July – August 2014
Concerts for Wednesday lunchtimes – featuring a range of young musicians.
Hunt out the clues around Landguard Fort and join in the Summer fun. Normal admission charges for the Fort apply, plus £1.00 for a trail sheet.
Full details (including timings and ticket prices to be confirmed). Saturday 2nd August (1930) Talk by Phil Hadwen of the Felixstowe Society – St John’s Church, Orwell Road. Learn more about this historical event and its stories linked to Felixstowe. Admission free.
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War – join us in Felixstowe with a series of commemorative events over the weekend.
Dolls Houses and Miniatures Fair with various exhibitors and stalls. Now in its 12th year. Admission £1.50 per person (half price from 13.00). Accompanied children under 16 free.
Special Church Service followed by a parade and Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial on the seafront (approximately 12.30)
Ahoy there me hearties! Join the British Heart Foundation for some swashbuckling fun at our annual Pirate Walk along the prom. Start by the Pier, with the walk approximately one mile in length. Entry Adults £5, children free includes a free pirate hat.
For age 3+ at the Colneis Pool, Felixstowe. Small groups – Qualified teachers. 30 minute lesson each day. Time of lessions confirmed on booking 5-day course £37.50. Advanced booking essential. Contact Swimsure Swim School
Location: Trinity Methodist Church. The 63rd annual exhibition and sale of artwork by members of the Felixstowe Art Group