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Iceni Post

Coronavirus Support

Regularly publishing and promoting online information about activities that can be done at home, for active minds and bodies.

General Details

A Web Publication for Waveney, Norfolk and Suffolk, offering both promotional and historical publishing of information for communities, businesses, and non profit organisations and charities, now includes an events calendar.

'The Waveney Valley is situated on the Norfolk Suffolk boundary, and is steeped in history, arts and heritage linking it to both counties, it has a vibrant community, and contains some of the most beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife in East Anglia.'

The publication utilises the latest web media via the power of Google and YouTube which offers the full use of video, music and photography. Editorials can include image slide shows and pdf files of brochures, catalogues etc.

Community events, local business editorials, arts information, theatre groups, music societies, martial arts, local sports, festivals, carnivals, local charities, lions, rotary, wildlife features, local news, did you know and now and then information, recipes, safety driving hints, stories and audio, music video, photographic images, web links to local organisations.

Who to contact

Nigel and Susan Bedingfield
01986 895204
Social Media
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Additional contact

Additional Website

Where to go

Iceni Post
53 Waveney Road
NR35 1LJ
Area served
East Suffolk
Venue Email
Venue Website

Days & Times

Note: this is an on-line service only

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people

Free publishing of information for non profit organisations and charities, low cost advertising rates for business editorials.

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