A new series of guided walks of Ipswich will combine heritage and food in Suffolk’s county town.
The town’s Tourist Guides and the Borough Council’s Tourist Information Centre have put together a programme of “Guided Walks for a Foodie Heritage Fortnight”. Many end in some of the town’s many great cafés and restaurants and include refreshments, so you can discover more about Ipswich’s history and heritage and indulge that other great passion – food!
Walks will take place on various days at different times, including lunch times, afternoons, and evenings, so there will be a convenient time for everyone to join in the fun. The walks are taking place during a fortnight highlighting the heritage of Ipswich, commencing Friday 12thSeptember
The walks have various themes and include “What We Ate in Times Gone By”, “Horrible History of Ipswich”, “Waterfront Wander” and “Barley Beer and Brewing”.
Places are limited and must be booked in advance. The walks including supper will feature a set menu at a fixed price from which you can select at the time of booking. Bookings and information are available from Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, St Stephen’s Church, St Stephen’s Lane, Ipswich, telephone 01473 258070, email firstname.lastname@example.org