Tuesday August 4th 2020

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Autumn Events at Sutton Hoo

Autumn Events at Sutton Hoo

Most people will be aware of the Sutton Hoo story, the tale of buried treasure, the site’s links with the Anglo-Saxons and Mrs Pretty who made the estate her home. This beautiful estate, with far reaching views over the River Deben, is home to one of the greatest [Read More]

Wivenhoe: Jacqui Dankworth Concert

Wivenhoe: Jacqui Dankworth Concert

It will be a rare and special event in Wivenhoe to have an evening with Jacqui Dankworth “One of our finest singers regardless of category” The Times. Jacqui makes enormous impression wherever she performs, either with her own band or touring with other prestigious [Read More]

Aldeburgh: The 40th Summer Exhibition

Aldeburgh: The 40th Summer Exhibition

Last chance to see…‘Ruby Red’ The 40th Summer Exhibition by the Suffolk Craft Society in Aldeburgh The Suffolk Craft Society’s Summer Exhibition has already been open for a month in the Peter Pears Gallery on Aldeburgh High Street. Aldeburgh is full of people this [Read More]

Colchester Zoo: See Otter’s new home

Colchester Zoo: See Otter’s new home

Head for Colchester Zoo this summer to see a new home for the otters at the zoo. [Read More]

Colchester: Make your own Tea Party

Get along to Hollytrees Museum, Colchester and create your own version of a typical Victorian afternoon tea party by making your own tea cup or cup cake out of clay. Workshops for clay tea cups will be on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd August and clay cup cakes will take [Read More]

Time Travel at National Trust

Time Travel at National Trust

Ever wanted to step inside Doctor Who’s Tardis and travel back in time? On Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July travel back to three exciting periods in our history with the National Trust. Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire is reliving World War Two, Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk [Read More]

Opportunity to star in movie

East of England residents are encouraged to be the stars of the On Landguard Point film which will be premiered across the UK next year as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad celebrations [Read More]

Snape: Family Day

Families can get their summer holidays off to a magical start thanks to the one-day children’s festival, Magical Marshes. Taking place on Sunday, July 24 from 11am to 5pm at Snape Maltings, Magical Marshes will give families the opportunity to try all sorts of new [Read More]

Colchester Castle catches Carnival Fever!

Colchester Castle catches Carnival Fever!

To celebrate Colchester’s Carnival Day, the castle is opening its doors for just £2 admission, for one day only. So drop in anytime between 10am and 5pm on Saturday 16th July for a visit! [Read More]

Constable Country needs you

“The Haywain” is one of the country’s most recognised landscape paintings and today the Dedham Vale, made famous by John Constable is one of the National Trust’s inspiring conservation areas. One of the reasons for its on going success is the people [Read More]

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Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds

Behind the faces of the many Georgian looking buildings in Bury St Edmunds are houses of the 17th Century and earlier. [Read More]

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

If you love walking, you’ll love the National Trust’s Great British Walk. This autumn, in partnership with [Read More]

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Visitors to the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway’s Rail ‘n’ Ale event this weekend will be able to make the trip to the [Read More]

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Following on from the roaring success of Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Complex’s prestigious Mid & West [Read More]