January 23th, 2018

A walk around the burial mounds at Sutton Hoo and a short walk around Woodbridge.

Information panel about the Sutton Hoo burial mounds
The entrance to Sutton Hoo
History of the mounds at Sutton Hoo
Panorama of the Sutton Hoo ship burial site.
Sutton Hoo burial mound one, reconstructed.
The Sutton Hoo burial mounds, with Tranmer House in the background.
Whitefaced Woodland and Manx Loaghtan sheep graze around the Sutton Hoo burial mounds
Burial mound 1
Sutton Hoo
Burial mound 1
Sutton Hoo
The sheep are very tame and all have names.
Sutton Hoo.
Hoo needs a dog?
Burial Mound 1, from the
viewing platform.
Sutton Hoo
Sutton Hoo burial mounds seen
from the viewing platform.
Some of the 20 Sutton Hoo
burial mounds seen
from the viewing platform.
Anti-glider trench.
Sutton Hoo.
Pig farm bordering the Sutton Hoo burial site
Oink
Whitefaced Woodland - Blue ribbon prize winner.
Archaeologist Angus Wainwright talks to Gillian about the Sutton Hoo burial site.
Display helmet by scultor Rick Kirby, 2002.
Sutton Hoo Museum.
Close up of the display helmet. Sutton Hoo Museum.
The Gar Seat.
Sutton Hoo.
'Hands'
by scultor
Rick Kirby, 2016
On display outside Woodbridge Quay Church.
Bernard Barton, Quaker and
Lyric Poet, lived here.
1784-1849.
Woodbridge, Suffolk

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