We spent the last week of May here as part of a tour of East Anglia. This is a delightful site of about an acre, half of which is supplied with 16A electric hook-ups. It has the most luxurious lavatory and shower room that we have ever found on a CL with the best electric shower that we have used anywhere. There is also a separate field used for caravan storage. As it is so close to the A14 there is a faint background sound of traffic but this is not enough to spoil the tranquillity of the site. The only improvement that we would make would be the addition of wi-fi. We know that many people use CLs to “get away from it all”, but we are geocachers and it would have been good to be able to upload our logs each day from the caravan rather than wait until we were at another site. The village of Woolpit is a half-mile stroll away along an asphalted public footpath that is accessed from a gate in the hedge along one side of the field. Woolpit has two pubs, a Co-op shop, a filling station with a shop attached, a fish and chip shop, a bakery, a hairdresser, a tea shop and an ancient church with a beautifully carved double hammer-beam roof. From here Bury St Edmunds, with its cathedral and abbey ruins, is only eleven miles away. There is also a large Tesco. In the other direction Stowmarket is only six miles away and has a large Asda.