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Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Wildlife themed events for December 2023

Wildlife and Music come together this December with Suffolk Wildlife Trust Woodbridge Wildlife Group’s events planned in Martlesham Heath and Woodbridge.

On Sunday 10 December at St Michael’s Church, The Drift, Martlesham Heath, IP5 3PL starting at 4.30 pm, the Community Light Orchestra Strings will be joined by the Note Bene Chamber Choir to perform an afternoon of beautiful music.

Phil Smith, Chairman of Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Woodbridge Wildlife Group said “With performances including music by Mozart, Herbert Howells and Howard Blake, this should be a lovely afternoon and we really hope people will come along to support it. Admission is free but the retiring collection will be donated to Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s new Martlesham Wilds reserve.”

Later in the month there is a chance to journey up to the Arctic Svalbard and learn about the birds, wild flowers and mammals that can be found there when Chris Parfitt presents an illustrated talk entitled “Realm of the Polar Bear” at Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road, IP12 4AU on Thursday 21 December starting at 7.30 pm.

Phil Smith added “Chris has some wonderful images taken during a cruise around the Arctic Svalbard. During this trip he hoped to see and photograph polar bears, but did he manage to do so? Come along to the talk and find out."

Admission to the talk is £3 for adults with under 25’s free. Light refreshments will be served and there will be a raffle and last opportunity to buy Suffolk Wildlife Trust Christmas Cards. There is no need to book for this talk.

For further information on either event, please email or telephone 01473 625630.


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