The Suffolk Coast
  • Our Partners

Our Partners

Organisations we work hand in hand with to support tourism on The Suffolk Coast


The Suffolk Coast DMO's Founding organisations include: Adnams PLC, Aldeburgh Music, Snape Maltings, Suffolk Coast & Heaths (AONB), Suffolk Secrets Ltd, TA Hotel Collection Ltd, Suffolk Coastal District Council and Waveney District Council.

We share the vision that, by working together, we can build a more compelling package of reasons for a visitor to choose the Suffolk Coast as a holiday destination over and above other places.

With an eclectic mix of stunning scenery, quality accommodation, world-class culture and a rapidly growing reputation for excellent food & drink, this part of the UK is a superb choice for any visitor, aspiring to sample some great experiences and build some exquisite holiday memories.



Other organisations who work with and support The Suffolk Coast DMO are:


Africa Alive

Aldeburgh Business Association

Beccles Business and Tourism Association

Bungay Events and Business Association

Choose Woodbridge

Framlingham Business Association

Halesworth Tourism Group

Inn Style

Ipswich Town & Waterfront

Leiston Enterprise Centre

Lowestoft Vision

My Southwold 

Screen Suffolk

Southwold and District Chamber of Trade

Southwold Pier

Suffolk Coast Business

Visit East Anglia

Visit Felixstowe

Visit Suffolk

Waveney Business Forum

Wickham Market Partnership

The Suffolk Coast DMO Board

Our Directors include:

Harry Young - (Chair) Snape Maltings

Tim Rowan-Robinson - TA Hotel Collection

Alex Paul - Gough Hotels and Southwold Pier

Victoria Savory - Adnams Plc

Julian Evans - Attain Solutions Ltd

Tim Yeo - The Yeo Group

DMO Board Associate Members:

Helen Cutting - Visit Suffolk

Kirsty Dupee - Africa Alive!

Simon Amstutz - Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB

Neil Cockshaw - Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils

The Suffolk Coast Ltd DMO has been a recipient of grant funding from the Coastal Communities Fund. This is funded by the Government with income from the Crown Estate’s marine assets. It is delivered by the Big Lottery Fund on behalf of UK Government and the Devolved Administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.