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November 2017 Local Events

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Please note some of the events might be subject to an entrance fee, availability or restrictions e.g. child’s age.  Please refer to the relevant website for more information.

National Trust, Ickworth
The Roots of Ickworth - Children's activities. Get exploring with your 50 things activities and the National Trust’s ‘our I spy woodland trail’. Pop to the Porter’s Lodge for more information.

Crabbing in Walberswick

1 hour and 25 minutes from The Ickworth
Enjoy Walberswick sandy beaches and catch a crab or two.  Take the foot ferry over to Southwold and wonder around the beautiful seaside town

Suffolk Wildlife Trust
20 minutes from The Ickworth
There are many activities and special events for adults and children to enjoy at Bradfield Woods and Lackford Lakes, the nearest reserves to The Ickworth

Junior park run, Bury St Edmunds
10 minutes from The Ickworth
Every Sunday a weekly free 2km timed run for juniors

Adult park run, Bury St Edmunds
10 minutes from The Ickworth
Every Sunday a weekly free 5km timed run for adults

Newmarket Races
25 minutes from The Ickworth
Newmarket is truly special, it is the town where horse racing, the "sport of kings", was born some three and a half centuries ago and from where it was exported around the world. Enjoy the history and the races

12th November
Farmer's Market, Bury St Edmunds
10 minutes from The Ickworth
The Market will be on the Traverse in the centre of town where you will find a fabulous line up of the region's very best local producers with freshly baked local bread, honey, homemade pies and savouries, delicious cakes and fudge and lots more. Everything that is sold at the market will be produced by the person who is selling and nothing will have travelled further than approximately 30 miles to be in Bury St Edmunds

25th to 26th November
Bury St Edmunds Christmas market
10 minutes from The Ickworth
The historic centre of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk will be transformed into the wonderful Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre with colourful stalls selling local produce and crafts as well as traders from around the UK and mainland Europe, with traditional fairground rides and on-stage entertainment