Helen Jones, general Manager of Grove Court in Woodbridge was interviewed today on BBC Radio Suffolk to talk about how she and her team are planning for this year’s Suffolk Day.
You can hear the interview here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0745rlq Scroll to 1:42 for Helen’s piece, in which she talks about the activities they have planned for this year’s event in the wonderful 12 acre garden at Grove Court.
As well as celebrity visits, Residents and their friends and family are invited to a giant outdoor picnic, with a hog roast and live music from a talented local group.
This year’s Suffolk Day will again take place on the longest day of the year – June 21. But with it falling on a Friday for the first time, organisers are encouraging people to spread their celebrations out over the weekend too.
It is hoped many organisations and attractions around the county will jump on board to take part in the event, which helps to shine the spotlight on all that is good about Suffolk.
It is backed by the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star, BBC Radio Suffolk, Suffolk Food Hall and Suffolk County Council
Helen and her team already have all the preparations well in hand and are also planning to take Residents to visit some of the other events that are running during the same period. Fingers crossed for good weather!