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Framlingham

The market town of Framlingham in Suffolk, England was recorded in the Domesday book and is of. Of Anglo-Saxon origin.

As with most of the small towns in this area, Framlingham is quant and while the population is still small compared to some of the larger cities nearby, there is a beauty and sense of well being one can appreciate from the first moment. You can’t help but feel that this is a place you would be happy to raise your family.

There are a few things of note in this town, one being the medieval Framlingham Castle. This is one of the town’s major features. The town also features the two oldest functioning Post Office pillar boxes in the United Kingdom. These are dated from 1856 and they are located on Double Street and College Road respectively.

Framlingham also has the distinction of being home to one of the smallest houses in Britain, known as the “Check House”. The Check house was converted into a two-storey residence of almost twenty-nine square metres. It was the former bookmakers office is located in the Mauldens Mill Estate in the town centre.

Airfield

Whatever Framlingham is or isn’t does not make it any less of a great starting point to go visit one of the Medusa Juice Vape Shops. You can take a leisurely drive to one of the two locations in King’s Lynn, either the kiosk in the bus station or the original shop located on Lynn Road. Or if you prefer, you can go to the store in Norwich or the one in Peterborough. Of course, you can always make a day of it and go see all four. You will always find great bargains on equipment, e-liquids and Medusa Juice clothing.

Framlingham is also home to the comprehensive secondary school Thomas Mills High School. It also has the independent school Framlingham College, the Church of St Michael the Archangel and Framlingham Town Football Club. Be sure to catch a game and don’t forget your Medusa Juice e-liquids and tank for a really good time.

Framlingham plays an important military role and has since World War II. It houses Framlingham airfield. The field was built in 1942. It was used by the United States Army Air Forces Eighth Air Force. Built as a standard heavy bomber airfield to Class A specification. The three intersecting runways were of 2,030, 1,440 and 1,430 yards length. There was an encircling concrete perimeter track and fifty aircraft hardstands, along with two T-2 hangars, technical sites and Nissen hut accommodations for some three thousand persons, which were dispersed in the surrounding countryside.

Other Things Of Note

While no part of the airfield fell within the boundary of Framlingham parish, the site being some three miles to the east, it is nonetheless credited with the airfield and its administrative buildings. The airfield was opened in 1943 and was given USAAF designation Station 153. After the war, Framlingham Airfield became a clearing station for the rehabilitation of Polish nationals before being abandoned and closed in late 1948.

The land where it was located was returned to agriculture and the runways were broken up and ground into aggregate. Buildings were allowed to rot and or they were used for farm storage. This included the Control Tower which was shot up and abandoned after the Americans held a riotous farewell party there in August 1945.

If you want to tour the area in style with Big Sky Classic Car Hire. Here you can hire one of their fantastic automobiles and go anywhere and everywhere in style. This surely must be one of the most incredible ways of enjoying a vaping experience that there is. The only thing that would make it better is if you were enjoying the Medusa Juice premium e-liquids.

Afterwards, you could tour one of East Anglia’s oldest commercial vineyards. Shawsgate Vineyard produces a range of White, Red and Rosé wines as well as Quality English Sparkling wines. So be sure to get yourself over there and enjoy.

Things To Do

In 2006, Country Life magazine voted Framlingham the number one place to live in the country. Framlingham has a conservation area.

Some other fun places to see or things to do include The Lanman Museum. This is a museum of local history which is housed inside Framlingham Castle. The Lanman Museum is an independent museum run by volunteers and is based on the collection of the late Harold Lanman.

Within are some fascinating artefacts representing all of activities that you can enjoy in the area, particularly relating to the end of the 18th and early 20th century. This includes education, entertainment and farming. The case of artefacts relating to Sir Henry Thompson is of particular interest with gifts of Faberge from the Royal family for medical services rendered as well as from other aspects of his broad range of interests. He was the founding father of the Cremation Society, and an exhibitor at the Royal Academy, as well as being a writer and early adopter of the motor car.. Overall it presents an interesting view of a lifestyle and era which is no longer here.

While you’re out and about, be sure to stop by and look at the great little selection found at Witchball Antiques. The shop is small but interesting and has some decent pricing on their inventory. You can take a stroll through the town afterwards and take advantage of the chance to enjoy the fine e-liquids from Medusa Juice.

Nearby is the beauty shop, The Retreat. They specialize in taking care of wedding beauty needs for the entire family. Stop in and get a consultation today.

Before leaving Framlingham, be sure to enjoy a dinner or drinks at one of the local pubs and enjoy your favourite Medusa Juice e-liquids.

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