in your diaries and support this original community event!