Mothers Union visit to Felixstowe Seafarer Centre and Suffolk
The world wide president of the Mothers Union has paid a special visit to Suffolk. Lynne Tembey started her tour on Wednesday April 11 with a visit to the Seafarers Centre on the Port of Felixstowe.
She spoke to more than 200 members at St Andrews church in Rushmere as part of their `Lady Day Banner Service before heading to Bury St Edmunds Cathedral where she presented 14 long service awards. She was also shown an exhibition of knitting created for babies at Ipswich Hospital neo-natal ward.
Christine Ward diocesan president for St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, said "She was like a welcome Spring sunshine breaking out and warming all she met across Suffolk. I`m glad she could accept our invite."
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Here at the Felixstowe & Haven Ports Seafarers Services (FHPSS) we endeavour to give Seafarers respite from some of the hardships they endure whilst at sea.
A Warm welcome to our seafarer friends...
The Felixstowe Haven Ports Seafarers Service (FHPSS) is one of many organisations including the Port of Felixstowe that looks out for the well-being of Seafarers. FHPSS offers the simplest of support which is usually just a break from the ship routine right through to full on support which may involve spiritual, ship mediation or help to contact home.
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charities and projects
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Including our charity
Seafarers International Research Centre
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For your convenience, the Seafarers Centre has teamed up with the Bodrum Grill to offer a selection of affordably priced food delivered straight to the Seafarers Centre or to take back to your ships.
As an Island nation
the Uk relies on
shipping for 95%
of its Imports &