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 On Wednesday 7 November, Toys ’R’ Us will be in the Hub at lunchtime and will be bringing along their Christmas brochures, a range of Top Toy products for people to play with such as the new Nintendo 3DS, Furbies etc. and advertising a late night shopping event on Thursday 15 November. A giant teddy will be raffled on the day in aid of Childline, and 20% off coupons will be available on the day to spend in store.  Gold Card leaflets will also be available to sign up for the Toys ’R’ Us points reward system.

There are no events planned to take place in the Hub during this week.

The RSPB will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Friday 26 October to promote their children’s half term activities at Minsmere – spooky swamps and creepy crawlies, moth and bat hunts, owl pellet dissection, entrails & skeletons, to name a few.

Tuesday 23 October: Street-style, slow cooked british meat. 

Wednesday 31 October: Oven baked cumberland sausages with onion gravy.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THEN – TELL YOUR FRIENDS!

Greater Anglia will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 23 October for their off-peak upgrade promotion.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 24 October.  In addition, RehabWorks will be in the Hub on the same day to promote the BTID ‘Be Fit to Sit’ initiative.

The Suffolk Police Community Support Officers will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 25 October.

The RSPB will be in the Hub on Friday 26 October at lunchtime to promote their children’s half-term activities at Minsmere.

Enjoy a spooky evening of fun and dance at the RSPCA Suffolk East & Ipswich Branch’s next fundraiser. The Halloween ‘Monster Bash’ is on Saturday 27 October from 7pm at Ransomes Sports & Social Club, Sidegate Avenue, Ipswich.

Local band ‘The Invited’ will play a mix of well-known covers – pop, rock and Motown from the 60’s up to present day and Halloween favourites. Fancy dress optional but there will be a prize for the best! A raffle will be held on the night.

So, brush up on your ‘Timewarp’ and email Melayna Yeo for tickets (£10 adults; £5 children). Ticket price includes buffet. All money raised will go towards the running of the RSPCA Martlesham Animal Centre and the clinic in Ipswich. As a small charity, the RSPCA Suffolk East & Ipswich Branch is responsible for its own fundraising and relies on the continuing support of the public to help animals in need.

At lunchtime on Monday 15 October the BT Suffolk Women’s Network will be running a stall in the Hub in aid of Woolverstone Wish.

School Governors’ One-Stop-Shop representatives will be available in the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 16 October to advise you on local vacancy rates and answer any questions you might have.

The BT Library will be in the Hub from 10.00-15.00 on Wednesday 17 October.

At lunchtime on Friday 19 October, The Institution of Engineering & Technology (The IET) will be in the Hub to answer any questions you may have on membership and professional registration (CEng, IEng, ICT Tech and Eng Tech).

At lunchtime on Friday 19 October, The Institution of Engineering & Technology (The IET) will be in the Hub to answer any questions you may have on membership and professional registration (CEng, IEng, ICT Tech and Eng Tech).

The IET have recently launched our “Advantage” programme for developing Engineers and IT professionals. Targeted at those who have graduated in the last five years, it provides a goal-driven approach to your development and gaining professional registration. The programme also provides significant reduction on membership fees.

For experienced engineers & IT professionals, The IET revised its professional registration processes making them more user-friendly without devaluing the standard. Subsequently we have seen a significant rise in the number of engineers and IT Professionals registering with The IET.

Whether you are an existing or prospective member of The IET, we would be happy to provide some guidance on the most appropriate route for you to gain some formal professional recognition.

School Governors’ One-Stop-Shop representatives will be available in the Hub at lunchtime on Tuesday 16 October to advise you on local vacancy rates and answer any questions you might have. With the typical commitment just 6-8 hours per month, becoming a school governor is a chance to make a substantial and positive impact on the education of thousands of children and work towards school improvement and a better community. You do not need to be a parent and the most important quality you can have is to be willing to participate fully.

On 15 October at lunchtime the BT Suffolk Women’s Network will be running a stall in the Hub in aid of Woolverstone Wish.

The Woolverstone Wish Fund has been created in order to raise money to refurbish the Chemotherapy outpatient clinics and day-unit in the Woolverstone Wing of Ipswich Hospital. The aim is to increase the available space, improve privacy for patients and provide a more comfortable treatment area. We have a goal of £800,000.

Many of us know someone who has been treated in Woolverstone Unit.  Clazien, the deputy chair of BTSWN, was treated in the Unit, as well as Steve Dougall, who has recently completed treatment there successfully.

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