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More details - Love your Zoo – How to Build a Zoo
As part of our BIAZA Love your Zoo celebrations, find out all about how zoos were built then and now, and help us create a zoo of the future.
Africa Alive!
Sat 26 May to Sun 3 Jun

More details - Strutt Your Mutt Dog Day
It’s that time of year again, time to get up and go with team Strutt Your Mutt – join the thousands of others who will be taking part with their dogs to raise funds for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. We believe Incredible things happen when you bring people and dogs together!
Woodfarm Barn, Benacre
Sun 10 Jun

More details - Mum2mum Market Preloved Baby and Children's Sale - 3rd June
• SUNDAY JUNE 3RD • 10AM - 12PM • • CARLTON COLVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE, HALL ROAD, NR33 8BT • Buy top quality, pre-loved baby, children’s, maternity and pregnancy goods and equipment at up to 90% OFF their high street price ... direct from local parents!
Carlton Colville Community Centre Hall Road Carlton Colville
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Plants for Women's Wellbeing
Plants for Women’s Wellbeing Thursday 14th June, from 6pm (talk begins at 7pm). Join us for a fabulous girls night in the Jungle! Learn how your garden plants can help you in more ways than you could imagine whilst enjoying a giggle and a cocktail or two...
Urban Jungle Suffolk, London Road, Beccles
Thu 14 Jun

More details - WAW Wrestling
Live wrestling from the World Association of Wrestling
Beccles Public Hall, Smallgate, Beccles
Sun 27 May

More details - Bootleg Boss
Bruce Springsteen Tribute
Beccles Public Hall, Smallgate, Beccles
Sat 2 Jun

More details - The Pure Floyd
The Pure Floyd Show
Beccles Public Hall, Smallgate, Beccles
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Soul Night@the Hall
With DJs Gary Emms, Alan Monsey and Steve Kay
Beccles Public Hall, Smallgate, Beccles
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Beccles Food and Drink Festival 2018
Beccles town centre is set to be transformed as the Beccles Food and Drink Festival 2018 returns for another gastronomic extravaganza. The free event, which runs from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
New Market, Beccles, Suffolk
Sat 26 May

More details - Magic of the Beatles
If you’re looking for an authentic, lively dose of ‘Beatlemania’ then you need to look no furthe
Marina Theatre, Marina, Lowestoft
Fri 25 May

More details - Dusty and the Shades of the 60's
Dusty & The Shades of the 60s celebrates the life and music of one of the most iconic female artistes of our time, the legendary Dusty Springfield.
Marina Theatre, Marina, Lowestoft
Sat 26 May

More details - Lowestoft Area Heritage Event - organised by The Suffolk Family History Society
“The Biggest Event of this sort in Lowestoft for years……” FREE ADMISSION and FREE PARKING. Locally produced Food available. Displays and Exhibitions from at least 24 local Historical Societies and Organisations. Displays of Photos of Old Lowestoft.
The Astral Building, Lowestoft Campus, East Coast College St Peters Street, Lowestoft
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Southwold Artisan Craft Market
Artisan Craft Market held every Friday. Selection of local crafts including textiles, pebble art, stained glass, jewellery, natural products, paper cutting, prints, home knits, homemade cards, sun catchers and more. Everything you see is created by the stallholder. Refreshments available until 1:30pm. Dogs welcome.
United Reformed Church Hall, Woodleys Yard, off High Street, Southwold
Fri 25 May

More details - Southwold Artisan Craft Market
Artisan Craft Market held every Friday. Selection of local crafts including textiles, pebble art, stained glass, jewellery, natural products, paper cutting, prints, home knits, homemade cards, sun catchers and more. Everything you see is created by the stallholder. Refreshments available until 1:30pm. Dogs welcome.
United Reformed Church Hall, Woodleys Yard, off High Street, Southwold
Fri 1 Jun, Fri 8 Jun, Fri 15 Jun, Fri 22 Jun, Fri 29 Jun

