10:00am to 4:00pm, Wednesday 8th June 2016
Aldeburgh is a small medieval town teetering on the edge of the North Sea. We will be having a look round the bits that are left, including a visit to the town museum to get the complete story. Did you know there used to be a pier into the sea?
Entry costs £2. The town is also associated with the composer Benjamin Britten who lived in The Red House for many years. This is now open and provides a time capsule of life as it was when he worked there, so we will be visiting there in the afternoon. Entry is £5, plus another £2.50 if you take the guided tour. Morning coffee in one of the cafes on the High Street, and picnic lunch in the grounds of The Red House.
Please contact David Gibson for more information or to book.David Gibson