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9 June 2021   - Maya
I visited Pride in Suffolk’s Past at The Hold, and from the very moment you walk in you can see the care placed in every detail of this exhibition. You step back into the past and follow history through ...
7 June 2021   - Natasha
The top five reasons why Ipswich can be your next choice for a staycation in the UK, this could be for a week or a weekend. However long you want to stay you will be welcomed with open arms. 1. The ...
7 June 2021   - Lily
Though they may be small sanctuaries amidst an urban jungle, gardens play a significant role in supporting native wildlife species and helping ecosystems to thrive. Whether you have an acre of land, a balcony, or a window sill, there are ...
2 June 2021   - Rose
This past year it is more important than ever to give back to our local communities; particularly to people who have been affected by the pandemic so today I am sharing some small ways we can support others around us ...
27 May 2021   - Natasha
Being the LGBTQ+ officer has meant amazing opportunities to connect with students, organize fascinating events, and work with many teams I would never have otherwise. This is just a retelling of some of my major highlights.As a small society ...
14 May 2021   - Brandon
The global pandemic has taught us that we need arts and cultural events more than ever. As an Event and Tourism Management graduate, it is hard for me to view a world without the arts because it gives us a ...
7 May 2021   - Natasha
During Mental Health Awareness Week, The Mental Health Foundation suggests making a habit each day of connecting to the nature in your local area. Student Life Disability and Mental health adviser Cari Longhurst has some tips for bringing nature to ...
6 May 2021   - Max
A quick Google search when researching this topic has already told me I might go down a different route to the apparent norm - I saw article upon article about the benefit of eating dark chocolate and making overnight oats. ...
4 May 2021   - Lily
In 1956, golfer Walter Hagen said, ‘You’re only here for a short visit. Don't hurry. Don't worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.’ The modern world is fast-paced, bustling, and many times relentless in its ways. ...

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