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Places of interest
Lavnenham

Lavenham is well known as one of the best preserved medieval towns in the country. It has a rich past - and from the 14th to the 16th C. flourished as one of the foremost wool and cloth-making centres in England, famed in particular for its blue broadcloth.
Lavenham has been described as "the finest medieval town in England" and no fewer than 300 of its buildings are listed as being of architectural or historical interest.
One of these is the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul,
which is among the finest in East Anglia - a magnificent church with a spire of 141 feet.

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Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds a rich web of history is woven into every street. Few areas in England can match the beauty and history of Bury St. Edmunds and the surrounding towns, villages and countryside.

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Long Melford

Long Melford this former wool town is now the "Antiques Capital of Suffolk".
Its wide, tree-lined High Street is full of antique shops and centres.
Long Melford´s links with the antiques trade are further enhanced by the connection with the long-running popular BBC television programme "Lovejoy".

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West Stow Country Park

West Stow Country Park and Anglo-Saxon Village. The new Hall in the Anglo-Saxon Village is now completed and open to visitors.

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Newmarket

Within easy striking distance is the capital of horseracing at Newmarket and the world famous University of Cambridge.

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