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[ Website ] An open air theatre set in woodland and seating an audience of approximately 350 people. The Theatre aims to be as eclectic and inclusive as possible; productions range from local youth theatre groups to national touring companies, from Shakespearian classics to folksy musicals, and more. Bar serving local wines, beers and juices. Car parking on field close by. Wheelchair access. The venue is easily reached from the A12.
[ Website ] The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds works for wildlife as well as birds. This page details Minsmere reserve opening times, plus lots of additional information. Admission charged to non-members. Shop. Tea room. Events. Free car park. Located on the coast south of Dunwich, near Westleton.
[ Website ] Dunwich Museum is a history experience for all the family, telling the true story of the city of Dunwich being lost to the sea.
[ Website ] A wide range of top class golf facilities, including pay-and-play, tuition, shop etc. Golfers of all abilities welcome. Restaurant open seven days a week.
[ Website ] Unspoilt Southwold is well worth a visit at any time of year. Independent shops, tea rooms and weekly market. Stroll along the beach or maybe visit the Harbour and catch the ferry across the Blyth to visit Walberswick.
[ Website ] The Halesworth Art Gallery Association (founded 1966) occupies part of the lovely historic almshouses building in Steeple End, standing alongside St.Mary's Church. Exhibitions. Art for Sale.
[ Website ] 650 acre site jointly owned by Suffolk Wildlife Trust and RSPB. On the coast between Walberswick and Dunwich. Grid ref TM480720.
[ Website ] Escorted wildlife watching at a range of locations - reserves, public land and private woodland. Personal Service. Catering included.
[ Website ] Informative village-run website for the coastal village of Walberswick, reached by the B1387 from the A12 near Blythburgh or by ferry or foot-bridge from Southwold. Well worth a visit.
[ Website ] A collection of walks varying in length which link rail stations along the East Suffolk Line (Ipswich to Lowestoft). For the more ambitious rambler, join these up to total a 70-mile trail.
[ Website ] The Cut has been created from an old maltings building, close to the centre of Halesworth, and is now the home of New Cut Arts. A wide variety of theatre, concerts, performance arts and more takes place all year round. Handily located for train and bus services. Tickets can be booked online.
[ Website ] An ongoing project by Southwold Railway Trust at Blyth Road, Southwold IP18 6AZ on land close to the site of Southwold Satation. Features include railway, engine shed, museum, visitor centre, refreshments, shop and nature reserve. Parking for Blue Badge holders. Come along to an Open Day to find out more.
[ Website ] Grid ref TM470770. Suffolk Wildlife Trust Reserve, created over 20 years ago. Car park, information board and trail to bird hide, just off A1095 (the road linking Southwold to A12 north of Blythburgh). You may see marsh harriers or the wild ponies!
[ Website ] Established 1894, for yachts under sail-power only (no motorised craft). Regattas take place at the Southwold Model Yacht Pond (opposite Pier).
[ Website ] On B1117 at Walpole near Halesworth. With the appearance of a Suffolk farmhouse (albeit one with gravestones outside!) Walpole Chapel is Listed Grade II* and has great character. Historic interior with wonderful serene atmosphere. Now in the care of the Historic Chapels Trust. See website for opening times and details of events held here.
[ Website ] Southwold Museum Website.
[ Website ] Walberswick is a coastal village community within walking distance of Southwold via the bridge over the River Blyth at the Harbour, or sit back and take the ferry. The longer route is by road via Blythburgh/A12. Two pubs, beach, acres of Common and footpaths. Informative website, including panoramic views from the top of St.Andrew's Church tower.
[ Website ] Community Open Space and Heritage Area. Largest UK Millennium Green! Features in the longer circular walk on this Halesworth website. Work party volunteers welcome!
[ Website ] Grid ref TM476788. Ancient woodland in the care of Suffolk Wildlife Trust, off B1126 (Southwold to Wangford road). Can be muddy underfoot. Limited parking.

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Some Favourite Websites For January 2022:

Juliet Penwarden CoachingJuliet Penwarden Coaching - Horse riding and care

Juliet is an experienced and qualified coach who places a strong emphasis on harmony between horse and rider and takes great pleasure in helping partnerships progress, whatever their goals.

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.

Golden Light EssencesA Gift of Transformation

Golden Light Essences comprise a range of flower and vibrational essences. These flower essences have been created to help us to understand and transform the negative beliefs we have about ourselves, and our world.

Waveney WholesaleSuppliers of toys, novelties, giftware, china, housewares, pet items, beach goods and so much more

Established Halesworth-based suppliers with over 3000 lines stocked. On-line ordering or call and collect.

Chris Doyle PhotographyBeautiful Photos of local recent horse riding events

View extensive online galleries of recent horse shows, show jumping, cross country and other events as well as galleries of racing dogs and wildlife. Prints are available to order online.