Seven weekend events taking place in Suffolk and north Essex

Seven events happening near you this weekend. Picture: KEVIN J PACKARD

Seven events happening near you this weekend. Picture: KEVIN J PACKARD - Credit: Archant

Unsure on what to do this weekend? Check out our guide for inspiration, here is what’s happening January 13 and 14.

Watch the magical Cinderella with your loved ones. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO

Watch the magical Cinderella with your loved ones. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Cinderella Pantomime

Little Bealings Village Hall, Woodbridge

January 13

Puzzle House Pantomimes returns to Little Bealings for the seventh time to present a traditional family pantomime based on the story of Cinderella.

Take part in solving puzzles, singing songs and helping make sure that Cinderella’s dreams are not destroyed.

The show begins at 3pm and tickets are £7.

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For more information call 01379 384656.

Check out wildlife photographer Trevor Clifford's work. Picture: ZELJKO BOZIC

Check out wildlife photographer Trevor Clifford's work. Picture: ZELJKO BOZIC - Credit: Getty Images/Hemera

Trevor Clifford Exhibiton

Naze Visitor Centre, Walton-on-the-Naze

January 13

An exhibition of photographs by local wildlife photographer Trevor Clifford will be on display in the Visitor Centre.

Trevor Clifford is an award winning photographer and all pictures displayed will be available to buy.

While you are there enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake with your loved ones.

For more details call 01255 679379.

Are you a fan of the noughties? Picture: EMREGOLOGLU/GETTY IMAGES

Are you a fan of the noughties? Picture: EMREGOLOGLU/GETTY IMAGES - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

It came from the noughties

Bassment, Chelmsford

January 13

Celebrate the Chelmsford music scene of the noughties at a gig featuring five fantastic live bands.

The line up includes Jez Kemp, The White Gospel, Ghostwood Shanks, Mandeville, and The Lemoncurd Kids.

Entry costs £5 and all proceeds will be going to Amnesty International.

For more information visit the website.

How many species of bird will you spot? Picture: KEVIN J PACKARD

How many species of bird will you spot? Picture: KEVIN J PACKARD - Credit: Archant

Birding Day

Abberton Reservoir, Colchester

January 13

If you enjoy bird watching then this event is for you.

Get out and about on the nature reserve and around the reservoir to see how many birds you can identify.

There will be experts to help you with your basic identification skills.

For more details visit the website.

Chris Clarkson as Dame Winona at Bury Theatre. Picture: TONY KELLY

Chris Clarkson as Dame Winona at Bury Theatre. Picture: TONY KELLY

Dick Whittington

Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

January 13 and 14

This weekend is your last chance to see Dick Whittington at the Theatre Royal.

Head down to Bury St Edmunds to watch one of the most loved stories of all time.

Packed with magic, music, fun, and laughter.

To book tickets or for more information visit the website

If you are planning a wedding make sure you don't miss Glemham Hall's wedding event. Picture: MARK E

If you are planning a wedding make sure you don't miss Glemham Hall's wedding event. Picture: MARK EWELS - Credit: Mark Ewels

Glemham Hall Wedding open day

Glemham Hall, Woodbridge

January 14

Are you getting married in 2018? If so make sure you check out Glemham Hall’s wedding open day this weekend.

There will be wedding planners, Suffolk’s finest suppliers and special offers.

Enjoy the beautiful surroundings as you wander the gardens, hall and marquee.

For more details visit the website.

Go for a three mile stroll at High Woods Country Park, Colchester. Picture: WILL LODGE

Go for a three mile stroll at High Woods Country Park, Colchester. Picture: WILL LODGE - Credit: Archant

Sunday Stroll at High Woods Country Park

Colchester

January 14

If your New Year’s resolution is to be more active this is the perfect event for you.

High Woods Country Park is hosting a three-mile walk this weekend.

The walk will be led by a volunteer ranger and there will be tea and coffee on offer afterwards.

For more information call 01206 853588.

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