Wadringfield Shore and the river Deben
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Wadringfield Shore and the river Deben

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A small village nestled by the side of the river Deben, Waldringfield is a popular retreat for families and walkers wishing to enjoy the unspoilt Suffolk countryside within the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths area of Outstanding Natural beauty.

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