All Clubs and Groups

  • 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.

  • Framlingham Flyers Running Club

    A friendly club, based at the Badingham Road Sports club, meeting through the week. All levels of ability welcome for training sessions and coaching is available. There is the opportunity to represent the Club in various competitions. The Club stages the annual 10k road race.

  • Framlingham Camera Club

    A friendly club welcoming photographers of all ages and abilities which meets monthly at Brandeston Village Hall. Activities includes competitions, talks, exhibitions and visits to other clubs and events.

  • Framlingham Amateur Dramatic Society

    FADS was founded in 1878 and has put on one or two productions every year since, apart from the war years. It rehearses at the FAYAP Youth & Arts Centre behind Thomas Mills High School in Saxtead Road and stages its plays in Framlingham College Theatre. FADS always welcomes new Read more [...]

  • Framlingham Tennis Club

    Open to all levels of play, junior and senior sections. Social play and Club Teams. Facilities at the Sports Club in Badingham Road include 3 all-weather floodlit courts, a pavilion and covered racks for bicycles. Affiliated to Fram Sports Club and the LTA.. Visit the website to download a membership Read more [...]

  • Girlguiding in Framlingham

    Information on Guiding groups in Framlingham Rainbows – 1st Framlingham For girls aged 5 to 7 years. Being a Rainbow is all about having the space to try new things and have fun. Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts, and play Read more [...]