More details - Somerleyton Hall Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
12½ acres of beautiful gardens contain a wide variety of magnificent specimen trees, shrubs, borders and plants providing colour and interest throughout the yr. Sweeping lawns and formal gardens combine with majestic statuary and original Victorian ornamentation.
Somerleyton Hall Gardens, Somerleyton
Wed 6 Jun

Music on the Green More details - Music on the Green
Geldeston Music on the Green is a free entry event held on the village green next to The Wherry Public House. The times have been extended this year to 2-5pm due to popular demand. We have a variety of artist preforming during the afternoon including local musicians. There will be hot food and tea and cakes.
Geldeston Village, Geldeston, Beccles
Sun 27 May
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Geldeston Wheelers More details - Geldeston Wheelers
This is a conducted gentle bike ride round quiet lanes and cycle paths. Having run this last year and found it popular we have decided to keep active and do this again a bit earlier in the year. We will meet at 1.30pm in the village hall and will return around 3-3.30pm to tea and cakes.
Geldeston Village Hall, Geldeston
Mon 28 May
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More details - Wenhaston Produce, Craft & Flea Market
A wide and ever-changing range of local foods and produce, crafts, plants, home-baking and pre-loved treasures. Refreshments available from the on-site cafe.
Wenhaston Village Hall, Hall Road, Wenhaston
Sat 26 May

More details - Lunchtime Recital and Picnic in the Pews
’The King of Instruments’ - A demonstration of the versatility of the organ, performed by Jason Busby, organist. For over 15yrs Jason has played the organ of St.
St Marys Church, Steeple End, Halesworth
Wed 13 Jun

More details - Harleston & Waveney Art Trail
The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail runs across two weekends in the picturesque Waveney Valley on the boundary of Norfolk and Suffolk. Featuring the work of 24 artists, the will showcase a variety of work across 23 locations around Harleston, Bungay and surrounding villages.
Various across south Norfolk
Sat 26 May to Mon 28 May

More details - Bringing the beach to Bungay Library
In the morning, there will be a mini shingle beach for you to explore in Leiston library. There will be four beachcombing sessions between 10:00 and 12:00. Please book your place by calling the library on 01986 892748. There is a small charge of £1 per child.
Wharton Street, Bungay
Tue 29 May

More details - Westleton Garden Trail Weekend
Westleton Village sits close to RSPB Minsmere and over this weekend there will be 15 varied and interesting gardens to view. Large and small, some old favourites and some new, some in various stages of renovation, some immaculately tended and some on the wild side.
Village Hall, Darsham Road, Westleton, Nr Saxmundham
Sat 9 Jun and Sun 10 Jun

More details - Aviation Museum Photo Walk
Dedicate a day to your camera and discover unique venues across Norfolk and Suffolk. Join us for a photo walk at the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum in Flixton.
Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, The Street, Flixton, Bungay
Tue 5 Jun

More details - Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach - 50 Thing-a-thon!
Don’t miss our ’50 Things’ extravaganza! Enjoy a fun day exploring new activities with our team. Come and have a wild day! Join our team at Dunwich Heath and have fun discovering ’50 Things’ to do before you are 11 3/4!
Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham,
Sun 27 May

More details - Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach - Bird Identification Walks
Whether you’re new to birdwatching or hoping to brush up your skills, our half-day walks led by Suffolk bird expert, Steve Piotrowski, are a fantastic opportunity to learn how to identify a wide range of birds in varied habitats around Dunwich Heath.
Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham,
Tue 29 May

More details - Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach - Bird Ringing Demonstrations
A special opportunity for a close up look at some of the birds which make their homes here at Dunwich Heath. Find out more about bird ringing and how it provides a fascinating insight into the lives of the nation’s birds.
Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham,
Tue 29 May, Tue 5 Jun, Tue 12 Jun, Tue 19 Jun, Tue 26 Jun, Tue 3 Jul, Tue 10 Jul

