Large (14 ft) round trampoline, “Trampolines GB”.
Has been well bounced and lounged on, but now taking up too much space in my back garden.
Frame very solidly built (and heavy), perishable bits may need replacing.
Lou – 07443 562405
Bob asked if I would draw attention to this event.
Brand New Raleigh Misceo 2.0 (18″) 2016 Hybrid Bike (Unisex). Includes Lights, Bottle Cage & Carrier
Ipswich, Suffolk £300.00
This is a gorgeous Hybrid bike, suitable for men or women. Really light and easy to handle.
This is currently retailing between £330 and £350. It already has extras: Bottle cage, lights and also a carrier. All of these were paid for extras, so £300 is the asking price.
This is a great bike, but just not right for me. BUYER COLLECTS from central Ipswich.
Frame: Aluminium 6061 Hydroformed
Forks: Suntour NEX HLO
Headset: 1-1/8″ Threadless
Handlebars: Aluminium Riser , 660mm Wide, 20mm Rise, 6-Deg Bend
Stem: Forged Aluminium
Shifters: 24 Speed Shimano EF51
Front Mech: Shimano ALTUS
Rear Mech: Shimano ALTUS
Chainset: Suntour XCT 48x38x28
Bottom Bracket: Semi sealed
Cassette: Shimano HG30 Cassette 11-30T
Front Brake: Mechanical Disc w/160mm Rotor
Rear Brake: Mechanical Disc w/160mm Rotor
Rims: Aluminium Double Wall, Custom Decals
Front Hub: Aluminium QR, 32H
Rear Hub: Aluminium Screw On, QR 36H
Spokes: Stainless Steel 14G Black
Tyres: Kenda Kwick 700x40c FrontKenda Kwick 700x40c Rear (Not these – but very smooth, very fast tires which were added at time of purchase)
Seatpost: Aluminium 31.6x350mm
Mobile: 07880 948498
Contributed by Sarah Sheppard
I volunteer for the Ipswich Arts Centre, helping out on the finance side. We are trying to raise the funds to create a new hub for a diverse range of arts and cultural activities in St Clement’s Church (next to the Fore Street swimming pool), which has stood empty for over 30 years. As part of this goal, a fund-raising quiz was held in the waterfront building of the University of Suffolk on Wednesday 15th March.
This was the second such event so far for the Arts Centre. Although there wasn’t an IOG team participating on this occasion, a couple of members of the group joined one of the twelve teams competing. I couldn’t take part myself as I was helping out with the bar and the scoring through the evening. We raised in the region of £500 on the night and the evening was won by the team from Ensors after a tense tie-break question. As Ensors had sponsored the £50 top prize, they kindly donated it to the Arts Centre.
Look out for future fund-raising events for the Arts Centre, which are expected to include further quizzes as well as other events.