Venue: Southwold Library, North Green, Southwold
Part of Suffolk Libraries Day. Starting at Southwold Library. Treasure Hunt Programme £3. First Prize: Luxury Hamper. Little treat for every child taking part. Refreshments served all day at Southwold Library, plus Raffle.
Orwell in Southwold: A Guided Walk with author Ronald Binns
Venue: Southwold - various venues
Part of Suffolk Libraries Day. Join local author Ronald Binns on a tour lasting approx 75 minutes of George Orwell's Southwold, and see the houses where he lived and wrote. Learn about his long association with the town and how Southwold and its people entered into his writing. Ronald Binns is the author of “Orwell in Southwold”. Limited number of places so PLEASE BOOK YOUR PLACE at Southwold Library and confirm the walk start point.
Ticket Details: £5 per person. Approx. 75 minutes duration. Limited number so PLEASE BOOK YOUR PLACE, at Southwold Library..
Venue: St. Edmund's Hall, Cumberland Road, Southwold
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The Labologists Society was founded in 1958 to promote the hobby of beer label collecting. This is their annual 'Label of the Year' event, including a 30-minute talk about the history of Adnams Brewery, by Robert Porter. Stalls selling beermats, books etc (proceeds to charity Fresh Start-New Beginnings). Bring along your own breweriana items.
Southwold Lighthouse provides a waymark for vessels navigating the east coast and guides vessels making for Southwold Harbour. On selected dates tours of Southwold Lighthouse are organised by Southwold Millennium Foundation under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House, take approximately 30 minutes, and are on the hour and half hour. To climb the tower there is a minimum height restriction of 1.1 metres tall.
Ticket Details: Adult £4, Child 16 years and under £3, Family of 2 adults + up to 3 children £12. CASH ONLY PLEASE.
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth
Presented by Passion Pit Theatre, in association with Amos Trust, Hodder & Stoughton and The New Theatre, UK and Ireland. 2017 marked three major anniversaries for Palestinian people: the centenary of the Balfour Declaration, the fifteenth year of Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian Territories, and the tenth year of the blockade of Gaza. To change the record after a century of injustice, a pilgrimage set out to walk from London to Jerusalem- in penance, solidarity and hope. This was the inspiration of award winning playwright, actor and musician Justin Butcher who worked with human rights charity Amos Trust to mount the Just Walk to Jerusalem from June to November 2017. Calling for equal rights for all in the holy land. More than 100 walkers took part and 9 walked the whole way. A chronicle of serendipity: happenstances, hilarious, infuriating and occasionally numinous – or as pilgrims might say, encounters with the divine.
Ticket Details: Standard ticket £15.00
Who to Contact:
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