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Monthly Archives: November 2019

    Fanny & Frank Woodbridge

    Lighting up Woodbridge for Christmas

    A plantation of 135 sparkling trees sprung up last weekend across Woodbridge. This was organised by Clare Perkins as a Director of Choose Woodbridge. Local businesses were the backbone of a slick operation. Notcutts Garden Centre supplied the trees the quality of which has already been widely praised. Clare’s excellent team was led by of […]

    2019 Woodbridge Christmas Street Fair

    HAPPENING NEXT SUNDAY: The Giant Woodbridge Christmas Fair

    The Giant Woodbridge Christmas Street Fair is back on 1st December 2019! There will be more than 120 stalls, bands, carol singers and all shops will be open on the day. The Thoroughfare and top end of Cumberland Street, Quay Street and Church Street and the left side of Market Hill will be closed between 8am-5:30pm […]

    Light up Woodbridge

    Christmas in Woodbridge 2019

    There are many extra attractions to entice visitors to Woodbridge in the lead up to Christmas. Here, James Lightfoot, chairman of Choose Woodbridge explains why the town is the perfect place to enjoy the festivities and prepare for the big day. November is the beginning of Christmas-themed events and the festive cheer will continue as […]

    Bawdsey Radar Museum wins top museum award

    The team of volunteers who run this museum are delighted to have won the Suffolk Small Museum of the Year award for 2019. Some of the winning comments included noting that the museum has seen a complete transformation, with an outstanding exhibition presentation. Bawdsey Radar provides a fantastic visitor experience and the presentation of its […]

    Cherub sets sail on the Deben thanks to restoration project

    We are thrilled to announce that a Deben Cherub has been fully restored and returned to the water by the boatyard that created it. More than 150 people turned out to support the launch of the wooden sailing vessel named Ariel on October 25. The cherub was one of 17 built in Woodbridge between 1924 […]