Posted 4 March 2018
Create your own floral centre-piece with Jacinth Duncan
Wednesday 28 March
£39 (including materials)
Advance booking required
Contact Jacinth on 07904 130343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Singing, music and movement for pre-school children and their parents or carers
Every Monday during term-time starting 19th February with free taster session
9.45-10.30am: 3-4 year olds
11.00-11.45am: 1-2 year olds
£3.50 per child / £2.00 per additional sibling. Maximum 3 children to 1 adult
Pay on the day but please book in advance by contacting the Station House on 07856 810828 or email email@example.com
Please use car park opposite St John's Church just 3-minute walk, by kind permission. The Station House has sheltered buggy parking.
Creative craft workshops offered exclusively to those living with, recovering from, or caring for someone with cancer.
Last Friday of each month
Friday 23 February: card making - stunning, simple designs.
Cost £8 to include most materials. To book phone Jane on 01728 746012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Wednesday 2-4pm
No advance booking required
£2 per person
Bring your knitting, or wool and needles if you are stuck for ideas, as some patterns will be available,
For enquiries please call Jenny Marett on 01728 748245 or email email@example.com
Please park in the auction centre car park just 2-3 minutes walk, by kind permission.
For all ages. No booking required
2-4pm every 1st Thursday of the month
£2 per person
Please bring scrabble sets. Other games such as bananagrams, chess and cribbage also welcome.
For enquiries, please call Ruth Redgrave on 01728 748067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 12 January, 9 February, 9 March, 13 April
Starting and finishing at the Station House
Meet 10.15am for 60-90minute walk, grade 2/4
No advance booking required
New monthly workshop offering craft classes exclusively to those living with, recovering from or caring for someone with cancer.
Last Friday of each month 1.30pm-3.30pm
Friday 26th January: cardmaking - teabag folding and toppers
Cost: £8.00 to include most materials
To book email Jane at email@example.com or phone 01728 746012
Station House Community Connections received the Taylor Woodrow Partnership Award in a ceremony for the National Railway Heritage Awards at Merchant Taylors’ Hall in London on 6th December. It was awarded for the restoration work and improvements to the Station House and presented by the Director for Rail at Taylor Woodrow and the Managing Director of London Underground.
Photograph: Duncan Phillips/National Railway Heritage Awards
A memorable occasion as 40 members of all ages gathered for mince pies, cake, hot punch and carols to celebrate Christmas with passengers on trains passing by.
In a spontaneous performance, the more experienced singers amongst us provided descant voices when required, and the train drivers and guards enjoyed mince pies too!
Next course: 4, 11, 18, 25 January, 1, 8, 15, 22 February
11-16 year olds: 5.00-6.30pm
Adults (new): 6.30-8.00pm
Contact: Creative Computing Club 07850 940591
Come and join us at the Station House on Christmas Eve, 4-5pm, for carols, mince pies and hot punch.
Two replica Great Eastern Railway benches were installed today, generously funded by the Railway Heritage Trust, to complement the new canopy.
Every Thursday 5-6.30pm starting 2nd November. The first course will help participants make interactive software and games, and learn the fundamentals of computer programming. Advance booking required. Course fee: £50.
Every Wednesday 4-6pm during term-time starting 1st November. No advance booking necessary but please pick up a one-off registration form from the Station House cafe. Bring your computer or use our workstations and enjoy good quality broadband.
Our station adopters were the proud recipients of the Best Community Involvement Award at Greater Anglia's Station Adopters' Awards 2017.
Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC) stop off 'en route' for well-earned refreshments.
Station House Community Connections were guests at the Association of Community Rail Partnerships' annual awards (ACoRP) in Derby and the next day, joined East Midlands Trains at the naming ceremony for THE STATION VOLUNTEER.
9-mile circular walk started at the Station House as part of the East Suffolk Line Guided Walks programme.
U3A (University of the Third Age) are making music once a month in the Easterling Room.
First Society AGM in the Easterling Room. Find out more about joining on the ‘support us’ link.
First Health Walk as part of One Life Suffolk’s Walking for Health festival. Friendly and free. Walking again on 13 Oct, 10 Nov, 8 Dec.
Starting 21 st September Suffolk Coastal Leisure Learning have started the autumn term with Italian for Beginners in the Easterling Room and Getting up to speed with Microsoft Office
in the Peto Room, our computer and training suite.
The Doves enjoying a history talk and lunch in the Easterling Room.
Dr Therese Coffey MP for Suffolk Coastal held her advice surgery in the Thompson Suite.
We have already delivered 6 talks across the county. If your organisation or school would like to book a talk at the Station House, express your interest here and we’ll be in touch.
We have funding to run a pilot programme for 6-weeks. Express your interest here and we’ll be in touch.
We have funding to run 6 workshops for the over 50s. Express your interest here and we’ll be in touch.
Maggie Singleton is planning a series of health walks starting and finishing at the Station House. Express your interest here and we’ll be in touch.