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Events Around Ipswich

Today to Tue 15 Oct within - 20 + miles

More details - Parade Skills
In Autumn we will present the Pyre Parade – a large-scale free community event inviting people to share and burn bad news.
Think Tank Ipswich
Today to Thu 17 Oct

More details - Marvellous Machines
Unleash your inner inventor in this hands-on and entertaining exhibition of quirky automated contraptions from Cabaret Mechanical Theatre.
Ipswich Art Gallery, 1 Upper High Street Ipswich
Today to Sun 22 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Sun 29 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sun 6 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Sun 13 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Sun 20 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Sun 27 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Sun 3 Nov

More details - Made and Saved Exhibition
Heritage Open Day: Discover Quay Place and the people who made and saved this 600 year old medieval church. An exhibition highlighting parts of this magnificent church and telling the stories of people who were involved in its construction and its restoration.
Quay Place, St. Mary At The Quay, Key Street, Ipswich
Today to Sat 21 Sep

More details - St Peter's by the Waterfront & The Ipswich Charter Hangings
Heritage Open Day: Visit this historic mariner’s church which has links to Wolsey, view our heritage displays, the Ipswich Charter Hangings and have a look round our craft and gift fair.
St Peter’s by the Waterfront, St Peter’s Church, College Street, Ipswich
Today to Fri 20 Sep

More details - Ipswich Mencap Coffee Morning
Open morning for you to come along and enjoy a cuppa and a chat with friends. There is a small stall and a raffle as well as cakes on offer.
In the dining room at BURGESS HOUSE 236 Felixstowe Road Ipswich
Today, Tue 15 Oct

More details - Craft 4 Kids- Hasketon , Woodbridge
CRAFT 4 KIDS EVERY TUESDAY AFTERNOON Different Art and Craft Activities each session including, Clay, Mosaic, Origami, Paper Mache, Drawing, Painting, Collage and more TERM TIME 14.00-15.00 AGE 2-5 ACCOMPANIED 15.30-17.30 (start 15.30 or 16.30) AGE 6+ HOLIDAYS 14.00-17.00 (start 14.
EJaRt Creative , The Black Barn, Grange Farm, Grundisburgh Rd, Hasketon, Woodbridge
Today, Tue 24 Sep, Tue 1 Oct, Tue 8 Oct

More details - EJaRt Creative Workshop Studio's, Shop & Showcase - Hasketon
New Studio & Ceramic Workshops by EJR Ceramics Art & Craft Workshops from Visiting Local Artists Showcase & Shop - Local Artists Ceramic & Art Materials Exhibition Space (Just off the Dobbies Roundabout on B1079) You can just call in .
EJaRt Creative, The Black Barn, Grange Farm, Grundisburgh Road, Hasketon, Woodbridge
Today to Mon 30 Sep

More details - Go wild in the week
Activities for home educated children. Event is for unaccompanied children aged 6-11 years.
Foxburrow Farm ,Saddlemakers Lane , Melton, Woodbridge
Today

More details - The Guildhall
Heritage Open Day: The only Grade 1 listed building in Harwich Set in the heart of the historic old seaport, Harwich’s Guildhall is the only Grade I listed building in Harwich. Originally the site of an inn named ‘The Bear’ it was purchased by the council in 1673.
Harwich Town Council, Guildhall, 11 Church Street, Harwich
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - William Gilberd at The Colchester Bookshop
Heritage Open Day: Visitors will be able to learn about William Gilberd (1544-1603), who lived in the house, and try some of his experiments. Original open hall roof, dated to circa 1400.
7 Trinity Street, Colchester
Today to Sat 21 Sep

More details - A Sidecar Named Despair
Take a ride up the comedy freeway with a tale of mobsters, missing gems and a mashed-up motorbike. Dick’s quiet suburban life is shattered when his brother Julian returns suddenly from The States, for health reasons.
Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester
Today to Thu 19 Sep

More details - Ipswich Mencap Two M's Club
A social club for people with a learning disability. All welcome. A variety of events activities and themed nights.
Rushmere Community Hub Humberdoucy Lane Ipswich
Wed 18 Sep, Wed 25 Sep, Wed 2 Oct