More details - Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach - A Walk with the Ranger
Join the Ranger for a two hour guided walk exploring the rich and varied wildlife of Dunwich Heath. Our ’Ranger Walks’ give a unique opportunity to find out more about the heath. Why not enjoy refreshments in our tea room afterwards! Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895. Suitable for children.
Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham,
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach - Nightjar Walk
Join our Ranger for an evening walk around Dunwich Heath to search for the elusive and mysterious Nightjar. Learn more about these unusual birds which visit our heathlands during the summer months. Watch for them as they churr from the trees and fly low across the heath, hunting for moths and other insects.
Dunwich Heath: Coastal Centre and Beach, Dunwich, Saxmundham,
Wed 13 Jun, Wed 4 Jul

More details - Summer Concert
An evening with the very well know Taverham Band who produces and plays music from the 1940’s right through to some well know classics of today. Film theme tunes, a night at the proms and Battle of Britain are all part of this big bands repertoire.
Ditchingham Estate, Norwich Rd, Ditchingham, nr Bungay.
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Yoxford Open Gardens 2018
Yoxford Open Gardens 2018: Sunday June 3rd, 11 to 5. Tickets £3 (accompanied children free) from the Village Hall. Special theme: BIRDS. All profits to local charities.
Yoxford Village Hall, Old High Street, Yoxford, IP173HN
Sun 3 Jun

More details - Elizabethan House Museum - The Native Norfolk Nature Trail
Some sneaky creatures have found their way into the house, find out some facts as you try spot them! (*closed on Saturdays). Some sneaky creatures have found their way into the house, find out some facts as you try spot them! (*closed on Saturdays). Booking Not Needed.
Elizabethan House Museum, 4 South Quay, Great Yarmouth,
Today to Fri 25 May, Sun 27 May to Fri 1 Jun, Sun 3 Jun to Fri 8 Jun, Sun 10 Jun to Fri 15 Jun, Sun 17 Jun to Fri 22 Jun, Sun 24 Jun to Fri 29 Jun, Sun 1 Jul to Fri 6 Jul, Sun 8 Jul, Mon 9 Jul

More details - Elizabethan House Museum - A Merchants Lady
This May bank holiday, discover the life in an Elizabethan Merchants household. From their house, to their clothing and even the kitchen cupboard all are the best things money can buy. This May bank holiday, discover the life in an Elizabethan Merchants household.
Elizabethan House Museum, 4 South Quay, Great Yarmouth,
Mon 28 May

More details - Beachcombing on Sizewell Beach
Join Beach Bonkers from 2:30pm to 4:30pm to discover your own beach treasures. Sizewell Beach is great for finding fossils and a cracking example of our special Suffolk shingle. There’s also the chance to handle some more unusual beachcombing finds. NOTE: We will walk a fair way.
Meet at: the large brick toilet block in Sizewell Beach car park, Sizewell Beach, Sizewell Gap, Sizewell
Sat 26 May

More details - Bringing the beach to Leiston Library
In the morning, there will be a mini shingle beach for you to explore in Leiston library. Can you decipher the clues to find the treasures hidden there? There will also be a tableful of beachcombing treasures for you to handle. Have you ever held a mammoth’s tooth?!
Old Post Office Square, Main Street, Leiston
Sat 26 May

More details - Fisherfolk and Lifeboatmen
Our June meeting will be a talk by John Martin entitled ‘the Downings of Aldeburgh’. Many people will know about famous lifeboatmen such as Henry Blogg of Cromer and locally James Cable of Aldeburgh. They were the coxswains in charge of their lifeboats - but they couldn’t carry out rescues and save lives on their own.
Leiston United Church, High St, Leiston
Mon 18 Jun

More details - Bergh Apton Fun Dog Show
A Fun Dog Show on the East Park at The Manor. Bookings Open at 11am 8 Fun classes Free Parking Food available on site Demonstration by the K9Capers Display Team
The Manor Cookes Road, Bergh Apton
Sat 26 May

More details - "Psychic Supper" with Liz Whiting and Paul Bannister
Hosted by Liz Whiting and co-hosted by Paul Bannister. Fish and Chip/Lasagne/ Vegetarian supper included in entry fee (please confirm choice when booking). Please ring to secure tickets. This is a pre-booked ticket event only.
The Swan Hotel, 19 The Thoroughfare, Harleston
Fri 8 Jun

