Station Road Car Park, behind community centre (IP12 4AU) - Disabled toilet and baby change facilities
John Brett in the EADT Education special today talking about how parents can help their children to settle into the new school year.
Jetty Lane, opposite the boat yard (IP12 4BB)- Disabled toilet and baby change facilities
Hamblin Road – IP12 1BG – short stay Pay & Display
Theatre Street – IP12 4NE – long stay Pay & Display
Woodbridge and the River Deben WalkWalking Guide designed to help you explore the area
Woodbridge has its own brass band, the Excelsior, which was formed in 1846 and is the oldest community brass band in East Anglia. There is a local radio station. The town also has a well-maintained two-hectare walled park. Also of interest ecologically are the Quaker Burial Ground and Fen Meadow, 2.67 hectares of traditionally managed grassland.
Recent archaeological discoveries at Rendlesham and the surrounding area will be going on display in September.Venerable Bede, an 8th century English monk, described a royal palace in Suffolk which can now be identified as Rendlesham as the finds prove Rendlesham was home to one of the “la...
We are delighted to invite you to participate in the 2016 Woodbridge Young Poets Competition. Poetry is a wonderfully versatile means of self-expression and I very much hope that you enjoy the creative process of coming up with your entry for the competition. more...
Woodbridge lies in the Suffolk Coastal district of the shire county of Suffolk. The Town Council was formed in 1974 as a third-tier successor to the Urban District Council and has a mayor and 16 councillors elected for four wards. The town lies in Suffolk Coastal parliamentary constituency and is currently represented by Conservative Therese Coffey. and County Councillor Liberal Democrat Caroline Page.
Abellio Greater Anglia Operate direct train services to Ipswich and Lowestoft, and on-going connections to Norwich, Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.
Opposite Hamblin Road Car Park (IP12 1BG)- Disabled toilet and baby change facilities
You are welcome to book an appointment for a personal visit to meet with us and take a look around the
The girls’ hockey season has started with a bang. The Juniors already had a friendly tournament at Orwell Park which provided much to be excited about. Senior hockey matches also got underway this week, with the 1st and 2nd team playing against Langley.
Frequent markets are held on the Market Hill in the shadow of the beautiful Shire Hall. Seasonal food markets, (look out for locally grown asparagus) vintage markets, craft markets and many more supplement the local shopping scene throughout the year and give the local producers an opportunity to meet customers and show off their wares.
There are dozens of wonderful walking routes in Suffolk, many of which reveal hidden gems of the countryside. With various types of habitat making up the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty across the Suffolk Coast and Heaths you are sure to enjoy stunning views and encounter a menagerie of wildl...
The area was under Roman occupation for 300 years following Queen Boadicca's failed rebellion in 59 A.D. but there is little evidence of the Romans' presence. When the Roman soldiers were recalled to Rome in 410 A.D., there was a substantial Anglo-Saxon (Germanic) settlement. It was the Angles who gave East Anglia its name.
Woodbridge School operates 11 school bus services, all of which drop off at, and collect from, the Senior School and The Abbey. more...
96.7% achieved five A*-C grades including English and Maths
The Avenue – IP12 4BA – long stay Pay & Display
The town's rail station is located on Station Road, Woodbridge IP12 4AU.
There are numerous clubs and associations in the town, including sports clubs for association football, badminton, birdwatching, bowls, cricket, cruising, netball, road running, rugby football, swimming, tennis, golf (Ufford Park), yachting and archery.
A young 1st team took a while to get used to new structures in defence and applying key principles but eventually found their
All train tickets can be purchased via the Abellio Greater Anglia Website or the app.
Please have a look around. There is so much information that can help you to dive into Woodbridge’s rich heritage, enjoy the finest local food and shop ’til you drop. Not to mention being able to browse the range of accommodation in the area and find out about all the upcoming events and classes.
The so-called Rendlesham Forest incident took place in nearby Rendlesham Forest in 1980. Unexplained lights were seen in the sky close to RAF Woodbridge, a United States Airforce airfield, and there were claims that a UFO had landed in the forest. The incident continues to interest ufologists and vigorous debates take place between those who believe that an alien spacecraft landed there and the people who offer alternative explanations.
The town has state and grant-aided primary and secondary education at Farlingaye High School, Woodbridge Primary School, Kyson Primary School, and St Mary's Church of England Voluntarily Aided Primary School. It has a coeducational independent school, Woodbridge School, with junior and senior departments and facilities for boarding.
Covering every type of item from DIY and craft supplies to wool shops, outdoor clothing, boutiques, deli’s cook shops, tailors, and even a violin shop (almost as iconic as Tide Mill).
We are delighted to announce that a group of Wo...
Neil Tetley, Headmaster, said “This is an outstanding set of GCSE results and maintains our excellent standards of recent
Local services to Ipswich, Felixstowe, Saxmundham, Framlingham and Martlesham.
Choose Woodbridge is the business and tourism association for Woodbridge, Suffolk. This website is a hub for the latest information, events, news, offers, jobs and much more to help visitors to plan their trips and locals to stay informed.
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There are two Church of England churches: the medieval St Mary's on Market Hill, and the Victorian St John's on St John's Hill.
National Trust Sutton Hoo is home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. Walk around the ancient burial mounds and discover the incredible story of the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasured possessions. Come face to face with your ancestors and explore the award-winning exhibition, the full-size reconstruction of the burial chamber, stunning replica treasures and original finds from one of the mounds, including a prince's sword.
62% of students obtained one A* or more in their GCSEs
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Lime Kiln Quay – IP12 1AZ – long stay Pay & Display
From Norwich, follow the A146 then onto the A12 (south bound)
On 12 October 1534, Prior Henry Bassingbourne confirmed Henry VIII's supremacy over the Church and rejected the incumbent "Roman Bishop". Nonetheless, Woodbridge Priory was dissolved three years later.