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August 2020

SYC Camp Out on Glebe Meadow – cancelled due to COVID-19

August 1 - August 2
Glebe Meadow
Free

Come and join us camping out on the Glebe Meadow. Pitch your tents during the day, and then enjoy the Starston Village Fete at The Old Rectory from 6pm.  There will be a BBQ and fete games (charges for these). Sleep in your tent overnight, or out under the stars, and then enjoy breakfast in the Jubilee Hall with family and friends. The toilet and wash facilities at the Jubilee Hall will be available up until 23.00 pm on Saturday.…

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Jubilee Hall Pub Night on the Glebe Meadow

August 14 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Glebe Meadow

As the Jubilee Hall is still closed due to COVID 19, we will once again be holding our pub night on the Glebe Meadow. We are unable to provide drinks for sale so please bring your own drinks, nibbles and a chair  and join friends and neighbours for a  a chance to relax and chat. The first of our "Glebe Meadow Pubs" in July was very well attended so we hope you will be to join us. weather permitting of…

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September 2020

Surviving 9/11 (Postponed to 2021)

September 11 @ 7:25 pm - 9:30 pm
Jubilee Hall Starston, + Google Map
£3.50

  Janice Brooks, a Starston resident, worked on the 84th Floor of Two World Trade Centre in 2001, and will talk to us about what happened on September 11th and how she dealt with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks during the following weeks and months. She will also touch on the impact it had on her mental health and how she learnt that it’s okay to ask for help.  

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Village litter pick & SYC orienteering

September 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Jubilee Hall and Glebe Meadow IP20 9NL + Google Map
Free

Join with other families in the village to clear litter from verges, and then enjoy an orienteering challenge.   If you have never done orienteering before, don't worry, everything will be explained.

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Great Flood Two (Postponed to 2021)

September 19 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Jubilee Hall Starston, + Google Map
£5

A rehearsed reading of a play by Michael Bartlett performed by members of the Made2Measure Theatre Company from Harleston. This play, which is a comedy, looks at the results of extreme climate change. Mr. Rawlings believes it will shortly start raining and will then rain continuously for many months until the flood waters will cover the complete face of the earth so that everyone will be drowned. To counteract this he begins building a ship (which everyone else calls an Ark)…

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