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Sara's Guidebook

Food and drink
Great traditional local pub in the attractive village of Hawkedon. Good for both a drink and food. Holds various events throughout the year.
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The Queen's Head
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Great traditional local pub in the attractive village of Hawkedon. Good for both a drink and food. Holds various events throughout the year.
Only four miles from Stansfield, you can pretty well find everything that you need here. There is a fantastic butcher, Co-op, chemist, doctors surgery, various cafes, brilliant home/gift shop and a great book shop. There are also a number of pubs, Indian restaurant and Chinese take away.
Clare
Only four miles from Stansfield, you can pretty well find everything that you need here. There is a fantastic butcher, Co-op, chemist, doctors surgery, various cafes, brilliant home/gift shop and a great book shop. There are also a number of pubs, Indian restaurant and Chinese take away.
A fabulous farm shop between Clare and Long Melford, selling almost everything you need. Combined with shopping in Clare, you won't need to venture to a large supermarket.
Willow Tree Farm Shop
1 Lower Road
A fabulous farm shop between Clare and Long Melford, selling almost everything you need. Combined with shopping in Clare, you won't need to venture to a large supermarket.
Sightseeing
Only 4 miles away, Clare has all of the necessary local amenities - Co-op, butcher, chemist, doctors surgery, hairdressers, cafes, newsagent, Post Office, book and gift shops. It also has an motte and bailey ruined castle and disused railway line and station in the country park. The Ancient House Museum is situated next to the church and beside the River Stour is Clare Priory, with its tranquil gardens.
Clare
Only 4 miles away, Clare has all of the necessary local amenities - Co-op, butcher, chemist, doctors surgery, hairdressers, cafes, newsagent, Post Office, book and gift shops. It also has an motte and bailey ruined castle and disused railway line and station in the country park. The Ancient House Museum is situated next to the church and beside the River Stour is Clare Priory, with its tranquil gardens.
Very pretty medieval wool town with great shops and sightseeing opportunities. Visit Melford Hall (National Trust), where Beatrix Potter used to visit. Kentwell Hall (privately owned) has fantastic re-enactment weekends - both Tudor and WW11, as well as the brilliant Scaresville around the time of Halloween. A visit to the beautiful medieval church at the top of the green is a must. Plenty of antique and art shops to visit.
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Long Melford
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Very pretty medieval wool town with great shops and sightseeing opportunities. Visit Melford Hall (National Trust), where Beatrix Potter used to visit. Kentwell Hall (privately owned) has fantastic re-enactment weekends - both Tudor and WW11, as well as the brilliant Scaresville around the time of Halloween. A visit to the beautiful medieval church at the top of the green is a must. Plenty of antique and art shops to visit.
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ickworth Fantastic National Trust property close to Bury St. Edmunds. Huge number of walks around the gardens, park, woods and farmland. Visit the house and cafe.
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Ickworth House, Park and Gardens
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https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ickworth Fantastic National Trust property close to Bury St. Edmunds. Huge number of walks around the gardens, park, woods and farmland. Visit the house and cafe.
There's plenty to see and do in Bury - walk arorund the Abbey gardens, visit the Cathedral, tour the Greene King brewery, take a tour or watch a play at the Theatre Royal, wander around the centre with its high street shops, or for independent shops head down St. Johns Street.
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Bury St Edmunds
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There's plenty to see and do in Bury - walk arorund the Abbey gardens, visit the Cathedral, tour the Greene King brewery, take a tour or watch a play at the Theatre Royal, wander around the centre with its high street shops, or for independent shops head down St. Johns Street.
Beautiful old wool town, noted as one of England's best preserved medieval village with more than 300 listed buildings.
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Lavenham
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Beautiful old wool town, noted as one of England's best preserved medieval village with more than 300 listed buildings.
Visit historic Cambridge with its world renowned university, great shopping and food scene.
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Cambridge
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Visit historic Cambridge with its world renowned university, great shopping and food scene.
The home of horse racing, visit Palace House, where you can go to The National Horse Racing Museum, The British Sporting Art Trust and Retraining of Racehorses. Get up early and watch the strings of racehorses exercising on The Gallops. Spend a day at the races, on either the Rowley Mile or July Racecourse, depending on the time of year. In the summer, go to a race meeting and then stay to enjoy a concert at Newmarket Nights.
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Newmarket
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The home of horse racing, visit Palace House, where you can go to The National Horse Racing Museum, The British Sporting Art Trust and Retraining of Racehorses. Get up early and watch the strings of racehorses exercising on The Gallops. Spend a day at the races, on either the Rowley Mile or July Racecourse, depending on the time of year. In the summer, go to a race meeting and then stay to enjoy a concert at Newmarket Nights.
Food scene
The largest local town, with plenty of supermarkets and excellent shops, both independent and high street and a huge selection of eateries, pubs and takeaways. It also boasts Britain's smallest pub! Visit the cathedral, abbey gardens and Greene King brewery. The Theatre Royal (National Trust) is one of only two surviving regency theatres in the country that is still running. Visit The Apex for concerts and other forms of entertainment. Ickworth House and it's beautiful gardens and parkland (National Trust) is just outside the town, in the village of Horringer.
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Bury St Edmunds
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The largest local town, with plenty of supermarkets and excellent shops, both independent and high street and a huge selection of eateries, pubs and takeaways. It also boasts Britain's smallest pub! Visit the cathedral, abbey gardens and Greene King brewery. The Theatre Royal (National Trust) is one of only two surviving regency theatres in the country that is still running. Visit The Apex for concerts and other forms of entertainment. Ickworth House and it's beautiful gardens and parkland (National Trust) is just outside the town, in the village of Horringer.