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Halesworth has always 'done Christmas' well. This is the fun. Have we missed your favourite things?
Millennium Green in Halesworth in Green for Go! Not far from the middle of town. Visitors can enjoy woodlands, heathland, rivers, meadows and ponds. There's an all-weather track great for bicycles, pushchairs, mobility buggies, wheelchairs etcalong with paths.
Folk can also walk part of the route of the old railway to Southwold. Millennium Green was created from more than 30 acres of grazing marsh. More has been added. Now, it covers plus and is, apparently, the biggest such green in England. From little acorns… More than 20 years ago, an artists' co-operative started holding events in the derelict maltings on New Cut. Today after a lot of hard work, fund-raising and changes The Cut is a vibrant home to music, theatre, dance, comedy, cinema, workshops, art exhibitions and more.
Every week, about people young and old come to The Cut - either to take part in something or as part of an audience. It's home to a wide range of shops, selling almost everything under the sun, and many are independently owned. The Thoroughfare is pedestrianised, so ambling through town is a true delight.
A great setting - in the Victorian railway station. Enter through the door with "Waiting Room" over it! Displays cover 10, years - featuring Bronze Age axe he and a working model of the station's moveable platforms, among other things. There's information about a deadly Second World War bomb strike, too, and lots on the malting, brewing and agricultural industries in the Victorian era. Little sister to the Millennium Green and a hop from the town centre. Great place for children to have fun on the play equipment, and good for a loo stop.
Four seconds in north Suffolk tells you the skies are wide and the countryside beautiful.
Prime territory for a bike Love in halesworth. This website offers ideas. Click on "Halesworth Wheel Map" for a mile ride and eight shorter jaunts. And the town is never that far away. The way to know a place is to walk it. Find details here - there are notes about things found en route. Watch for the likely location of the town's first police station, with a grate to a cell?
My children, now plus, still talk of a visit long, long ago. It's "the only park in the UK where the whole family can touch and see camels and their animal relations close-up". I once banged a drum in the parade - not necessarily to the correct tune. The Thoroughfare is packed like sardines - full of warmth, light, smiles, noise, foody aromas and bonhomie. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support.
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