$article->leadphoto->meta_description

Legend of the Black Shuck

In August 1577, coastal Suffolk was hit by great storms of other-worldly proportions.  During morning service, almost simultaneously at the churches of Holy Trinity Blythburgh and St Mary's Bungay, the devil made an appearance disguised as a black dog. There seems to be som...

by Sue | Oct 4, 2017 |


$article->leadphoto->meta_description

Maisebrook Farm Food & Drink Fair

Sunday 1st October, 10:00am - 16:00pmA Celebration of the Produce of the Wonderful Waveney Valley forFoodies and Families.Tasters. Stalls. Butchery and Cookery demonstrations. Hot Food andDrink. Animals, Activities and Amusements.Come and enjoy the fare!A...

by Sue | Sep 21, 2017 |


$article->leadphoto->meta_description

Bookshops on the Suffolk Coast

There is a fabulous array of bookshops in Suffolk - perfect for bibliophiles of all ages. Whether you are interested in history, romance, or a gripping thriller, there is bound to be the perfect book for you. If you’re visiting Suffolk or a book-loving resident, hopefully our list of books...

by alice | Apr 25, 2017 |


Suffolk Book Festivals

5 Reasons To Choose A Suffolk "staycation" This Year

Walking Routes In Suffolk’S Aonb

Catering Services In Suffolk

Top Tips For Dog Walking In Suffolk

Autumnal Treats

More Suffolk Coast Articles

Visit Suffolk Coast Footer