Fun low cost and free things to do this month in Suffolk 

Suffolk Cream Tea Cruise on sailing barge Victor, Ipswich IP4 1BY – Sun 17 and Wed 20 July

Departing from the Old Custom’s House at Ipswich Dock. And passing through the lock gates and sailing down the beautiful. And historic River Orwell and under the Orwell Bridge.


Felixstowe Carnival 2022 – Friday 22 July – Sunday 24 July

And Felixstowe Carnival is back. So, come and join the fun and festivities including Carnival Proms Night. Also a  Grand Procession, live music.  And a Fireworks Spectacular.


Holiday Fun for All the Family: Craft Workshops & Jubilee Fun – Tuesdays to Saturdays

12-16, 19-23 and 26-30 July

Choose from Clay, Mosaic & Craft, Clay Play, Ceramic Bubble Painting. Also Doodle & Draw, Mini Mosaics, Paint & Draw, Paper Cutting, Paper Patch, Paper Painting. And  Polymer Clay Play, Quilling, Stitch & Sew, String Art, Tie Dye, Weaving and much more. Also, Family and small groups welcome.  Along with EJaRt Creative, The Black Barn, Grange Farm, Grundisburgh Rd, Hasketon,  In Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 6HN.


RSPB Minsmere – Saturday 23 July

Insects for beginners at Minsmere from £5.50. Not suitable for children under 8 years old. And for full event details visit:


Open Air Fun Family Theatre – Much Ado About Nothing – Tuesday 26 July Aldeburgh

A riot of Shakespearean hilarity from start to finish with a cartoony cast. And easy to understand language.

And refreshments will be available at The Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh. Also for all ages, running time – 2 hours including a 20-minute interval. Moot Green, The Seafront, Aldeburgh, Suffolk IP15 5DS


Wildlife Safari – Thursday 28 July

So, come join Countryside Manager. And to learn about some of the unexpected wildlife that calls Orford Ness home.

Orford Ness is famous for its birds. And hares but join the Countryside Manager on a Wildlife safari to learn about some of the more surprising creatures. So learn about all the  large and small widlife, that can be found on the Ness. National Trust Orford Ness, Quay Street, Orford, Suffolk IP12 3NU


Bawdsey Radar Transmitter Block

Bawdsey Radar was the birthplace of operational radar in 1937. And many people believe that the Battle of Britain could not have been won without it. Also hused in the transmitter building, a state-of-the-art visitor centre. And interactive exhibition tells the story. Bawdsey Radar, Transmitter Block, Bawdsey, Suffolk, IP12 3BA.


Kesgrave Market

And every third Saturday of the month, 9am to 12pm at the Kesgrave Scout Hall near little Tesco. And there is also an ONLINE ‘Click and Collect’ ordering system for you to place your orders before hand on Wednesday the week before.


Framlingham Market

Every Tuesday and Saturday. Tuesdays 8am to 4pm. Saturdays, 8am to 5pm. And just a short stroll down the hill from Framlingham Castle, or just up-a-ways from the Co-op Supermarket car park.