Monday 16th September 2019    

Join us on this popular trip on the Suffolk & Essex border as we call in at Lavenham  for a short while before heading to Dedham, Constables birth place where you will have time for a spot of lunch.  After lunch we head to Flatford Mill, scene of some of Constables most famous paintings.  If you feel fit you may want to walk across the footpaths to the Mill!

A visit to Flatford Mill in Flatford, East Bergholt, makes for a relaxing day out. The scene has been immortalised by John Constable in his painting of The Haywain, and the Mill is still recognisable. Attached to the Mill, which is a Grade 1-listed watermill originally built in 1733, is a 17th-Century miller’s cottage which is also Grade I listed. The Watermill is located in the centre of Dedham Vale, a wonderfully English village close to the border with Essex. This is part of the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so take your time to savour the area. The Mill was once owned by Constable’s father and Constable made both the Mill and the surrounding area the subjects of many of his works of art, which are now world famous.

 

8am Departure - travel in our new 16 seater minicoach

£30 per person - (excludes meals.)

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