Community engagement meetings

Community meetings have been arranged to update the community on the Estuary Plan following the flood risk assessment report by HR Wallingford which has confirmed that the wall height of 3.3m looks to be achievable throughout the estuary.   Please try to come to one of these drop-in sessions: Aldeburgh Church Hall: 13th March 2-7pm Snape Village […]

Art and Creative Writing Competition

October 2017 Pupils from Orford, Snape and Aldeburgh entered an art and writing competition judged by Maggi Hambling and Anthony Horowitz, expressing what the Alde and Ore Estuary means to them.  When the Save Our Suffolk Estuary fundraising campaign was launched in October, the childrens’ work was displayed at each of the three launch events […]

Cheers to our fantastic Pub Quizzers

INTER ESTUARY PUB QUIZ A MAJOR SUCCESS OVER £42,500 RAISED THANKS TO MATCH FUNDING GENEROSITY Thanks to an extraordinary juggling act of volunteers, pub landlords and celebrity Quiz Masters, 13 pubs competed in parallel pub quizzes on Thursday evening with over 600 people pitting their wits with Suffolk’s Biggest Pub Quiz.    The event was […]

Enabling Development Public Forum

ALDE AND ORE ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP ENABLING DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC FORUM Following a series of meetings with Parish Councils, we have a clearer picture of the issues that are worrying residents.   We are holding an open forum on Friday 10th November at Tunstall Village Hall at 4pm to be chaired by The Right Hon. Lord Deben.   There […]

Fundraising Launch Dates

Our main launch of the fundraising campaign starts in October and we hope everyone will manage to come to one of the film shows and receptions we have arranged. 14th October – Orford Town Hall at 6pm Reception and Premiere of the Save our Suffolk Estuary film presented by Nick Robinson. Libby Purves will chair […]

Aldeburgh Carnival

Stupendous effort from everyone on the Alde and Ore Estuary Trust float – many many thanks for all the time, wit and artistic creations!  Well done all.  And thanks also go to the Aldeburgh Bookshop who hosted our stand in the window with our 6 minute trailer of Nick Robinson presenting our Estuary Film.