Clubs & Societies

Aldeburgh & District Local History Society
Cob House | Saxmundham Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5PD
Tel: 01728 452611

Aldeburgh & Thorpeness Rugby Football Club
The Jimmy Robinson Pavillion | Kings Field | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5HY
Tel: 01728 452611

Aldeburgh Bowls Club
Park Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5EL
Tel: 01728 688574

Aldeburgh Business Association
16 Wentworth Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5BB
Tel: 01728 454595

Aldeburgh Golf Club founded in 1884
Saxmundham Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5PE
Tel: 01728 452890

Aldeburgh Music Club founded by Benjamin Britten in 1952
Rehearsals are usually held in the Aldeburgh Community Centre, but some are at Alde Valley High School in Leiston
Tel: 01728 602217

Aldeburgh Phoenix Club (formerly the Festival Club)
Meetings are normmally held at Thorpeness Country Club
Tel: 01728 602217

Aldeburgh WI (Women’s Institute) founded in 1921
Meetings are normally held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Aldeburgh Church Hall, starting at 2.30pm.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.

Aldeburgh Yacht Club
Slaughden Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5NA
Tel: 01728 452562

George Crabbe Lodge No 2086 Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, Grand Lodge of England Ltd
Meets at the Community Centre Kings Field Aldeburgh
1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.
Contact Charles Walker Tel: 452914

The Aldeburgh Society
Cob House | Saxmundham Road | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5PD
Tel: 01728 452611

1928: Aldeburgh Flower Show

Those in the Framlingham district who are hoping to spend the day at this popular little resort on Monday should make a special point of visiting the Flower Show to be held on the “Mayor’s Field.” Bills in circulation in Framlingham and the district give full details of the day’s programme, which is most comprehensive, embracing as it does, in addition to some 80 classes of garden produce, an exhibition of handicrafts, etc., by Women’s Institute, 25 sports events, a baby show and numerous side shows. The Aldeburgh Town Band and Walsh’s well-known dance band will be in attendance, and no effort will be spared by the organisers to give visitors a real good time.

Framlingham Weekly News, 4 August 1928