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To advertise your business on these pages please contact Nikki Horton, Operations Administrator, on 01728 687161 or email nhorton@aldeburgh.co.uk.

Snape Maltings is a unique collection of home and kitchenware shops, galleries, a book shop, Samphire clothing & accessories, Little Rascals childrens’ shop, food hall, tea shop, café and public house, which fill the Victorian Malthouses. Enjoy the monthly farmers markets, river trips and RSPB guided walks along the Alde Estuary. Open daily from 10am. Free car parking. Tel: 01728 688303,  website

Aldeburgh Music Club, Enjoy singing? Come and join us on Tuesdays from 7.30pm at Aldeburgh Community Centre. No audition required.  Next concerts Saturday 21 March 2015 at 7.30pm Haydn Nelson Mass and Faure Requiem at Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Saturday 23 May 2015 at 7.30pm Rossine Petite Messe Solennelle at Orford Church. Tel: 01728 602217   website

The Gainsborough String Quartet can add something special to your wedding or party. Tel: 07768 986014   email

Thorpeness Emporium Antiques and Collectables over 30 dealers.  Yards from the sea and Meare. Cafe. Tel: 01728 454639 website

Good Neighbours Scheme. There are more than 20 volunteer-run schemes in Suffolk who assist people with errands, shopping, befriending and transport. In the Aldeburgh area call Agnes on 07773 031064 or Aldringham-cum-Thorpe 07521 047843. For more information about setting up a scheme: Tel: 01473 345300, email

Antique & Collectors Centre, Snape Maltings, 10am–5pm daily. 40 dealers offering an eclectic range for all pockets & interests. Tel: 01728 688038

Caramel, 140 High Street Aldeburgh. Collections chosen from designers who appreciate women and their individuality. Kello, Yacco Maricard & more. Tel: 01728 452141

Lady Florence River Cruise Restaurant. Cruises from Orford, morning brunch, a la carte lunch and dinner. Colour leaflet. Tel: 07831 698298,  email, website

Lettering Arts Centre, Snape Maltings Showcasing the best British and International lettering design and craftsmanship.  Gallery with changing programme of exhibitions and Shop featuring contemporary objects and advice on commissioning new work from over 70 leading lettering artists. Tel: 01728 688393  website

Long Shop Museum,  Leiston. Open 29 March to 1 November. Discover industrial Britain in rural Suffolk among the atmospheric Victorian factory buildings and magnificent machines built by Garretts of Leiston. Tel: 01728 832189 email  website

O&C Butcher Ladieswear, Menswear, Footwear. 129-131 High St. Aldeburgh. Wide range of quality town and country clothing available in store or online. Tel: 01728 452229,  website

The Red House Golf Lane, Aldeburgh Suffolk.  Discover Britten at the place where he lived and worked: The Red House.  Visit his studio, browse our engaging exhibition on the man and his music. Spring opening times Tuesday - Friday 2-5pm.  For details of house tours and other eventsTel: 01728 451700   website

 

The Southwold Concert Series offers creative and bold programmes, combining the traditional with more progressive repetoire, and young artists feature prominently. Concerts are in St. Edmunds Church, a 15th-century building in Southwold. Tickets £12. Tel: 01502 726161, email

Aldeburgh Music will be helping to co-ordinate audience car sharing. If you would like to be put in touch with other audience members from your area please contact us. Tel: 01728 687100

 


Snape and Aldeburgh

‘Snape Maltings is one of those rare artistic places where the buildings, the people who visit and work there, the magical setting, come together and enable you to do something out of the ordinary.’ – Alfred Brendel

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'A unique selling point about Aldeburgh is that it is a wonderful place to be, no matter if the weather is fair or foul. If the sun is shining, the wide sea vista gleams with a brilliance few places can rival. If the east coast does its worst, the scudding black clouds and biting winds conjure a Peter Grimes atmosphere that is what this town, forever associated with Benjamin Britten, is all about.'
– Richard Fairman, Financial Times, June 2008

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