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Living in Woodbridge: The Local Area Guide

Woodbridge is situated in Suffolk, East Anglia and is placed just 8 miles off the East coast of England. The town is part of the Suffolk Coastal district, which was formed in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972. Woodbridge has more than a millennium's worth of recorded history and there is evidence of settlements dating back to the Neolithic Age. Sutton Hoo is a place of real historical interest, with 2 cemeteries dating back to the 6th and 7th centuries. It is also home to a ship burial that contains the richest treasure trove ever found in Britain. It dates back to the time of King There are numerous bus services in and around Woodbridge that provide travel links to destinations such as Melton, Kesgrave, Charsfield and Ipswich. Woodbridge railway station is located in the town centre and is run by the East Suffolk Line (Ipswich-Lowestoft). Trains to Ipswich take around 18 minutes, where those wishing to travel to London are able to change onto a connecting train. The journey time from Ipswich to London Liverpool street on a Greater Anglia train takes approximately an hour and ten minutes. Suffolk in general has great transport connections with the rest of the UK. The M25 London Orbital motorway is situated just on the periphery of the county, while the M11 runs along the western boarder of Suffolk, connecting the M25 to the A1 heading towards the North.

Local Amenities

The Woodbridge Farmers Market is held in the town community centre on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. The market allows farmers to set up stalls to sell their locally grown produce including food, drink and plants. There are a number of independent stores dotted around Woodbridge; there are clothing and accessory stores called Hannah Stowe, Ninny Noo and Sweet Dream. There are also a number of stores offering a range of gardening and outdoor equipment, including Stuarts Outdoor and Goslings Farm Shop & Garden Centre.

Situated in an old Tudor house, Seckford Hall is the perfect venue for fine dining, offering a variety of delicious seasonal dishes. The Riverside is gorgeous quayside restaurant which doubles up as a charming cinema, serving local produce. The Kings Head Inn is a pub dating back to the 15th century, which is famous for its fine ales, lagers and classic roast dishes.

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