An area of awe-inspiring vistas, contrasting landscapes and diverse wildlife. Woodland groves and heathland walks lead down to wildlife rich reedbeds and and the riverside concert hall at Snape Maltings for concerts and creative events. Walking, cycling, canoeing, river trips, your senses will be stunned by the wonderful views.
The station located in Campsea Ashe, which is interestingly named after a village two miles away; Wickham Market, has a fascinating history and played an important role in the prosperity of the local towns in East Anglia. Read on for a brief history of the railway station at Campsea As...
Mornings are transformations. Britten once told me about them at Snape Mill. How he would leave a shiny black piano downstairs and find a matt white one when he woke up. Old, old flour would drift down on it from the seamy beams all night. Ronald Blythe, The Time by the Sea
Snape is a true gem and whether you’re visiting for the day or on holiday in the area there are plenty of things to keep the whole family entertained. Read on for our Top 5 Things to do in Snape this Summer.
10 - 26 June 2016
1st-13th July from 10am-5pm
30th September - 2nd November