Plastic free summer party outdoors with bunting

Suffolk Coastal Friends of the Earth

We want to see a new positive relationship between people and the planet, which recognises that all living things are interconnected.

We aim to protect our wildlife and its habitats from harmful development, pesticides and pollution.

By working with other local groups and individuals we also help to ensure that local people can enjoy a healthy environment in their towns and villages.

Our campaigns

Currently we are working on:

  • renewable energy projects
  • reduction in pesticides to help save our pollinators
  • flooding along our crumbling coastline and estuaries
  • wildlife issues
  • saving our beautiful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from another nuclear power station

... and much more.

We have campaign meetings each month to discuss the issues and plan our events and activities. These are always lively and interesting!

Get involved

If you care about the environment, love wildlife and want to make things better, then our group is for you!

New members are always warmly welcomed to our events, activities and campaign meetings, whether it’s visiting an organic farm, protesting against nuclear power, or cleaning up a plastic-strewn beach. If you just want to read our newsletter, that’s fine too. We’re a committed and friendly bunch of local people, so come along and join us!

We meet each month in the Gannon Rooms near Saxmundham station, but we also alternate with the Station House, Campsea Ashe. We generally meet on a Monday or Thursday evening at 7.15 pm - but get in touch first for up-to-date info using the form below.

Get in touch

Find out how you can get involved locally

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