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Prospect will be in the Hub lunchtime on Wednesday 2 February.
The Suffolk Fostering & Adoption Service will be in the Hub from 24-28th January. You can find out more here.
Today in Suffolk there are almost 800 children in care and unfortunately we do not have enough foster carers or adopters for all the children and young people who need them.
If you would like to find out more about fostering or adopting a Suffolk child visit our information stand in the Hub between Monday 24 – Friday 28 January.
Staff from both services will also be available to talk to between 11:30 – 14:00 on Friday 28 January.
Prospect@Adastral Carbon Club talk on Community Environmental Projects, Wednesday 19 January, Alan Rudge Lecture Theatre (first floor Antares Building B61, near Library), 12:30-13:00
Do you want to set up a project in your community? Find out more about the support on offer from Suffolk Coastal District Council to set-up community projects by coming along to this presentation from Dan Wheals, community environmental action advisor.
Interested to know what birds are in your garden this time of year? Then take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch weekend 29-30 January.
You can register online or some identification forms will also be available in the Hub prior to the weekend.
The local RSPB group will then be on site with a stall in the Hub each lunchtime 7-9 February if you wish to discuss your results or find out more about the charity and volunteering activities.
On Wednesday 9 February they will also be giving a formal presentation on the national results at 12:30 in the Alan Rudge Lecture Theatre.
The Book People will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 18 January.
Prospect will be in the Hub lunchtime on Wednesday 19 January.
The Suffolk Police Community Officer will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 13th Jan
Prospect will be in the Hub lunchtime on Wednesday 5 January.
The Community Police Officers will be in the Hub on the following dates between 12.00 – 13.00;
Thursday 8 October