This week we have been celebrating Southwold’s green spaces as part of LoveParksWeek – a national campaign by Keep Britain Tidy
As the week draws to a close, we head to the distinctive Southwold ‘Greens’. When Southwold was re-built following a devastating fire in 1659, Southwold’s collection of Greens were left as fire breaks to prevent fire spreading again in the future.
The town’s famous Greens remain today and include: Barnaby Green, Bartholomew Green, East Green, North Green, South Green, St James’ Green and Tibby’s Green. So whether you are looking to sit quietly with a book or enjoy a picnic with friends, there are plenty of Greens to choose from!
More information on Love Parks Week can be found HERE