Woodbridge Events in March
Flyer freelance journalist Stephanie’s 10 top things to do this month
Based on news sent into the Flyer here is my list of 10 top things to do locally. Enjoy what you choose to go to!
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- Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group, talk with Adam Burrows of Natural England, Thursday 19th March, 30pm, Woodbridge Community Hall, IP12 4AU. Find out how quickly our coastline is changing. Price £3 per adult, under 16’s free. Please pay cash on arrival. No need to book. For info about wildlife groups: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/thingstodo/local-wildlife-groups
- County Councillor’s Surgery with Caroline Page, Saturday 21st March, taking place between 9am and 11am, Woodbridge Library, Wood Street, IP12 1DT. If you need to discuss Suffolk service come and talk direct to Caroline Page. For info: woodbridge-suffolk.gov.uk
- The BFG – Kids Club Screening (film), Saturday 21st March, 10.30am (adults only permitted with a child), The Riverside Theatre, IP12 1BH. To book: 01394 382174 or theriverside.co.uk
- Peaceweavers and Shieldmaidens: exploring the lives of women in Anglo-Saxon England’, Saturday 21stMarch, 2-3pm, Woodbridge Library, Wood Street, IP12 1DT.
Tea and coffee will be served afterwards and time for questions and chatting.
Tickets are £4.00 each or 2 for £7.00. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
- Oak, Ash & Thorn – Shamanic Drumming & Tribal Voice with Kate, David & Lorna, Saturday 21stMarch, 7.30-9pm – Woodbridge Library, Wood Street, IP12 1DT.
No experience necessary. Donations invited. Refreshments. For more info: email@example.com or David Aufenast on 07803 794983.
- Poetry at Lunchtime: Dreams and Visions, Tuesday 24thMarch, 12.45-1.30pm, Woodbridge Library, Wood Street, IP12 1DT.
Sarah Craze and a group of friends present a programme of poetry selected from a range of poets including Coleridge, Tennyson, Yeats, Rosetti and Eliot. Free entry. Donations to the work of FOWL will be welcome.
- A Talk by Graham Bell – Ernest Shackleton’s Attempt to Cross Antarctica,
Sunday 29th March, 3pm, Wickham Market Village Hall, IP13 0WD. Graham (who was Vicar in Wickham Market and Pettistree in the 1980s) has visited the sites where Ernest Shackleton and his team were shipwrecked. Entry by donation (to the Village Hall Rebuild Fund) Refreshments available. More info: www.visitwickhammarket.co.uk
- Improv Night, Thursday 2nd April, 7.30pm, The Bull Inn, Woodbridge. A night of unscripted stories and unexpected scenes as they unfold in the moment. First Thursday of every month. Entry £6.00. Info: woodbridge-suffolk.gov.uk
- Foraging and Natural Navigation, Monday 6th April, 10.30am – 1.30pm (minimum age 10 years)
Explore the landscape of Sutton Hoo as the Anglo-Saxons did.
Foraging is an activity that is so much more than seeking food. Natural navigation is the art of finding your way through the landscape using features including the sun, plants and animals. For info: nationaltrust.org.uk/sutton-hoo