A wonderful mix of family fun, music and drama, fine eating and drinking, sailing and shopping - something for everyone in the friendliest atmosphere you'll wish to find on the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
This time of year, chances are you’ll be hoping to go out for a festive meal or two before Christmas. Whether you’re planning a work do, or simply looking forward to a night out with family or friends, you’ll want to book a table for a restaurant that can offer a wonderfully festive menu.
Suffolk’s literary legacy is well documented in the forms of George Orwell and Charles Dickens, but most commonly overlooked is the great E.M. Forster. Author of the classic novels Howards End, A Passage to India and A Room with a View, Forster was best known for his ironic a...
In Aldeburgh you will find perhaps the most controversial artwork in Suffolk - Maggi Hambling’s Scallop. Situated on the beach a short walk from the centre of the town, you will see the piece which is constructed of two giant stainless steel scallop shells which interlock to form the sculpture.