Local Events near Haw Wood
There are plenty of events to suit everyone happening in and around Haw Wood Farm.
We have selected some of our favorites so that you can enjoy them too!
Look out for our special offers in conjunction with certain regular events...
This event has passed for this year but will be back in 2018!
July 13th to 16th 2017
Once again Henham Park will be hosting this popular Music and Arts festival which will has one of the best line ups of the year! Including Comedy, Theatre , Dance, Children's activities and of course Music.
Latitude Festival is just a few miles from Haw Wood Farm Caravan Park which makes us an ideal site for camping and enjoying day visits to this fantastic festival. Haw Wood Farm will be a buzz with festival goers enjoying a relaxing evening around the camp fire and making use of our superb facilities! more info..
August 18th, 19th and 20th. Glemham Hall
With an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional music where instrument, song, dance, poetry, art & heritage craft skills and knowledge are shared and collaborations born.
This event has passed but will be back in 2018!
June 10th to 26th 2017.
For 17 days each June the world’s leading musicians converge on the Suffolk coast for the Aldeburgh Festival.
The first Saturday of every month Snape Maltings plays host to an array of local farmers and producers selling direct to you. This successful monthly market features the very best of locally produced food and drink. Try a taste of the freshest, seasonal fruit, salads and vegetables that Suffolk has to offer. more info..
RSPB Minsmere is just a few miles from Haw Wood Farm and all through the summer they hold a variety of events from pond dipping to dissecting owl pellets.
Check on their website for what will be going on during your stay.
These include the Quilters Group, Westleton Barrel Fair, Village archives, and some of the other bodies that are active locally.
The Westleton Gardeners offer a very wide range of garden plants for sale at their display stand in the Village Hall at very reasonable prices.
Wonderful home-made refreshments will be on sale throughout each day in the Village Hall. The GRAND DRAW will take place at 4 p.m. on the Monday, with £100 first prize and many, many others!
Entry is free, but donations (split between the Church and Village Hall) are most welcome.
St Peters Church and the Village Hall, Westleton. Suffolk IP17 3AA
Saturday 29th July 2017
Every year the fabulous sight of hundreds of ducks floating down the river is worth a look!
With plenty of other entertainment throughout the day in the market down of Beccles this should be a fun day out less than 30 minutes drive from Haw Wood Farm.
Southwold’s favourite; Circus Hassani returns by popular demand for its third consecutive summer season to this beautiful quintessential English seaside town.
We are bringing with us a brand new programme of talented artistes from around the world including Kimi on the Tight Wire & Trapeze. Salvatore with his heart stopping Ariel Chains. Romany May with her Foot Juggling. Rope Spinning by Miss Alicia. The high speed Roller Skating of Duo Peris and not forgetting hilarious comedy from Clown Sidney.
All brought together under our Red & Yellow Big Top. Beautiful lighting, fantastic music & fabulous costumes, along with the aroma of fresh popcorn and candy floss all make Circus Hassani a must see show for the whole family.
26th July to 31st August
Monday - Thursday 2PM & 5.30PM.
Saturday & Sunday 2PM.
Friday 29th July & 26th August 6.30PM.
NO SHOWS JULY 30TH & AUGUST 5TH, 12TH & 19TH.
£12 Full, £10 Concessions**. £38 Family [Min 2A+2C/1A+3C] additional tickets £9.50. Special Offer with Voucher (code required) found in local shops etc; All Tickets £8, Voucher must be presented upon arrival.
** Concessions; U16s, OAP, Disabled/Disabled Carer, Armed Forces, Police, Fire Brigade & NHS Staff. Under 2s are free U16s must be accompanied by an adult. There are only two wheelchair spaces per performance.
Aldeburgh Carnival 2017.
Aldeburgh Carnival provides something for everybody from dressing up in whacky costumes, through sports competitions for swimmers and mini-marathon runners to shopping at the Carnival Village stalls and of course, the very special appeal of the children’s Chinese lantern procession on the way to the fireworks.