The local area around Low Farm


Waldringfield is a small, pretty parish village on the banks of the River Deben in the south of the beautiful county of Suffolk. It lies within Suffolk Coastal District and in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths AONB. 

Waldringfield has a very rich wildlife. This is because it includes a stretch of the tidal river estuary, with important areas of salt marsh, mudflats and riverside grassland. This provides habitats for many species of plants, birds and mammals. The river has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

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Nestled between the rivers Orwell and Deben on the east coast of England, Felixstowe is a charming Edwardian seaside town with a vibrant town centre and a wonderful mix of attractions and activities to suit all ages and interests. 

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Woodbridge in Suffolk is a beautiful riverside town full of things to see and do. Here you can enjoy the atmosphere of a busy market town that has deep connections to the water, and discover some of the most important historical sites in the country.

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A delightful market Tudor market town home to the famous Framlingham Castle; the inspiration behind Ed Sheeran’s hit song Castle On The Hill. With little streets, lovely shops, quirky cafes and world-class restaurants, exploring the town of Framlingham is a pleasure all year round.

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Aldeburgh is world-renowned thanks to its connection with Benjamin Britten, the founder of the Aldeburgh Festival, which takes place in June every year. Pastel-coloured 19th Century holiday villas line the promenade and to the east, the pebble beach with fisherman’s huts selling the daily catch.

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Ipswich is a town in Suffolk, set on the River Orwell, its waterfront is lined with cafes, galleries and shops, and the 19th-century Old Custom House, which recalls the city’s maritime history. Next to Christchurch Park, the 500-year-old Christchurch Mansion has a Tudor kitchen and the Wolsey Art Gallery. Ipswich Museum and Gallery, in a Victorian building, has natural history exhibits.

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Southwold is picturesque seaside town, with sandy beach and beach hut-lined promenade, as well as a thriving market town atmosphere. Southwold Pier was refurbished in 2005, the pretty pier offers a range of shops, eating places and amusements, from traditional two penny pushers to Tim Hunkin’s eccentric inventions.

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Some local attractions to check out