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Front – Cllr Geoff Holdcroft (left) with NRG Theatres’ chief executive, Ray Anderson, watched by (back – left to right) with NRG Theatres’ artist director, Vince Rayner, Cllr Andy Smith and Suffolk Coastal’s Leader, Cllr Ray Herring.

Photo: Paul Nixon

New Spa Pavilion boss admits making Felixstowe theatre a success will ‘not be an easy ride’

Theatre boss Ray Anderson accepts it will be a tough challenge to turn Felixstowe’s Spa Pavilion into a success but is determined to bring back the big names to the resort.

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Buzz Seager from Live Well Suffolk (right) will be running the new course and offering CO monitor tests to help people track their progress

Resort’s e-cig anti-smoking group will be one of first in the country

Smokers in Felixstowe are being offered the chance to take part in an innovative group which aims to help people stop smoking using e-cigarettes.

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Dean Gould, centre, was joined by cast members from The Full Monty at the Regent Theatre Louis Emerick, Martin Miller, and Andrew Dunn.

Full Monty cast enjoy some flippin’ good fun with Dean Gould

“Dexterous Dean” Gould took centre stage as he broke two world records in front of actors from the Regent Theatre’s Full Monty Show.

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An area of vacant land at the Haven Exchange in Felixstowe could be used for a new 20,000sq ft ASda store and filling station.

New Asda superstore and petrol station approved for Felixstowe’s Haven Exchange site

Around 200 new jobs will be created after community leaders today rejected their officers’ advice and voted overwhelmingly to approve a new £18million Asda superstore at Felixstowe.

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An area of vacant land at the Haven Exchange in Felixstowe could be used for a new 20,000sq ft ASda store and filling station.

D-Day for Asda superstore vote at Felixstowe – planners and councillors to cross swords

Community leaders and their planning officers will cross swords on Monday as proposals for a new £18million superstore in Felixstowe reach their final hurdle.

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