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Come and explore all that Woodbridge has to offer, from stunning river walks to ancient and historic buildings and wild meadow orchids.

Woodbridge Town Council are the custodians of many spaces within the town. Filled with history and heritage, art and culture, Woodbridge has so much to offer its residents and visitors alike.

Why not take a walk along the historic riverside, where Saxons once rowed their long boats, to really enjoy this truly unique setting. Meander through the town set amongst buildings that date back as far as the 15th century to the magnitude of restaurants, cafés, and shops. You will not be lost for something to see and do in Woodbridge.

Woodbridge is home to an abundance of parks and open spaces, there are four children’s play areas in the town. Elmhurst Park has recently installed sensory, ramped play equipment and a wheelchair accessible trampoline.

Woodbridge Town Council have sponsored several electric bikes that are available to hire from Virtue Electric Bikes, please contact them for more details on how you can explore the town by bike.

Virtue Electric Bikes

If you would like further information on the town, local businesses and upcoming events please visit Choose Woodbridge’s website for more information.

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Shire Hall

The magnificent 16th Century Shire Hall is available for your special event. 
Weddings  •  Private Dining  •  Meetings

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Market Square

Located beside the Shire Hall, in an elevated position on Market Hill lies the town’s Market Square.

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Whisstocks Historic Riverside

A Buzzing Hub of Shops, Restaurants and History by the River Deben. Amazing river views. 
Music Events  •  Markets  •  Meetings

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Elmhurst Park

On the border of an area of outstanding natural beauty, Elmhurst Park has started a process of rewilding to provide a more natural landscape that supports natural processes and encourages habitats and ecosystems to thrive.
Open Space  •  Available for Hire  •  Events

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Kingston Field

Kingston Field was donated to the Town in 1955, it is situated near the River Deben and offers a large grassed area for outdoor activities and games.

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Fen Meadow

Fen Meadow is a predominantly a grassland meadow which has been managed in a traditional manner situated to the south of Seckford Street.

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Quaker Burial Ground

The Burial Ground is managed as a conservation area to help support and attract wildlife. Located in Turn Lane, just of Church Street.

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Broomheath is a small area of natural green space which overlooks Martlesham Creek on the River Deben and is located off Sandy Lane.

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War Memorial & Garden of Remembrance

A tranquil setting within a buzzing area of Woodbridge, the Garen of Remembrance and War Memorial is a place to remember and show gratitude to the local residents whose lives were lost.

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Allotments can be extremely rewarding and contribute to the green spaces and habitats we manage in the Town.

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