Ruff Guide to… Bury St Edmunds and the Suffolk Wool Towns

In the 15th Century, the Suffolk towns of Lavenham and Sudbury were among the richest in the country. They made their fortune from the wool trade and thanks to the timber-framed houses that remain, visitors have centuries of history to explore. This part of Suffolk – including Bury St Edmunds – has a lot to… More Ruff Guide to… Bury St Edmunds and the Suffolk Wool Towns

Ruff Guide to… Southwold, Aldeburgh & Dunwich

The historic county of Suffolk lies at the heart of East Anglia and its 50-mile coastline is gorgeous. Largely undisturbed, it is home to stunning landscapes and dramatic open skies but it’s not all about the great outdoors. Bustling market towns and quaint fishing villages make it a magnet for tourists. Locally-sourced food and arts… More Ruff Guide to… Southwold, Aldeburgh & Dunwich