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11 New Year’s Eve events happening in Suffolk and north Essex

PUBLISHED: 15:00 26 December 2017

Where will you be spending New Year's Eve? Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL

Where will you be spending New Year's Eve? Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL

Take your loved ones to one of these New Year’s Eve events near you.

Enjoy a bottle of bubbly at Trinity park this NYE. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ iStockphoto Enjoy a bottle of bubbly at Trinity park this NYE. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ iStockphoto

Suffolk Party Nights

Trinity Park, Ipswich

Spend New Year’s Eve at Trinity Park dancing the night away.

Be prepared to sing your heart out to all the songs played.

Grab your friends, a glass of bubbly and get ready for the countdown.

Tickets cost £22.50 and can be purchased here.

Dress up as your favourite Rocky Horror Picture Show character this NYE. Picture: CONTRIBUTED Dress up as your favourite Rocky Horror Picture Show character this NYE. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Rocky Horror Fancy Dress

The Moon & Mushroom, Ipswich

Do you have a Rocky Horror fan in your life?

Treat them to a New Year’s Eve they wont forget dressed as their favourite character.

Celebrate New Year’s Eve differently this year at The Moon & Mushroom.

To find out more information visit the website here.

Enjoy canapes at Fynn Valley Golf Club. Picture: CONTRIBUTED Enjoy canapes at Fynn Valley Golf Club. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

New Year’s Eve at Fynn Valley Golf Club

Ipswich

Your whole evening is sorted at Fynn Valley Golf Club

Be welcomed with canapes and bubbles on arrival and then indulge in a four course meal.

After the meal it is time to put your dancing shoes on as there will be a DJ until 1am.

Tickets cost £59.95 and booking is essential. To book and find out more visit the website here.

Get dressed up and head to Seckford Hall this NYE. Picture: SIMON PARKER Get dressed up and head to Seckford Hall this NYE. Picture: SIMON PARKER

New Year’s Eve Party at Seckford Hall

Woodbridge

Celebrate the new year in style at Seckford Hall.

Enjoy festive dining, live music and dancing into the early hours.

You will be welcomed with a cocktail and enjoy a five course meal.

Tickets cost £72 and can be booked by calling 01394 385 678.

The cosy Black Tiles pub is perfect for NYE. Picture: GREGG BROWN The cosy Black Tiles pub is perfect for NYE. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Black Tiles 70’s New Year’s Eve Party

Black Tiles Restaurant & Bar, Martlesham

If you love 70’s disco the Black Tiles is the place for you this New Year’s Eve.

Dance away 2017 and slide into 2018 surrounded by your loved ones.

Drinking, dancing, buffet and a casino can be expected.

It is a ticket only event so make sure you book your tickets now by calling 01473 624038.

Surroud yourself with loved ones this NYE. Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL Surroud yourself with loved ones this NYE. Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL

New Year’s Eve at Belstead Brook Hotel

Ipswich

How does dinner, entertainment and loved ones sound?

Gather your family and friends to the Belstead Brook Hotel this New Year’s Eve.

Enjoy a five course dinner and a dance for £85.

To reserve your space and find out more call 01473 694224.

Enjoy a cocktail at Revolution Ipswich on New Year's Eve. Picture: CONTRIBUTED Enjoy a cocktail at Revolution Ipswich on New Year's Eve. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

New Year’s Eve at Revolution

Ipswich

Gather your friends and expect to have a cocktail in your hand at Revolution.

The DJ will be playing all the latest songs so you can dance the night away.

There will be an exciting countdown at midnight and a lot of confetti.

For more details or to book tickets visit the website.

Enjoy a meal and a drink at The Alex in Felixstowe. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR Enjoy a meal and a drink at The Alex in Felixstowe. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

New Year’s Eve at The Alex Brasserie

Felixstowe

Spend the evening listening to music from a professional DJ while overlooking the sea at Felixstowe.

Café Bencotto is operating their usual opening hours and menu so you can join them for a meal and glass of bubbly while you are there.

Entry is free and the bar will be open until late.

For more information visit the website.

Watch a firework display at The Anchor in Walberswick. Picture: PETER CUTTS Watch a firework display at The Anchor in Walberswick. Picture: PETER CUTTS

A New Year’s Eve for the little ones

The Anchor Walberswick

A New Year’s Eve event perfect for the whole family.

This event will finish at 8pm for the little ones who can’t make it through to midnight.

The Anchor in Walberswick is offering roast chicken with all the toppings, followed by a pudding and a firework display.

For more information and to secure your space call 01502 722112.

Gather your friends and make a toast to the new year. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTOS Gather your friends and make a toast to the new year. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTOS

Rock VS Pop New Year’s Eve Special

V-Bar, Colchester

Whether you are a rock fan or a pop fan this night caters for both.

One rock track will follow a pop track all night long.

Entry is free you will just need to pay for drinks however drink deals are available.

Rock N Roll into the new year. For more details visit the Facebook page here.

Who will you be spending New Year's Eve with? Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL Who will you be spending New Year's Eve with? Picture: OAKLANDS HOTEL

New Year’s Eve 2017 at Evoke

Evoke, Chelmsford

Get your party dress out and head to Evoke’s dance floor.

As the clock strikes midnight you will witness an audio and visual extravaganza.

There will be DJs and entertainers there all night to keep you engrossed.

For more information and to book tickets visit the website.

If we have missed your New Year’s Eve event email the details here.

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