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Additional Guides

The Coast & Heaths newspaper front cover

Each year we produce a newspaper full of Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape, Partnership and community news. Our brand new, free newspaper is now available to read online, or pick up a copy from 100s of locations around the area.

Plus, lots of great information and content, including:

  • Walking guides & maps
  • Visitor highlights
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Birds and wildlife
  • Farming projects
  • Nature recovery work
  • Updates from the RSPB, National Trust and more

Other Guides

Each of the guides below link to a PDF document you can download or view online, just click to read more!

Suffolk Coast Four Foot Ferries (PDF)

Details of the four foot ferries in the National Landscape (Harwich-Felixstowe-Shotley, Bawdsey-Felixstowe Ferry, Butley and Walberswick-Southwold), including timetable and price information.

An image showing the visitor guide for Enjoying Heathland

Enjoying Heathland (PDF)

The heaths of the AONB and the wildlife to be found there, outlining where you can visit and the stories behind them.

A Guide to Suffolk Coast Art (PDF)

The Suffolk Coastline - for two hundred years a favoured venue for many of our leading landscape painters. This booklet summarises the art history of the Suffolk coast and explains how it may be used in the modern day.

Tides of Change 2 million years on the Suffolk coast (PDF)

This is an introduction to over 2 million years of change on the Suffolk coast. Rising seas and surging ice sheets have come and gone, leaving a legacy you can discover for yourself.

Southwold's Changing Fortunes Booklet (PDF)

This booklet aims to present the main findings from August 2014, a programme of archaeological excavation of test pits was carried out in the Suffolk coastal town of Southwold and the adjacent village of Reydon.

Suffolk's Changing Coast (PDF)

A look at the changing coastline in Suffolk, written by Liz Ferretti as part of the Touching the Tide project.

Life and Death at Barbers Point (PDF)

The story and findings behind the archaeological digs that have taken place beside the River Alde at Barber’s Point.

Map of Mystery (PDF)

An alternative map that allows you to enter a wide world of wonder, whether a visitor to our shores or a proud resident of our county, there is much to discover from our past and present.

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