LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Cambridge

The famous University City with an abundance of museums, art galleries, beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings. A champagne picnic or punting on the River Cam is a treat not to be missed!

Colchester Castle & Museum

Housed in the largest Norman keep in Europe with excellent displays which reflect the town's importance as the capital of Roman Britain and the oldest recorded town in England.

Constable Country

Located on the Suffolk and Essex border, this enchanting part of England, which is now a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, was the birthplace of renowned artist John Constable.

Gainsborough House Museum, Sudbury

Gainsborough house is the birthplace museum of Thomas Gainsborough.

Kersey

The parish of Kersey consists of Kersey village and four hamlets: Kersey Tye, Kersey Upland, Wicker Street Green and William’s Green.

Lavenham

England's best preserved medieval village with an abundance of impressive historical properties.

The Quay Theatre


Housed in an old converted granary, The Quay Theatre provides a regular programme of entertainment.

The Valley Walk

A National Trust pleasant walk from magnificent Melford Hall to Gainsborough House in Sudbury.

Town Trails

For children, exploring the town can be fun – by walking the Talbot Trail – A series of 14 small bronze sculptures on red posts, depicting quirky aspects of Sudbury’s past.

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