What’s Happening in and Around Cockfield

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Please email enquiries@cockfield.org.uk if there is a local event you would like included in the calendar, or if you spot an error.

Area Events

If you are organising an event on a larger scale – perhaps a fete for example – and you want to avoid a date clash, check the Heart of Suffolk website, which lists many events taking place in the area.

Apr
13
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
Apr 13 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
Apr
18
Sat
CANCELLED Hedgehogs Awareness @ Cockfield Village Hall
Apr 18 @ 10:30
Apr
20
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
Apr 20 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
Apr
25
Sat
CANCELLED – Spring Coffee Morning
Apr 25 @ 10:00 – 12:30
Apr
27
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
Apr 27 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
May
4
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
May 4 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
May
8
Fri
VE Day 75th Anniversary Celebration @ Great Green
May 8 @ 18:45

VE Day 7th Anniversary LogoIt is hoped everyone in Cockfield of all ages will join with the nation in commemorating the end of World War 2 in Europe on May 8th 1945.

The occasion is being organised by Cockfield Parish Council on Great Green. There will be tributes, toasts, light refreshments, appropriate music.

More details to follow.

May
11
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
May 11 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
May
18
Mon
Computer / Tablet Support Drop In
May 18 @ 14:30 – 16:30

Those of us with computers, tablets and smartphones are likely to be placing greater reliance on them in the coming weeks as we spend most of our time at home. Keeping in contact with friends and family, on-line shopping, paying bills etc will all assume greater importance as this crisis continues. So we will want our devices to remain fully operational. Occasionally problems will arise or you may feel you need some guidance on how to undertake a task. Equally just to broaden your knowledge you may feel like taking the opportunity for some one on one training.

The formal Computer Circle classes ended earlier this year, but during this period I would like to make available virtually something comparable to help with training and support. So with effect from this Monday, 23rd March from 2.30 to 4.30 pm and thereafter on a weekly basis I will be available for consultation on any computer related training or problem solving requirement. My main expertise is with Windows, iPhone and iPad. For problem solving I have a basic knowledge of Apple computers and Android smartphone and tablets, but in the event I can’t deal with the issue, I’ll find someone with the relevant expertise.

This routine schedule doesn’t prevent anyone contacting me at any time for an urgent issue.

To start with the procedure is as follows. I’ll adapt it as necessary in the light of experience.

  • to book training on a particular Windows, iPhone / iPad topic, or for any technology related problem, email me at computer.circle@cockfield.org.uk
  • I will reserve a slot for you on a Monday afternoon between 2.30 and 4.30.
  • At the appointed time, call me on my landline, which you will be advised, and we’ll get into the training or discuss the problem
  • If we need to look at your Windows computer – essential for training – I will guide you through downloading and using a product which will allow me when authorised by you to connect to your computer and share the screen and mouse movements.
May
20
Wed
Closing Date 2020 Art Show Intent to Exhibit
May 20 all-day

The key dates for the 2017 Cockfield Community Council Art Show are as follows:

  • closing date to register intent to exhibit – Wednesday May 20th
  • hand in date for all entries – Friday May 22nd
  • Art Show: May 23rd, 24th and 25th

You are invited to submit up to 5 framed original works and up to 5 unframed works to exhibit in browsers.

All work for hanging will be at £1.00 per item and at £0.50 per item for work in browsers. Entry Fees to be paid on hand-in day. Commission on all sales will be 20% of the sale price.

Some Unmanned Table Space is available for the sale of Ceramics/Wood Turning/Hand Crafted Items/Cards etc. please contact Janne Cutting-Keyton for details by email at art.show@cockfield.org.uk

Intent to Exhibit – to be returned no later than Wednesday 20th May 2020

Please fill in the form below. All applications will be acknowledged. In the event we are oversubscribed priority for display will be given in the order that the ‘intent to exhibit’ forms are received.

The full exhibition form for framed and un-framed works can be downloaded here:

  Art Show Entry Form 2020

The full exhibition form for non-hung works can be downloaded here:

  Art Show Entry Form Non-Hung Works 2020

Payment for Sold Works and Collection of Unsold Works will be on Monday 25th May between 4.30pm and 6pm – these times will be strictly adhered to.

Important information

Framed work should be original work in a frame of good standard, unless the work is designed and intended to be hung un-framed (e.g. a box canvas). All Framed Works MUST be tightly corded or wired ready for hanging. Clip frames are not acceptable.

Please fix a label on the back of every item to show the title, medium, price and your name and address. This is in addition to the labels we provide for exhibition purposes for hung works, these will be available for completion on handing in day.

Every endeavour will be made to hang all work submitted but work which exceeds 22 inches x 20 inches may be queued and hung as space becomes available.

Unframed Work for browsers can be original work or prints of your original, but not box canvases. A selection of work is preferable to four prints of the same picture. These should be cellophane wrapped and clearly labelled with title, medium, price, your name and indicating whether print or original.

Insurance

Whilst all reasonable care is taken, neither Cockfield Community Council, nor the venue can accept responsibility for loss or damage. It is therefore your responsibility to arrange your own insurance.

Handing in Day

Only Cockfield Community Council is responsible for hanging the exhibition, exhibitors are asked to please assist this process by leaving the venue as soon as you have handed in your works.

Village Hall Location:

Cockfield Community Council is a registered charity raising funds for community projects.