Monday December 10th 2018

Posts Tagged ‘essex’

Frinton on Sea

Combined with Walton-on-the-Naze, Frinton is celebrated for it’s fine sands, fishing and golf. The Naze is situated 2 miles North East of Frinton and the eastern most point in Essex county. Frinton is well reknowned for it’s fossils. Until the late Victorian era [Read More]

Harwich

Harwich is not just a busy port through which millions of tons of freight and hundreds of passengers travel each year. Along with nearby Dovercourt, Harwich is a town steeped in history. Harwich’s connection with the sea trade dates much further back than large modern [Read More]

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Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds

Behind the faces of the many Georgian looking buildings in Bury St Edmunds are houses of the 17th Century and earlier. [Read More]

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

The Great British Walk: Suffolk

If you love walking, you’ll love the National Trust’s Great British Walk. This autumn, in partnership with [Read More]

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Catch the bus to ale n rail weekend

Visitors to the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway’s Rail ‘n’ Ale event this weekend will be able to make the trip to the [Read More]

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Classic Car Show at Stonham

Following on from the roaring success of Stonham Barns Leisure & Retail Complex’s prestigious Mid & West [Read More]