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Aldeburgh Cinema was founded in 1919. Since then their aim has remained the same; to provide a warm welcome, and great quality entertainment for local residents and visitors to the seaside town.
The Bumblebee Children’s Charity is a specialist centre, which works with families to support babies and young children with physical difficulties to take part in a fun filled sensory programme.
The Halesworth and District Museum is run by volunteers and packed with displays about local history, dating from the earliest settlers in the Blyth Valley to the busy hub of malting, brewing and agriculture which was the town in Victorian times.
SARS provides specialist clinicians to assist the East of England Ambulance Service at the scenes of incidents where patients require an enhanced level of medical care, before they reach hospital. SARS responders carry items of lifesaving equipment and drugs not normally found on front-line ambulances.
For 30 years, Families in Need (FIND) Ipswich has offered a lifeline to people in Ipswich and the surrounding areas who are experiencing poverty and despair. It provides free food parcels and personal care items to help people get through a crisis, as well as furniture, bedding and other household items where the person or family has none.
A not-for-profit, user-led organisation, the charity was started by parents of people with disabilities. Services include daytime support services, support in the home and community, domiciliary services, supported living and a social club. Social enterprise projects offer the chance to learn employment and life skills, and experience working as a part of a team.
Access Community Trust promotes social inclusion for community benefit, by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.
Established in 1995, The Bridge Project provides a safe, nurturing environment to support those living with dementia, learning disabilities and those experiencing mental health issues – creating opportunities for personal development and building friendships.
Art For Cure raises money for leading breast cancer research and grant funding to breast cancer support services in Suffolk.

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