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Suffolk has a wonderful selection of festivals from world class music festivals in Aldeburgh, the well-known Latitude festival, arts festivals, walking festivals, air festivals and food festivals. There is a fantastic range and most are suitable for families. Whether your interest is cultural or family fun, food or walking, inspiration for what to do in Suffolk is right here in The Suffolk Guide.

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Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival

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    Feed Your Heart and Soul at the Annual Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival If you are a self-confessed foodie who would rather sample the local fare than see visit museums or architectural sites, then you definitely shouldn’t miss out on an event that takes place every year in Autumn at Snape Maltings: the…

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Snape Maltings

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    Enjoy Music and Culture at This Year’s Snape Proms The Snape Maltings are situated in the small but beautifully picturesque Suffolk village of Snape. Throughout the year, visitors from near and far can visit the Maltings to enjoy its boutiques and craft shops, locally sourced produce, and expertly curated art shows. The Maltings are…

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Suffolk Open Studios

Glasswork by Gay Hutchings, Suffolk Open Studios

Across Suffolk during weekends in June, artists will be opening their studios as part of the Suffolk Open Studios initiative. Members of the public are able to visit the studios, talk to the artists about their process and perhaps even watch a demonstration of their craft. Around 130 studios will be open and a wide…

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Hedingham Castle

Hedingham Castle

Hedingham Castle is an Events and Wedding Venue just south of Sudbury. The historic Keep was built around 1133 and boasts the finest Norman interior in England. The Banqueting Hall is licensed for Civil Ceremonies with receptions being held in the Georgian Mansion House and Tulip Lawn Marquee. The Castle and Grounds are open to…

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