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Stowmarket, in mid-Suffolk, has suffered
badly over the years from undistinguished
development of the town centre and
unjustified neglect of its tourist potential.
For it has one redeeming, but
under-funded and often ignored (even by
some Stowmarket residents), feature: the
remarkable Museum of East Anglian Life
(MEAL). Its exhibits range from the
minutiae of a Suffolk Punch breeder's
entire collection of equine artifacts and
voice recordings, to highly decorative
Gypsy caravans, from Nissen huts full of WW2 memorabilia, and a collection of steam
engines to surviving rare livestock breeds. The estate house is now an art gallery, and
there's also a old water mill, as-yet undiscovered treasures in an archive still being
catalogued by a small army of volunteers, and centuries-worth of exhibits from what
made rural life in East Anglia 'tick'. It supplements its meagre arts funding by events
throughout the year, including jazz, beer and folk music festivals, steam rallies and many
other functions. It's the best preserved secret of mid-Suffolk, but a 'secret' it should
definitely not remain.
Stowmarket, in mid-Suffolk, has suffered badly over the years from undistinguished
development of the town centre and unjustified neglect of its tourist potential. For it has
one redeeming, but under-funded and often ignored (even by some Stowmarket
residents), feature: the remarkable Museum of East Anglian Life (MEAL). Its exhibits
range from the minutiae of a Suffolk Punch breeder's entire collection of equine artifacts
and voice recordings, to highly decorative Gypsy caravans, from Nissen huts full of WW2
memorabilia, and a collection of steam engines to surviving rare livestock breeds. The
estate house is now an art gallery, and there's also a old water mill, as-yet undiscovered
treasures in an archive still being catalogued by a small army of volunteers, and
centuries-worth of exhibits from what made rural life in East Anglia 'tick'. It supplements
its meagre arts funding by events throughout the year, including jazz, beer and folk
music festivals, steam rallies and many other functions. It's the best preserved secret of
mid-Suffolk, but a 'secret' it should definitely not remain.
Stowmarket, in mid-Suffolk, has suffered
badly over the years from undistinguished
development of the town centre and
unjustified neglect of its tourist potential.
For it has one redeeming, but
under-funded and often ignored (even by
some Stowmarket residents), feature: the
remarkable Museum of East Anglian Life
(MEAL). Its exhibits range from the
minutiae of a Suffolk Punch breeder's
entire collection of equine artifacts and
voice recordings, to highly decorative
Gypsy caravans, from Nissen huts full of WW2 memorabilia, and a collection of steam
engines to surviving rare livestock breeds. The estate house is now an art gallery, and
there's also a old water mill, as-yet undiscovered treasures in an archive still being
catalogued by a small army of volunteers, and centuries-worth of exhibits from what
made rural life in East Anglia 'tick'. It supplements its meagre arts funding by events
throughout the year, including jazz, beer and folk music festivals, steam rallies and many
other functions. It's the best preserved secret of mid-Suffolk, but a 'secret' it should
definitely not remain.

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Stowmarket, in mid-Suffolk, has suffered badly over the years from undistinguished development of the town centre and unjustified neglect of its tourist potential. For it has one redeeming, but under-funded and often ignored (even by some Stowmarket residents), feature: the remarkable Museum of East Anglian Life (MEAL). Its exhibits range from the minutiae of a Suffolk Punch breeder's entire collection of equine artifacts and voice recordings, to highly decorative Gypsy caravans, from Nissen huts full of WW2 memorabilia, and a collection of steam engines to surviving rare livestock breeds. The estate house is now an art gallery, and there's also a old water mill, as-yet undiscovered treasures in an archive still being catalogued by a small army of volunteers, and centuries-worth of exhibits from what made rural life in East Anglia 'tick'. It supplements its meagre arts funding by events throughout the year, including jazz, beer and folk music festivals, steam rallies and many other functions. It's the best preserved secret of mid-Suffolk, but a 'secret' it should definitely not remain.      
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