The English coastal town of Aldeburgh is located in the area that is known as Suffolk, which is part of East Anglia. The town is located on the banks of the River Alde. The town of Aldeburgh is well known for being a blue flag site as it has a shingle beach and some fishermen huts where freshly caught fish is sold on a daily basis. The town of Aldeburgh is close to the village that is known as Thorpeness. The town is probably best known for its art festival, which takes place every year.
The town of Aldeburgh is very popular as a destination for weekend breaks. There is a lot of attraction in and around the town of Aldeburgh and these include the ancient Moot Hall, which is the place where the town council still meet nowadays. There is to family run fish and chip shops within the town and one of these is classed amongst the best fish and chip shops in the Untied Kingdom. The town of Aldeburgh is located within the area that is known as Suffolk Coast and Heath. The beach within the town was awarded blue flag status in 2005.
There are a few landmarks in and around the town of Aldeburgh and these include the Moot Hall, which is a timber building. This hall has been used for council meeting for over four hundred years and it is still used nowadays. The town clerks office is still located within the hall as well.