Edwardian Nina Layard unearthed Anglo Saxon cemetery in Hadleigh Road

Started by gash, May 03, 2016, 07:48:50 am

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No sign of water just here but the valley runs south and then east, across Bixley Road and then parallel with Bucklesham Road, where the first surface trickle is encountered. It continues onto Purdis where it forms ponds on Ipswich Golf Club's course. On to Foxhall then Newbourne where it gets a name on the map, and finally to Kirton Creek, where it discharges into the Deben.

In a mere eight miles and a few feet of descent the trickle has become a small river with a wealth of wildlife but it is at the Ipswich end that our journey starts. Opposite Henslow Road today is a children's pocket park, entered through marching band-shaped gates of fascinating interest.

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