Below is the list of events organised by the Suffolk Cambridge society since 2012
25 September 2019: St. John's College Cambridge. A talk by Professor Deborah Howard, Fellow of St John’s College and University Professor of Architectural History, on ‘The Role of Water in Venetian Architecture’. The lecture discussed the particular challenges of building on the amphibious site of the Venetian lagoon. It considered the visual and commercial assets of the presence of water and the problems of fresh-water supply. After a buffet lunch in the Central Hall, a choice of either a guided tour of the College or the Fellows Garden.
6 June 2019: Whisky and Roses Event. A visit to the English Whisky Company in Roudham for a guided tour followed by lunch. In the afternoon a visit Peter Beales Roses at Attleborough for a guided tour and afternoon tea.
27 April 2019: West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village and Country Park. This is one of the country's great archaelogical sites. This visit started with a guided tour of the Saxon Village and recent archaeological discoveries. After a buffet lunch, an opportunity to visit the Museum and archaeology centre and walk around the extensive West Stow Country Park.
7 March 2019: The Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds Edmunds for a talk by retired judge and author, Malcolm Knott, on ‘A Life in Crime’. After the talk a guided tour of the newly refurbished Guildhall. Dating back to 1279, it is the oldest continuously-used civic building in Britain and has the only surviving World War Two Royal Observer Corps Control Centre.
11 October 2018: Bruisyard, near Saxmundham. A talk on 'The Cambridge Spies' by Edward Towne at a secret location in the depths of East Suffolk (Bruisyard Village Hall!). This afternoon event was followed by an afternoon cream tea of tea/coffee and soft drinks, freshly baked scones, jam and Cornish clotted cream.
5 July 2018: Snape Maltings. A visit to Snape Maltings and the world famous concert hall with a guided tour of the site. After the tour, a two course lunch was served in the concert hall restaurant which has extensive views over the Alde estuary.
2 June 2018: Ousden House, near Newmarket. A visit to Ousden House and talk by Anthony Foreman in Ousden Church. Lunch was in Ousden House followed by a guided tour of the magnificent gardens with the owners, Alastair and Lavinia Robinson.
19 April 2018: Thetford. A talk by Paul Stancliffe of the British Trust for Ornithology in the Bell Hotel followed by buffet lunch. After lunch, a choice of visit to the Thetford Museum or walk to Nunnery Lakes bird reserve.
27 September 2017: Cambridge: A visit to Queens' College for a talk by Professor Richard Rex on 'The Dissolution of the Monasteries' which will be followed a two course lunch. After lunch, a guided tour of the College.
10 June 2017: Worlington: Summer garden party at The Old Hall, Worlington, the home of Michael and Caroline Sullivan and talk on King Richard III by the Right Reverend Tim Stevens CBE who was Bishop of Leicester from 1999 to 2015.
18 May 2017: Ely Cathedral: Guided tour of the Cathedral followed by a two course lunch in the Almonry restaurant.
16 March 2017: Bury St Edmunds: Guided tour around the Greene King Brewery followed by a buffet lunch in the Beer Cafe. After lunch a guided tour of the historic Theatre Royal.
22 September 2016: Ufford Park Hotel and Sutton Hoo. Talk by Dr Sam Newton who also conducted a guided tour of the burial mounds. (Joint event woth the Oxford Society)
11 June 2016: Garden Party at Kingshall Farmhouse, Rougham. Talk by John Drewienkiewicz on the Battle of Hastings.
5 May 2016: Fludyers Arms Hotel and Landguard Fort. Talk on Landguard Fort by David Woods and guided tours around Landguard Fort by NT volunteers.
16 May 2016: Fitzwilliam Museum and the new Cambridge Sports Centre. Talk by Dan Changer of SDC on the design on the Sports Centre followed by a guided tour. Vist to the 'Death on the Nile' exhibition at the Fitzwilliam and talks by the exhibition curators. Lunch at Browns Restaurant.
30 September 2015: Clare College Cambridge. Talk by Dr John Guy on the 'Children of Henry VIII. Guided tour of the college gardens with the Head Gardener.
1 August 2015: Drinks party at Ixworth Abbey (joint event with the Oxford Society). Talk by the owner, Mr John Rowe and a tour of the house.
11 July 2015 : Denver Sluce complex. Presentation and guided tour of the complex by the site mamager, Mr Daniel Pollard. Lunch at the Jenyns Arms.
11 June 2015: Garden party at Wickhambrook and talk by Clive Paine in Wickhambrook church
30 April 2015: Guided tour of the National Stud at Newmarket.
20 March 2015: The Mill Hotel, Sudbury with a talk by Lord Andrew Phillips on the history of the town. Followed by a choice of a guided tour of the water meadows with the warden or a tour of Gainsborough's house with the curator.
26 September 2014: Christ's College, Cambridge with a talk by Dr Kelvin Bowkett and a tour of the college gardens
18 June 2014: Garden Party at Kingshall Farmshouse, Rougham. Talk by John Drewienkiewicz on 'the perils of touring battlefields'.
15 May 2014: Bentwaters Park. Guided tour by Graham Thorne of the anaerobc digester power plant. After lunch at The Froize Inn a choice of tour of Bentwaters Parks with the owner Mr Bill Kemball or a farm visit to Mortiers Farm with the Manager, Mr Richard Parry.
20 March 2014: Ufford Park with a talk by Mr Humphrey Burton on his career in the BBC
25 September 2013: Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Talk by Prof Tim Blanning and a tour of the college gardens with the Head Gardener.
28 June 2013: Guided tour of Orford Ness with Mr Paddy Heazell.
14 June 2013: Garden party at The Old Hall, Worlington with a talk by Mr Clive Paine in Worlington Church.
13 March 2013: Tuddenham with a talk by Group Captain Tony Alcock on 'Alcock and Brown'. Lunch at The Fountain,
17 June 2012: Tour of 'The Hidden Gardens of Bury St Edmunds'. Lunch at the Angel Hotel.
17 May 2012: A day by the sea at Southwold. Talk by Mr David Waller on the art of brewing. Lunch at The Swan Hotel.
6 March 2012: Ufford Park Hotel with a talk by Mr Paddy Heazell on Orford Ness.