What Else To Do In Suffolk (and Beyond)
The Four Horseshoes

Our personal favourite pub, The Four Horseshoes in Thornham Magna is the perfect place for a dinner after our tour, or a place to spend the night if travelling from outside of Suffolk! This beautiful thatched ol' Suffolk pub has plenty of room with two function rooms, a large restaurant & bar, and a big beer garden & car park we can accommodate any meeting, function or party. The Four Horseshoes is nestled in the beautiful Suffolk countryside. with easy links to the local historic towns and situated just off the main A140, we are perfectly situated for those visiting the area or those who are away with work.

Spirit of Suffolk

Spirit of Suffolk offers a variety of wildlife and cultural tours as well as photography workshops, short books and photo prints. It is independently owned and operated by Philip Charles who looks to build and support a conservation-based economy that works to enhance the intrinsic value of the Suffolk countryside in a sustainable manner whilst educating and promoting good ethical practices in wildlife viewing and photography.

RAW Photographic

RAW Photographic was set up as a hub for professional photographers wanting to share their passion for photography and nature with others. Their core ideal is to support professional and creative development, whilst also providing fantastic, authentic and ethically-minded experiences that will last a lifetime.​ Their experience started out with managing and leading photographic workshops and safaris in South Africa, but they've now brought their experience, knowledge and passion to a new level and want it to to be as accessible to as many people as possible. Whilst working locally in the United Kingdom with workshops and seminars, their speciality is their African photographic safaris, working in some of their favourite game reserves where they hope to introduce the wonders of wild Africa to those looking to experience a truly memorable and memory-card-filling experience.

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