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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 April 2019:

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Established Halesworth-based suppliers with over 3000 lines stocked. On-line ordering or call and collect.

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Watercolours are a moment in time with all the depth, light and simplicity of a haiku and just as elusive. Michael's paintings and prints can be viewed at his Studio overlooking The Market Square in Halesworth.

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A long-established Suffolk-based company with a wealth of experience and offering competitive pricing for removals, haulage and storage. Residential and commercial relocation services offered.

David Elliott Stained GlassUnique decorative stained glass, plus courses for all abilities held in a custom-equipped studio

David offers his wealth of experience to create unique stained glass commissions and items for your home. Stained glass courses offered, suitable for all abilities, from beginner to expert. Gift vouchers.

1 Little Dingle CottagesSelf-catering accommodation for up to twelve people

This country cottage stands between Dunwich Forest and Dingle Marshes. Apart from the adjacent cottage it is quite isolated, being a mile from Dunwich village. Surrounded by open countryside, marshes, reedbeds and forest. Several major nature reserves are close by, with wildlife and birds to be seen on or near the property. Walks from the cottage. Parking. Pets by arrangement.