Lap Dancing Clubs in Suffolk

You would have thought Suffolk would have more than a single strip venue, but eastern strip fans are going to have to do with just one in Newmarket. Packed with market towns, fishing ports, race courses and a major city in Ipswich the people of Suffolk surely deserve some evening fun?

The biggest employers in the area are farming and fishing concerns. There are national agriculture and livestock shows in the region. The two biggest brands in the locality are favourites Branston Pickle and Birds Eye who pack all their fish products in the port town of Lowestoft.

The region is on the east coast of England, north of Essex and south of Norfolk. The biggest towns are Ipswich, Bury St Edmonds, Lowestoft (the furthest east part of the UK), Felixstowe and Newmarket with one of the worlds most important horse racing courses and breeding stables hosting not just one but two ‘Classic’ races every year.

Much of it is taken up RAF bases, army bases and USAF bases with several American schools for US servicemen.  In fact, the area’s first lap dancing club was near RAF Lakenheath, probably to give US servicemen the adult entertainment they had got used to over the pond. That venue has been shut down for years now though unfortunately.

The city of Ipswich has a Championship football team Ipswich Town, known as the Tractor Boys they won the UEFA Cup in 1981 (managed by Sir Bobby Robson), a League One title in 1962 and the FA Cup in 1977 but now play in the second tier of the league in the Championship.

Famous people from Suffolk include Roxy Music keys player Brian Eno, England football Captain Terry Butcher, painters Gainsborough and Constable and motor sport kingpin Bernie Ecclestone.

The area also has a minor counties cricket club, Suffolk C.C.C.