Places of interest in Suffolk
Bury St Edmunds
classic Suffolk market town, with its farmer's market
held twice a week, with home grown produce and home made
classic town also has a wonderful old ruin Abbey secluded
in beautiful gardens, an ideal setting in the summer months.We
have surveyed many properties in this town.
Zoo has some of the best cat and primate collections
in Europe. See a White Tiger eye to eye in White Tiger
Valley, or get closer to the Zoo's Chimpanzees at Chimp
in the heart of East Anglia and the heart of Europe.
It is the regional centre for business, shopping, sport
and entertainment. Also home of
the "Tractor Boys" Ipswich town football club! Not
a lot of people know this!!
soccer club was formed in 1878 and was called Ipswich
AFC, not to be confused with a Rugby club called Ipswich
FC who played at Portman Road at the time. Town's first
ground was at Broomhill off the Norwich Road infact the
players used to use a shed at the Inkerman Public House
across the road as a dressing room. Visit
their website at www.itfc.premiumtv.co.uk
home of Newmarket Races. Newmarket has been recognised
as the Headquarters of Racing for over 300 years.
Some 3000 horses are in training in the immediate vicinity
of this unique racing town, set in the heart of East
Anglia, yet only sixty minutes from London by road or
The town has a unique environment consisting
of the world's most extensive training grounds (situated
on the world's largest expanse of tended grassland),
over 2500 racehorses, some 70 licensed trainers and more
than 60 stud farms where the racehorses of the future
are bred. It was the original home of the Jockey Club,
remains the headquarters of many national and international
racing organisations and boasts two totally separate,
dynamic and contrasting racecourses where some of the
world's best flat racing takes place each year.
not visit the National Horse Racing Museum too.