top of page

July Slice of Cake

Updated: Jan 22, 2020

Let's Adapt and Embrace It

It’s all been about the dungarees this summer. I think as the weather has not been as fabulous as we had hoped our summer shift dresses are still gathering dust in the wardrobe. So let’s embrace them.

I have lots of great colours, lots of different styles and from £30 up to £48 not expensive. I have worn my pair to death, channelling Meryl, as my husband keeps pointing out.

I have also got plenty of the relaxed style of linen trousers, again in different colours.

Some great tops, bright summer scarves and lots of small summer clutch bags.

I have all of Carlos from Chic & Unique crochet dresses in the shop, which are just great for that St Tropez look.

I am introducing Lila who makes crystal stone jewellery at very reasonable prices, each piece is unique. I now have a few big rings made from silver spoons as requested.

Special Midsummer Clearance  Week

From Monday 15th to Saturday 20th. Everything in the garden priced at £5, £10, £15 or £20.  

Gigs in the Garden, which can be booked on the web site

Friday 5th July. £5. A fun relaxed night with a bit of tuition of Tango and Salsa. Nothing too formal, but a chance to have a go and then dance the night away to some great Latino music. Bring your own and something to sit on.

Friday 12th  July. Fabulous Folk Night. £5. The Silburys will be entertaining us along with Helen from the Elly Tree. Liquid refreshment of beer and cider will be provided by Hopsters. Bring your own snacks and something to sit on.

Friday 2nd August. Last Orders. Lively Classical Jazz. £5

Friday 9th August. Ruby Red and the Bakelites. Swing, Blues & Gypsy Jazz. Either Friday 16th or Sunday 18th August.  Gin in the Garden.

Sunday 25th August. Exit 13 and Holly Johnston.

On the Street

Hullabaloo the award winning vegan cafe is now officially open and everyone seems to love it.

We have the Elmer’s Big Parade all over Ipswich and lots of elephants here on the Saints.   Love it.

The Street Market was a great success and we have the Christmas one booked for Sunday 1st December. We already have over 20 stall booked but spread the word and if anyone wants to book go to...

A dear friend and talented artist Valerie Irwin will be exhibiting her Change in Charcoal, her response to the demolition and construction at Cranfield’s Flour Mill and Ipswich Docks. An amazing body of work that Valerie completed which amounted to over 4,000 drawings and 25 sketch books. Before it is completely catalogued and be made ready to be housed in The Hold  we get a rare opportunity to see some chosen pieces which will be on display in the Whistler Gallery at DanceEast from 26th July. I urge you to go and take a look.

I think that’s just about enough information. Ipswich has a wealth of events happening over the summer, just check out these links to see what’s on.

Blessings and love. Lynn


Die Kommentarfunktion wurde abgeschaltet.
bottom of page