Looking back towards the beach and the town from the cafe on Southwold's pier. Lovely long days this month so come and explore coast and countryside.

Town and Village Signs in the Blyth Valley Area

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Town and Village Signs in the Blyth Valley Area

Town and Village Signs in the Blyth Valley Area

Many Suffolk villages and most towns have a sign such as these. They sometimes depict famous historical scenes connected to the location, such as the Battle of Solebay in 1672 on the Southwold sign. Often they reflect familiar features of the village such as the unique detached round tower of Bramfield Church or the magnificent carved angels in the roof of Blythburgh Church.

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Blythburgh Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen Heaps, May 2001
Blythburgh Village Sign
(Article about The Blythburgh Angel)
Bramfield Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen 
                    Heaps, May 2001
Bramfield Village Sign
Cookley Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen 
                    Heaps, May 2001
Cookley Village Sign
Framlingham Town Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen 
                    Heaps, May 2001
Framlingham Town Sign
Halesworth Town Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2001
Halesworth Town Sign
Reydon Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2001
Reydon Village Sign
Sibton Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2003
Sibton Village Sign
Southwold Town Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2001
Southwold Town Sign
Walberswick Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2001
Walberswick Village Sign
Wenhaston Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, May 2001
Wenhaston Village Sign
Wissett Village Sign. Photograph taken by Tim and Eileen
                    Heaps, June 2004
Wissett Village Sign

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Some Favourite Websites For June 2021:

Alan Ross RemovalsAlan Ross Removals

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Offering four bed and breakfast rooms (two ground floor rooms with ensuite bathrooms, both with king size beds). Two rooms have the added luxury of their own lounge and kitchen with two bedrooms upstairs with views of the gardens. A fresh, delicious and locally sourced breakfast awaits you.

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Jennie Jones is one of the areas leading independent estate agents with offices in Southwold. They are a progressive independent firm who work closely with their clients to provide the highest standards of personal and professional service.

The Halesworth Pet StoreSpecialists in Animal Nutrition and Pet Care

Visit our shop or take advantage of our Free Local Delivery Service! We are experts in animal nutrition, catering for all quantities – from small bags to bulk deliveries amd we are happy to help with all of your requirements

St James Village OrchardA beautifully well kept natural space cared for and maintained by the community

At the western edge of the small Suffolk village of St James South Elmham is a triangular shaped field of about one acre, bounded on two sides by Metfield Road and Common Road and known as the Greshaw Green Enclosure. The St James Village Orchard Project has transformed the enclosure into a flourishing community orchard.