7 things to do this weekend in Suffolk and north Essex
- Credit: Archant
Your weekend inspiration is here - these events are all taking place on February 17 and 18.
Half-term fun at Easton Farm Park
Easton Farm Park, Woodbridge
Why not meet all the new arrivals of Easton Farm Park this weekend?
You may also want to watch:
There are baby goats, lambs, baby guinea pigs, and baby rabbits.
Your child can also enjoy a ride on The Barrel Bug, ride a pony and hug a bunny.
There is so much to do - take a look at what’s in store here.
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February 10 - 18
West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Bury St Edmunds
Take part in a popular Lord of the Rings themed family challenge.
The day is packed of things to do from enjoying the Ring Quest trail, witnessing the huge spiders of Mirkwood and the dragon guarding its treasure. Will you complete the quest to save Middle Earth?
Halesworth Lantern Dusk Dance, Walk and Magical story
Go on a magical musical walk through Halesworth.
As it gets dark at 5pm the walk will begin so bring a lantern to help lighten up the way.
The Mollies will lead the procession through the Town Park, into Millenium Green, ending up at a mystery destination.
Landseer Players perform The Wizard of Oz
Watch the much loved Wizard of Oz this weekend with your family.
The Landseer Players are performing at DanceEast on February 17 at 1pm and 6pm.
Click your heels and join us in this Wizardly Wonderful treat, there’s no place like theatre.
Frozen Planet in concert
Snape Maltings, Saxmundham
There will be snow at Snape Maltings, as the BBC Concert Orchestra presents Frozen Planet in Concert.
It will feature some of the most memorable scenes from the David Attenborough-fronted production.
See breath-taking high-definition footage of polar bears battling, birds soaring through snowy landscapes and killer whales hunting their prey.
All narrated by George Fenton’s richly evocative score, and conducted by the composer himself. If you want to know more visit the website.
The Big Sea Dip
Take part in the big sea dip this weekend to raise money for the Cancer Centre Campaign.
If you aren’t brave enough to go swimming in the sea, you can still take part by just paddling in the water.
It is free to enter - all you need to do is try and raise as much sponsorship as you can.
Nature in Watercolour
Abberton Reservoir Centre, Colchester
Get creative this weekend and take part in a watercolour course.
It will show you all the techniques needed to do a pencil drawing from a reference picture and then build up colour and detail in layers of watercolour washes.
Booking is essential you can do this on their website here.