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The Blythweb Calendar publicises events open to the public which are taking place in the general area of the Blyth Valley in north-east Suffolk and occasionally also in the wider area. These events include those held in support of local and UK charities, organisations, good causes etc., which we are pleased to freely publicise. The Blythweb Calendar also features other events of interest.

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Baby Bounce and Tot Rock, at Southwold Library

– 11:00 on Tuesday, 16th April 2024
Venue: Southwold Library, Hospital Hub, Field Stile Road,Southwold IP18 6LD link
Every Tuesday and Sunday. For babies and toddlers of all ages. Instruments, clapping, jogging and action rhymes.
Who to Contact: Southwold Library, by phone 01502 722519, or email southwold.library@suffolklibraries.co.uk
To know more about Southwold or for accommodation in the area go to https://www.exploresouthwold.co.uk

Talk : 'On Being A Hospital Patient Before The NHS'

on Tuesday, 16th April 2024
Organised by: Halesworth U3A (University of the Third Age)
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth IP19 8BY link
With Dr.Jane Pearson, who taught history at the University of Essex for many years, specialising in local history. Her talk is a study of nineteenth-century hospitals, in particular looking at why they were necessary, how they were viewed by patients, and how they affected the medical profession's development. The case studies will be taken from Essex and will focus on Colchester.
Ticket Details: Free to members/non-members £4 at door. All welcome.
To know more about Halesworth or for accommodation in the area go to https://www.halesworth.net

Talk : Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk : A Courtier in the Reign of Henry VIII

on Tuesday, 16th April 2024
Organised by: Southwold Museum and Historical Society
Venue: Stella Peskett Millennium Hall, Mights Rd, Southwold IP18 6BE link
One of the Southwold Museum and Historical Society's Winter Lectures, with Steve Gunn, Fellow and Tutor in History, Merton College and Professor of Early Modern History. charles Brandon was one of the most successful courtier's of Henry VIII's reign. This lecture will tell how that success was made, maintained and displayed.
Ticket Details: Admission : Members £5, Non-Members £8.
To know more about Southwold or for accommodation in the area go to https://www.exploresouthwold.co.uk