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With stunning villages, medieval towns, 50 miles of coastline and incredible scenery, Suffolk is a perfect destination for a relaxing weekend away. Here are our favourite ways to unwind in Suffolk, and the best places to do them

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Suffolk has some of the most scenic villages in England – think colourful cottages, village pubs and winding country roads. We pick 10 of the prettiest places to live in Suffolk.

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Suffolk is a county that has it all – indulgent foodie delights, breathtaking beaches and gardens and some of the best shopping around. It’s the perfect place for a weekend getaway and we’ve picked 7 of best towns for you to choose from.

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Ad Feature: Take the chill away with a stay at Hintlesham Hall

Monday, November 14, 2016

Hintlesham Hall releases Winter & Christmas spa and hotel packages, ideal for gifts or for indulgent and luxurious end-of-year pampering.

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The town is getting into festive mood to ensure visitors and locals have the best season ever.

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This is a spooky time of year, as days grow ever shorter and things go bump in the night. Lindsay Want peeks into Suffolk’s haunted past . . . and present

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Paddling the River Waveney

Monday, October 24, 2016

Want to get afloat? Suffolk has plenty of inland waterways to explore. Julian Claxton paddles the River Waveney from Homersfield to Bungay and back

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David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, heads to the extreme north west of Suffolk to the very edge of the vast flatlands known as The Fens

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Come and take a stroll around some of Suffolk’s great Christmas markets and fayres over the festive period.

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A visitor’s guide to Woodbridge

Monday, October 3, 2016

There are many reasons to visit this wonderful town by the River Deben

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Ad Feature: Afternoon tea at Hintlesham Hall

Monday, October 3, 2016

Hintlesham Hall has unveiled its new traditional afternoon tea package. British tradition with a champagne twist. Story has it that once upon a time in 1840, Anna, Duchess of Bedford, found that she got hungry in the long time between lunch and her evening meal which was served fashionably late at 8. She began to request that slices of bread, butter, tea and cake be brought to her mid-afternoon to keep her going.

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Exploring the ‘Suffolk Sahara’

Monday, September 26, 2016

Matt Gaw explores an area of the county that’s sometimes called Suffolk’s Sahara

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LAND AHOY! The new art exhibition for the autumn is now hung and the gallery is once again open for business

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Suffolk Preservation Society safeguards some of the county’s most precious and endangered landscapes and buildings. Fiona Cairns, director, talks about the often overlooked beauty of High Suffolk’s green space

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Walking at Clare and Cavendish

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, crosses borders as he explores the rolling landscape of the Stour Valley between Clare and Cavendish

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It’s one of the county’s jewels, made beautiful by the river that gives it life and still provides a reason for people to live, work and visit Suffolk’s border lands

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Sara Green and her family head off to Orford

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Our green spaces are preciously private and community celebrations. Lindsay Want explores some of the county’s hidden gardens

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A summer walk at Dunwich Heath

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Heather covered Dunwich Heath is a favourite haunt of walkers and tourists. David Falk, manager of Suffolk County Council’s Brandon Country Park, enjoys a glorious summer’s day on a circular walk

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FolkEast - bursting at the bellows

Saturday, August 6, 2016

FolkEast, the hands-on festival at Glemham Hall on August 19-21, showcases tent-loads of talent, contemporary and traditional music, and Suffolk’s very real stuff of life. But it has one special talent all of its own - bringing folk together. Lindsay Want meets festival fans to find out more.

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History comes alive in this family friendly event in Stowmarket

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All sett for badger watching

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Matt Gaw settles in the for the night shift at a badger watch somewhere in Suffolk

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Simon Amstutz, AONB manager, replies to a frequently asked question about Suffolk’s much loved heritage coast and discovers it’s quite a list . . .

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Ruth Dugdall, a seaside dweller, seeks out some of the people who live and work between the land and sea

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Amy Gallivan talked to Graeme and Marysa Norris about why they enjoy their green idyll so much

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