S2S - SEE EAST ANGLIA ENEWSLETTER
East Anglia home to Colchester, Englandís oldest recorded town and Cambridge with its 800-year-old university is one of the most historic regions in the whole of the UK. Leave the picturesque towns and magnificent cities and venture into the countryside to find even more unique features; the Norfolk Broads - Britainís largest nationally protected wetland; the stunning unspoilt sandy beaches, tiny fishing villages and Britain's best mudflats and salt marshes. - a bird watchers paradise.
Enjoy the great East Anglian outdoors, cycle round the quiet country lanes and discover the many hidden treasures to be found all over the region. Drop into the quaint rural pubs and enjoy a pint of fine local ales or drink in the exotic perfume of the roses in the beautiful gardens at the Abbey in Bury St Edmunds. Or why not visit the unique exhibits at Duxford Air Museum. Whatever, your pleasure, there will be something to please you in East Anglia!
Stretching from The Wash in the north almost to the edge of London in the south, the six counties of East Anglia have something to cater for every adventurous holiday or short break:
Norfolk: Bressingham Steam & Gardens, Banham Zoo, Pleasurewood Hills, Sandringham
Bedfordshire: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Woburn Abbey, Woburn Safari Park, Stondon Motor Museum
Cambridgeshire: University of Cambridge, Nene Valley Railway, Ely Cathedral, Imperial War Museum Duxford
Hertfordshire: Paradise Wildlife Park, Broxbourne, Knebworth House, Knebworth, Royal Gunpowder Mills, Waltham Abbey, Fairlands Valley Park
Suffolk: Ickworth House, Bury St Edmonds, Oford Castle, Woodbridge, High Lodge Forest Centre, Brandon, Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Bungay
Essex: Colchester Zoo, Colchester, RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Chelmsford, Audley End House, Saffron Walden, Tilbury Fort, Tilbury