The Society will again be organising Ipswich's contribution to this national, in fact Europe-wide, event. Details have not been finalised at the time of going to press but there will be many venues which will open their doors to interested members of the public free of charge. All information will be published in the leaflets which the Society provides. They will be available from mid-August at the Tourist Information Centre, museums and libraries.
Although it is difficult to keep adding new venues to our list, some are well worth a second look and some you might have missed in the past. However, if you have visited almost everything previously there are two other aspects of Heritage Open Days to consider - you might collect a leaflet and encourage friends to go; or you might visit Norwich or Colchester for example and enjoy what they have to offer. (London's Open Days are usually a week earlier.) If you do stay in Ipswich, don't forget to pay your respects to Thomas Wolsey at Curs on Plain on your way to St Peter's Church; he wasn't here last year.