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Vintage Market in the Sunshine

vintage market
You really can't beat a vintage market stroll at Snape Maltings in the sunshine! Its such a relaxing thing to do, in beautiful surroundings with the added bonus of having the 'smile' factor as you see lots of things for sale that you remember from your childhood. I often realise I'm smiling while I look around the stalls, taking a trip down memory lane! On Sunday the vintage market was great...
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Springtime at Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo
The great thing about being a National Trust member is that you can re-visit places as many times as you like and Springtime at Sutton Hoo is just lovely! But you may wonder why you would want to visit somewhere you have been before? Well I'm finding that each time I visit a place, I see something I haven't noticed before and always learn something new, then find myself planning to comeback to exp...
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Why Winter is a great time for a Walk

Suffolk countryside
A Winter walk in the Suffolk countryside The great thing about living in Suffolk is that you are not far away from big open spaces, perfect for some fresh air and a winter walk! We have had plenty of heavy morning frosts recently which have been stunning, but you have to be quick to get out and enjoy them before they melt as I found recently when taking my dog for a walk. Suffolk certain...
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Suffolk Top 50 Challenge – The story so far…

Southwold
I set myself the Suffolk Top 50 Challenge just over 6 months ago. I am now a third of the way through the list with 17 places visited so far and I am finding its a great way to explore Suffolk! If you are looking for a fun challenge or just find yourself with some free time and are wondering what to do why don't you have a look at the Suffolk Top 50 list to see if anything catches your eye?...
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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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Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival

Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival
Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival - 5 Great Reasons to Visit Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival now in it's 11th year, is a permanent and well loved fixture in the Suffolk event calendar attracting thousands of visitors each year. Having arrived home after visiting the festival today it's been difficult choosing from the many photo's I have taken so I decided to sort them into 5 categor...
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An Afternoon in Christchurch Park Looking for Mabel!

Christchurch Park Ipswich
  First things first just in case you are worried, lets talk about Mabel. She's is Christchurch Park's most famous resident -  a tawny owl and she has become a bit of a celebrity over recent years! My latest trip to the park was to hopefully catch a glimpse of her as she's is part of my Suffolks Top 50 challenge. Exploring Christchurch Park Having mentioned to a friend my planned ...
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Woodbridge Tide Mill

Tide Mill Woodbridge
Woodbridge Tide Mill My visit to the Woodbridge Tide Mill was on a particularly damp and drizzly day, but actually once inside, the weather didn't matter so much as I had lots to see and keep me busy whilst sheltering from the rain! I have often glanced at the Tide Mill and to be honest if it wasn't on the Suffolk's Top 50 I probably wouldn't have visited...that's why I love my #Suffolkt...
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