Local links and information
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Bill Ungless art works. Interpretations of Walberswick in charcoal, acrylic, ink or pastel.
Walberswick residents and their guests only (no charge):
Norwich bus - every third Thursday in the month. Picks up at 9.15am from the Church bus stop, the Tuck Shop and the Village Hall bus stop. Leaves Norwich at 1.45pm. To book please see Village News
Halesworth bus - every 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Leaves 10am picking up from Anchor, Tuck Shop and Church. Leaves Halesworth 11.45am
Lowestoft bus - every first Wednesday in the month. Leaves 10am picking up from usual places. Returns to Walberswick by 1pm.
CATS moving the community: Phone 0845 604 1802. Connects to rail stations at Saxmundham and Darsham. Service operates throughout area north of Leiston to Saxmundham, Kelsale, Blythburgh & Walberswick including villages around Theberton, Middleton, kWestleton, Eastbridge, etc.
To enquire about the Walberswick campsite, or to book a pitch, click here to email, or phone 01502 359550 The site is open 21 July to 3 September 2017 and is now run by Haw Wood Farm Caravans and Camping.
Sung Parish Eucharist CW:
Parish Eucharist Sundays at 1100
2nd Sunday Choral Evensong at 1800 (1600 during Lent)
Holy Communion every Wednesday at 1000 (said) 1st Wednesdays Healing Service
Evening Prayer every Tuesday at 1700 (said)
Community oil buying scheme Click here to join Community Action Suffolk
Denis King Music Have you ever wondered what happened to the King Brothers?
Doctor's surgery. Sole Bay Health Centre, Teal Close, Reydon, (near The Randolph Hotel) The Wednesday clinic in the Village Hall no longer takes place.
East Anglia's churches A history and description of every church in Suffolk and Norfolk.
Ferry times. 28 May - 2 October 2016 Weekdays = 10am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 5pm. Weekends = 10am to 5pm. 8 to 30 October, Weekends and bank holidays only = 10am to 5pm. The ferry does not operate during the winter months. Opening Easter 2017.
Frank Jennings Arts and Crafts architect. Lavenham to Walberswick and more.
Helen Riches Garden Design and Writing portfolio, Courses and Talks
JDoman Turner. To read more about the artist who painted the Walberswick Scroll.
Post Office Counter: The Post Office counter is open Tuesday afternoons (1pm to 3pm) and Thursday mornings (10am to 12noon) in the Village Hall Annex.Refuse collections are early Monday mornings. Recycling and household are alternate weeks. Click here for calendar.Click here for what you can and cannot put in your recycling bin.
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Roy Strutt, Walberswick photographer
Sara Solnick teaching Alexander technique in Walberswick
Sarah Webster pin-hole photography and paintings
East Suffolk District Council (Suffolk Coastal and Waveney combined)
Tide tables and weather forecast for Southwold and other coastal waters
Trains Nearest railway station Darsham
Where to stay in and around Walberswick.
Places to visit
|The Cut, Arts Centre||Wenhaston Doom||Halesworth Museum|
|Helmingham Hall||Somerleyton Hall and Gardens||Sutton Hoo|
|Gardens||Africa Alive||Museum of East Anglian Life|
|Latitude Festival||High Tide Festival||Aldeburgh Music (Snape Maltings)
|Southwold Museum||East Anglia Transport Museum||Norfolk Museums|
|Leiston Longshop Museum||The Alfred Corey lifeboat||Southwold Theatre|
|Minsmere RSPB||Dunwich Museum||Leiston Abbey|
|Landguard Fort||Horse riding||Orford Ness|
|Southwold Lighthouse||Southwold Pier||Sailors' Reading Room|
|Camels||Alain de Botton's Living architecture||Suffolk churches|
|Norfolk churches||Halesworth Arts Festival||Suffolk Owl Sanctuary|
|Easton Farm Park||Anglia Go Karting||Mid-Suffolk Llight Railway|
|Southwold Arts Festival||Marina Theatre, Lowestoft||INK Festival, Halesworth|
|The Broads||Lowestoft Maritime Museum||Lowestoft Museum|
|Woodbridge Tide Mill||Suffolk Punch Trust||Bungay Castle|
|Suffolk towns and villages||Suffolk Museums||Suffolk historic buildings|
|Golf and other activities||Framlingham Castle||Orford Castle|