February ’20


Flyer freelance journalist Stephanie’s 10 top things to do this month
Sourced from town event information here is my list of 10 top things to do locally.
Enjoy what you choose to go to!
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Sources of information on local events include:

1) Saturday 15th February, 10am to 2pm (hall opens at 9.15am) – Antiques Roadshow at Dallinghoo Village Hall, IP13 0JX Take your items to be valued and help raise funds for the church

2) Saturday 15th – Saturday 22nd February, times vary – Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood at the Riverside. Box office: www.wolseytheatre.co.uk/whats-on or 01473 295900
3) Tuesday 18th February (10.30am to 12.30pm) and Wednesday 19th February (1-3pm), Foxburrow Farm, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA
Two different events: Tracks and Trails Family morning on the 18th and Bird box and feeder making on the 19th. Families 3+ year olds (younger siblings welcome but please book them) Not suitable for buggies. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or 01473 890089

4) Thursday 20th February, 7.30pm, Badger Talk organised by Suffolk Wildlife Trust Woodbridge Wildlife Group at Woodbridge Community Hall. Adrian Hinchcliffe from the Suffolk Badger Group. Admission charge (free for under 16s) No need to book. For further details contact Phil Smith on 01473 625630 or email: swtwoodbridge@outlook.com

5) Friday 21st February, 10am-2pm, Foxburrow Farm, Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Saddlemakers Lane, Melton, Woodbridge. IP12 1NA
Activity Day for 6- 11 year olds, The hunted and hunting. Tracks and trails. Booking essential: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or 01473 890089

6) Tuesday 25th February, 12.45-1.30pm – Music at Lunchtime at Woodbridge Library
A classic jazz group called Pick ‘N’ Mix. The concert is free but donations to the work of the Friends of Woodbridge Library are very welcome

7) Wednesday 26th February, 9.30am-12 noon – Get Help To Get Active Drop In Session at Woodbridge Library
OneLife Suffolk’s Get Help To Get Active service is designed for ‘inactive adults’, doing less than 30 minutes of moderate activity per week and living with a long-term health condition.
They can provide information to enable you to gradually increase your activity levels, in a safe and effective way.

8) Wednesday 26th February, 7.30pm – In Conversation With…Novelist, Liz Trenow at Woodbridge Library
This novelist talks about the inspiration for her latest book, set around the development of radar at Bawdsey, Suffolk during WWII.
Tickets include a copy of ‘Under a Wartime Sky’ and are available to purchase from Browsers Bookshop 01394 388890

9) Saturday 29th February, 10am to 12 Noon – Birds of the River Debden walk (most suitable for age 12+) at Sutton Hoo. Inspiring walk for both avid bird watchers or beginners. Please wear warm clothes and hardy shoes. Not wheelchair friendly. Admission to Sutton Hoo is included. Book online: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sutton-hoo

10) Saturday 29th February, 7.30pm to 8.45pm – Pilgrim: the search for lost love by Dominic Shea and Andrew Leach at Woodbridge Library
Pilgrim is a folk tale of an everyman abandoned by his true-love. This is a dramatised reading with music. Doors open at 7pm for drinks. Tickets in person from Woodbridge Library or 01394 330855