FAMILY CAMPING FOR CHARITY
Saturday 5th August 2017   3pm
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Enjoy a mini holiday camping for one night only under the stars by the lake in beautiful Henham Park. This is your chance to come to Latitude without the crowds!
Explore the woods, have fun in the messy play tent and build your own campfire. Listen to the owls and spot an array of native Suffolk wildlife including a shy swan.
Come back to nature for one unforgettable warm summer’s night, providing your children with an authentic yet safe experience.
Remember: ‘take only photographs, leave only footprints’.
Bring your own tent, food and supplies. Facilities provided: water tap, compost loos.
All proceeds will go to The Loft, a Southwold charity providing a safe space, activities and education for teenagers.
Entry: £10 per car, £15 per motorhome/campervan/caravan. Please register (for free) here and pay your entry fee in cash on the day.
Entrance is via High Lodge, just of A145 by the Halesworth junction.
Henham Park is not open to the public apart from during events. Camping access will open 3pm Sat 5th Aug and close 3pm Sun 5th Aug.

SUMMER YOGA + FITNESS MORNING

Saturday 5th August 2017   8.30am – 1.30pm


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Latitude Festival
14th-17th July 2017
Latitude is one of the jewels in the UK’s festival crown. This year the family friendly festival will celebrate its 12th anniversary. Latitude has a plethora of sights and sounds, including the very best from the creative worlds of music, film, comedy, literature, theatre, poetry, dance, art and yoga. Wander through Henham’s  fairy lit woods to discover hidden surprises; pause on the famous Latitude bridge to admire the sunset; catch a headline artists on the Obelisk stage or perhaps try wild swimming in the Henham Park lake. There are even brightly coloured sheep for the ultimate selfie!

Latitude Festival


Grand Henham Steam Rally
16th & 17th September 2017

The Steam Rally remain at its spiritual home of Henham Park, celebrating the 43rd year the event has been held. This popular event in Suffolk’s calendar recalls the golden age of steam engineering. Steam engines, vintage machinery and cars are exhibited alongside traditional country crafts, arts and pastimes. In addition there is entertainment provided by the showrings, shopping and delicious food – proceeds go to charity and local groups

Grand Henham Steam Rally