As summer turns to autumn in Suffolk, fen raft spiders, willow emerald damselflies, migrant waders and otters are abound.
This circular walk explores a landscape that has attracted football stars and Impressionist painters alike.
Whether you want to find the freshest fish, go rockpooling with the kids, or simply want to escape the crowds – we’ve picked some of our favourite beaches in England.
To celebrate our Destination of the Month, the team at Discovering Britain have picked their favourite walks and viewpoints from around Britain.
Some people go to church, others go to churches.
Suffolk is home to an immense array of historical sites, monuments, museums and stately homes that showcase its rich history and Anglo-Saxon heritage.
Abundant in picturesque towns, magnificent country walks and a beautiful coastline, Suffolk has plenty of areas to explore.
Laurence Mitchell retraces John Constable’s steps on a walk through the Stour Valley.
Author Laurence Mitchell describes this delightful midwinter walk through the Waveney Valley.
This art of decorative plastering is a regular feature of buildings across Suffolk.