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An Artist’s Residence

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Munnings Museum, Dedham, external photographed by David Burton-2

The Munnings Art Museum on the outskirts of the pretty village of Dedham on the Suffolk/Essex border, is quite possibly the friendliest museum I have ever been to. It’s the home artist Sir Alfred Munnings shared with his wife Violet for forty years up until his death in 1959 and is now open to the…

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The Coach House at Rafe Hall

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The Coach House at Rafe Hall, Pebmarsh, Essex

Sitting in the seven acre grounds of Rafe Hall in Pebmarsh, on the Suffolk/Essex border, The Coach House is a beautiful, dog-friendly, self-catering cottage with two bedrooms, sleeping four people. The coach house has been sympathetically converted into an elegant and contemporary holiday cottage with bags of character and modern fixtures. Wooden floors, exposed beams…

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A Visitor’s Guide to Constable Country

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A Visitor’s Guide to Constable Country

A Visitor’s Guide to Constable Country in the Dedham Vale Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty is available, packed full of information about this lovely part of Suffolk. Produced by the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project, the 16 page souvenir booklet has some beautiful photographs and it’s easy to see why painter John Constable…

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Self-catering accommodation in Lavenham

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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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Suffolk People: Talking to Anne Holden from Assington Mill

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Suffolk People: Talking to Anne Holden from Assington Mill

From beekeeping to goat husbandry; from storytelling to building your own clay oven; from scything for beginners to a workshop for tortoise enthusiasts, the courses at Assington Mill are often quirky and always incredibly appealing. Anne Holden describes herself as chief executive and bottle washer at the business and farm which she and her husband…

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