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

Once upon a time, the Suffolk towns of Lavenham and Sudbury were among the richest in the country. They made their fortune from the 15th Century wool trade and thanks to the grand churches and timber-framed houses that remain, visitors have centuries of history to explore. The area – including the nearby town of Bury… More Ruff Guide to… Bury St Edmunds and the Suffolk Wool Towns

Ruff Guide to… Pembrokeshire

There’s something pretty special about Pembrokeshire, a wonderfully unspoilt county on the south-westerly tip of Wales. Its rugged coastline is the main attraction but whether you’ve come for the beautiful beaches, harbourside towns or historic castles, you’ll find plenty to keep you and your four-legged friends amused. We took our lead from Pembrokeshire’s annual Dog-Friendly… More Ruff Guide to… Pembrokeshire