Events Around Bury St Edmunds

Today to Thu 21 Mar, closest first.    

More details - Wildlife Trail
Follow the trail around Nowton Park and collect the answers to the wildlife clues. Pick up your quiz sheet and then your prize from the Grounds café. Runs Saturday 16 February - Saturday 24 February 2019, during café opening hours.
Nowton Park, Bury Road, Nowton, Bury St Edmunds
Today to Sun 24 Feb

More details - The 4 Day Film Challenge 2019
The 4 Day Film Challenge, suitable for 10-18 year olds, returns to The Apex! Teams of 5 are given 4 days to write, shoot, star in and edit a short film. Are you up to the challenge?! Teams will be allocated on the first day and films can be any genre, but must be a ‘U’ rating.
The Apex, 1 Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds

More details - Suffolk Open Studios Annual Showcase
Suffolk Open Studios’ annual showcase exhibition takes place this year at the Apex Gallery in Bury St Edmunds. This year’s show will be opened by Ania Hobson, 2018 Winner of the Young Artist Award, BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery.
Apex Gallery, Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds
Tue 26 Feb 19 to Sun 31 Mar

More details - Bury St Edmunds Farmers Market
Bury St Edmunds’ Farmers’ Market is going from strength to strength and was a finalist in Best Newcomer for the EADT Food and Drink Awards in 2018!
The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds
Sun 10 Mar, Sun 14 Apr

More details - The Moon exhibition
“Touch our nearest neighbour…” Humanity has gazed up at the moon for millennia, but now we’ve brought it a little closer to Earth… Explore moon mythology; discover the science behind our nearest neighbour; re-live historic moments in space exploration; and touch one of the rarest items on Earth.
Moyse’s Hall Museum, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds
Today to Sat 9 Mar

More details - Suffolk Science Festival
St Edmundsbury Cathedral is pleased to welcome back the Suffolk Science Festival during February half term. There will be activities happening and exhibitors in the Cathedral and workshops in the Edmund Room, in the Cathedral Centre. Come along and see what you can learn!
St Edmundsbury Cathedral Angel Hill, Bury Saint Edmunds
Today to Sun 24 Feb

More details - Ickworth - A walk through a vision of white
Join us on a seasonal walk to explore our beautiful displays of snowdrops. Join us on a walk exploring our beautiful displays of snowdrops as February reveals a carpet of white across our pleasure grounds. Booking Advisable. Phone: 01284 736140. Children are welcome. Dogs on leads welcome.
Ickworth, The Rotunda, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds,
Fri 22 Feb

More details - Stamp Club Meeting
Competitions. Organised by Bury St. Edmunds & District Philatelic Society. Organiser contact: Rod Finn (Secretary).
Church Institute, The Street, Great Barton, Bury St. Edmunds
Tue 12 Mar 19

More details - RingQuest
The popular ‘Lord of the Rings’ themed family challenge is back at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park! The themed family challenge is back for February half term, bigger than ever. As well as the Ring Quest trail, there are the huge spiders of Mirkwood and a dragon guarding its treasure to see.
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds
Today to Sun 24 Feb

More details - The Real Middle Earth
History, myth and language combine to explore how, why and where The Lord of the Rings story began. Find out about the links between Tolkien and the Anglo-Saxon world on a guided tour.
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 23 Feb 19

More details - ‘Close Encounters’ Bird Ringing
A fascinating opportunity to watch the experts catch and ring many species of birds that visit the bird-feeding area in the park. Get close up views of some familiar and less familiar species in the hand as our local experts catch, examine and ring them.
West Stow Country Park, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds
Sun 3 Mar 19

More details - The Greatest Knight – William Marshal
An undefeated knight at the dawn of chivalry who beat off the French invasion of 1217. Enjoy a well-illustrated talk about our little known but greatest knight. He lived at a time when the concept of chivalry was tested at tournaments and the concept of honour was tested by King John.
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Icklingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - Snowdrops & Woodland Walks
Make a family day out and enjoy the gardens and woodlands that are carpeted with Snowdrops, Aconites and Spring Bulbs, that will give you a real feeling of Spring and a sense of wellbeing. Enjoy the new obstacle course and outdoor games. The farm and Stable Yard Tea Room will be open. Free car parking on-site.
Kentwell Hall, Long Melford
Today to Sun 24 Feb

