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Hoxne & District Cycling Club

The HDCC are a road cycling club based in Hoxne, Suffolk. They ride, for pleasure and to keep fit, most weekends from March to October. Other times it is more sporadic depending on the weather. The club was formed in 2004, after a charity ride (organised to raise funds for the local playgroup) from London to Hoxne. For further details visit their website.


Village Voices - Hoxne & District Community Choir

The community choir has around 40 singers from 17 villages and meet every Monday evening at 7.30pm. Summer Venue: St Peter and St Paul Church, Green Street, Hoxne Winter Venue: St Edmund’s Village Hall, Goldbrook, Hoxne. For further details please contact Jenny Knight. Everyone welcome.

Hoxne Garden Club

Hoxne Garden and Social Club

The Hoxne Garden and Social Club meet every month in the Village Hall. There is an annual programme of illustrated lectures normally on gardening but also other aspects of East Anglian life and history. During the summer a garden party is organised and hosted by members, as well as a Christmas Supper. One of the highlights of the year is the light hearted annual Produce Show, where members can display their prize flowers, fruit, vegetables and food. New members are always welcome. Contact the Chairman, Sue Flagg on 01379 668258 sue.flagg@hotmail.co.uk or the Secretary, Jackie Insull 01379 669380 tinsull23@btinternet.com


Hoxne Phoenix Group

Meetings are held monthly, every second Tuesday of the month in St Edmund’s Village Hall. Visitors are very welcome and are asked to make a small contribution to attend. Please contact the President Mrs Vivienne Bradford on 01379 668551 or Secretary Pat Green.


Hoxne Bowls Club

Bowls Club

The Bowls Club is a small friendly club, with a playing membership of around 20. They compete in two local leagues, which they have won on many occasions. They have a bar for your liquid refreshment and are always looking for new members. The membership fee is £12.00. If you would like to join, please contact Carol Bond, Chairperson, on 01379 668131 or Maurice Hurry, Club Captain, on 01379 668712.



RoughCast Theatre Company

Formed five years ago, the RoughCast theatre company was formed to present “challenging” plays in the Waveney Valley area and beyond. The main focus is always drama, with minimal use of props or furniture being used in their plays. For further details and information about the Company, contact Chairman David Green on 01379 855101 or www.roughcast.co.uk

Red Feather Club

The Red Feather Club (95th Bomb Group Heritage Association)

The Red Feather Club, Horham, Suffolk (IP21 5DG), is four miles south-east of Eye off the B1117. The Red Feather Club offers a unique experience in a 1940s WW2 NCOs’ social club, visitors say it is like “going back in time”. The museum – run by the 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association – is the official UK museum of the 95th Bomb Group. It houses only 95th Bomb Group items such as uniforms, photographs and memorabilia. Open days are held on the last Sunday of every month during the summer (May to October inclusive 10am-4pm). An Open Day is held in mid May when US Veterans and their families attend usually with a WW2 fly past, stall holders and WW2 military vehicles. It is also home to the 1285th Military Police Company re-enactors who have rebuilt a guard room alongside the renovated Red Feather Club and Blue Lounge.  During the year there are 1940s dances, film shows, talks and the museum is open for educational visits from schools and groups such as the WI.

Contact: James Mutton of the 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association
Website: www.95thbg-horham.com/
Email: jamesmutton@suffolkonline.net
Phone: 01728 860930 Mobile: 07932 107622


Hoxne AFC

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Pavilion and Playing Field

The Playing Field and the Pavilion are owned by the community. The playing field is great for sports and both the field and the pavilion are available for meetings and community events. There is a bar in the pavilion and a children’s play area as well. The complex is home to the football club and the bowls club and a social club is in place to organise the running of the bar and other facilities.

Chairman Phil Golding; Secretary Felicity Golding; Treasurer Gail Jackson