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Celebrating Women at The Red House
Celebrating Women Friday 28th April
April 24, 2017, No Comments

Celebrating Women at The Red House, Aldeburgh on Friday 28th April Enjoy a special evening of music by women composers i ...

Art for Cure Pop-up Exhibition 3-4 June
April 6, 2017, No Comments

Art For Cure to host their first pop-up art exhibition in Aldeburgh over the weekend of 3rd-4th June Following on from t ...

The Arca Project
The Arca Project Exhibition until 7th May
April 5, 2017, No Comments

PayneShurvellSuffolk is pleased to present The Arca Project: a contemporary Art Show inspired by W.G.Sebald. 16 artists ...

Alde Valley Spring Valley Festival Sat 22nd April – Sun 21st May
The Alde Valley Spring Festival 22 April – 21 May
April 5, 2017, No Comments

The Alde Valley Spring Valley Festival Sat 22nd April – Sun 21st May A four week celebration of food, farming, landsc ...

Pop-up premises
Pop-up Premises in Framlingham
February 3, 2017, No Comments

The Barbers in Framlingham is moving across the road in April, at which point you could rent their old premises as your ...

Framlingham Library
Classes at Framlingham Library
January 31, 2017, No Comments

Framlingham Library is delighted to offer two new FREE weekly classes. Adult Colouring Sessions: Thursday morning from ...

Mat's walk and talk challenge
Mat’s walking challenge!
January 5, 2017, No Comments

Mat Bayfield of ‘The Broadside Boys’, is walking in Suffolk every day in January for The Brain Tumour Charit ...

Born Survivors by Wendy Holden
FramSoc Spring Programme
December 19, 2016, No Comments

FramSoc is delighted to announce their new programme for Spring 2017.   Their next event is as follows: Tues 28th F ...

aboutfram walk
A walk in the Woodland Trust
December 19, 2016, No Comments

A fresh start. Now I am the first to admit that I am not really a morning person. Every day I curse the alarm, hitting t ...

an oarsome afternoon
An oarsome afternoon
October 10, 2016, No Comments

An oarsome afternoon When the children were little, a trip to Thorpeness Meare involved packing a suitcase of spare clot ...