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The Blythweb Calendar publicises events open to the public which are taking place in the general area of the Blyth Valley in north-east Suffolk and occasionally also in the wider area. These events include those held in support of local and UK charities, organisations, good causes etc., which we are pleased to freely publicise. The Blythweb Calendar also features other events of interest.

If you would like an event added, email info to calendar@mhcreations.co.uk

Birdwatching for beginners at RPSB Minsmere

on Tuesday, 26th October 2021
Organised by: RSPB
Venue: RSPB Nature Reserve, Minsmere IP17 3BY link
BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Event lasts 2.5hours max. No experience necessary. Minsmere is the perfect place to discover the wonder of birds. Our friendly guides will introduce you to birdwatching. Price: RSPB member £10, non-member £12.50, RSPB Wildlife Explorer £5, non-member child £6.25. Plus normal entry fees.
Ticket Details: SEE TEXT and https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/birdwatching-for-beginners-at-rspb-minsmere-tickets-156664883885?aff=website2021
Who to Contact: Telephone: 01728 648281
To know more about Walberswick or for accommodation in the area go to https://www.explorewalberswick.co.uk

Baby Bounce and Tot Rock

– 11:00 on Tuesday, 26th October 2021
Venue: Southwold Library, North Green, Southwold IP18 6AT link
Instruments, clapping, jogging and action rhymes, for babies and toddlers of all ages. In fine weather in the garden, if wet weather on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/southwoldlibrary .
Who to Contact: Southwold Library 01502 722519

Adrian Bell, A Countryman’s Winter Notebook

on Tuesday, 26th October 2021
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth IP19 8BY link
From 1950 to 1980 Adrian Bell wrote a weekly column called ‘A Countryman’s Notebook’ for Suffolk and Norfolk’s long-serving local paper, the Eastern Daily Press. His columns were, as his son Martin Bell says in his preface, ‘not really journalism but prose poems about the natural life around him’, and these essays share that which is common to all his writing – a deep appreciation of the small moments of each passing day. Now a selection of these beautifully crafted essays has been gathered together and introduced by Richard Hawking to form the first of a quartet of Bell’s writings on the seasons. Winter is the first.
The Halesworth Bookshop presents Richard Hawking, author of 'At the Field's Edge: Adrian Bell and the English Countryside', and Professor Jules Pretty, author of 'This East Country', in conversation.
Ticket Details: Standard ticket £8.
Who to Contact: Box Office and Booking Tickets : 0300 3033 211 / online at http://newcut.org
To know more about Halesworth or for accommodation in the area go to https://www.halesworth.net