Local Area        
St Marys church and the market square are at the heart of the town centre along with a small museum at the top of market street. Popular greyhound and banger racing at Mildenhall speedway. Fridays weekly market, swimming pool, library and playing fields all form part of this historic town. Home to USAF Mildenhall airbase.

Steeped in history and a wealth of natural attractions for the botanist and ornithologists on the “ Warren ” and a Wildlife Sanctuary near the station. St Marys church is well worth a visit and also home to USAF Lakenheath airbase .

A long and fascinating history, gateway to the Brecks. Enjoy Brandon Country Park, hire a boat on the little Ouse or just kick back and enjoy the forest

Located on the river Lark with charming bridges on the Cavenham road. Cavenham nature reserve is reputed to be haunted by a headless horseman.

The headquarters and home of British horse racing, attracting visitors from around the world. Has two race courses and the National Horseracing Museum. Stud tours are available during the year. Good shopping facilities and popular night time pub and club entertainment every weekend.

Isle of Ely actually. The main attraction is the cathedral, which originally was a double monastery for men and women. In 1109 the abbey became a cathedral and boasts an octagonal tower which is unique. Also to be found in Ely is the house where Oliver Cromwell lived, leader of the roundheads during the English civil war. Other attractions include the large Waterside antiques centre and a lively and interesting shopping area.

The war memorial is 113 feet high with 148 steps and the most beautiful forest scenery surrounding. Home of Center Parks, an indoor tropical paradise.

Bury St Edmunds
A major market and shopping town mixed amongst historic streets, buildings and ruins. Abbey Gardens are a must see together with a Greene King brewery tour and a visit to Britain’s smallest pub --The Nutshell. At night a good mix of local bars and several clubs, multiplex cinema and ten pin bowling centre makes Bury well worth a visit.

A must see City, the Cambridge colleges,beautiful scenery, a punting trip down the Cam and the areas best shopping facilities. This cosmopolitan city has it all. At night the many varied cafes, bars and clubs all spring into life to ensure that you have a night to remember.

An unspoilt conservation village with fine listed properties and a scheduled ancient monument. It has a long history with evidence of settlement from the Neolithic period.

Regarded as one of the best preserved tudor villages in Britain and boasts no less than 300 listed buildings.