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Afternoon Tea Walk: The Origins of Ipswich

Location: Start at The Hold
Date: 22 October, 2021
Time: 2:00 – 3:30pm
Price: £9 (includes a hot drink and sweet treat from The Café at The Hold)

Ipswich claims to be the oldest English town and was the only town in East Anglia until the 9th century. How can that be? What might the first houses have looked like? Why did the town become a thriving centre for international trade and craft production? This walk will provide some answers as we explore sites associated with the first Anglo Saxon settlers.

Price includes tour ticket and a hot drink and sweet treat from The Café at The Hold. Ticketholders are able to redeem their food and drink on the day of the Afternoon Tea Walk.

This walk will be delivered by the Ipswich Tourist Guides Association.

Information about Walks: 

Starting Location: All walks will start at The Hold.
Times: All walks will start at 2.15pm. Please arrive 10 minutes early for registration. The duration of all walks is approximately 90 minutes, unless otherwise arranged.
Accessibility: All walks are designed for step free access. Assistance dogs are welcome. Other dogs cannot be accommodated.
Health and Safety: The pace of the walk will be adjusted for the comfort of all and the walk will commence with a short health and safety briefing.
Ticketing: The group size is limited to 20 paid customers. Children under the age of 12 are free. Up to 5 complementary tickets per walk are available, at the discretion of ITGA or , and can include children under the age of 12.

All walks are strictly no smoking. 

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