The village of Otley is hosting a music festival on the 26th of July 2014 from 5pm to 9pm.
Why not spend a pleasant Saturday evening in a park in rural Suffolk listening to local bands play while sampling a beverage or two from the bar? Food will also be available.
Entry is free.
If you are a member of a band and would like your band to take part then you can drop the organiser, Nathan Cant an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location for satnav: IP6 9NT
Thornham Walks is a country park open to the public located near Eye. It features a childrens play area, shops and facilities and acres of countryside dotted with pleasant walks and a walled garden.
For more information see – http://gislingham.onesuffolk.net/assets/Home-Page-Content/ThornhamEventsMarchtoMay2013.pdf
Sealand, or the Principality of Sealand as it prefers to be known, is a former Maunsell Fort from World War 2 located 7 nautical miles from the coast of Suffolk.
This micronation is occupied by the Bates family since 1967.
Official web site – http://www.sealandgov.org/
Woodbridge Tide Mill dating from 1793 is a historic living museum located on the banks of the river Deben in the picturesque village of Woodbridge.
The mill is maintained as a museum and is open to visitors. The fully-functioning mill produces flour, which visitors can purchase.
Gainsborough’s House is the former home of the famous painter Thomas Gainsborough. Located in Sudbury Gainsboroughs House is now a museum housing one of the largest collections of the artists works.