The wintry days are lengthening, with some lovely sunrises and sunsets. Brave catkins, spring flowers and bulbs are determined to brighten our days - and of course snowdrops are carpeting shady places.

Blythweb - Local Business Listings

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Blythweb - Local Business Listings

Blythweb - Local Business Listings

To see information about many of the businesses in the Blyth Valley click on the links or choose from the drop down list below. Please also see our Local Area Services.

If you would like to see your business included in this section please email us for details.

Some Favourite Websites For February 2024:

PJN Motor EngineeringA long-established garage you can trust, Wenhaston near Halesworth

Repairs, diagnostics, servicing, MOT preparation and submission, welding, valeting and much more. All work done using high quality oils, components and accessories. Member of the Good Garage Scheme.

Chris Pretty MountaineeringRock Climbing/Mountaineering Instructor and International Mountain Leader

Chris aims to give you an experience which ensures you are taught to the highest national standards and to ensure that you actually learn the skills required to rock climb, trek, navigate and otherwise move around the mountainous environment autonomously. The teaching is delivered by an expert team who are tried and tested in both their personal skills and their ability to teach and ensure learning with an emphasis on personal progression.

Singtong Neeyom Thai RestaurantDelicious authentic Thai Cuisine

Take a look at Singtong Neeyom Thai Restaurant in the centre of Halesworth, for a range of delicious and skillfully prepared Thai dishes created by their own native Thai, Piek.

Oasis BarnLuxury self catering holidays in rural Suffolk for 1 to 12 People

Superb one and two bedroom barns, self-catering for up to 12 people. Sumptuously finished with Egyptian cotton bedding/towels. Cosy underfloor heating throughout. Large room for socialising. Great Location. Dog friendly. 10% discount on late bookings.

Janet TalksJanet is a writer and broadcaster with many years experience

Southwold 'A place to love' has almost 200 pages packed with the stories and histories behind the inscriptions on its colourful beach huts, its many benches and on those small brass plaques on Southwold pier. The stories will both delight and inform.