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Extra Committee meeting held at 4th June 2014

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Committee meeting minutes – Thursday 15th May 2014

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“A view of the River Deben since Roman times” – open meeting 31 October





Thursday 31st October 2013  7.30pm

Woodbridge Community Hall 

Refreshments followed by talk on

‘A view of the River Deben since Roman times’

by Robert Simper




RDA AGM 26 April followed by a presentation from East Anglia Wind about drilling under the River Deben


The RDA is holding its Annual General Meeting on Friday 26th April 2013 at 7.30pm in Woodbridge Community Hall.  Click to see the minutes of last year’s AGM

The AGM will be followed by a talk entitled Drilling Under the Deben and Martlesham Creek – a speaker from East Anglia Offshore Wind, the main contractor for the East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm, will discuss the engineering and geology involved and the mitigation measures employed to minimise the impact onriver users and wildlife, ashore and afloat.


Suffolk Coast Against Retreat AGM 23 March



Annual General Meeting 2013

Suffolk Coast Against Retreat (SCAR)

Saturday March 23 10.30 am

Coffee from 10 am


Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew

The Guest Speaker will be:

 Sir Bill Callaghan, Chair of the Marine Management Organisation

also attending:

Rt Hon Lord Deben PC (formerly John Gummer MP)

Patron of SCAR

Peter Aldous MP for Waveney

Therese Coffey MP for Suffolk Coastal

All are welcome

Anne Page

Secretary SCAR





Whisstocks site – consultation event on 24/25 January and public meeting 10 February

The former Whisstocks boatyard next to the Tide Mill in Woodbridge, has been derelict for more than 16 years.  FW Properties, the developers for the Whisstocks and Nunns Mill sites in Woodbridge are holding a public consultation event at the Crown Hotel in Woodbridge on Thursday 24 and Friday 25 January.   You will be able to see  and discuss their plans for developing both sites ahead of  formal consultation on the planning application that the developers intend to submit to Suffolk Coastal District Council in the Spring.  You can find more information about the consultation event on the Whisstocks … Continue Reading

1953 Flood Exhibition 2-5 February

The Alde & Ore Association is holding an exhibition to mark the 6oth anniversary of the 1953 Flood:

Saturday 2 February

  • Orford Town Hall Exhibition open 11am – 4pm
  • Peter Pears Gallery open 11am -4pm
  • Cinema Gallery open 11am – approx 5.30pm
  • Aldeburgh Cinema 3pm Archive Film and Premiere of Angie Mason’s new film Presentation of Emergency Plan for Aldeburgh

Free admission – everyone welcome

Sunday 3 February

Monday 4 February

  • Orford and Aldeburgh Exhibitions open for public and school visits 11am- … Continue Reading

River Deben – River User Survey results

River Deben from the air

The RDA undertook a web-based survey over two months from 26 February to 20 April 2012.  What we wanted to know was how people use the River Deben and what they like about the river and the area immediately around it, or what they would like to see changed.

There were 9 multiple choice questions, with opportunities to add free-text comment, and one open question.

We sent notices inviting people to undertake the survey – accessible through open pages on the RDA website – to 853 RDA members and to … Continue Reading

Talk on Saltmarshes to follow the RDA AGM on 20 April 2012

The RDA Annual General Meeting will be held at 7.30pm on Friday 20th April 2012 in Woodbridge Community Hall  Station Road Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 4AU.

Members of the RDA can log in to see minutes of the 2011 AGM (see Logging into members pages to find out how to log in if you aren’t already registered)

The AGM will be followed by an illustrated talk from Dr Rob Hughes of the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary College, London University


Dr Hughes has undertaken many years of research into this … Continue Reading

Minutes of the 2011 Annual General Meeting

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