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Pubs around Wickham Market

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The Duck

Welcome to The Duck...

The Duck is in an ideal place to welcome weary visitors returning by train as the pub is just across the road from the station. The train station at Campsea Ashe is 2 miles from the village of Wickham Market

Our traditional pub based in Campsea Ashe has recently been stylishly refurbished to make it the ideal place to find a cosy corner and relax, whilst enjoying the best of our chef’s seasonal dishes and our handpicked selection of wines, ales, lagers and spirits.

Community is at the heart of everything we do, and we believe there’s nothing better than meeting people and making memories over food with a glass of something you enjoy.

The Duck is a family friendly pub, the playing field and play apparatus next to the beer garden is perfect for the children that just want to play outside giving parents the rare chance to relax! We look forward to welcoming families to The Duck.

Opening Times: 

Wednesday - Saturday   12.00pm - 3.00pm, evening  6.00pm-11.00pm

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The Greyhound Inn

Stewart & Louise McKenzie welcome you to the Greyhound Inn, a beautiful 14th Century Village Inn situated in the quintessential Suffolk village of Pettistree. Pettistree is within close proximity of Wickham Market. From the centre of Wickham Market you can walk to the Greyhound Inn in about 15 minutes and the terrain is very flat. Chef Louise produces a wonderful menu full of variety, including pub classics alongside local game and fish dishes, with the occasional Scottish twist thrown in for good measure. The emphasis is on local seasonal food, which is in abundance in Suffolk. Stewart serves up fine local ales, alongside an expanding collection of Malt Whisky & Scottish Gins.


Louise cooks flavoursome dishes using local produce, sometimes with a hint to their Scottish heritage making everything from the popular Soda Bread which accompanies the starters, ice-cream with the puddings and Oatcakes to go with the cheese board. Louise's family have had hotels and restaurants since she was a girl, and she has grown up with a love for food and local produce.  Her father, noticing this passion, trained her and she went on the gain 2 AA rosettes for her food.

East Anglia has a variety of local breweries and Stewart serves a selection of ales from places such as Earl Soham and Adnams in Southwold. Behind the bar you will also find an interesting selection of spirits with an ever expanding collection of malt whisky reflecting Stewart’s passion for Speyside and Island Malts, honed in the many Teuchter bars of Glasgow while at University! Stewart enjoys handpicking one of his favourites monthly which features as malt of the month, Sláinte!

Opening Times: 

Tuesday - Saturday          12.00pm - 2.30pm & 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Food served                          12.00pm - 2.30pm & 6.00pm -  9.00pm

Sunday – Food Served  12.00pm - 3.00pm

Closed Mondays

Bank Holidays - Normal opening hours apply Friday and Saturday
Bank Holiday Sunday - Food served 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 8pm
Bank holiday Monday - Closed

Telephone: 01728 746451

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The Ufford Crown

Welcome to the Ufford Crown, a friendly, family run pub and restaurant in the charming village of Ufford, 2 miles from Wickham Market, Suffolk.

Max and Polly Durrant reopened the doors of the Ufford Crown in April 2011 with the aim of offering delicious food, with excellent service in a welcoming place.  Leading the kitchen brigade are accomplished chefs Will Hardiman and James Wilding, who create tempting menus, using seasonal produce from local suppliers.

The Ufford Crown comprises of a spacious restaurant, a cosy bar and a stylish lounge area which is popular for diners as well as private parties.  There is also a terrace where warm summer evenings and lazy Sundays can be enjoyed as well as a attractive garden with newly installed children’s play area.

We hope to see you soon!


12.00-3.00pm 5.00-11.00pm (food served 12.00-2.00pm 6.00-9.00pm)


12.00-3.00pm 5.00-11.00pm (food served 12.00-2.00pm 6.00-9.00pm)

12.00-3.00pm 5.00-11.00pm (food served 12.00-2.00pm 6.00-9.00pm)

12.00-3.00pm 5.00-11.30pm (food served 12.00-2.00pm 6.00-9.00pm)

12.00-11.30pm (food served 12.00-2.00pm 6.00-9.00pm)

12.00-10:30pm (food served 12.00-3.00pm 6.00-8.00pm)

Telephone: 01394 461030

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The White Horse

Nestled within the Deben Valley, 12 miles from the Suffolk Coast, The White Horse is situated in the picturesque village of Easton, 2.5 miles from Wickham Market. Our beautiful 16th century, family and dog friendly pub has recently undergone a sensitive refurbishment, inside and out, including a custom made play frame for children. Whether you're popping in for quick drink, a mid week stone-baked pizza or a special occasion, come and experience great service and fantastic food in a relaxed environment.

With a focus on the finest seasonal and regional produce, we offer the best in classic British pub food throughout the week, topped off with a traditional roast on Sundays.

From a hearty pie or a mouth watering, charcoal grilled steak to fresh pizza’s from our stone pizza oven, experience the very best in classic British cooking and pub favourites at The White Horse.

Lunch and dinner is served Wed-Sat

Extended  lunch service on Sundays

Opening Times:

 Wednesday-Saturday    11.30 - 11.00pm

 Sunday                                     12.00 - 7.00pm


Wednesday - Saturday    12.00 - 2.30pm & 6.00 - 9.00pm

 Sunday                                      12.00 - 5.00pm

Telephone: 01728 746456

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The White Lion Inn

Imagine the perfect country pub and you won’t dream up better than Ufford’s White Lion Inn. With its glorious meadowside setting and cosy interior it offers everything you could want for sustenance and good cheer. Real ales straight from the cask, a choice of coffees, a warm, welcoming atmosphere, some of the best, home made & locally sourced food in Suffolk, we rear our own Suffolk Black pigs, free range chickens & bees.

Our own micro brewery opened in May 2011, Uffa Brewery, in the Old Coach House next to the pub.


Winners of the Best Community Pub 2012 East Anglian Daily Times presented at the Suffolk Food & Drinks Awards. 

If it is entertainment you're after, the White Lion’s wide-ranging calendar of events offers year-round entertainment by way of its celebrated classic car rallies, beer festivals, regular fine dining evenings, bonkers bingo sessions, table tennis and quiz nights, sailing club extravaganzas and sizzling summer barbeques. 

We ‘re more blessed than most with dry weather in Suffolk, and when the sun shines there’s nowhere quite like a country pub garden to make the most of it. So why not come and enjoy delicious al fresco dining from June to September at the White Lion pub in Lower Ufford, only 3 miles from Wickham Market.

We have top-notch real ales and fabulous food showcasing fresh local produce: pizzas wood smoked in our outdoor brick oven, succulent joints spit-roasted on the rotisserie or seared on the BBQ – everything to satisfy the outdoor dining enthusiast including burgers and a choice of salads.

We also offer great atmosphere and friendly service in an idyllic countryside setting, with outdoor games available to play on our two acres of paddock, and plenty of free parking. So whether you’re coming in small groups of family and friends, or would like to book us for a corporate event to impress (we cater for up to 160) this summer we can guarantee a great time  – even if the weather turns (our big marquee is always open)

Opening Times:

Monday  Lunch Closed 
Tuesday Lunch Open 11.30am -2.00pm Evening Open 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Wednesday Lunch Open 11.30am -2.00pm Evening Open 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Thursday Lunch Open 11.30am -2.00pm Evening Open 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Friday Lunch Open 11.30am -2.00pm Evening Open 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Saturday Lunch Open 11.30am -2.00pm Evening Open 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Sunday  Lunch Open 12.00am - 2.00pm  Evening Closed
The above times will vary from time to time due to private functions & events.

Telephone: 01394 460770

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