On selected dates throughout July and August. Join us as we dip our nets into the pond to search for what life is present. Will you find a newt or dragonfly larva or water boatman. Afterwards you can explore the reserve and take part in our free self guided activities as you spot Minsmere's special wildlife. Drop in for as little time or as long as you like during the day.
Ticket Details: Price: £3 per child, plus reserve entry fees, or £2.40 for RSPB Wildlife Explorers members
This morning, Who are the most inspiring people you have ever met or seen? Famous or not famous - real or fictional – past or present – known to you or seen from afar! Time Out is a regular weekly informal meeting - a great way to meet new people.
Built in 1887 and standing 31 metres high Southwold Lighthouse is one of only ten lighthouses which Trinity House open to the public. Tours take place on selected dates March to October inclusive and are organised under licence by Southwold Millennium Foundation. Note that there is a MINIMUM HEIGHT restriction of 1.1 metres tall to climb the tower. Last tour commences 30 minutes before closing time. CLOSED FOR LUNCH 1pm-2pm.
Enquire in advance for tour bookings by schools, special interest groups and group bookings of ten or more people.
Ticket Details: Adult £4, child £3 (minimum height 1.1 metres). Family Ticket for 2 adults and up to 3 children £12
Many people have begun birdwatching at Minsmere over the last 70 years. Our RSPB guides will take you through all the steps for bird identification as well as showing you how to use binoculars and which field guides are best for you. They’ll then help you to spot some the reserve’s seasonal highlights. No previous experience needed. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars or ask at reception about loaning a pair for the day. Booking essential - All bookings must be made on-line on the Eventbrite website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/birdwatching-for-beginners-at-rspb-minsmere-tickets-43019097278 .
Ticket Details: BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Adults £11.25, RSPB members £9, children £5.60, Wildlife Explorers £4.50 plus non-member reserve entry fees
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth
Director: Iciar Bollain, 2016, Spain, 100 mins, with Anna Castillo, Javier Gutierrez, Pep Ambros, Miguel Angel Aladren.
A gentle, low-key film with more than a touch of Ken Loach about it. The olive tree of the title is 2000 years old and belonged to Alma's grandfather. Now it has been uprooted and graces the foyer of a German energy company. Watching the old man mourning for his tree Alma determines to embark on a reckless quest to restore it to its rightful place. It seems an impossible task but Alma is persuasive and the angels are definitely on her side.
Ticket Details: Standard £5, Cinema members £4.
Who to Contact:
Box Office and Booking Tickets 0300 3033 211