The Suffolk group of the Lullaby Trust was founded in 1977 under the original name of The West Suffolk Group of the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death. Since then the group has been active raising money to fund research through the charity and provide support to bereaved parents.

For information on infant care see the safer sleep page.

Please contact us if you would like to information about our group.

Contact details

Secretary: Mrs Sally Nice | 01284 754512 |

Chair: Dr Derek Dunstone | 01473 828981 |

Upcoming events

Barn Dance on behalf of Suffolk Lullaby Trust

Date: Saturday 30th September 2017

Time: 7.30 pm

Address: Moreton Hall Community Centre, Symonds Road, Bury St Edmunds IP32 7EE

Tickets: £19

Includes Hog Roast by Hog and Ale Experience, performance by the band The Invisible Navvies of Utopia and a licensed bar. All proceeds go to Suffolk Lullaby Trust.

Contact Sally Dunstone for tickets and to request a vegetarian option: or 01473 823755.

Previous events

Family Day at Jimmy’s Farm, Saturday 3rd June 2017

Reflections from Sally Nice of Suffolk Lullaby Trust

I was invited by Marcia to attend the Family Day at Jimmy’s Farm near Wherstead in Suffolk on Saturday 3rd June. I arrived on a lovely sunny morning in my banana coloured tee shirt at 9.45am and made my way to the marquee which I had been told was to be set aside for The Lullaby Trust. It was excellently arranged with sofas made of straw, other straw bales scattered and covered with hessian throws.

After a few minutes I was joined by our Regional Co-ordinator Sarah Wilson, who had organised the day. I had not met Sarah before but she greeted me warmly and was very friendly. We set up a table with biscuits, free coffee and tea tickets and colouring sheets and crayons for the children. We also had a table for pins, donation boxes, candles, wrist bands and balloons.

Sally Dunstone, another member of the Suffolk Lullaby Trust Group, joined us and we were all ready to meet parents, siblings and grandparents. Whether they wanted to chat, eat their sandwiches or just chill, the farm had supplied at excellent venue. Over time quite a few families joined us, all ages were represented. I had a long chat with a dad and also a granny who had lost her baby 38 years ago, similar to myself.

My overall feeling was that the day was most successful and Sarah’s choice of Jimmy’s Farm provided an excellent venue.