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    AfSM Newsletter, Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, Beowulf Festival, Carbon Charter, DDFAS, Deben Decorative & Fine Arts Society, Dragon, Eling Tide Mill, Events, Exhibition, Frazer Hale, Free Opening, Gingerbread Easter Trail 2016, Heritage Lottery Fund, Lecture, March 2018, Maritime Woodbridge, Mill restoration, National Mills Weekend, Nigel Barratt, Paddy Bishopp, Pop Up Restaurant, Press, Quiz Night, Robert Simper, Schools, Shuck Launch Party, Spring Cleaning Party, Summer Trail, The Cake Shop Woodbridge, The Moon over the Water, The River Deben, Tide Mill Flour, Tide Mill Guide, Tide Mill Newsletter, Tide Mill Warden, Vernon Blackmore, view from the bridge, Volunteers required, Woodbridge Events, Woodbridge Regatta, Woodbridge Riverside Trust, Woodbridge Shuck, Woodbridge Tide Mill, Young Arts project
     

    The latest Woodbridge Tide Mill Newsletter includes articles such as View from the Bridge, Tale of Mills, Our Volunteers and details of the Spring Cleaning Party.   Click the image below for the full copy.

    Beowulf Festival May 3-7 2018


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    Beowulf Festival is a community festival celebrating The Spirit of Beowulf in Woodbridge, Suffolk from May 3rd to 7th 2018 (Early Spring Bank Holiday)

    From the Tide Mill’s perspective we have a few insights as to what may be happening in and around the Tide Mill as we make our plans. There will be a large dragon as part of the weekend experience.  This will be made of plastic collected from the river Deben and surrounding area and is intended to highlight the problem of waste plastic.  It will probably have a mouth through which people can deposit plastic waste and may have smoke coming from its nostrils.

    It is possible that the dragon will be located for part of the weekend on the quay outside the Tide Mill.  There will be an archaeological display which will probably be under a canopy close to the Tide Mill with part of the display encouraging people to visit the Tide Mill as a working museum.

    Final plans have yet to be agreed but there could be a talk at the Tide Mill by a lecturer from Cambridge University on the history of farming locally.

    The finale of the weekend will be a light display extending from the Art Club across the Tide Mill to the river bank on the far side of the Deben!

    BEOWULF FESTIVAL