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Come and see First Bus in the Hub between 11.30 -14.00 on Tuesday 4 June to discuss your local bus service, ticket options and current promotions!

The Book People will be in the Hub from 11.00-14.30 on Wednesday 5 June.

Changing Faces (the leading disfigurement charity in the UK) will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 6 June to provide information and literature, and also give a demonstration of their Skin Camouflage Service.

Changing Faces (the leading disfigurement charity in the UK) will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 6 June.  Information and literature will be available aimed both at people with any kind of disfigurement to the face, hands or body, helping to build their self-confidence and provide coping skills, but also to the general public to help raise awareness of the issues surrounding disfigurement – such as tackling prejudice and bullying.  There will also be a demonstration of their Skin Camouflage Service.

Come and see First Bus in the Hub between 11.30 -14.00 on Tuesday 4 June to discuss your local bus service, ticket options and current promotions!

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 30 May.

The Suffolk Youth Offending Service mentoring project is looking for volunteer mentors to work with young people on a one to one basis, mainly assisting them to access a constructive leisure activity, and supporting them to maintain this. In turn this will help in building up the self-esteem and self-confidence of the young person.

Full training and ongoing training is provided, as well as regular support meetings. Mentors need to be over the age of 18 and have access to transport. Mentors will be required to meet with a young person weekly, for up to 2 hours a week. We also ask that mentors commit to volunteering with Suffolk Youth Offending Service for a minimum of 12 months.

For further information, please e-mail kate.dawson@suffolk.gov.uk or contact her on 01473 341805.

The PULSE team from the New Wolsey Theatre will be in the Hub on Tuesday 21 May from 11.30-14.00 to tell you more about this year’s Pulse Fringe Festival which runs from 30 May to 8 June.

Tesco will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 22 May to promote the opening of their new Click and Collect pod located on Tesco premises.  Customers will be able to pre-book a time slot and drive through to collect their shopping.

Tesco will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Wednesday 22 May to promote the opening of their new Click and Collect pod.  Customers will be able to pre-book a time slot and drive through to collect their shopping.

The PULSE team from the New Wolsey Theatre will be in the Hub on Tuesday 21 May from 11.30-14.00 to tell you more about this year’s festival which runs from 30 May to 8 June.

PULSE FRINGE FESTIVAL – 30 MAY TO 8 JUNE

10-days / 47 companies / 22 finished shows / 22 works in progress / 2 bespoke new pieces made with the people of Ipswich / a brand new commission / a competition: the Suitcase Prize, in which participants compete to win £1,000 for the best piece of theatre that can be toured on public transport / and a family day on Sunday 2 June.

PULSE Fringe is a snapshot of contemporary theatre and performance comprising of finished shows, work in progress and new ideas. Now in its 13th year, the festival brings an exciting blend of artists embracing a wide variety of performance arts to Ipswich offering a unique opportunity to see a wide range of top quality, emotionally charged and entertaining work and innovative thinking. The Festival takes places across the New Wolsey Theatre, New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich Museum, the HEG (High Street Exhibition Gallery) and Ipswich Town Hall. With live music in the bar at the end of every day and dinner for a fiver. It’s the Edinburgh Fringe on your doorstep!

See a live, interactive re-telling of the 1987 classic film, Predator; meet Victoria Melody, otherwise known as Mrs Brighton, who reflects on our fascination with celebrities, beauty and winning; Mark Thomas presents Bravo Figaro, a powerful story about his relationship with his father; Ursula Martinez has created a show called My Stories, Your Emails about the reaction to her infamous magic striptease act when it was illicitly posted online… and lots more….

Find out more at www.pulsefringe.com

Tickets start at £8, reducing to £5 when you book 4 or more events.

The Suffolk Police Community Support Officers will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Monday 13 May.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 16 May.

There will be a promotion of the Additude Music Festival during lunchtime on Wednesday 8 May.

Do you sail or would you like to give it a go? Then come and find out more about the Sailing Club at lunchtime on Thursday 9 May and learn to sail our dinghies.

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