Wool Towns Events

From street fairs to carnivals, art exhibitions to literary events, the Wool Towns host a fantastic array of events for all the family, every week of the year.

The Wool Towns region offers a wealth of refined experiences from fine art galleries, concerts, museums, country houses and cultural and rural events. John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, Sir Alfred Munnings and Cedric Morris all lived and worked within the area.  The Wool Towns sit between the historic market towns of Bury St Edmunds and Colchester, and on the East/West axis, between Haverhill and Ipswich.

The Suffolk Heritage coast is within an hour and a half’s drive.

Click on the links below to start discovering all what the Wool Towns has to offer.

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Kentwell Wool Weekend

Watch the wool journey from sheep to cloth!

The shearer will be hard at work in the stableyard, shearing our flock of Norfolk Horn sheep, while a small number of our Tudors will be working with wool at the barns.

The House and Gardens will be open and there will be extra fun for families with our Heffalump Hunt, Storybook Trail and childrens’ games area.

Date: Sat 3rd June – Sun 4th June
Time: 11am to 5pm (both days)
Location: Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9BA
Number: 01787 310 207
Tickets: BOOK HERE

Other regular events in the Wool Towns area

Lavenham Literary Festival
Month: November
Location: Lavenham, Suffolk
Website: www.lavenhamliteraryfestival.co.uk

Hadleigh Show
Month: May
Location: Hadleigh, Suffolk
Website: www.hadleighshow.co.uk

Clare Priory Craft Fair
Month: July
Location: Clare, Suffolk
Website: www.clarepriory.org.uk/CraftFair

Taste of Sudbury
Month: June
Location: Sudbury, Suffolk
Website: www.tasteofsudbury.co.uk

Leestock Festival, Long Melford
Month: May
Location: Long Melford, Suffolk
Website: www.leestock.org

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