Cyclists of all ages and abilities are looking forward to the summer when they can take part in the fifth annual Crafted Classique sportive event. The sportive will be held on Saturday 11th August, starting and finishing on Ipswich’s iconic Waterfront, so you have plenty...
Mar
19
More than 3,000 people visited the Ipswich Art Gallery during the week-long Big Lego Ipswich Build that ended on Sunday. Avid brick builders and visitors hurried along to High Street to see the miniature town take shape, with queues developing yesterday. The project was...
Mar
19
2FACED DANCE COMPANY BRING FAMILY FUN TO DANCEEAST WITH NEW DANCE AND CIRCUS SHOW WHAT THE MOON SAW We will welcome 2Faced Dance Company with What The Moon Saw, a new interactive dance and circus show for the whole family, inspired by the work of Hans Christian Anderson on...
Mar
13
Residents from Haverhill South and enthusiastic BMX riders are invited to see proposed plans for a new BMX Pump Track. The track, which will be located in Greenfields Way between the Clements GP Practice and Clements Primary Academy, will be available for everyone in the...
Mar
09
Whether you are religious or not, Messy Church is an attractive offer to families with young children that are opened to the idea of participating in Christian themed activities. I first found out about it, a few years ago when my son was three.  As a mum of a very active...
Mar
09
Multi Sports Holiday clubs are a great way for children to let out some steam after weeks of hard work at school, make new friends and discover new interests.  You can find holiday clubs being run by sports centres, schools, and specialised companies in Suffolk on our...
Feb
28
This Thursday’s World Book Day (1 March) has the message ‘Share a Story’ this year and Suffolk Libraries have picked out some great books to share with children. This is the 21st World Book Day which is an annual celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most...
Feb
27
More than 6,500 people attended Ipswich Museum, Christchurch Mansion and Ipswich Art Gallery over the half-term break and hundreds were there just to attend a series of special holiday events. Figures released today showed nearly 1,200 people enjoyed the Ask the Expert...
Feb
21
Reviewed by Lizi Long “Dear Zoo Live on Stage” is a wonderful adventure based on the popular, well-loved lift-the-flap book Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell. The show has children on the edge of their seats for the best part of an hour as Sally and Ben eagerly await what Zoo...
Feb
19
Ipswich Museum is hosting an Ask The Expert day next week and it’s an opportunity for the public to bring along their treasured objects and photographs, share their stories about them and find out a bit more. Organiser Melanie Hollis, curator of the You...
Feb
06
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is delighted to announce the return of popular Children’s Arts Festival, Once Upon A Festival, now in its fourth year. Accessible in Theatres, Schools and Communities, the festival aims to promote arts for everyone and this year runs from Sun 10 to...
Jan
26
Several libraries in the county are holding events for this year’s Harry Potter Book Night which takes place next Thursday (1 February).  Harry Potter Book Night is the most magical night of the year and the theme for 2018 is ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and the amazing creatures...
Jan
25