Places to Visit
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Bury St Edmunds
Visit an old Market Town, with a bustling Market with over 80 stalls every Wed. and Sat. Attractions include: St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Abbey Gardens with amazing flower displays all year round.Visit Bury St Edmunds's website
Colchester is Britain’s oldest recorded Town. Visit Colchester Castle Museum for a superb insight into Britain’s first Romany City or take a stroll in Castle Park and admire the beautiful flowers.Visit Colchester's website
A beautiful medieval village. One of the most famous Wool Towns in England. Visitors flock to Lavenham to visit the timbered houses and quaint shops. The Market Place is home to the National Trust Guildhall.Discover Lavenham's website
Long Melford is famous for its many Antique Shops. You can visit Kentwell Hall, a moated Tudor mansion, where re-creations of everyday Tudor life is re-enacted, or visit National Trust Melford Hall.Visit Long Melford Village website
Sudbury is set in the heart of the Stour Valley, an ancient Market Town dating back to Saxon times. There is a busy market in Sudbury every Thursday and Saturday.Vist Suffolk's website