Monday December 10th 2018

‘Suffolk Towns A-Z’ Archives

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 is that it is the venue for The British Open Crabbing Championship. One Sunday during each summer [Read More]

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 not a town (even though it has a population of over 2,500) but a very large village! There are a [Read More]

Woodbridge

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 restored and in working order, sits majestically on the quayside. Close by is the National Trust owned [Read More]

Yoxford

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. Surrounded by the parkland of three country houses. Cockfield Hall being the most beautiful with [Read More]

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40th Summer Exhibition at Aldeburgh

40th Summer Exhibition at Aldeburgh

The Suffolk Craft Society is now well known for its annual Summer Exhibition in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, receiving over 5000 [Read More]

50 Things to Do Before You’re 11¾

50 Things to Do Before You’re 11¾

The National Trust has today launched a nationwide campaign to encourage sofa-bound children to take to the outdoors [Read More]

A ‘Love Owls’ Treat for Valentine’s Day

A ‘Love Owls’ Treat for Valentine’s Day

On Sunday February 12th there’s a touch of Valentine’s Day Magic in the air, for all you romantic Romeos and [Read More]

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh is an attractive little seaside town. Between the 15th and 17th Centuries it was also an important harbour. [Read More]