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Bird Watching on Havergate Island

Havergate Island
If you are looking to get back to nature and escape from it all for a few hours, Bird watching on Havergate Island could be for you! Just a 20 minute boat ride from Orford Quay, Havergate Island is a nature reserve owned and managed by the RSPB and with 5 hides on the island to enjoy your bird watching, you won't be disappointed! The reason for my visit was that over the last year I have ex...
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Covehithe: A Photo Tour

Covehithe
Visiting Covehithe has been on my list for a long time and I've finally made it, thanks to it being included in the Suffolk's Top 50 I can tell you it was certainly worth the wait! If you google Covehithe images, you are faced with lots of pictures of fallen trees and the eroding coast. It is a unique landscape and very different to all the other places in Suffolk I've visited along the coast. ...
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A Trip to Shingle Street

Shingle Street Suffolk
Looking for somewhere a little bit different? A trip to Shingle Street could be just the thing! It was voted one of Suffolk's Top 50 places to visit, which was the main reason I went. Shingle Street is an unusual name for a place. There are no real streets to speak of just a line of houses along the beachfront overlooking the sea. Shingle Street it is certainly unique. When driving along ...
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A Quiet Afternoon in Walberswick

Walberswick
We are so lucky in Suffolk to have a wonderful choice of places to go. I recently spent a quiet afternoon in Walberswick and picked a perfect day to visit as it seemed there were only a few of us there! Its been a year or two since my last trip and the reason for our afternoon in Walberswick was to go crabbing - one of Suffolk's Top 50 things to do. My daughter was on a brief trip home from uni...
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The Unique Landscape of Orford Ness

Orford Ness
You know how it is, you have most of the year to visit somewhere and you end up going on the last weekend before it closes! Sound familiar? That describes my last trip to Orford Ness. Well here's your chance to be one of the first visitors this season to Orford Ness as it re-opens for 2017. It truly is a unique landscape which explains why it was voted in the Suffolk Top 50. My visit last Oc...
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How to Spend a Couple of Hours in Thorpeness

Thorpeness
Thorpeness, I think it's fair to stay is quite different to most places you many have come across in Suffolk. You will find it a unique village and probably not like anything you have seen before! It's a great place to explore for a couple of hours as everything is within easy walking distance. Here are my top 5 tips to help you make the most of your time at this quirky place! 1. Hire a ro...
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Just One of Many Reasons Why You Should Visit Felixstowe!

Landguard Visitor Centre and View Point Cafe
When on my travels across Suffolk, once I've arrived at my destination it's nice to sit for a bit, get myself organised and go back over my plans to make sure I make the most of my visit. The opportunity of doing this over a cup of coffee is even better and Felixstowe has just the place to do this. The Landguard Visitor Centre and View Point Cafe is just one of the many reasons you should visit...
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Why a Suffolk Explorer Guide is a Great Way to Discover Orford

Orford Suffolk
Looking to discover Orford? Well it is one of those places that has a lot more to it than you first think! I have been many times this year and often take a leisurely walk around the town just to enjoy the pretty surroundings. The Suffolk Coast and Heaths Orford Explorer Guide is an excellent way to discover Orford if you have an hour or two spare and fancy going for a walk. A number of dif...
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Southwold Pier

Southwold pier
The sun was shining, it was a beautiful spring day and I had a free weekend so where better to start my Suffolk Top 50 Challenge than Southwold Pier and the seaside! I decided to kick off my challenge by visiting Southwold and got very excited as not only could I visit the pier but the Sailors' Reading Room museum was also on my list which is located along the seafront just a few minutes walk f...
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