World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats acre by acre. Through a network of partner organisations around the world, WLT funds the creation of reserves and provides permanent protection for habitats and wildlife. Partnerships are developed with established and highly respected local organisations who engage support and commitment among the local community.
We support learning and the acquisition of useful skills and encourage social participation by people of different ages and backgrounds by inviting them to talks and exhibitions. We welcome volunteers, encouraging them to make use of their talents to enhance both our joint experience and their own.
We are based at the Old School, Grove Road, Brockdish and are grateful to the Diocese of Norwich, the owners, who have allowed us to continue the tradition of learning and self-advancement envisaged by the founders of the school in 1845.
Waveney Heritage CIO is a registered charity
Our trustees and helpers are all volunteers
We are a Community Archives and Heritage Group
A bespoke etching studio in a farm setting in Middleton for one to one tuition or sole use of the etching press.
Membership available for open access to printmaking facilities.
Mill Street Etching Studio
Rose Farm Barn, Mill Street, Middleton
The Cut Arts Centre in Halesworth offers a range of arts, music, theatre, dance, workshops and art exhibitions.
A large dance studio with sprung floor offers an ideal space for a variety of regular classes.
8 New Cut
Box office: 0300 3033 211
The Fisher Theatre in Bungay was first opened on 28th February 1828 with a performance of ‘The Belle’s Stratagem’. The theatre was one of thirteen designed and built across East Anglia by David Fisher, serving the circuit of Fisher’s company, ‘The Norfolk and Suffolk Company of Comedians’
They are a venue for music, theatre, dance and classes. It has an art gallery and a cafe.
The Fisher Theatre, 10 Broad Street, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 1E
Box Office: 01986 897130
Great Yarmouth’s only all-year-round theatre will soon be back.
St. George’s Theatre is preparing to open the doors, raise the curtain and turn on the spotlights as live entertainment returns to Great Yarmouth. From top class comedy and amazing musicals to professional plays and community drama – we have everything in place for you to enjoy a safe and thrilling theatre visit.
We’re also taking bookings for events in our fabulous Grade 1 listed building for weddings, conferences, indoor markets, antiques fairs, beer festivals and product launches. Find out more at StGeorgesTheatre.com
Beyond the Image Photographers’ Gallery is a unique place of opportunity in the heart of Suffolk.
Established in 2005, the gallery is a not-for-profit organisation run by a group of like-minded photographers who exhibit their own work through quarterly themed exhibitions. The gallery space also allows the group to give something back to the community in the form of guest exhibitions in any media, photo-shoots and courses.
Situated on the beautiful Thornham Walks estate in Suffolk, a visit to the gallery can be combined with all that the estate has to offer, including 12 miles of woodland walks. Refreshments are available from the Forge tea room and the Coach House restaurant.
Exhibitors in any media are welcomed and have a choice of three exhibition areas to show their work.
Photo shoots are lead by gallery members and offer a day of creativity and inspiration with like-minded photographers.
Beyond the Image gallery is proud to be involved in a number of local community events throughout the year.
‘Friends of the Gallery’ support Beyond the Image and benefit from discounts, discussions and social events.
General enquiries: email@example.com
Telephone: Patrick Foster: 07973 688997
CRAFTCO is an outlet for contemporary crafts and applied arts from East Anglia, with changing exhibitions in our upstairs gallery.
The Great Eastern Craft Co-operative, or CRAFTCO for short, began in 1987 when ten local craftspeople formed a co-operative and opened a shop and gallery in Southwold Market Place. Five years later they bought a house in the High Street, originally a forge, which is now CRAFTCO.
With about 100 associate members, a core group runs and organises the shop. We meet monthly to discuss co-op business and consider newly submitted work. We are always interested in encouraging new makers. Our aim is to provide a permanent showcase for contemporary applied arts from East Anglia. Come and see our unique prints, ceramics, jewellery, textiles and toys. If you are interested in ordering any item, please phone 01502 723211 during opening hours.
Easterly Artists formed in 2018 as a mutually supportive group, to promote the practice of local visual artists and encourage awareness and appreciation of their work. Members are all practising artists living and/or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point, the most easterly part of the UK. The group encompasses work across a range of media from oil paints to drawing, printmaking to ceramics and artistic wood-turning to sculptural assemblages using found objects.
If you feel that the world today could do with more of the insights that poetry can bring, if you read it, write it, would like to write it but don’t know where to start, if you want a place where your voice might be heard, or if you simply love the stuff, then think about joining us – Suffolk Poetry Society. You’ll find a friendly community based on a shared passion and an inclusive programme that will meet your needs, wherever you are on your poetry journey.
Are you interested in sharing your poetry with others? Do you like listening to poetry? Would you like to find constructive criticism for the poetry you write? Would you like to participate in a wide range of Suffolk events with poetry at their heart? Suffolk Poetry Society is the place for you. This thriving group offers a warm welcome to poets and poetry lovers.