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LIVE AND THRIVE IN WOODBRIDGE AND BEYOND
With an impressive list of amenities, a rich history and heritage, a choice of well-regarded schools and an excellent range of travel links, Woodbridge guarantees an enviably balanced lifestyle full of opportunity and adventure.
Nestled on the banks of the River Deben and on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Woodbridge provides the ideal setting for daily life.
This historic market town is packed with a number of amenities catering to your everyday needs, including a selection of banks as well as two Co-op supermarkets, whilst a Marks & Spencer is just a short drive away in neighbouring Martlesham Heath. All ideal for completing the weekly shop.
Loved by residents and visitors alike, the iconic Tide Mill is one of Woodbridge’s most treasured features, with it being one of just two tide mills in the country still making stone ground wholemeal flour. With a packed schedule of milling times, you’ll always have the opportunity to see it in action.
Families will appreciate the choice of schools on the doorstep. Primary aged children are accepted at Woodbridge, St Marys C of E and Melton Community primary schools, all just under a mile from home, whilst older students are accepted at Farlingaye High School just a short drive away. The renowned Woodbridge Senior School is just next door, with its Prep and Pre-Prep campuses both just a short drive away by car.
Getting around is easy thanks to Woodbridge’s impressive range of travel links. You can be on the A12 in just five minutes for direct links to Lowestoft, Ipswich (via the A14) and Colchester, with rail travel made simple as well thanks to the services available from Woodbridge Station, just under two miles from home. In addition to services into neighbouring towns, Woodbridge Station also offers services to Ipswich where you can change for further connections to Cambridge, Norwich, Peterborough and London Liverpool Street.
When it comes to eating out in Woodbridge, you will be spoilt for choice, with an array of traditional pubs, charming tearooms, cafés and vibrant restaurants serving a variety of cuisines.
The Unruly Pig is an award winning pub boasting some of the best food in the area. Other local places to eat include The Galley, The Table and many more. Woodbridge isn’t short on shopping opportunities either, with its historic streets lined with high-street names, boutiques and independent retailers ranging across fashion, homewares, beauty and food and drink.
Distances from Queens Drive
HOW TO FIND US
Leave the A12 by taking the 3rd exit at the roundabout, marked A14(E). After 6.4 miles, rejoin the A12 for a further 6 miles. Then, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Grundisburg Road/B1079. Turn left onto Chapel Street then continue onto Bredfield St and Queens Drive will be on the left.
Welcome to the prestigious Woodbridge School. A community built upon christian values and the quality relationships between pupils, parents and staff work alike
Woodbridge is an Independent co-educational day and boarding school in Suffolk for ages 4-18, providing a mix of warmth and kindness coupled with focus and purpose. The pastoral ethos is at the school’s heart, and it is tangible in the relationships between pupil and teacher, and between the pupils themselves. It is the cornerstone of the Woodbridge education. We work with parents so that a child entering their first years at school in Reception will emerge from Sixth Form prepared and ready to face the challenges of the modern world.
Visit woodbridgeschool.org.uk for more information.