Haverhill is a mid-sized market town in the southeast English county of Suffolk, about fourteen miles from Cambridge.
Close to Haverhill, Cressing Temple is a 12th century monument that was among the first and largest of any Knights Templar property in the world. Open to the public, Cressing Temple is the site of three timber-framed barns which are listed as some of the oldest on the planet and enjoy Grade I listed status. Locals in Haverhill are extremely proud of Cressing Temple, seeing it as a symbol of the area’s ancient heritage.
The Jacobean house at Audley End is one of the finest examples of an early 17th century stately home anywhere in the UK. With gardens designed by the famous landscape architect Capability Brown, this mansion is located outside the charming village of Saffron Walden, near Haverhill.
Throughout the area, from Little Wrathing to Withersfield, Floom’s Haverhill flower delivery covers the whole town.