Following its enormous success last year, a four ferries bike ride is being arranged for Saturday 22nd September 2018 as part of the Trust’s work in raising funds for the river defences. The ride of some 42 miles will cross all of the four Foot Ferries of Suffolk, including the Association’s Butley Ferry. The Four […]
Film cuts of the April Annual Meeting presentations from Edward Greenwell, Chairman, Andrew Hawes, Consultant Engineer, Karen Thomas and Giles Bloomfield from the IDB and Jane Maxim Funding Chair will be available on the web site shortly. There will be a further public meeting towards the end of the year (probably November) to discuss the […]
The Partnership will be holding their Annual Community Meeting at Snape Maltings Recital Room 14th April 11am-1pm. Coffee will be available from 1030 am. There will be a number of presentations to inform everyone of the flood defence upgrading schemes and the timetable of events over the next few years.
The Alde and Ore Estuary Partnership have published their Spring 2018 Newsletter. Please see below for the latest news and upcoming community engagement meetings: 20180308 Spring newsletter AOEP
Community meetings have been arranged to update the community on the Estuary Plan following the flood risk assessment report by HR Wallingford which has confirmed that the wall height of 3.3m looks to be achievable throughout the estuary. Please try to come to one of these drop-in sessions: Aldeburgh Church Hall: 13th March 2-7pm Snape Village […]
Community meetings have been arranged to discuss a number of possible variations to the Estuary Plan following the flood risk assessment report by HR Wallingford. It has become clear that consideration must be given to providing some surge tide storage area. Both reports that were completed last year identified the benefits of a ‘flood release […]
October 2017 Pupils from Orford, Snape and Aldeburgh entered an art and writing competition judged by Maggi Hambling and Anthony Horowitz, expressing what the Alde and Ore Estuary means to them. When the Save Our Suffolk Estuary fundraising campaign was launched in October, the childrens’ work was displayed at each of the three launch events […]