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Armed with a tent peg mallet, Love Hearts, chocolate bars, saline wipes and bottles of water, the popular Latitude Festival Pastors helped spread peace and love across the sprawling canvas city in the fields of Henham Park in Suffolk.
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Town Pastors from 11 projects across Suffolk and Norfolk will be helping to ensure the safety of the 35,000 people attending the Latitude music and arts festival in Suffolk in mid July.
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An appeal has been put out for a budding artist to take part in a live painting project in the Town Pastors cafe at the well-known Latitude music festival in Suffolk in mid July.
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Ipswich4family name has now changed to Family First with immediate effect .
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The Catholic charismatic weekend Celebrate East Anglia takes place in Bury St Edmunds on June 3 and 4 with a well-known line-up of speakers.
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A Felixstowe clergyman has today declared he is standing as an independent candidate in the General Election for the Suffolk Coastal constituency – one of the first clergy to do so since the law was changed in 2001
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Although the Ipswich International Church started an English language school about 13 years ago it has recently taken on a new life as an independent organisation.
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A YMCA Suffolk accommodation project has reached the finals of a prestigious national youth awards ceremony, due to be hosted by TV presenter June Sarpong MBE.
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An 80-strong pilgrim group from the Diocese of East Anglia has returned to the UK after joining two million other young Catholics, and Pope Francis, at World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland.  
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Latest Blogs

Sarah Page
"Now, I was turning to God – asking Him to give me the strength to turn my back on the drink. But the alcohol had complete control over me – I was powerless. " ... Sarah Page bravely tells how she stayed in recovery from her alcohol addiction...
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Sarah Page
I am deeply sorry for the hurt and anguish I have caused my loved ones. However I do not regret the past – nor wish to turn my back on it, because I now understand that my journey has all been part of God's plan for me...
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Becky Roberts
Let’s talk about feeling let down. We’ve all felt it, we’ve all said it, we’ve all done it. In a generation which has an awful lot to say about what it is entitled to, we increasingly feel like we are being let down, disappointed...
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Sarah Page
The day I walkeed into my first AA meeting... It was a miracle... They were speaking my language – and seemed to know my story – my thinking – my feelings – my behaviour – without me having uttered a single word ….
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Sarah Page
"At what point did my social drinking tip over into dependent, alcoholic drinking? When did it go so horribly wrong? I really don't know." ... Sarah Page bravely tells how she overcame her alcohol addiction... Sarah works for Ipswich based charity, TK
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Andrew Kleissner
So: was the result of the EU Referendum down to the collective intelligence or stupidity of the British population (according to your point of view)? Or was it in fact God’s will for our nation? That’s a tricky question to answer, and it throws up the
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