More details - Moor Farm - Open Garden for NGS
Large garden comprising a number of distinct areas from formal to wild with two large connected ponds and a wildlife pond. Formal gardens include lawns bordered by yew, box or beech hedging with beds featuring a variety of perennials and roses. There is woodland, a wild flower meadow and an orchard.
Moor Farm, Saxmundham
Sun 17 Jun

More details - Elm House - Open Garden for NGS
A family country garden whose owner loves plants. There are several island beds, 2 long autumn borders, filled with herbaceous perennials and shrubs, an arbour and a natural wildlife pond for ducks and moorhens.
Elm House, Norwich
Sun 10 Jun

Friston Open Gardens, Sunday 17th June 2018 More details - Friston Open Gardens, Sunday 17th June 2018
More a walk through this picturesque village, there are at least ten gardens for you to vist - ranging from the smallest gardens in the village; typical country cottage gardens, many hidden from view from the roads to the elegance of the Old School House.
Friston nr Saxmundham and Snape
Sun 17 Jun
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More details - Songs to lift your spirits - singing workshop
Singing workshop with Meg Turpin (of Norwich Community Choir). No experience needed, just enthusiasm. Singing opens our hearts. It brings us together and makes us happy and healthy. Part of the Mangreen Living Well programme 2018. (Afternoon workshop on Wayside Medicine also available on the same day)
Mangreen Trust, Mangreen, Swardeston, Norwich NR14 8DD
Sat 26 May

More details - Great Glemham Charities Fete & Great Get Together
Our Charities Fete on 16th June, this year is in aid of our volunteer emergency services, so First Responders, Suffolk Accident Rescue, Bloodbikes, EA CAT, 4x4 Response, Coastwatch, Suffolk Raynet, Anglia Search and Rescue Dogs, RNLI, & Felixstowe Inshore Rescue, who will all be attending with interesting displays;
Butchers Field Great Glemham
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Red Glass - live band
Come and support this enthusiastic young band AND support Meningitis Now! These local young lads are brilliant musicians and are forging careers in the music and media industries. They play some of their own songs and also covers.
Syleham and Wingfield village hall
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Come along for coffee
Come along for coffee, tea, biscuits, cakes. There will be a cake stall, a raffle, Usborne books, second hand books, a few games, and the chance to sit and chat to friends, as well as catch up with new people. Come and have alook round our lovely village hall.
Syleham and Wingfield village hall
Sat 9 Jun

More details - Bringing the beach to Aldeburgh Library
In the afternoon, there will be a mini shingle beach for you to explore in Aldeburgh library. Can you decipher the clues to find the treasures hidden there? There will also be a tableful of beachcombing treasures for you to handle. Have you ever held a mammoth’s tooth?!
Aldeburgh Library, Victoria Road, Aldeburgh
Tue 29 May

More details - Aldeburgh & District Flower Club - "Summer in the Cutting Garden"
Join us for Aldeburgh & District Flower Club’s June meeting, when our guest demonstrator, Denise Johnson, will present "Summer in the Cutting Garden". Tea and coffee will be available, as well as our monthly raffle - a chance to win one of Denise’s beautiful floral arrangements.
Aldeburgh Church Hall, Victoria Road, Aldeburgh
Tue 19 Jun

More details - The Grange - open garden
Open Garden The Grange Newly Designed Gardens
The Grange, Grove Rd, Brockdish
Sat 16 Jun

More details - Candelabra Primulas Tour and Cream Tea
Join us on a guided tour of the garden with Head Gardener, Ian Guest showcasing the colourful candelabra primulas. Find out about their care and propagation and, at the end of the tour, enjoy a cream tea with homemade scones, jam and clotted cream and a pot of tea or cup of coffee for one.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, School Road, South Walsham
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More details - Big Bird Hunt
Family event: Using a spotter sheet find all things birdy in our woodland garden. Included in garden entry price.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, School Road, South Walsham
Sat 26 May to Sun 3 Jun

More details - Evening Cruise to St Benet's Abbey
Evening boat cruise along the river Bure to view St Benet’s Abbey, returning for a warming hot chocolate in the tearoom.
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, School Road, South Walsham
Wed 30 May

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