Walks Through History - Ipswich
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This is a collection of eight walks guiding visitors around the historic town of Ipswich. It explores the Riverside Paths, the judicial and administrative quarter and the Waterfront as well as the town centre.
It includes photographs and maps to accompany the walks. "Walks Through History" is a collection of eight walks designed for visitors, whether local or from away, to see what of the town's diverse past can still be seen today.
As well as exploring the Town Centre, special attention is paid to discovering the Riverside Paths, the judicial and administrative quarter and Ipswich Town Football Club.
Two of the walks take in the fast-changing and rapidly developing Waterfront where the University College Campus and new marinas have transformed the quays.
As the Town Guides are rightly fond of saying, walking through Ipswich without a guide is like going round with the sound turned off.
About the Author
Journalist and author CAROL TWINCH has written about Essex industry, farming, countryside and culture for over 20 years.
A lifelong visitor to the county, she is constantly fascinated by its endless variety and diversity, and with her husband sails regularly off the Essex coast.
As well as contributing to various magazines and newspapers, Carol has worked in local television and radio and written books on agricultural, social and local history as well as a number of short stories.
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