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East Anglia

Named after an ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom, East Anglia has preserved much of its rural landscape, architecture and traditions.
The region covers the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, meaning visitors can choose to visit the award-winning beach in Great Yarmouth, take a stroll around the grounds of Norfolk’s Holkham Hall or enjoy a class of wine by the river in Cambridge

Five facts about Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten put a small seaside town on the classical music map forever after he launched Aldeburgh Festival

Hidden gems of Essex

Discover the collection of hidden gems in the capital’s commuter-belt county with our pick of the best kept secrets in Essex

Essex insider’s guide

Discover the collection of hidden gems in the capital’s commuter-belt county of Essex. 

John Constable Deadham Vale

Suffolk: A Guide to Constable Country

Meander through a masterpiece, wander along winding riverside footpaths, discover landmarks and appreciate an unchanged landscape. Take a look at some of Suffolk’s must see spots.