Southwold In-Betweens

It has been many years since the In-Betweens visited Woodbridge, the ancient market town and port on the River Deben. Led by Sue and Peter McNally, the party of 17 followed the riverside path in bright sunshine from the unique tide mill, past boats of all descriptions, downstream to Kyson Point.

It has been many years since the In-Betweens visited Woodbridge, the ancient market town and port on the River Deben. Led by Sue and Peter McNally, the party of 17 followed the riverside path in bright sunshine from the unique tide mill, past boats of all descriptions, downstream to Kyson Point. Around this pleasant, partly wooded area owned by the National Trust, they spotted a slow worm, our native legless lizard, and heard a nightingale singing in the bushes. Returning to the town across the meadows, they passed the elegant Shire Hall before returning to their cars. Lunch was taken at an out-of-town garden centre.

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