Episode 6 - Festivals and Flood Defences - We are back taking Everything East Suffolk... Are you ready to get back to the theatre and how do you feel about wearing a mask in shops in Suffolk? We talk to Jane Zarins and Julia Sowerbutts from Ink who run the Ink festival. Plus a huge funding boost for Waveney flood defences - just how far will that money go. Also joining us is Lowestoft town councillor or Kirkley Alice Taylor.
Episode 5 - From The Frontline - The Coronavirus pandemic has been tough on all of us, and especially for key workers. In this special podcast, East Suffolk One is 'From the frontline' with The East of England Ambulance service. What is it like to be a paramedic in a pandemic, what is the impact on your life and that of your family? Stewart Overy talks to Paramedic and Leading Operations Manager, Mark Little and Marie Thompson, Frontline Emergency Care Assistant.
Episode 4 - Summertime in Suffolk is usually a fun time with lots of tourists, fish and chips, and drinks in the beer gardens of broadside pubs. As the lockdown starts to ease, what kind of summer can we expect in East Suffolk? Plus It's Suffolk day on the 21st of June, we find out about the day and the Suffolk Flag. Joining John Hammond are Dan Poitras, Chairman of Lowestoft Vision and Manager of the Britten Centre in Lowestoft, John Wylson, a Director at the Excelsior Trust in Lowestoft And Ben Archer, from the Suffolk Flag group
Episode 3 - Lockdown and Leisure: Weddings cancelled and tourists staying away - how does the leisure industry get going again in East Suffolk? Joining John Hammond on our third podcast are Jo Harmer - local businesswoman and founder of social networking group 'Ladies in lockdown', and Andy Fuller, Marketing Manager at Pleasurewood Hills.
Episode 2- Lowestoft Bridge, Unicorns and Roses: Lowestoft is finally getting a third crossing over Lake Lothing. We talk about what this means for the town and the wider area with Lowestoft Mayor and town councilor Alice Taylor together with local business owner Danny Steel. Also, we are joined by Bungay based personal trainer Gemma Loades who shares some tips to help us keep moving while we stay at home.
Episode 1- In our first podcast, we talk about how the Coronavirus pandemic has affected us here in East Suffolk. Joining us are Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw - Green Party Suffolk County Councillor for Beccles, Phil Aves - Change Manager at Lowestoft Rising and Micheal Strand - Community Fundraising Manager, Suffolk Wildlife Trust.