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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 January 2020:

Allens ButchersPersonal service and many years of experience are the hallmarks of this outstanding local butcher

There has been a butchers shop on this site for at least 200 years. Kevin Allen, who has owned and run the shop for over 20 years, is committed to selling the best quality local produce. For this reason he buys all his meat direct from local farms.

Logs Logs LogsFamily Firm delivering kiln dried logs to Norfolk and Suffolk, including Norwich, Diss and Woodbridge

Logs available in tipper loads and bulk bags for wood burning stoves, open fires and pizza ovens. In addition supplying firewood in bulk bags to Essex, Cambridgeshire, London and beyond.

Chris Doyle PhotographyBeautiful Photos of local recent horse riding events

View extensive online galleries of recent horse shows, show jumping, cross country and other events as well as galleries of racing dogs and wildlife. Prints are available to order online.

Leman CottageIntricate 17th Century house with 21st Century comforts

Comfortably Sleeping up to five, this well–equipped period cottage features a cosy woodburner and an enclosed garden as well as off road parking with good walks and local pubs nearby. 1 or 2 dogs allowed.

PJN Motor EngineeringA long-established garage you can trust, Wenhaston near Halesworth

Repairs, diagnostics, servicing, MOT preparation and submission, welding, valeting and much more. All work done using high quality oils, components and accessories. Member of the Good Garage Scheme.