Former Woodbridge School student Tim Carter, who attended from 2002 to 2010, is currently in New Zealand, as part of the INEOS TEAM UK competing on board ‘Britannia’ in the America’s Cup.
Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum has joined Heritage Compass – a Business Support Programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Working with Creative United and the Arts Marketing Association this new programme has been designed to grow resilience and invigorate the heritage sector across England.
A botanically themed virtual exhibition, bringing together 40 incredibly talented and exciting artists, sculptors, ceramicists and photographers. Raising money for the Blossom Appeal towards a brand, new breast cancer unit at Ipswich Hospital.
Thompson’s Gallery Aldeburgh is pleased to announce Angela A’court: All That I Belong To, a sympathetic body of work in response to the poem ‘By Heart’
by Thomas John Carlisle which the artist found as a torn newspaper scrap over 30 years ago while looking through her mother’s affairs after she passed away.
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), organisers of the farming industry’s annual open day, LEAF Open Farm Sunday (LOFS), has today announced a year-round programme of public engagement to support this flagship event.
Fionn Whitehead, star of Dunkirk and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, will take on the titular role in an upcoming contemporary digital adaptation of the Oscar Wilde classic, The Picture of Dorian Gray.
Working in collaboration with civic, business and education leaders in the Ipswich Vision group, Ipswich Central is spearheading a bid for government funding that could transform the town and it’s economic growth prospects.
Do you hear whistling, buzzing or humming in your ears? You may be experiencing Tinnitus and you are not alone.
Local entrepreneur recognised for making a powerful contribution to society, the economy and communities
Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh are holding a one woman show by the extremely talented and sought after painter Ann Shrager.