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Where? 'Aldeburgh is a charming and sedate seaside town, which grew from an old medieval fishing and shipbuilding centre. The wide high street has attractive Georgian shopfronts. Historic buildings include the Moot Hall (c.1520) and the church. Fishermen still pull their boats on to the steep shingle beach, and sell their catch each morning.' ­ Visit Suffolk

Could be anywhere. What's so special about it? If you can suffer the hooray Henrys and the hello Nigellas that descend from London at the weekend and the ageing population, Aldeburgh provides the quintessential English seaside town, or island, if authorities fail to stop the erosion of the Suffolk coastline soon.

Famous residents: Romantic poet George Crabbe and Benjamin Britten are from Aldeburgh and they won't let you forget it.

Work? With only one surgery and five GPs working in Aldeburgh under Suffolk Coastal PCT, you might have to commute elsewhere to work.

Schools? There is only one primary school in Aldeburgh and all other schools, independent or state, are all found outside the town. One of the nearest independent schools is Framingham College and prep, which was described as 'good quality' in its last inspection report.

Leisure? Aldeburgh is a sleepy seaside town in the true sense of the word, with one restaurant,

one cinema, two fish and chip shops and some tearooms. But there's also the Aldeburgh classical music festival in June and a carnival in the summer as well as miles of beautiful coastal footpaths. Traditional fishing boats sell fish straight off the beach.

From the local press: 'Anger at plan to withdraw vital drugs: A former MP whose wife is battling Alzheimer's disease has told of his anger at a proposal to withdraw three key drugs

used to fight the illness

from the NHS.'

­ East Anglian Daily Times April 26

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