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How to spend Father’s Day in Suffolk

Written by Jack Rayner

17 Jun 2022

4 min read

If you’re wondering what to do this Father’s Day, we’ve got a few ideas for you. Suffolk is bursting full of fantastic local eateries and bars to eat and drink the day away celebrating. For those also looking for some free activities for the day, read on to hear our branch staff’s recommendations for their favourite Suffolk spots.

Things to do in Suffolk for free

With the rising cost of living, we are aware of the squeeze on family spending and keeping the family entertained on a budget. That’s why we’ve picked out some of the best free things to do in Suffolk to help get you inspired.

Scroll through the carousel to see some of the best free things to do in Suffolk, including two of our branch staff kayaking on our gorgeous Suffolk waters. For our less adventurous members, there are plenty of beaches to take a casual stroll over or parks to walk the dogs.

Our friends at Suffolk Wildlife Trust have free to visit stunning nature reserves for wildlife lovers.

Places to eat and drink this Father’s Day in Suffolk

Suffolk offers plenty of restaurants that might take your fancy for a quick Father’s Day breakfast, lunch, or a bite to eat in the evening with a dinner reservation.

Our member assistants have picked out some of their favourite spots, including breakfast at Honey and Harvey in Woodbridge and dinner at the Sibton Whitehorse in Saxmundham.

Flick through the gallery below to tease your taste buds.

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