Some more photos from our camping trip in the Royal wedding week. We took a day trip to Lavenham in Suffolk, which is among the largest, best-preserved medieval villages in the country. In the town's wool-producing heyday there was a building boom, and most of the timber-framed buildings date from this time. A quirk of fate which saw the town's fortunes go from boom to bust over a comparatively short time left the residents unable to afford to continue building, so while tudor cottages elsewhere were being torn down and replaced by Georgian townhouses, Lavenham's streets were stuck in a time warp. Although many of the buildings have fallen victim to disrepair over the centuries (some were pulled down as recently as the 1920s), many beautiful wattle and daub structures survive, making it a lovely place for a wander.
I want this village as the backdrops for all my outfit posts!