The mast, sadly in a state of disrepair, remains on the site of the former HMS Ganges, above, and right the original HMS Ganges, circa 1900, in harbour as seen from Bristol Hill. Below that, Bristol Hill as it is today.
Find out why these monkeys guard the old entrance to Woolverstone Hall on a tour of the peninsular. Below, the impressive Royal Hospital School.
St Mary's Church, Erwarton, which house, the organ, right, under which is reputed be Anne Boleyn's heart And, below Erwarton Hall. See this and more, while learning the full story during a peninsular tour
Shotley Peninsula affords fantastic views, as seen from above the Bristol Arms during a bungee jump, and, below, cultural evens aplenty, with Morris Dancing at Shotley Marina. Celebrities such as Griff Rhys Jones, with faithful companion Cadbury, have made their home on the peninsular
Looking down the River Stour at sunset. below, Pin Mill as seen from the Butt and Oyster.
Peregrine falcons have made Orwell Bridge their home, so they can look over, and hunt, at the entrance to the peninsular.