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A Postcard from the Castle on the Hill, Framlingham, Suffolk - 14th July 2018

We head over to Framlingham to have a poke around the market and then visit Framlingham Castle, made famous by Ed Sheeran in the song "Castle on the Hill". Ed's not there, but we get some cheese and a French stick and have an impromptu picnic under the big tree before having a walk around the walls.

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2018 We stop by in Diss first, where Mere Street is looking busy and festive, what with its bunting

We stop by in Diss first, where Mere Street is looking busy and festive, what with its bunting

2018 Framlingham market, and the plant stall

Framlingham market, and the plant stall

2018 More Fram market

More Fram market

2018 A nice pie and cheese stall

A nice pie and cheese stall

2018 Isobel walks past a fancy McClaren sports car of some sort

Isobel walks past a fancy McClaren sports car of some sort

2018 Picnic under a twisty tree

Picnic under a twisty tree

2018 Harry roams around

Harry roams around

2018 The gang stride off to the castle, past the Castle Inn pub

The gang stride off to the castle, past the Castle Inn pub

2018 Heading to the entrance

Heading to the entrance

2018 Harry and Fred play a giant game of four-in-a-row

Harry and Fred play a giant game of four-in-a-row

2018 Isobel looks on

Isobel looks on

2018 The gang try hats on

The gang try hats on

2018 Fred climbs up a tower

Fred climbs up a tower

2018 A view over the Mere towards Framlingham College

A view over the Mere towards Framlingham College

2018 An alternative view of the Red House from the ramparts

An alternative view of the Red House from the ramparts

2018 Fred tries to climb out of an arrow slit

Fred tries to climb out of an arrow slit

2018 Inside Fram castle

Inside Fram castle

2018 The English Heritage shop is selling actual swords

The English Heritage shop is selling actual swords

2018 There's a gnarled old tree stump by the castle walls

There's a gnarled old tree stump by the castle walls

2018 Harry on the hill

Harry on the hill

2018 Isobel and Harry

Isobel and Harry

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We stop by in Diss first, where Mere Street is looking busy and festive, what with its bunting