The view to Southwold from the pier is enjoyable at any time of year. With September often being a very pretty month it's a good time to visit this area. Come and sniff the Suffolk air, whether by the sea or in the countryside. Relax while recharging those batteries. Come for just a few days, or a week, or more. See our websites on the left-hand side of the menu for country cottages, houses in towns and villages or for guest accommodation. The Blyth Valley Suffolk, from Laxfield to Southwold

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Halesworth Airfield War Memorials Halesworth Airfield War Memorials are three beautiful memorials which stand outside the Halesworth Airfield Museum in Upper Holton, in dedication to the American Servicemen who served there in the Second World War.

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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 are freely publicised here, as well as other events of interest. If you would like an event added email info to mail@blythweb.net

What's On — In September the Southwold Summer Theatre draws to a close, while The Cut in Halesworth continues with its live screenings of RSC and other performances. Tours continue at Southwold Lighthouse as do the Southwold Railway Vintage Bus Tours, plus there are led cycle rides and fetes and fairs to enjoy, not least the Henham Steam Rally. On 21st help is welcome with the RSPB Beach Clean or you could attend a reconstruction of an 1871 Harvest Tea at the delightful Walpole Old Chapel. Other September events include concerts, talks, a weekend-long Book Sale and even Bingo at Southwold Library!

Lots of other events to go to this month. See our Blythweb Calendar for more information - you can tick subject options to find just what interests you and also filter by area or organisation. Come and enjoy!


Some Favourite Websites For September 2014:

The Nook - Period cottage sleeping three in village close to Suffolk coast at Southwold

Sleeping three in two bedrooms and with parking for two cars this period cottage of character is newly available. Close to village pub. Dog welcome. Flexible booking dates. WiFi will be installed Autumn 2014.

Far View Holiday Homes, Southwold - Two high quality self-catering apartments in Southwold

Far View 1 and Far View 2 are conveniently located in Southwold and are aptly named as both have views to Southwold Common and beyond. Both apartments sleep two persons (plus 1) in very comfortable accommodation which is maintained to a high standard. Use of garden. WiFi. Welcome pack. Sorry, pets not accepted. Short breaks available.

Halesworth Arts Festival - October 11-26 2014

The Festival is now in its thirteenth year. Book at least three events and receive 15% discount. Why not build a short break in Halesworth or area around an event or two? Come and enjoy!

Valley Farm - Five star Bed and Breakfast plus two Four star self-catering cottages near Halesworth

Set in over two acres of grounds Valley Farm offers a choice of accommodation - comfortable Bed and Breakfast in two en-suite rooms within the farmhouse or two self-catering cottages with many eco-friendly features. The cottages both sleep up to four people + cot. WiFi. Private heated indoor swimming pool available. Strictly no pets accepted due to allergy problems.

Halesworth Cycle Routes - Cycling Around Halesworth, Guided Bike Rides and Info

National Cycle Route 1 passes through the centre of Halesworth, close by the train station. Even without this important cycling link Halesworth is an excellent starting point for coast and countryside cycling in this area of north-east Suffolk being surrounded by country lanes and just ten miles from Southwold and the Suffolk coast. Lots of information on this website, including Guided Bike Rides.

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