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Snape Maltings

Snape, Nr Aldeburgh, Suffolk. IP17 1SR Category Food and Drink, Museums & Galleries, Shopping, For the Family, For the Kids, For Adults
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Snape Maltings is on the brink of the largest single development since its origin in 1846 which will secure its future for generations. From the outside little will change . The industrial buildings with their varing roofscapes, the Suffolk red bricks and breathtaking arches will always be gaurded.

What will evolve is a cultural and creative landscape; with world class musical facilities, the opportunity to live permanently at Snape Maltings, a heritage centre to reflect life through the founder, Newson Garrett's eyes, and a major expansion to House and Garden, bringing a shopping experience never seen before in Suffolk.

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