Country Living show opens its doors
IPSWICH: This year’s County Living Show got under way today with more than 40 exhibitors showing off a range of Christmas present ideas.
Formerly known as Treasures of Suffolk, the show brings together retail stands from Suffolk and surrounding areas to offer a luxury lifestyle shopping experience.
The show is held at Wherstead Park, the home of the East of England Co-operative Society, and is supported by The Evening Star.
With Christmas just around the corner, it is the perfect opportunity to get your festive shopping done, in calm and luxurious surroundings, and all under one roof.
Paddy & Scott’s cafe is offering refreshments all day, so you can enjoy a little treat amidst your shopping marathon.
This year sees the return of many regular exhibitors, setting up alongside some newcomers to the show.
Each year, the show supports a local charity, and this year is the turn of the East Anglia Children’s Hospice (EACH) Treehouse Appeal.
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- 2 Firefighters called to Ipswich house fire
- 3 Ipswich residents' frustration over parking chaos
- 4 Man detained after early morning incident in Ipswich road
- 5 'Severe' delays on A12 outside Ipswich after crash closes road
- 6 Man who stole over £1,000 in power tools jailed for 876 days
- 7 Boy, 14, arrested after serious sex attack in Suffolk town is released
- 8 Long delays on A14 near Ipswich after police called to hole in the road
- 9 Some East of England Co-op stores unable to take cash
- 10 Men charged with heroin and crack cocaine offences in Ipswich
County Living is open from 10am to 4pm today and tomorrow and entry is �4 on the door, children are free and there is free car parking.
Wherstead Park is just off the A137, on the outskirts of Ipswich.