Your guide to Things to Do in North–East Suffolk
This listing is for all relevant Things to Do businesses in the Blyth Valley area. If you wish to look at a more specific location then visit one of the Town and Village websites (from the menu), from where you can view Services (businesses), Accommodation (b&b, self catering, pubs or hotels) or Places to Eat from the menu on each town or village website.
[ Website ] Small-scale recreation of a golden era of cinema. With seats for 70 this bijou gem has a commissionaire on the door, organ played during the interval, and great films. Become a member easily, or visit as a guest of a member, to enjoy the experience.
[ Website ] The Southwold Regattas are held every year. Open to all. New sailors and spectators are very welcome. Those wanting to turn up and hire a boat should arrive half an hour before the scheduled start of the regatta.
[ Website ] The Blythweb Calendar publicises local events of interest which are open to the public. These include guided walks, coffee mornings, various activities, talks and lectures, theatre, and much more, often benefitting charities and good causes.
[ Website ] This web site is a light hearted attempted to travel the local rail network, stopping at fine pubs and where possible encourage similar real ale loving gricers to do likewise
[ Website ] Welcome to the St James Village Orchard website. This website is to share our experience in creating the orchard, provide a continuing source of information about what can be found there and to share material that we needed or produced along the way.
[ Website ] Situated in NE Suffolk and surrounded by quiet country lanes and beautiful countryside, Halesworth is the ideal location for exploring this part of Suffolk by bike. Cyclists of all ages are welcome to join and enjoy guided rides.
[ Website ] Member of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors. Courses available for Rock Climbing, Winter Skills, Alpine Trekking and Navigation Skills.
[ Website ] In September 2013, following extensive investigation in to the cause of deafness a scan revealed not only a Chlosteatoma but also a Brain Tumour on the right temporal lobe. BUT I am fighting this beast and raising money for charity as I do. Follow me!
[ Website ] The George Borrow Trust aims to advance the education of the public in the life and works of George Borrow in particular, by means which preserve, exhibit and study his writings and works and other material objects connected with his life and works.
[ Website ] When you visit Halesworth, make sure that you visit the Halesworth and District Museum. Special displays are regularly changed and feature all aspects of local life and local people.
[ Website ] The largest Millennium Green in England. A Trust was set up to manage the Green whose objective is to provide and maintain an open space to be used forever as an area for leisure and enjoyment where people can enjoy nature and wildlife at first hand.
[ Website ] Traditional rowing boat across the River Blyth, Southwold to Walberswick running from Easter to October. We have been running our ferry for five generations. We also offer one hour river trips along the beautiful Blyth estuary on our motorboat Daybreeze.
[ Website ] We offer "wildlife watching days out" in the Suffolk and Norfolk Countryside. Based near Southwold, days are individually designed for those travelling alone or for a maximum of two people who like to bird and wildlife watch. Local car pick up arranged.
[ Website ] The British County Show is held at Henham Park, Beccles, Nr The Quarry, Suffolk, NR34 8AD. Check our website for online ticket discounts for the big day! If you have any specific questions, please feel free to contact us.
[ Website ] 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.
[ Website ] Set in a WWII bomb crater, Thorington Theatre is a 350-seat outdoor venue that welcomes artists and performers from the UK and beyond to the Suffolk Coast. Surrounded by woodland and birdsong, it is a welcome escape from the bustling day-to-day.