A seamstress of over 40 years, Clare is still passionate about the pleasure this work brings. After training at The College of Fashion in London, Clare went on to work for Sir Norman Hartnell helping to make Royal dresses for special occasions. That’s why she has decided to run sewing workshops to guide you through […]
“Tiffin Time” lunch at the Anchor, come in and take it easy or take it away to chill out at home. We offer a range of authentic Southeast Asian street food from Singapore, Indonesia and Penang served with Curries from Goa and Sri Lanka. For example – “Roti Chanai” crispy flat bread, served with pickles […]
Friday 5th April & Friday 26th April, 10.30am-12.30pm – Active Lives Singing Group at Woodbridge Library Feel your spirits lift and find a new confidence in singing. Learn some new songs and learn harmonies to songs you know. Improve your breathing, your circulation and have some fun! Take some time out to relax and make […]
From Saturday 6th April throughout the month – Sale Of Withdrawn Fiction For Adults Take a chance and discover a new author! All proceeds go to Woodbridge Library.
The Martlesham Heath Control Tower Museum opens for the season on the afternoon of Sunday 1st April Learn the Story of this Fascinating Airfield from 1917 to 1963, The Royal Flying Corps to The Jet Age, with everything in between It is then open every Sunday afternoon between 2 pm – 5 pm from Sunday […]
Saturday 27th April, 7.30pm –Lestyn Edwards, author of “My Tutu Went AWOL” Lestyn’s innovative talk on his recent book “My Tutu Went AWOL” will consist of theatre, music, ballet and strong cultural interest. We will learn about touring Iraq and Afghanistan in a tutu and how he got dressed down for drying his tights on the […]
Sue is a local artist working mainly in professional colour pencils and pastels. However she does love to work white on to black surfaces as there is almost a serene look that is achieved. Her inspiration comes from the natural world with all its beautiful colours and shapes. In-between her art projects she likes to create […]
Book Group meets the first Thursday of the month at 2pm at Woodbridge Library On 2nd May we will be discussing “His Bloody Project” written by Graeme Macrae Burnet. Please come along if you have read this book and would like to join in the discussion.
In order to put the Beowulf festival on again this year, there will be some fundraising events over the coming months. The first of which being a talk given by Dr Sam Newton. Beginning with a look at the unique manuscript of Beowulf and the epic story it tells, we shall explore the indications that the poem […]