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A Walk in Waldringfield

River Deben at Waldringfield
A Walk in Waldringfield should be on everyone's list of things to do in Suffolk! Especially if you love walking by the river admiring boats and looking for wildlife! Here's what you can expect if you explore this part Suffolk..... A Walk in Waldringfield Waldringfield is somewhere I have only been to a couple of times. Its not a place that usually springs to mind as a place to go for a walk, due...
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Westleton Heath Nature Reserve

westleton heath nature reserve
Westleton Heath Nature Reserve is one of Suffolk's hidden gems.  If you are looking for somewhere off the beaten track for a walk, this place is perfect. Westleton Heath Nature Reserve I have got to know Westleton Heath well over the years, and have visted many times. Its a wonderfully peaceful place, with a landscape that offers something different throughout the seasons. On a recent vis...
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Framlingham Town Trail

Framlingham town trail
Following the Framlingham Town Trail is a great way of exploring this pretty Suffolk town. I'm very lucky to live close to Framlingham and I never tire of the wonderful houses and buildings I come across either on my way to the small supermarket to buy groceries, popping to the post office or into one of the many independent shops. Its a lovely little town full of character and well worth a...
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Guide to Suffolk Beach Huts

Southwold beach huts
Here is a guide to Suffolk beach huts to help you discover these wonderful little buildings when you are on your travels around the county. Guide to Suffolk Beach Huts Beach huts always seem to make me smile. From their vibrant colours brightening up a dull and gloomy day to the inventive and quirky names that make you smile as you walk past. There is so much to love about them! Suffolk h...
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Exploring Snape

exploring snape suffolk
Exploring Snape is one of my favourite things to do and I can often be found there in my free time. We visited a few weeks ago before the Coronavirus situation brought us all into lockdown. Such an intensely worrying time at the moment and my thoughts have been with everyone as we try and all do our bit to try and get through it the best we can. Although its not possible to visit places like...
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A Walk Along the River Deben

days out in suffolk Marlesham Creek
Sometimes you discover a place that is so peaceful and pretty that you can't wait to go back. A walk along the River Deben to Martlesham Creek was that place for me this week. If you have not been its well worth it. The blue skies were wonderful and the only noise that interrupted the peace and quiet was from the wildlife. Here is a flavour of what you can expect on a walk.... A Walk Along the...
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A Circular Walk in Marlesford

Marlesford
A circular walk in Marlesford is a great thing to do for a couple of hours, especially when it starts and ends at the wonderful Marlesford Farm Café and Shop.  Where better to treat yourself to something delicious after you have built up an appetite after a walk. There are many walks in the series 'Pub Walks with Darcy' in the Essential Suffolk magazine. Darcy is a Golden Retriever, but you...
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Magical Minsmere

Minsmere
It has been great to see how popular Minsmere Nature Reserve has become since being thrown into the spotlight as the place for Springwatch in 2014. It really is quite a magical place! As someone who works in the tourism industry, its been great to see the impact this has had in putting Suffolk on the map. If you have seen Minsmere on the telly but not got around to visit, this blog will give yo...
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An Afternoon at Orfordness Lighthouse

Orfordness Lighthouse
I've always loved unusual days out so last year when I discovered that Orfordness Lighthouse was going to have an open day, I  jumped at the chance of exploring this wonderful lighthouse. Let me explain a bit about Orfordness Lighthouse for you, as I feel it is a little bit special to say the least. A landmark on the Suffolk Coast since it was built in 1792, it was decommissioned in 2013 as it ...
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Exploring Bawdsey

View from Bawdsey Quay
On my travels around Suffolk I have often seen the signpost for Bawdsey and wondered what was there. Recently I found out when 'Explore Bawdsey' moved to the top of my list! 3 Things to do When Exploring Bawdsey 1. Enjoy the Views From the Beach Yes Bawdsey has a beach - well a quay to be precise. I wasn't expecting to find lots of sand when I arrived at the Quay so it was a bit of a surprise...
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