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How much do you know about the National Trust in Suffolk? Find out with our quiz

PUBLISHED: 12:30 04 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:55 04 October 2017

Bridge Cottage seen from the lock gates on the River Stour at Flatford, Suffolk. This area was the inspiration for some of John Constable's most famous pictures. Picture: NATIONAL TRUST IMAGES/JUSTIN MINNS

Bridge Cottage seen from the lock gates on the River Stour at Flatford, Suffolk. This area was the inspiration for some of John Constable's most famous pictures. Picture: NATIONAL TRUST IMAGES/JUSTIN MINNS

©National Trust Images/Justin Minns

Suffolk is home to many great places cared for by the National Trust, so test your knowledge on their locations around the county.

Our county is full of many magnificent locations to visit, whether its a walk across a beach or witnessing a royal Anglo-Saxon burial site.
The National Trust is responsible for caring for many parts of the country and that is no different for Suffolk.
There are eight locations across the county that the Trust manages, ranging from the picturesque Stour Valley and Dedham Vale, famous for the landscape paintings by Suffolk’s very own John Constable, to the remarkable Georgian Italianate palace that is Ickworth house.

The National Trust was founded in 1895 by three people who loved the heritage of our country and wanted to preserve it for future generations to enjoy.

They care for all kinds locations and places of interest throughout the UK, with over 775 miles of coastline, 248,000 hectares of land, over 500 historic buildings and reserves and almost one million objects and works of art for the public to enjoy.

To find out more about the National Trust and its properties in Suffolk, visit their page.

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