status: Ceremonies and administrative county
region: East OF England
surface: 3,801 km ²
administrative seat: Ipswich
ISO 3166-2: GB-SFK
- Entire (2002)
- density:

districts Ipswich Suffolk Coastal
  1. Suffolk
  2. Babergh avoided
  3. 671.931
  4. 177/
  5. km
  6. Sp Edmundsbury
  7. Forest Heath

Suffolk is a county north of London. Together with Cambridge-almost and Norfolk this range of England also East Anglia is called. The county borders on Cambridge-almost in the west and Essex in the south. The principal place is Ipswich, other important places is Bury Saint Edmund, Lowestoft and Stowmarket

from 1889 to 1974 was Suffolk in two administrative counties, East Suffolk and west Suffolk divided.

cities and localities

  • Aldeburgh
  • Beccles, Blundeston, Blythburgh, Bradenham, Bramford, Brandon, Bungay, Bury pc.Edmund
  • Capel pc. Mary, Cavendish
  • Ditchingham, Dunwich
  • East mountain-gets, Eye
  • Felixstowe, Framlingham
  • Hadleigh, Halesworth, Haverhill, Herringfleet, Honington, Hintlesham
  • Ipswich
  • Kesgrave, Kessingland, Kettlebaston
  • Leiston, Lowestoft - easternmost city of Great Britain
  • mild-resound
  • Needham Market, Newmarket, Norton
  • Orford, Oulton Oulton Broad
  • sp Olaves, Saxmundham, Saxtead, Saxtead Green, Shelley, Snape, Somerleyton, Southwold, Sudbury
  • Walberswick, Wickham Market, Woodbridge
  • Yoxford

objects of interest

  • Suffolk Broads
  • Broads national park
  • Suffolk Heritage Coast
  • Suffolk Coast and Heaths Path
  • Dedham Vale
  • Orford Ness and Castle
  • Framlingham Castle
  • Saxtead Green post office Mill
  • Southwold Lighthouse
  • Clare Castle
  • Leiston Abbey
  • Sue Ryder Foundation museum
  • Norfolk and Suffolk aviation museum
  • Suez clay/tone Hoo
  • Aldeburgh festival
  • Adnams brewery

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Suffolk County Council


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