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Orwell Country Park, Ipswich
England

The Orwell Country Park and Bridge Wood are a popular retreat for Ipswich families. Sitting on the North Shore of the River Orwell it's hard to believe your just a few minutes drive from the bustling town centre. The park extends right down to the river shoreline offering fantastic views of the river and the Orwell Bridge.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2012
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Tags: ipswich; orwell country park; bridge wood; suffolk; river orwell
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