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Useful Local Clubs and Groups Websites for Halesworth

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University Of The Third Age - Halesworth Group U3A groups around the United Kingdom are members of the Third Age Trust, encouraging learning for enjoyment and offering friendship among those no longer in full time gainful employment. [ website ] Halesworth Camera Club Enthusiastic group for the area who meet regularly and hold exhibitions of their photographs. [ website ] Wrentham Band Wrentham Band is Britain's most easterly brass band, formed in 1919. The Band is made up of all age groups and actively welcomes new players of any ability. Can be seen and heard around the area at many different venues and are also a well respected concert band. Rehearsals take place at 7:30pm on Mondays evenings at Kessingland Working Mens Club, Kessingland. [ website ] Halesworth District Rainbows, Brownies And Guides See the website to find out about local groups and what they offer. [ website ] Halesworth Cycling Group Based in the north Suffolk market town of Halesworth, which is on National Cycle Route 1. This friendly Cycling Group arrange local guided cycle rides. See website for details. [ website ] Blythburgh Singers This local mixed voice choir sings regularly at Holy Trinity Church in Blythburgh, in addition to other venues. Also available for private events. [ website ] Suffolk Beekeepers Association The Suffolk Beekeepers Association aims to promote the craft of beekeeping. The Association is a thriving community of over 200 beekeepers, with local branches throughout Suffolk including Leiston and Waveney. [ website ] Halesworth To Southwold Narrow Gauge Railway Society Enthusiasts working to enhance the remaining artefacts of this railway at Halesworth and along the route, with the long-term goal of re-instatement. The railway operated 1879-1929, with stations at Wenhaston, Blythburgh and Walberswick. See website for lots of information and membership details. [ website ] Blyth Estuary Group Following the September 2005 publication of the Environment Agency's (EA) Blyth Estuary Strategy Preferred Options, local people became deeply concerned that the proposed Managed Realignment of the southern river banks would have a serious effect on the future of Southwold Harbour and the safety of navigation within it. See the website where you can learn more, view impressive photographs, sign up to receive further information and donate to this cause. [ website ] Circle 67 Players Established in 1967, this amateur dramatic society perform in local venues. [ website ] Southwold Railway Trust Long-established group working to raise the profile of the 1879-1929 railway with the long-term goal of re-instatement. Their Steamworks site, open to the public on selected dates, is an ongoing project to share this enthusiasm. The railway operated between Halesworth and Southwold, with intermediate stations at Wenhaston, Blythburgh and Walberswick. See website for lots of information and membership details. [ website ]

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