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Vintage tea rooms, vintage clothes shops, vintage markets and events. We love the trend for all things vintage and The Suffolk Guide has sought out the best vintage outlets in Suffolk for visitors to enjoy when deciding what to do in Suffolk

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Self-catering accommodation in Lavenham

Self-catering accommodation in Lavenham

Located in the heart of Suffolk, Lavenham is a medieval picturesque village that has some exquisite restaurants and is a truly unique place to explore. Once Lavenham was England’s 13th most prosperous town – in the 16th Century! Laveham’s importance stems from its wool and weaving activities, which is attested to by its wonderful historic…

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Vintage Ipswich

Vintage Ipswich

A river cruise, a walking tour and museum visit. These were the three things on our itinerary as we headed off for a day out in Ipswich, Suffolk’s county town. The weather was fine and held the promise of a relaxing day meandering around town and a calm evening out on the water. Ipswich has…

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Suffolk People: Talking to Jac Cassidy from Deben Events

Suffolk People: Talking to Jac Cassidy from Deben Events

Jac Cassidy is an events organiser, who organises markets in various locations across Suffolk under the name of Deben Events. These markets are not your average market though – the emphasis with Jac’s events,  is on keeping things fresh, a bit quirky, sometimes vintage, sometimes contemporary and always high quality. We caught up with Jac…

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    Suffolk People: Talking to Emma Neilson, from Cragg Sisters Tea Room, Aldeburgh

    Suffolk People: Talking to Emma Neilson, from Cragg Sisters Tea Room, Aldeburgh

    Cragg Sisters Tea Room is building quite a following. Is it the pretty vintage china that afternoon tea is served on;  the wide and unusual range of loose teas;  the delicious homemade cakes or the collection of quirky, handmade tea cosies that makes it so popular?  I rather suspect it’s all of the above and…

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    Melford Antiques & Interiors | Long Melford

    Melford Antiques & Interiors | Long Melford

             This Long Melford Antique warehouse is one of my favourite ‘Browsing’ antique warehouses, it always has a treasure in it that I just have to have. There are 4 floors of stalls to wander about in and the stock is constantly changing.       Long Melford itself is one of…

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