Welcome to Rohan Woodbridge from Karen, Nick (Manager) and the team.
Rohan Woodbridge 43 The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AH.
Shop Telephone Number: 01394 610840
Shop Opening Hours:
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Photo’s taken at the Special Christmas Event 2015
Set on the Thoroughfare of historic Woodbridge Town, Rohan welcomes you to a beautiful tidal river and many historic sites and buildings, an area of great natural beauty, a vibrant town and a good walking area. Rohan is the most dog friendly clothing shop in town! The Thoroughfare was recently voted one of the Top 10 High Streets in the UK according to The Sunday Times.
Visit the Rohan shop and meet Karen, Suzanne, Claudia, Steve, Damon, Meg and Nick. We can kit you out for a Safari or an afternoon walking the dog and everything in between. We’ll give you honest advice and suggest the most appropriate clothing according to your needs.
At Rohan Woodbridge we have staff with experience of the following countries and regions:
North Africa including Egypt and Morocco
Tanzania and Zanzibar
The Near and Middle East including Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the occupied Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Iraq, The Gulf States and Iran.
Central Asia including Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Pakistan and Nepal
South-East Asia including Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam.
South Pacific – The Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
If you are contemplating travelling to any of these destinations then why not pop in and pick our brains? We have the knowledge and the gear to suit you.
Check out our world map, maybe plan a trip or remember a past adventure. If you have a picture of yourself in Rohan clothing we’d love to put a copy up on the map for all to enjoy.
Got an old piece of Rohan clothing? Can we borrow it to display on the wall please?
Other attractions in Woodbridge include:
Les Chocolats Belges, (Karen’s favourite) purveyors of top notch chocolate Buttons.
Honey & Harvey, an independent coffee shop opposite Rohan and a step up from the usual high street chains.
The Waterfront Café set by the historic Tide Mill and with magnificent views of the River Deben, great for a coffee or a light meal.
Sutton Hoo is just the other side of the Deben from the Tide Mill and can be reached by car or on foot. The 8th Century burial mound of King Redwald found on the eve of World War Two containing some stunning artefacts. A great visit for kids and adults alike. A pleasant walk from Woodbridge to Sutton Hoo along the banks of the River Deben.
Woodbridge lays credible claim to The Grand Old Duke of York of nursery rhyme fame. He’d march his men down from what is now Old Barrack Road to Market Hill (neither up nor down) and from there down to the river where the troops would stand on the edge of the Tide Mill Pool (now a marina) and have target practice across the river into Ferry Cliff where musket balls are still occasionally found.
Back in Woodbridge and in need of sustenance? Try the Old Bell and Steelyard on New Street or the Anchor at the bottom of Quay Street, opposite the railway station. Both pubs are well run and friendly and have good beer and good food.
“Rohan Woodbridge customers, Mr. and Mrs. Oldfield who recently visited the Perito Moreno glacier in southern Argentina. They are pictured here standing by the shop counter and in front of the backdrop which is the very Perito Moreno glacier on which they stood. Beside them are two pictures they have given us showing them on the glacier.How cool (in several ways) is that?
“Another Rohan Woodbridge customer has visited the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina. Here is Rhea Williams wearing her Escapist Jacket with the glacier in the background.”
Do any other customers have pictures of themselves in famous places?