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Guides and Maps : Constable Country

North Norfolk

Lower Stour

Discover the Lower Stour

Terry Palmer
ISBN 978 1 85215 0297

The River Stour rises in Cambridgeshire and flows south east for around 47 miles through some of the most charming countryside in the eastern counties. It trickles past old-world Clare and Cavendish, home of the Sue Ryder Foundation; it babbles by Long Melford and its stately halls; it flows through Sudbury, birthplace of England's great portrait painter Thomas Gainsborough. Then it chuckles through Constable Country, its waters sliding beneath Flatford Mill where England's finest landscape painter, John Constable, spent his childhood. At Dedham it reaches the home of Sir Alfred Munnings, renowned for his paintings of horses, and Tom Keating, the brilliant artist who could imitate the styles of all other painters, until finally the river becomes an estuary and flows as a great stream between Harwich and its rival port of Felixstowe.

Discover the Lower Stour shows you the history and mystery of this enchanted region from Boadicea to Borley Rectory - but also has practical information on where to stay and eat, the hotels, B&Bs, pubs and restaurants.

Constable Country Walks

Constable Country Walks

Walking Map
ISBN 978 1 85215 0310

A selection of routes for walkers from 1 - 3 hours
Shows positions where John Constable stood to paint many of his most famous landscapes.
Translated into English, French & German

Based on Ordnance Survey
mapping with permission of HMSO.
Crown copyright (MC100020020)

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