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RIVER, COAST AND COUNTRYSIDE

The River Deben and a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, both on your doorstep.

STREETS AHEAD FOR SHOPPING

From high street brands to unique independents, Woodbridge town centre boasts an eclectic retail offer.

EAT, SOCIALISE AND BE ENTERTAINED

Cafés, bars, restaurants and pubs - there's something for everyone in Woodbridge.

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From watersports to cycling, Woodbridge is perfect for making the most of the great outdoors.

RIVER, COAST AND COUNTRYSIDE

Explore Suffolk’s beautiful landscapes.

Just 90 or so miles from London, Woodbridge is the gateway to Suffolk’s Heritage Coast, a captivating corner of the country with glorious, unspoilt coastal scenery, charming seaside resorts, picturesque villages and famous beauty spots. The region’s panoramic landscapes have inspired many artists, from Philip Wilson Steer to Maggie Hambling.

The Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 155 square miles between the Stour Estuary and the far north of the county. Featuring expansive wetlands, ancient heaths and windswept shingle beaches, it’s a haven for a rich variety of wildlife, including rare birds such as the bittern, woodlark, nightjar and Dartford warbler.

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STREETS AHEAD FOR SHOPPING

From basic essentials to designer brands.

Woodbridge has over 100 shops, ranging from famous high street names such as Laura Ashley and Seasalt, to independent stores selling everything from designer clothes and home furnishings to gifts, antiques and artisan food. Close to Whisstocks is the Adnams Cellar & Kitchen Store for craft beers, fine wines, kitchenware and gifts.

Taking place on alternate Saturdays in the Community Centre, the Woodbridge Farmers’ and Fine Foods Market features a range of Suffolk producers selling top quality fish, meat, bread, cheeses, preserves and more. Other regular events include the Vintage and Modern Market, book, antiques and craft fairs and a Christmas street market.

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EAT, SOCIALISE AND BE ENTERTAINED

Lunch with friends or a great night out.

Woodbridge’s many cafés, tea rooms, pubs, bars and restaurants cater for all tastes and budgets, serving everything from haute cuisine to pizza and pasta. Devout foodies will be in their element with many fine eateries serving mouth-watering cuisine which makes the most of the excellent local meat and produce.

The town also has a lively arts and entertainment scene with concerts, exhibitions and festivals, including the annual Woodbridge Art and Music Event programmed by writer and DJ Ben Osborne. Just a short walk from Whisstocks is the Riverside Cinema, Theatre and Restaurant, which presents a year-round programme of movies and live performances.

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A wealth of sports and leisure pursuits.

With almost 50 miles of open coastline and two major rivers, the Deben and the Orwell, Suffolk is naturally a major centre for sailing and watersports. Founded in 1838, Woodbridge’s Deben Yacht Club is one of the oldest in the world and there are numerous other clubs along the river and coast, catering for all ages and abilities.

Woodbridge’s Deben Pool and Gym is great for swimming or a workout and there are many other sports and leisure venues in the area, including facilities for football, cricket, tennis, squash, golf, horse riding and more. Alternatively, you can just get out and about to enjoy the glorious scenery, with many cross-country and riverside walking trails.

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Explore Suffolk’s beautiful landscapes.

Just 90 or so miles from London, Woodbridge is the gateway to Suffolk’s Heritage Coast, a captivating corner of the country with glorious, unspoilt coastal scenery, charming seaside resorts, picturesque villages and famous beauty spots. The region’s panoramic landscapes have inspired many artists, from Philip Wilson Steer to Maggie Hambling.

The Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 155 square miles between the Stour Estuary and the far north of the county. Featuring expansive wetlands, ancient heaths and windswept shingle beaches, it’s a haven for a rich variety of wildlife, including rare birds such as the bittern, woodlark, nightjar and Dartford warbler.

From basic essentials to designer brands.

Woodbridge has over 100 shops, ranging from famous high street names such as Laura Ashley and Seasalt, to independent stores selling everything from designer clothes and home furnishings to gifts, antiques and artisan food. Close to Whisstocks is the Adnams Cellar & Kitchen Store for craft beers, fine wines, kitchenware and gifts.

Taking place on alternate Saturdays in the Community Centre, the Woodbridge Farmers’ and Fine Foods Market features a range of Suffolk producers selling top quality fish, meat, bread, cheeses, preserves and more. Other regular events include the Vintage and Modern Market, book, antiques and craft fairs and a Christmas street market.

Lunch with friends or a great night out.

Woodbridge’s many cafés, tea rooms, pubs, bars and restaurants cater for all tastes and budgets, serving everything from haute cuisine to pizza and pasta. Devout foodies will be in their element with many fine eateries serving mouth-watering cuisine which makes the most of the excellent local meat and produce.

The town also has a lively arts and entertainment scene with concerts, exhibitions and festivals, including the annual Woodbridge Art and Music Event programmed by writer and DJ Ben Osborne. Just a short walk from Whisstocks is the Riverside Cinema, Theatre and Restaurant, which presents a year-round programme of movies and live performances.

A wealth of sports and leisure pursuits.

With almost 50 miles of open coastline and two major rivers, the Deben and the Orwell, Suffolk is naturally a major centre for sailing and watersports. Founded in 1838, Woodbridge’s Deben Yacht Club is one of the oldest in the world and there are numerous other clubs along the river and coast, catering for all ages and abilities.

Woodbridge’s Deben Pool and Gym is great for swimming or a workout and there are many other sports and leisure venues in the area, including facilities for football, cricket, tennis, squash, golf, horse riding and more. Alternatively, you can just get out and about to enjoy the glorious scenery, with many cross-country and riverside walking trails.