There are four historic foot ferries in the AONB connecting communities along the beautiful rivers and estuaries Bawdsey Ferry Butley Ferry Harwich Ferry Walberswick Ferry View and download the guide to explore schedules, prices & more
Butley Ferry receives The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service Butley Ferry, operated by a group of volunteers based in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, have been honoured with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the … Read More
The application for a Development Consent Order to build Sizewell C has entered the examination phase. This process is led by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS). The full planning application can be viewed on the PINS website. If you require USB … Read More
The latest Sizewell C project newsletter can be read here.
A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency. Flood Alert in force: The Suffolk coast from Lowestoft to Bawdsey. Flooding is possible for: The Suffolk coast from Lowestoft to Bawdsey, including the Blyth and Alde and Ore estuaries. … Read More
There will be keen interest in Natural England’s proposed route for the Bawdsey to Aldeburgh section of the England Coastal Path which has now been released for public comment until 31 March 2021. Click here for details of the proposed … Read More
Any of you walking along the beach over the next few days should be aware of this important Press Release from Eastern IFCA.
Screen Suffolk shared an account of the filming that took place on The Butley Ferry. The scenes on the boat are so important in bringing Suffolk to life on screen. To read more click here. Photo credit: Screen Suffolk
The Association has raised its concerns for the integrity of our Suffolk fragile coast and the impact on the Alde and Ore area. The Association gave evidence at Issue Specific Hearing 4 on the potential impacts of the Scottish Power … Read More
Would you like to help with redshank Surveys in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which includes the Alde and Ore Estuary)? The redshank was selected as the flagship species to represent the Coast and Heaths AONB by various environmental … Read More