JUNE’S BUSTIN’ OUT ALL OVER
A TASTE OF THE ACTION IN A VERY BUSY MONTH
June 8 - 10 ALIVE & V-DUBBIN FESTIVAL,
Haughley Park, Haughley, IP14 3JY A weekend long party to celebrate the event’s 10th birthday. Family friendly festival.
June 8 - 10 HOMEGROWN MUSIC FESTIVAL, SUFFOLK
Academy, Church Road, Barrow, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 5AX A relaxed music festival supporting local musicians, talent, and businesses.
June 9 - 10, 2 – 6pm GRUNDISBURGH HIDDEN GARDENS
Grundisburgh Village, The Green, Grundisburgh, IP13 6TA Tickets last all weekend and include entry into an art exhibition held in the grounds of Grundisburgh House, featuring some exciting Suffolk artists. Plant sale courtesy of Katie’s Garden, teas and snacks .
June 9 KERSEY OPEN GARDENS
11am – 4pm, Kersey Village, IP76DP Over 15 gardens of all types, events, village architecture quiz, stalls, teas, . Parking and transport available starting at Kersey Mill.
June 10, 10am – 4pm THE TASTE OF SUDBURY
St Peter’s And Market Hill Sudbury, CO10 2EA, Free entry. A fantastic annual food festival celebrating and showcasing the best producers, restaurants, chefs and food industries in this part of Suffolk. Over 60 stalls, main stage with chefs and bakers, cooking demos, Fringe Tent with producers talking about a range of topics including beekeeping, chocolate sculpture and cutting down on waste. Dogs on leads are welcome on Market Hill.
June 17, 11am – 5pm BURY ST EDMUNDS HIDDEN GARDENS
Town centre, IP33 1UZ Around 30 gardens in the historic core of Bury St Edmunds. Teas, homemade cakes and refreshments available at many gardens, as well as plants for sale.
June 23, 7.30pm IPSWICH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Ipswich Corn Exchange, King Street, IP1 1DH A Celebration of British Music. Tickets ipswichcornexchange.com
June 30, 10am – 9:30 pm 4TH BURY FOLK FESTIVAL
Nowton Park Walled Garden, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 5BD Music, craft stalls, children’s activities, hot food and a bar with real ales. firstname.lastname@example.org
Taste of Sudbury Food and Drink Festival
The Bury St Edmunds Folk Festival at Nowton Park. On stage, Matt Kelly.