Suffolk Coast Photography Weekender, 6-8 January 2017
Join Frui Director James, and Frui photography guru Simon Tupper on a weekender to the beautiful coast of Suffolk, a places where James’ family roots come from.
On this weekender, we’ll be exploring the rugged mystery of the Suffolk coastline. From the beautiful and picturesque seaside town of Southwold, with its colourful beach huts and fisherman’s taverns, to the sublime beauty of Dunwich Heath National Park.
This part of the coast is where James’s family come from, so he knows all the beautiful spots to enjoy a bit of photography. This special Winter weekender will be a lovely get together for all you Frui regulars. So expect walks along the beach and cliff top, the best fish and chips in Britain, and cosy photo feedback sessions by the fire.
Look forward to seeing you there!
The beautiful coastal town of Southwold, the estuary fishing port of Lowestoft, rustic fishing boats of the beach of Dunwich, life boat cottages in the Dunwich Heath National Park, the medieval ruins of Grey Friars Monastery.
We have some discounted rates for rooms at the lovely Ship Inn, Dunwich. These start from £90 per person for a room, which also includes a special single occupancy rate.
· All photography tuition & handouts
· Road travel around Dunwich and Southwold area
· Evening photo feedback sessions
· Crafted itinerary of stunning locations and great restaurants
· As always with Frui tutors will organise everything for you and cater for your every need.
There will be plenty of walking involved over this weekend on uneven terrain so bring walking shoes/boots and ensure you are at a suitable fitness level. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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