In addition to its historical legacy, Suffolk is also putting itself on Britain’s food map, according to The Telegraph.
Both Bury St Edmunds and Woodbridge were listed in The Telegraph’s Top 20 Foodie Hotspots. For Bury they had this to say:
They have been partying in Bury St Edmunds since Saxon times, and the enjoyment of food and drink is integral to the life of this prosperous market town. From the April beer festival to the end-of-year Christmas Fayre, any excuse for a knees-up will do. The twice-weekly market in the town centre is a real free-for-all.
All true! And for Woodbridge:
Woodbridge’s twice-monthly farmers’ market is a great place to sample local produce and chat to producers passionate about what they do. The area has a rich agricultural history and, with the sea less than 10 miles away, there is plenty of variety on display.
St Neots in Cambridgeshire, Saffron Walden in Essex and Burnham Market in Norfolk were also included in the list.