Clubs, Societies and Community Services in Southwold area.
The Southwold and Reydon Corps of Drums is a community-based military style marching band located in the beautiful seaside town of Southwold.
Over 40 members working in the main scales and gauges, including Ready to Run, Kit and Scratch built models, representing a variety of regions and periods. There are permanent continuous test tracks (around 100ft) in gauges 0 and 00. Guage 1 test track …
The Centre is open 7 days a week providing Daycare from 9.30am to 3.30pm for up to 24 people a day. It provides a range of services that include, care and support tailored to individual needs, time to listen to people and time to discuss any problems, pastoral care and patient participation and a link between home, community and the GP The Centre is very well equipped with aids for less able and dependent people.
Southwold Concert Series has internationally renowned musicians and exciting rising stars performing in Southwold.
Reydon and District Community Transport Limited (RDCT) is an association with limited liability registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts (No. 27340R) and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. It has tax-exempt charitable status (HMRC Ref. XR27258). It is a member of the Community Transport Association. RDCT acknowledges the support of Suffolk County Council. RDCT is a charitable association, run by volunteers, providing transport facilities to the local community for recreational, sporting and similar purposes.
The only museum in Great Britain dedicated entirely to tell the story and the history of amber.
All Hallows Nursing Home is a Registered Care Home with Nursing situated in Bungay, Suffolk. It is registered to provide 24 hour Nursing Care to 51 residents. We aim to care for residents who are physically dependent and many of whom will need full assistance with most activities of daily living. They will require Nursing Care from qualified staff with the experience, knowledge and skills to meet their needs. Each resident has their own single room some with en-suite facilities.
The Sailors’ Reading Room was built in order to provide somewhere for fishermen and mariners to go to other than the pubs.
In 1999, twelve Church of England parishes in this beautiful part of north-east Suffolk decided to work together as the Sole Bay Team Ministry. Our historic churches range from the large and splendid, as at Blythburgh and Southwold, to those that are smaller and more intimate, as at Sotherton, and South Cove (used in the film “Iris”). Some date back to the earliest years of Christianity in this land and others were built in medieval times; they each have special treasures of their own. At Blythburgh, Reydon and Uggeshall there are interesting examples of contemporary Christian art commissioned for the new Millennium.