Wednesday July 27th 2016

Museums

Essex Museums

BASILDON The Motor Boat Museum Devoted to the history and evolution of the motorboat both in the sport and leisure [Read More]

Suffolk Museums A-F

ALDEBURGH Moot Hall Museum Located in a fine Tudor building on Aldeburgh’s shoreline you will find Anglo-Saxon [Read More]

Suffolk Museums G-L

HALESWORTH Halesworth & District Museum Alongside some unique moveable platforms with a restored signal box nearby [Read More]

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Suffolk Towns A-Z

Wickham Market

Wickham Market is situated to the north-east of Ipswich. Take the A12 from Ipswich for 15 miles, signposted at the end of the dual carriageway. Technically Wickham Market is [Read More]

Yoxford

Village situated on the A12 south of Lowestoft and 20 or so miles north of Ipswich. Comprising of some charming houses, many timbered and some with bow-windows and balconies. [Read More]

Woodbridge

Situated on the Deben Estuary. Once an important shipbuilding town Woodbridge centre retains it’s old worlde charm. The white weather-boarded Tide Mill, now fully [Read More]

Walberswick

Today it is hard to imagine that Walberswick until the start of World War I was a thriving port trading in corn, bacon, timber and fish. Now Walberswick’s claim to fame [Read More]

Thorpeness

All is not what it seems in Thorpeness! This quaint and pretty little seaside village has an interesting history. Originally a small fishing and smuggling hamlet, situated [Read More]

Sudbury

Set in the heart of the River Stour Valley and well-known as home of Thomas Gainsborough is the thriving and ancient market town of Sudbury. The foundation of the present [Read More]

Southwold

One of the factors that makes the coastal town of Southwold popular with visitors is that it is unspoilt by modern day living. Drive past the sign that says “Welcome to [Read More]

Essex Towns A-Z

Profiles and pictures on Essex Towns and Villages READ MORE»

Museums

Essex Museums

BASILDON The Motor Boat Museum Devoted to the history and evolution of the motorboat both in the sport and leisure field. 35 boats on display dating from 1873. Wat Tyler [Read More]

Suffolk Museums A-F

ALDEBURGH Moot Hall Museum Located in a fine Tudor building on Aldeburgh’s shoreline you will find Anglo-Saxon exhibits discovered at Snape cemetery as well as [Read More]

Suffolk Museums G-L

HALESWORTH Halesworth & District Museum Alongside some unique moveable platforms with a restored signal box nearby the Museum is based in the station building. Local [Read More]

Suffolk Museums M-Z

MARTLESHAM HEATH Martlesham Heath Aviation Society Control Tower Museum In 1916 the Armament Experimental Flight moved to the East Coast, along with the Wiltshire based [Read More]

Widlife

RSPB: New Barn at Flatford

RSPB: New Barn at Flatford

A new barn at the RSPBs Flatford Wildife Garden is being officially by RSPB Area Manager, Mr Dave Hedges on 6 September. The barn will showcase the RSPBs Homes for Wildlife campaign which aims to promote gardening for wildlife. It will be open for visitors, school groups [Read More]

Secret Cyanide Agent – protects woodland

Secret Cyanide Agent – protects woodland

A special species of millipede found in an ancient woodland in Suffolk is one of a number of animals and plants that could [Read More]

Orford: High-tech gull tracking

Orford: High-tech gull tracking

Scientists from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) are working with the National Trust, using GPS technology to gain [Read More]

Put a bird box up this weekend

Put a bird box up this weekend

The RSPB is making a final call for anyone who hasn’t got their nest boxes up yet to do it this weekend. The breeding [Read More]