We run a ’paint your own ceramics’ studio and offer parties and workshops. You can now come in anytime and choose a ceramic piece to paint, or to have a baby hand/foot print taken - booking is strongly recommended especially on Saturdays and school holidays. This is a great fun activity for all the family.
It is 1954 and the East Anglian Intelligence Agency has been monitoring a Soviet-backed spy cell, responsible for intercepting sensitive radio communications between Allied military units in the Essex area.
The very best in modern jazz most every Friday night at 8:00pm.
Doors open at 7:30.
Please note special Ipswich Jazz Festival gig sponsored by us: Clare Teal and band at New Wolsey Theatre. www.wolseytheatre.co.uk
Phone 01787 211865 for tickets or information.
We have a number of local talented artists & crafters who have stocked their shelves at "Simply Handmade too"’, ranging from fused glass to mosaics, from candles to handmade paper, from planters for the garden to cushions for the home.
Stour Valley Business Centre, Brundon Lane, Sudbury
Kentwell Hall is one of England’s finest Tudor houses, developed in stages between about 1500 and 1578. To reach Kentwell you will drive 3/4 mile along an avenue of Lime trees. The house is fully moated and reached by two original bridges.
Family owned vineyard set in stunning rolling Suffolk Country. Open from May through to September, when we close for Harvest. Wander through the vineyard, visit the Cellar Door Shop and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, enjoy coffee, cakes or a glass of wine at our alfresco café.
Giffords Hall Vineyard, Hartest HIll, Shimpling, Bury St Edmunds,
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is a unique place, with a unique history. It is the largest known surviving group of Royal Flying Corps buildings on a WWI aerodrome which were not adapted for further military use later in its history.
Registered charity and home to 80 owls and birds of prey including eagles, hawks, falcons and vultures. Pretty Woodland Walk with bug hotels, ladybird houses, wildlife ponds and wheelchair accessible bird hide.
Red squirrels, chipmunks and Meerkat Kastle.
S.O.S.Safari Trail with free gift for every child.
From the Cluniac Monks in the 13th Century to the Victorian Scratton family, who were the last people to live in this wonderful home, Prittlewell Priory has seen much change through the years.
Discover the stories within this beautiful monastery, set in delightful gardens and parkland.
Whether you are looking to explore the stars above or the natural and local history below, join us in the discovery.
Southend Central Museum is home to local history artefacts, changing specialist exhibitions and Southend Planetarium.