More details - St Peter's Church
Heritage Open Day: Visit this medieval church, including a tower from 1758 with an impressive Victorian clock. Interior with 17th century pulpit and interesting memorials. A multi-period church with surviving medieval features.
St Peter’s Church, North Hill, Colchester
Wed 18 Sep to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Melford Hall - Beatrix Potter - The Melford Hall Connection
An exhibition, in our Banqueting House, of facsimile sketches by Beatrix Potter. These sketches drawn whilst visiting her cousins, the Hyde Parkers, are inspired by Melford Hall and the surrounding area.
Melford Hall, Long Melford, Sudbury,
Wed 18 Sep to Sun 22 Sep, Wed 25 Sep to Sun 29 Sep, Wed 2 Oct to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Broomhill Library
Heritage Open Day: Broomhill Library was built as a bomb shelter and decontamination unit during the second world war. It was converted to a library in 1948 and remains today as a busy community library. The library is now Grade 2 listed and stands next to the Broomhill Swimming Pool.
Suffolk Libraries, Broomhill Library, Sherrington Road, Ipswich
Thu 19 Sep to Sun 22 Sep

More details - The Grumbleweeds
Having already chalked up an astonishing 50 years in showbiz, comedy veterans ’The Grumbleweeds’ continue to delight audiences around the globe. We’re delighted to welcome them to The Spa! The Grumbleweeds phenomenon began in 1962 with a bunch of lads from Leeds.
The Spa Pavilion Theatre, Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe, Suffolk
Thu 19 Sep 19

More details - Only Fools: The Cushty Dining Experience
Join the Trotter brothers & friends for a knees-up at The Nags Head pub as they try to drum up some cash, pay some debts, and make a cheeky saving on the side. A t’riffic night with some cushty grub!
JobServe Community Stadium, United Way, Colchester, Essex
Thu 19 Sep 19

More details - Hadleigh Market
This market is going from strength to strength and is now a popular event in the town centre every Friday.
The Market Place, Hadleigh
Fri 20 Sep, Fri 27 Sep, Fri 4 Oct

More details - Jersey Boys Tribute Night
Join us here at JobServe Community Stadium for the return of our Jersey Boy’s Tribute! Sing along to the timeless Jersey Boy’s Hit Song’s including ’Sherry’, ’Walk like a man’ and ’Beggin’
JobServe Community Stadium, United Way, Colchester, Essex
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - St James the Less and St Helen's Church, Colchester
Heritage Open Day: St James the Less opened in 1837 and is the first post-Reformation Catholic parish church to be built in Colchester. The exterior and central part of the church was designed in the Norman style by the acclaimed Catholic architect John Joseph Scoles.
51 Priory Street, Colchester
Fri 20 Sep

More details - Kinks UK
For one night only, this first-rate band will bring to life the sounds of Britpop legends The Kinks. Waterloo Sunset, You Really Got Me, Sunny Afternoon ... They’re all there, alongside many other Ray Davies classics in a night not be missed if you like your 60s swinging.
Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - Paper Fish
Heritage Open Day: Come and celebrate Lowestoft’s long tradition with the fishing industry by making your own fish to take home at this collage arts and craft activity.
Blackshore, 263b Whapload Road, Lowestoft
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Ipswich Mencap Garage Sales
Open garage sale with a wide variety of items including clothes, furniture books and bric a brac. Items sold to raise money for the charity.
In the car park at Burgess House 236 Felixstowe Road Ipswich
Sat 21 Sep

More details - Wild Weekends: Family Forest school
Family Forest school- Spend the afternoon engrossed in wild art, den building, woodland crafts and fire lighting.
Foxburrow Farm ,Saddlemakers Lane , Melton, Woodbridge
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Young Wardens
Practical conservation and naturalist skills for unaccompanied 11-16 year olds.
Foxburrow Farm ,Saddlemakers Lane , Melton, Woodbridge
Sat 21 Sep 19

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