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The church dedicated to Saint Mary suffered from the ravages of a fire in 1665, this shows later restoration work and still houses an interesting Elizabethan monument anongst its treasures.
Haverhill offers excellent facilities, good shops, pubs and restaurants, it lies close to the waters of the lively River Stour and is ideally placed for visiting Sudbury, Bury St.Edmunds, Newmarket and Cambridge.
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in the county of Suffolk(2.3 miles, 3.8 km, direction E of Haverhill)
The Stour Valley footpath leads into Kedington which has several eye catching focal points, including a pretty arched bridge spanning the river and a lovely 18th-century watermill...
The outstanding feature of Saffron Walden is its rich variety of properties tangled around its web of ancient streets...
Set in enchanting border countryside where the fine old counties of Suffolk and Essex meet, lies the delightful village of Castle Hedingham which has pleasant buildings and an historic castle to explore...
in the county of Essex(9.9 miles, 15.9 km, direction S of Haverhill)
The village of Thaxted is stunningly beautiful with many reminders that it was once and perhaps always has been an extremely prosperous place...
This enchanting village with its unusual name lies at the western boundary of the county. Its quaint name comes from the joining of Great and Little Ambo in the 17th century...All towns in Suffolk
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This is the second oldest purpose-built museum in the country. It occupies a gracious russet brick building in an enclosed.....
Very little remains of Saffron Walden Castle, but what is here is well worth seeing for it is a fine example of a Norman.....
These perfectly laid out gardens were started in the mid 18th century by Atkinson Francis Gibson. They are particularly noted.....
Once, centuries ago in the days of Henry VIII a Benedictine Abbey stood here. A casualty of King's Dissolution caused by his.....
The octagonal towers with their stately onion domes rise above this russet brick building towards the broad Suffolk skies. .....
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Hotels & Accommodation in Haverhill
Withersfield, Suffolk, England (0.7 miles, 1.1 km)
Haverhill, Suffolk, England (0.9 miles, 1.4 km)
Steeple Bumpstead, Essex, England (3.2 miles, 5.1 km, direction S)
West Wickham, Cambridgeshire, England (3.4 miles, 5.5 km, direction NW)
Stoke by Clare, Suffolk, England (5.0 miles, 8.0 km, direction E)
The Studio at Flint Cottage
Balsham, Cambridgeshire, England (5.5 miles, 8.8 km, direction NW)
The Bell Hotel
Clare, Suffolk, England (6.4 miles, 10.4 km, direction E)
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Random England fact:
The first dinosaur bone was discovered in a limestone quarry at Cornwell village, near Chipping Norton in 1676. It was analysed by Robert Plot at the University of Oxford, who concluded it to be a thigh bone of one of the giant humans mentioned in the Bible. It has since been identified as belonging to a Megalosaurus.
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