Midnight Road Charity Gig

Tremendous music at this gig on Saturday at Wickham Market Village Hall

Many thanks to Chris the guitarist and the other band members for donating all proceeds to the Disability Advice Service(East Suffolk)

Many thanks to all those that supported the event and those that helped out

A grand total of £870  was raised – FANTASTICMidnight Road gig 30June 2018

VACANCY

 

VACANCY

Disability Advice Service East Suffolk (DAS) delivers free independent advice to disabled people and carers living in the Suffolk Coastal area. DAS has received funding from the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund. We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic manager to ensure delivery of agreed outcomes and develop our services for the future.

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Easy Going Trails.

Easy Going Trails.
 
Suffolk County Council have developed 18 easy to follow trails, each of which gets you close to nature in the very heart of Suffolk’s countryside. Each trail is easy to follow on generally level ground. They range from just 1/3rd of a mile to 8 miles. Explore magical Cavenham Heath, see birds at Lackford Lakes, visit Britain’s first village at West Stow Country Park, enjoy the beautiful grounds at Thornham Walks, or marvel at the views from Dunwich Heath.
 
Trails have been carefully assessed by a team of disabled volunteers and are divided into Easy Access Trails, which are suitable for all, and Easy Going Trails, which follow slightly rougher ground and are a bit more challenging. Each walk starts at a car park, most have accessible toilet facilities and many have cafes or tea-rooms. A few are really wild destinations with no facilities, such as Cavenham Heath, although facilities are close by.
 
For more information, please click here.

NHS CHARGES

NHS CHARGES
Please be aware: If you are in receipt of benefits and need to visit your dentist or get a prescription from your GP, you need to check whether you are on contribution or income based benefits. You are only entitled to FREE treatment it you are getting income based benefits whether that’s ESA or JSA. If you are on contribution based you need to complete a HC1 form(we have a stock of them in the office) or you can ask for income based benefits.
Seek advice, if you have ticked the wrong box, NHS Business Services will charge you for the treatment and add a fine, which could be a substantial amount.
You can find out about your benefits by ringing the DWP on 0800 169 0310 (no charge)