More details - Lambing, Spring Bulbs & Woodland Walks.
Lambing time at Kentwell is everyone’s favourite as you get to meet all the new born lambs in the Stable Yard whilst the older ones will be running around the paddocks. And it is the perfect time to visit the grounds with the last show of snowdrops and the new displays of daffodils just appearing.
Kentwell Hall, Long Melford
Sat 2 Mar, Sun 3 Mar, Sat 9 Mar, Sun 10 Mar, Sat 16 Mar, Sun 17 Mar, Sat 23 Mar, Sun 24 Mar, Sat 30 Mar, Sun 31 Mar

More details - Lavenham Farmers Market
Lavenham Farmers Market is officially the best market in Suffolk. This fantastic Farmers’ Market boasts over 30 of the highest quality, small scale producers in Suffolk.
Lavenham Village Hall, Church Street, Lavenham
Sun 24 Feb, Sun 24 Mar

More details - Pot Et Fleur Kintsugi Style
In Japan, broken pottery is often repaired with gold lacquer. These visible repairs are seen as part of the history of the object, highlighting the cracks and symbolising fragility, strength and beauty. We can apply the philosophy of Kintsugi to our own lives by embracing our imperfections.
The Old School, The Green, Long Melford
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - Long Melford Farmers Market
Long Melford’s farmers market returns! We’re thrilled to be reviving this once popular market and will be filling the village hall with all the smells, tastes and colours every second Saturday of the month.
Village Hall, Long Melford
Sat 9 Mar, Sat 13 Apr

More details - Macmillan Mammoth Quiz Night
Join us for the Macmillan Mammoth Quiz on Friday 22nd Feb at 19.30. Like the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, the quiz will be held at locations all round the country and aims to raise lots of money for Macmillan Cancer Support as well as being lots of fun for those taking part.
Freckenham Village Hall
Fri 22 Feb 19

More details - Farmers & Crafts Market fruit & veg (they also do veg box deliveries), Local meat producer and seller TFM Butchers of Isleham.
Freckenham Village Hall, Fordham Road, Freckenham, Bury St Edmunds
Sat 23 Feb 19

More details - Friday Freckenham Film Night - First Man - Neil Armstrong Astronaut
The riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961 - 1969. The sacrifices of the man and on the nation of one of the most dangerous missions in history. PG 13 running time 138 minutes.
Freckenham Village Hall, Fordham Road, Freckenham, Bury St Edmunds
Fri 1 Mar 19

More details - Sudbury Farmers Market
This fantastic Farmers’ Market, a huge hit in the town centre is now one of Suffolk’s busiest town markets. Every month the stunning venue is filled with some of the region’s very highest quality local produce.
St Peter’s Church, Market Hill, Sudbury
Fri 22 Feb, Fri 29 Mar

More details - Barking Hall Quiz Night
The care team and residents at Barking Hall residential nursing home in Barking near Needham Market invite friends, family and members of the local community to join them for a quiz night at Ringshall Village Hall. Date and Time: Saturday 23rd February 7.30pm - 9.
Ringshall Village Hall, Lower Farm Rd, Ringshall, Stowmarket
Sat 23 Feb 19

More details - Roydon Antique & Collectors Fair
A wide variety of stalls selling Glass, tools, porcelain, postcards, jewellery, Asiatic etc. All day breakfast served, homemade cakes and sausage rolls, hot and cold beverages.
Roydon Village Hall High Road Roydon Diss
Sat 23 Feb 19

More details - Adults Willow Workshop
A chance to make your own willow obelisk for Sweet Peas, Clematis or other garden climbers. These create an attractive feature in the garden. All tools and materials plus tea/coffee supplied, bring a packed lunch if you wish.
East Town Park, Coupals Road, Haverhill
Sun 10 Mar, Sun 24 Mar

More details - Clay Animal Sculpture Workshop Hadleigh
Join us for a Clay Workshop for both Beginners and the more Experienced. Clay Animal Sculpture - special workshop. Using Grogged Clay for stability, you will learn how to go about sculpting an animal of your choice . Groups and Individuals catered for.
Brook Farm Studio, Pound Lane, Hadleigh
Sat 23 Feb 19

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