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East Anglia

Enjoy the best of East Coast seafood with crab sandwiches in Cromer, or visit the family friendly resorts of Lowestoft, or Great Yarmouth. Drive inland through the famous Suffolk wool towns, with fabulous flint villages and medieval churches to the county towns of Ipswich and Norwich.

Explore cathedrals, castles and great country estates. Go wild in the heathland and woods of Thetford and take off by boat along the secret rivers of the Broads. Finish with a visit to Ely Cathedral, then head to Cambridge for a few days. Enjoy ancient colleges, and a fantastic shopping and dining experience in this beautiful university city.

East Anglia is a beautiful area of the UK for Nature and Activities alike. Hire a cruiser or brush up on your sailing on the Norfolk Broads. Take your binoculars to the RSPB reserve at Minsmere or the Wash estuary. Cycle or walk on the forest trails or Go Ape in Thetford Forest. Book a white water rafting adventure at the Lee Valley White Water Centre home of our Olympic successes. Tour the world famous Beth Chatto gardens where you can enjoy gardens specially created for the local soils and weather conditions.

"Come to East Anglia – big sky country where the land and sea meet at the horizon. Listen to the cry of the many seabirds and explore the bracing East coast with its sandy dunes and unspoilt beaches where you can walk for miles"

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Famous People

Constable and Gainsborough – our finest landscape painters.

Sir Benjamin Britten – Composer, conductor and pianist. Founder of the Aldeburgh Festival

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey – powerful advisor to Henry VIII, born in Ipswich

George Orwell- lived in Southwold, famous for the chilling novels Animal Farm and 1984

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