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    Fresh Explorer Scouts

    Whilst Fresh Explorers is a district group and accepts Scouts or Guides from the area including Debenham and Leiston we are closely linked to 1stFramlingham Scouts and Guides and meet at their HQ on Badingham Road. Those who have never been Scouts or Guides are also welcome to join. Explorers Read more [...]

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    1st Framlingham Scouts

    1st Framlingham Scout Troop has a membership of approximately 30 boys and girls, whose ages range from 10½ to 14½ years, where the aim is to build and develop young people’s confidence, sense of adventure and outdoor skills by working as part of a team. The troop is part of Read more [...]

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    Framlingham Library

    The Library is housed in the Old Courthouse in Bridge Street Framlingham. The opening hours are Mon 10 – 12noon; Tues, Thurs & Friday 9.30am – 5.30pm. Closed Wednesday; open Saturday 9.30am – 5pm and Sunday 11am – 4pm. Free WiFi, free access to computers, newspapers as well as borrowing Read more [...]

  • Timebubble Toys

    Paul will be joining our Saturday Market on the second Saturday in November. He is bringing something different to our market with his range of wooden toys, games and gifts in construction kit form with assembly required of varying skill levels, based on a historical theme. All his Toys are Read more [...]

  • Deben Interiors

    David has a range of vintage and architectural/refurbished salvage furniture for the home and garden. He cam be found occasionally on our Saturday market.

  • Bulldog Vintage

    Christopher has an impressive range of bespoke vintage and up-cycled lighting. He can be found on our Saturday market and definitly is worth a look.

  • Love A Taste

    James can be found occasionally on our Saturday market selling his Wine Taster Boxes with a selection of red and white wines.

  • Adam Barker

    Adam sells beautiful wildlife calendars, framed and unframed prints and canvasses of wildlife in it’s natural surroundings. Can be found occasionally on our Saturday Market.

  • Hillside Workshops

    John can be found on the Saturday Market with his small items of re-cycled hand-painted furniture, tables, stools, chairs, plant stands etc.

  • St John Ambulance

    Framlingham St John is based at the Westbury Centre, Fairfield Road, Framlingham and meet on the following evenings:- Mondays – Adults and Wednesdays 7 – 10 year old Badgers during term time. Fellowship, open to all meet every 3rd Thursday afternoon of the month.  Plus first aid courses during the Read more [...]

  • New Street Annexe

    New Street Annexe is situated on the edge of Framlingham, ideally positioned to give you easy access to the town, but down a quiet country lane away from the main roads. We have countryside views both to the front and back of the property with free parking on our large Read more [...]

  • Church Farm Kettleburgh

    Church Farm is a beautiful 450-year-old oak beamed Suffolk farmhouse, set in the heart of Suffolk. The house has delightful views across the Deben Valley and across the pond to the village church. Framlingham, with its famous medieval castle is just 10 minutes away. The rose filled patio overlooks the Read more [...]

  • Keepsake Cottage

    Newly renovated two bedroom traditional Victorian terraced house in the beautiful little town of Framlingham in Suffolk, England. Tucked up a quiet street, you’re just a 5 minute walk to Framlingham’s market square (markets on Saturdays and Tuesdays), the famous English Heritage Castle and lots of lovely pubs, independent shops, Read more [...]

  • Fram Residents Association

    Established in October 2014 in order ‘To Protect Fram’s Heritage and Promote Fram’s Future’. Representing residents in Framlingham and neighbouring wards it is non-political and run by elected, unpaid volunteers. Visit the website, facebook page and twitter for more information.

  • Framlingham WI

    Framlingham WI meets monthly, generally on the 3rd Thursday at the United Free Church Hall, and occasionally at The Westbury Centre in Fairfield Road. Additional activity groups include books, craft, cycling, poetry, scrabble, a supper club and walking. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Visit the website for details Read more [...]

  • Framlingham & District Angling Club

    Founded in 1964 providing excellent and environmentally sympathetic angling for members of all age groups at 6 local still waters and one stretch of river.. Club waters are situated at Parham, Wickham Market, Campsea Ashe and Charsfield and contain a good variety of specimen fish. Full time members only – Read more [...]

  • The Pop Chorus

    The Pop Chorus was founded in Framlingham in 2012 by Yula Andrews, a trained singer with over 25 years performing experience who has been leading choirs for over 15 years. Open to over 18s, no experience needed, no audition, no need to read music. Rehearsals are held every Thursday at Read more [...]

  • Framlingham History Society

    Or to give it its full name ‘Framlingham & District Local History & Preservation Society’ formally established in 1956. The Society holds monthly lectures at the United Free Church Hall from October to April with a variety of guest speakers. It also publishes a magazine ‘Fram’, which is sent to Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Castle Bowls Club

    A friendly welcome awaits you at one of the oldest greens in the country within the shadow of Framlingham Castle. Members, male and female, are welcome whether they are interested in competitive bowling, or just friendly roll-ups; newcomers or experienced bowlers. Facilities include a good sized clubhouse, well stocked bar, Read more [...]