Haverhill UK Town Trail

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Haverhill, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom

A free GPS sensitive, audio guide to some of the historical sites in Haverhill. Generally aimed at children aged 9-12 but hopefully with some interest for older and younger residents.

Produced by the Haverhill and District Local History Group. this version contains 18 points of interest and includes the High Street and beyond; from the Gasworks in Withersfield Road to Anne of Cleaves house. Camps Road and Burton End as far as the waterworks and three stops along the railway walk at either end of Tesco's and one just over the footbridge towards Sainsburys.

All feedback please to haverhillhistuk@gmail.com

Written by Paul Bond and narrated by Nicola Gambin

Version 1 - May 2020


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