Here's the best of the rest.
- Landmark Trust
> Tower page
- Owners since 1999, they give a quick introduction to the Tower and include
a photo too.
- Folly Fellowship
- A pressure group to protect, preserve and promote follies
- British Tourist Authority
> The Eccentric East
- Passing mention of the Tower, this time along with the Ickworth rotunda and
the House in the Clouds at Thorpe Ness.
- Marcus Bateman's Pages
- You'll find everything you could conceivably want to know about the village
on Marcus's comprehensive site. Includes a detailed history, info about notable
families, and even an index of the Freston census returns. Quality stuff.
- Simon's Suffolk Churches
- Lots of nice photos and information about the church of St Peter in the
village. One small part of Simon Knott's extensive site.
- Suffolk Country Walks
> Freston walk
- Michael Anderton, aka Mike The Hike, has a local walk published in the
Ipswich Evening Star every Saturday; he also puts them online, luckily for us.
- Genealogical info for Freston, most of which has been prepared by Marcus
- Shotley Peninsula Online
- A community website for the area. At the time of writing, the Freston page
had photos but was waiting for some text.
- Glynn Thomas
- Original etchings available from an artist based just outside Ipswich.
- Orwell River Cruises
- A company that has scheduled river cruises from Ipswich to Harwich, taking
in Freston Tower, Pin Mill, etc.
- Stour & Orwell Estuaries
- Included on a page of historic landmarks together with the Royal Hospital
School, Mistley Towers, etc.
Please drop me an email if you're aware of any other interesting sites.