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Donation to Woodbridge Library supports town’s young people

The Seckford Foundation has donated £1,000 to create a new permanent collection of informative books for young people at Woodbridge Library. The donation is in recognition of former Farlingaye High School headteacher Sue Hargadon, who retired last year after almost 20 years of outstanding contribution to the School and wider community. The Sue Hargadon Collection […]

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Seckford Foundation partners with university to launch rural research on Suffolk Day

Young people experiencing income deprivation whilst living in rural parts of Suffolk are at risk of feeling ‘locked in’ and disconnected from education and employment opportunities, new research commissioned by Suffolk charity, the Seckford Foundation, has found. The research, which was conducted by the University of Suffolk, looked at the challenges faced by young people […]

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New Governor Appointments

Following the retirement of a number of governors in recent months the Foundation has made some new governor appointments. They are Jill Gibbs, Bryan Laxton, Sarah Holsgrove, Dr. Geoff Holdcroft and Graham Kill. Jill steps up from the Care Committee, where she has been a co-opted member for the past two years. She is a […]

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Young people urged to take part in survey on rural issues in Suffolk

A new survey has been launched urging young people across Suffolk to share their views on rural issues. The survey is part of a project called Young Flourish, which stems from FLOURISH, the Rural Summit for Suffolk, held on 11 October at Trinity Park. The Summit was put together by four local charities: The Seckford […]

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Seckford Foundation hosts annual Police Cadets parade

On Sunday 6 November, The Seckford Foundation hosted the annual Suffolk Police Volunteer Cadet Parade, at Woodbridge School. The parade was a chance to celebrate all the good work the cadets had been doing over the past year and also served as a pass out ceremony for new recruits, to mark the end of their […]

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