All Clubs and Groups

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Framlingham Badminton Club

    Club nights are on Mondays 8 – 10pm at the Sports Centre, Saxtead Road on the Thomas Mills High School site. Guests of all playing abilities welcome with the first session being free.

  • Framlingham Art Society

    Framlingham Art Society welcomes anyone, whether an experienced artist, a beginner or simply have an interest in artistic pursuits. Activities include monthly talks with guest artists, fortnightly painting sessions during the winter, spring and autumn and painting-out days during the summer. An annual exhibition is held during August. The annual Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Horticultural Society

    The programme for the year includes monthly talks during the winter with guest speakers, 3 shows in the spring, summer and autumn, an annual plant sale, all at the United Free Church, and club seed purchase at bargain prices along with outings and an annual social evening in November. Programme Read more [...]

  • Greener Fram

    Fram’s award winning organisation working towards a more positive, sustainable future. Greener Fram runs a monthly Swap & Mend at the Unitarian Meeting House to save stuff going into landfill which someone will find useful. It also runs a community garden, a Food Share Shed in the Library car park, Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Bridge Club

    Meets twice weekly at the Conservative Club. Mondays 7pm start for duplicate bridge. Wednesdays 2 – 5pm for social duplicate bridge for everyone including improvers and those a little rusty.  All bridge players very welcome – neither partner nor duplicate bridge experience needed.

  • Framlingham Flower Club

    Meeting every 4th Tuesday at 2.30pm at the Badingham Road Sports Club. Yearly membership costs £30 – you can come along as a visitor @ £4 three times after which you will be invited to join. The programme of monthly meetings includes different arrangers demonstrating about 6 arrangements, which are Read more [...]

  • Film@Fram

    Framlingham Film Club shows films every month at the Conservative Club on the first Wednesday. Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm curtain up. Membership is £5 a year with £4 entry per film. Guests and visitors are allowed @ £6 entry. Registration forms are available on film nights. Pick up a Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Town Football Club

    Senior Section : the 1st team known as ‘The Castlemen’ play in the 1st Division of the Thurlow Nunn League on Saturday afternoons at 3pm and Tuesday evenings at The Sports Club. Training on floodlit pitch used by the 20 teams which make up the Club.

  • Framlingham Croquet Club

    During the summer croquet is played Wednesday and Saturday afternoons on 3 closely-mown lawns at the Badingham Road Sports Club, which can accommodate 12 – 16 players at any one time. All equipment is provided, no special clothing needed but flat shoes must be worn. Under 18’s must be accompanied Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Hockey Club

    The Club is affiliated with Framlingham Sports Club but all home matches and weekly training take place on Framlingham College’s 2 astro turf hockey pitches. Training on Wednesdays and matches on Saturdays for ages 9 years and upwards and all abilities. There is currently 2 ladies’ teams, 1 junior girls Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Cycle Club

    Members meet up every Tuesday at the Badingham Road Sports Club for an evening ride. There is a choice of routes for leisure cyclists and longer for the more experienced. The Club is affiliated with British Cycling. Visit the website to download application forms for both adults and juniors.

  • Framlingham Bowmen Archery Club

    Open to adults and juniors over the age of 10. The Club range at the Badingham Road Sports Club enables distances up to 100 yards to be shot. There is club shooting during the week and the Framlingham Bowmen enter open competitions.  During the summer classes for beginners are available.